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Please note that the AIA Narragansett Society has a new website:
This website will no longer be updated. Current information on our events and activities can be found on our new website.
The Narragansett Society is an active branch of the Archaeological Institute of America, which aims to expand archaeological knowledge and appreciation of the ancient world through a wide variety of lectures and events open to the public.
This local society of the AIA was originally founded in 1908 as the Rhode Island society, renamed the Providence society in 1936 and renamed the Narragansett society in 1982, which it continues to be called today.
Schedule and Events
Each year the Narragansett Society organizes a number of social events and a lecture series comprised of archaeologists both local and from around the country. Lectures will generally take place at 6:30 pm in Rhode Island Hall (60 George Street, Providence, RI), but please double-check the schedule in case of changes in time or venue.
Members of the Narragansett Society and AIA range from professional archaeologists to archaeology enthusiasts. Click on the link above and follow the instructions to join online.
The benefits of becoming an AIA member of the Narragansett Society are numerous and include:
Please check the AIA website for further information on AIA membership.
The AIA - Narragansett Society
Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World
Box 1837 / 60 George St
Providence, RI 02912
Please also feel free to email any of the officers using the links above.