The Society for the American Journal of Archaeology was founded in 1989 to expand the size and scope of the Archaeological Institute of America’s official journal, to make possible its timely publication, and to ensure its future financial health. In recent years, contributions from Society members have helped underwrite AJA’s entry into digital publishing, allowing for the creation and maintenance of the AJA’s website and the availability of an electronic subscription option. Society funds have also contributed to the publication of open access content.
Whether from loyal individuals or from storied institutions, all investments in the Society for the AJA sustain the AJA. Please help us continue to improve our steadfast commitment to excellence.
Tax-deductible contributions to the Society are welcome in any amount. Contributors of $250 or more are listed on the inside back cover of four consecutive issues of the AJA and are noted below; those who give $1,000 or more receive invitations to AIA events and lectures.
Individuals and institutions wishing to join the Society for the American Journal of Archaeology can make a donation via the “Give to the AJA” link on the right sidebar or can download the AJA Society Contribution Form and mail to:
The Society for the American Journal of Archaeology
Archaeological Institute of America
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656 Beacon Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02215-2006
Credit card gifts are also accepted by telephone. Planned gifts such as bequests or annuities that benefit the AJA are also welcome. Please call 617-353-8703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
To read more about the Society for the American Journal of Archaeology, see F.S. Kleiner, “The Society for the American Journal of Archaeology, 1989–1994,” AJA 99 (1995) 1, and “Sine qua non,” AJA 102 (1998) 651.
Category designations represent contributions given between 1 December 2013 and 30 November 2014.
* Contributors who have given 10+ gifts.
Dept. Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, Duke University
Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker*
John F. Estes III
Martha S. Joukowsky and Artemis A. Joukowsky
Anna M. McCann and Robert D. Taggart*
The New York Community Trust*
James H. Ottaway, Jr.*
Malcolm H. Wiener
Jerome Godinich, Jr.
Sarah P. Morris and John K. Papadopoulos*
John G. Pedley*
Jeremy B. Rutter*
Robert W. Seibert*
Elie M. Abemayor and Judy Shandling*
Lucinda D. Conger*
Dartmouth College, Dept. Classics*
Richard D. De Puma*
Emory University, Dept. Art History*
John W. Mcconnell*
Jerome J. Pollitt and Susan B. Matheson*
William T. Rice, Jr.*
Mary C. Sturgeon*
University of Georgia, Dept. Classics*
University of Missouri–Columbia, Dept. Art History and Archaeology*
University of Pittsburgh, Dept. History of Art and Architecture*
University of St. Thomas, Art History Dept.*
Ben F. Vaughan III
Virginia Theological Seminary, Bishop Payne Library
Joe G. Wagman