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 color illustrations and open access content.
Contributions to the Society are welcome in any amount and are tax-deductible according to law. Contributors of $250 or more are listed on the inside back cover of the following four issues of AJA and are noted below; donations of $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 by clicking the button on the right or can download the AJA Society Contribution Form and mail to:
The Society for the American Journal of Archaeology
Archaeological Institute of America
Located at Boston University
656 Beacon Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02215-2006
To read more about the Society for the AJA, 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.
The following represent contributions between 1 March 2012 and 28 February 2013.
* Contributors who have given 10+ gifts.
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, Dean of the Franklin College, Dept. Classics, University of Georgia
Michael C. Braun
Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker*
Anna M. McCann and Robert D. Taggart*
James H. Ottoway, Jr.*
Sarah P. Morris and John K. Papadopoulos
John G. Pedley*
Robert W. Siebert*
Eugene N. Borza and Kathleen A. Pavelko*
Derek B. Counts and Elisabetta Cova
Richard D. De Puma*
Emory University, Dept. Classics*
Jerome Godinich, Jr.
Roy C. Green
Ira Haupt II*
Institute of Nautical Archaeology*
John W. McConnell
Andrew M. Moore
Donald W. Morrison
Oriental Institute, University of Chicago*
James Pollit and Susan B. Matheson*
David W. Rupp*
Jeremy B. Rutter*
Ann R. Steiner
University of Georgia, Dept. Classics*
University of Manitoba Libraries
University of Missouri–Columbia, Dept. Art History and Archaeology*
University of Pittsburgh, Dept. History of Art and Architecture*
University of St. Thomas
Vassar College, Dept. Greek and Roman Studies*
John G. Younger