The Digital Archaeology Interest Group, founded in 2019, consists of Archaeological Institute of America members who share an interest in the use of digital technologies in archaeological fieldwork, analysis, and scholarly communications and in promoting greater understanding of digital technologies to members of the AIA through programs and publications.
The IG held its first official business meeting on January 5, 2021, which was held virtually because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The minutes were created by the inaugural chair, Deb Brown Stewart, and submitted for review to the membership by e-mail.
Document includes the Charge and Proposal that were submitted by the charter members in December 2019 to the AIA’s Research and Academic Affairs Committee. It was approved in January 2020, formally establishing the “Digital Archaeology Interest Group.” E-mail addresses for the charter members have been redacted.