New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium
Since 1974, the New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium has hosted discussions of the latest discoveries and research in the Aegean region from the Palaeolithic through the eighth century BCE. Past directors of the Colloquium include Guenter Kopcke, Malcolm Wiener, and Robert Koehl. Presently, the Colloquium is co-directed by Jason Earle, Jerolyn Morrison, and Michael Nelson.
The Colloquium is internationally recognized as a premier venue for presenting new discoveries and ideas in Aegean Bronze Age and related Eastern Mediterranean prehistory and art. Distinguished scholars from abroad present about half of the papers in a typical academic year. Students of the Institute of Fine Arts are invited to attend these meetings and participate in the discussions. Doctoral candidates have presented papers describing their doctoral research and received comments and advice from scholars of international renown.