Lectures

Recipient: Dr. Michael Alram Director, Coin Cabinet of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien in Vienna, Austria The Silvia Mani Hurter Memorial Lecture by Dr. Michael Alram Money and Power in Ancient Bactria

Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan, Executive Director, introduces Dr. Michael Alram,
Director, Coin Cabinet of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien in Vienna, Austria
and the 2016 Archer M. Huntington Award Recipient.

October 20, 2017, The  2017 Huntinton Award and Silvia Mani Hurter Memorial Lecture by Dr. Bland, entitled “How Coin Finds are Changing the face of Roman Britain: the Contribution of the Portable Antiquities Scheme”.

May 1, 2017, The 2017 Harry W. Fowler Memorial Lecture: P. Wagoner, F. Flood "The Deccan as an Integrated Currency Zone" 

October 27, 2016, The 2016 Salton lecture by Dr Andrew Burnett. "Roman Coins, Money and Elizabethan Society: an Unknown Work by Sir Thomas Smith".

June, 7, 2016, The 2016 Archer M. Huntington Award Winner, Dr. Alram, presented the Silvia Mani Hurter Memorial Lecture, "Money and Power in Ancient Bactria".

April 12, 2016, The 2016 Harry W. Fowler Memorial Lecture was presented by Aneurin Ellis-Evans, Junior Research Fellow in Classics at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford.“Imperialism and Regionalism in the Athenian Empire: an Attic Weight Coinage from North-West Turkey and its Afterlife (427-405 BC)”.

May 16, 2015, The 2015 Archer M. Hungington Award for excellence in numismatic scholarship to Arthur A. Houghton, III. Following the presentation, he delivered the Silvia Mani Hurter Memorial Lecture, which was entitled "Seleucid Excursions: More Questions than Answers".