The H. and T. King Grant for Archaeology of the Ancient Americas, administered by the Society for American Archaeology, supports archaeological projects across Latin America (exclusive of the US) that show promise for transformative contributions to the understanding of the indigenous cultures from Mesoamerica, Central and South America, and the Caribbean.
The Call for Applications is closed.
2021 H. and T. King Grant Recipients
- Jessica MacLellan
Domestic Ritual, Architecture, and the Development of Social Complexity in the Preclassic Maya Lowlands: Excavations in Early Residential Areas at Ceibal, Guatemala
- Celeste Samec
The Trail of the Llama: Precolumbian Long-Distance Caravan Exchange in the Atacama Highlands of South America
- Amy Thompson
Processes of Urban Development and Emergent Inequality in the Classic Maya Lowlands: Multiproxy Chronology Building at Minor Urban Centers in Southern Belize
- Verónica Williams
Roads and Changing Mobility in Northwest Argentina (AD 1400–1800)
2020 H. and T. King Grant Recipients
- Tamara Bray
- Jennifer Grant
- Salomón Hocsman
- Angela Huster
- Jessica Munson and Jill Onken
- Alexandre Tokovinine
(a) I am not and have not ever been the subject of a discrimination or harassment lawsuit or related administrative complaint that resulted in an adverse finding; and
(b) I do not have and have not had a current or pending disciplinary action such as suspension or termination of registration, resulting from a Register of Professional Archaeologists’ grievance investigation.