Department of Early Medieval Archaeology

Grodzisk near Węgrów, phot. Miron Bogacki, Michał Dąbski
Grodzisk near Węgrów, phot. Miron Bogacki, Michał Dąbski

Address: ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, Szkoła Główna, 00-927 Warszawa, pok. 3.21, 3.21a

phone:
pok. 3.21 tel. 55 22 821
pok. 3.21a tel. 55 22 822

Head of department:
PhD Wojciech Wróblewski e-mail: wojciech_wroblewski@hotmail.com

Employees:
PhD. Tomasz Nowakiewicz e-mail: nowakiewicz@yahoo.com
PhD Dariusz Błaszczyk e-mail: d.blaszczyk@uw.edu.pl
Monika Różańska-Kardaś, MA e-mail: rozanskamoni@gmail.com

Retired employees:
prof. Andrzej Buko e-mail: abuko@uw.edu.pl
prof. Joanna Kalaga e-mail: jk@pradzieje.pl

PhD students:

Grants:

Excavations:

Maciej Sobczyk

PhD Maciej Sobczyk
Employee of the Center for Precolombian Studies

e-mail:
m.sobczyk@uw.edu.pl

duty hours:
Thursday 12:30 – 14:00

research interests:
archeology and architecture of pre-Hispanic cultures of the Andean area, high-altitude archeology, archeology of Polynesia, cave archeology, underwater archeology

bibliography:
Maciej Sobczyk

Department for Underwater Archaeology

Crimea Project
Crimea Project (Crimea, Ukraine), photo: Underwater Expedition IA UW

Address: 00-927 Warsaw, 26/28 Krakowskie Przedmieście St., Szkoła Główna, room 3.18, phone: 55 22 801

Head of Department:

Professor Iwona Modrzewska-Pianetti (2018/2019 – Sabbatical)

Employees:

Marta Żuchowska, Ph.D. (acting Head of Department)
Artur Brzóska, M.A.
Magdalena Nowakowska, M.A. (Department co-operator)

Ph.D. students:

Małgorzata Mileszczyk, M.A.

Aleksandra Chołuj, M.A.

Department for Underwater Archaeology was established in 2012, and since 2014 it has been a full-member of UNESCO UniTwin Network for Underwater Archaeology. Its Head, from the very beginning, has been Professor Iwona Modrzewska-Pianetti, whose main research interest is the ancient trade in the area of the Mediterranean. Studies of trade routes are also the main activity of Marta Żuchowska, Ph.D. Artur Brzóska, M.A., concentrates on the methods of underwater research. The Ph.D. candidate of the Faculty of History, Małgorzata Mileszczyk, is studying lake grid dwellings from the north-eastern Poland. Aleksandra Chołuj, M.A., investigator within the “Harmonia” grant, focuses on studies of ancient glass. The regular co-operator of the Department is also Magdalena Nowakowska, M.A.  The activities of the Department involve the classes in archaeology of ships and boats, methods of underwater research, protection of underwater cultural heritage and ancient trade issues.

Grants:

Iwona Modrzewska-Pianetti: NCN (Harmonia) „Commercial Contacts the Region of Murcia (Spain) with the Mediterranean World in Antiquity on the Basis of Archaeological and Historical Sources”
UMO-2015/18/M/HS3/00248

Marta Żuchowska: NCN (Opus) “Tkaniny w ikonografii Palmyry” (01.02.2017 – 30.01.2020)
UMO-2016/21/B/HS3/00934

Aleksandra Chołuj, Małgorzata Mileszczyk, Magdalena Nowakowska, the Explorers Club
„3rd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology”
959/P-DUN/2018