The University of Warsaw is offering an unpaid forty eight-hour intensive Polish language
The course is aimed at preparing international students for living, learning, working and enjoying living in Poland. Participants of the course will explore at the elementary level secrets of the Polish language and acquire knowledge of Polish culture essential to reside in Poland, eg. how to buy a ticket, order a coffee or lunch, how to find your way around UW and dealing with basic affairs and phrases essential for social life in Poland.
In this course, intended for second-cycle degree students of the University of Warsaw, we offer:
48 hours of Polish language (40h of linguistic skills / 8h of cultural classes) at basic level professional and passionate teaching team classes in the Main Campus of the University of Warsaw absorbing atmosphere in international environment
WHEN: 16-27 September 2019
‘Let us return to the classics and a veritable renaissance of form and content will ensue.’ These words of a 19th-century thinker could be used as the motto to best describe the Department’s modus operandi; its main aim is to explore all manifestations of the reception of Greek and Roman art—from the late Antique period to the beginning of the 21st century. Being the outcome of a fascination with archaeology and antiquarian studies, they are ubiquitous in the visual culture of subsequent periods: the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the classicism of recent centuries. Detailed studies of the history of classical archaeology and thousands of monuments—both Polish and foreign—from a realm which lies somewhere between archaeology and art history, await in-depth studies and interdisciplinary exploration.
Rome and Warsaw: reception of the Antique and artistic education during the Enlightenment period (NPRH2/H11/81/2013)
Reconstruction and display of fragments of the Vasa residences found in the bed of the Vistula river. Regaining national heritage while undertaking interdisciplinary research of the river bed (NPRH/11H 13 0031 82/2015)
Archaeological research: campus of the University of Warsaw
Archaeological research: 517 km of the Vistula River
Archaeological investigation in Italy (Locri, Volterra), in preparation
This is to remind you – to get the grade for participation in excavations you need to provide the “sekretariat” with the “Karta Ćwiczeń Wykopaliskowych” completed and signed by you and the Instructor. It has to be included into your file before the end of the academic year. All the Instructors were provided with relevant forms and information.
The Instructors should also allow you to evaluate anonymously the excavations with the adequate “ankieta oceny”.
research interests: archeology of Roman provinces, Roman fortifications, Roman military presence outside the borders of the Empire, contacts of Rome with the peoples of Scythia, Taurid, Colchis, Iberia.