dr hab. Agata Ulanowska, chair of the Department
Department of Aegean and Textile Archaeology
Mondays: 13.00–14.00, room 3.14 and online, on previous request, via Zoom or Google Meet.
– Bronze Age Aegean
– textile production and technology
– experimental and experience archaeology
– Aegean seals and sealing practices
Publications until 2022
Funded research projects:
‘EuroWeb. Europe Europe Through Textiles: Network for an integrated and interdisciplinary Humanities‘, 2020-2024, Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, COST Association, Action CA 19131 (1st GP: 55 000 EUR; 2nd GP: 171 603 EUR; 3rd GP: 197 500 EUR).
‘Textiles and Seals. Relations between Textile Production and Seals and Sealing Practices in Bronze Age Greece’, 2018 – 2021, research project at the Institute of Archaeology UW, financed by the programme SONATA 13 of the National Science Centre in Poland (UMO-2017/26/D/HS3/00145, 637 052 PLN).
‘Textile Production in Bronze Age Greece – Comparative Studies of the Aegean Weaving Techniques’, 2015 – 2017, Post-doctoral internship of The National Science Centre in Poland to the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Centre for Research on Ancient Technologies in Lodz (UMO-2015/16/S/HS3/00085, 300 000 PLN).
‘Artefacts, Creativity, Technology, and Skills from Prehistory to the Classical Period in Greece. Communities of Learning in the Past and in Higher Education Today, ACTS’, project funded by the 4EU+ Alliance and the Erasmus Plus Programme, ref. no. 612621