Ulanowska Agata

Agata Ulanowska

dr hab. Agata Ulanowska, chair of the Department
Department of Aegean and Textile Archaeology


office hours:
Mondays: 13.00–14.00, room 3.14 and online, on previous request, via Zoom or Google Meet.

research interests:
– 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).

educational project:

‘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