Student-Doctoral Archaeological Scientific Conference “Artefakt” is an initiative of students belonging to the scientific circles of the Faculty of Archaeology at the University of Warsaw.
Our aim is to enable students and PhD students to share knowledge and results of their own research and broaden their horizons in various fields of archaeology.
This Friday at 15.00 we will announce the exact date of registration and the conference itself!
We are delighted to welcome you to Sympozjum Egejskie, the 8th Conference in Aegean Archaeology at the University of Warsaw!
We invite you to join us from June 23rd to 25th for our three days of exciting presentations from early career researchers working in a wide range of different specialisms within Aegean Archaeology, with a keynote lecture from Dr Kim Shelton (University of California, Berkeley). Here are the final conference programme and the abstracts for our presentations and posters:
This year the conference will be held entirely online using Zoom. Participation and attendance are free. All participants and attendees will need to register beforehand using the form at the bottom of this page. The zoom link that you will need to attend the conference will be sent to the email address that you register with.
After a one-year break, we invite you yet again to take part in the archaeological conference Poles in the Near East. Its fifth edition is planned to take place online on 9–11 June, 2021.
The conference is organized by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw and the Chair of the Archaeology of Orient, Faculty of Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the exchange of information on archaeological research and conservation work carried out with the participation of Polish researchers and institutions in the broadly-defined Near East: from the eastern Mediterranean to Central Asia. The submitted presentations should be related to the archaeology of the above-mentioned areas in a wide time frame, from prehistory to the late Middle Ages. More info here…
We would like to invite you to participate in the 2nd Conference of the Faculty of Archaeology ‘Przeszłość ma przyszłość!/ The Past Has a Future!’, which will take place, in a hybrid format at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw (Poland) and online on March 22-26th, 2021. It is both a national and international event reflecting the general motto of the Faculty: The Past Has a Future! Around this motto, colleagues from the Faculty of Archaeology UW together with their collaborators plan to organise 11 sessions and workshops devoted to specific thematic fields in archaeology. Please find below the list of the sessions and workshops with specific calls for papers. For more details, please see the Conference page in Polish. More information…
we’re pleased to invite you to the VIS A VIS Conference, the First Vienna Student Archaeology Conference for students and young scholars at the University of Vienna’s institute for Classical Archaeology.
On March 13th and 14th 2020, we’re going to exchange thoughts about the moving antiquite with one another. The hot topic oft he conference reads as follows: On (un)known paths. Movement and exchange in antiquity. Applications through our homepage, www.visavis-conference.at, will be accepted from now on until December 20th 2019. The homepage also contains all other necessary information about the conference itself. We’re exicted to welcome you in Vienna next March.
II Warsaw Maya Meeting is an expansion of a long standing tradition of Maya epigraphy course and the annual Maya Hieroglyphic Workshops held at the University of Warsaw under the auspices of the Centre for Precolumbian Studies and Institute of Archaeology of University of Warsaw in cooperation with the Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology of Americas of the University of Bonn. It is also a continuation for the first event the 2010 Warsaw Maya Meeting designed and organised by Jan Szymański.
The 2019 conference consists of two separate events: a symposium (8th of March) that focuses mainly on the archaeoastronomy and epigraphy, aiming to bridge the two separated disciplines, and an introductory workshop (9th of March) on methods of archaeoastronomy. The idea for this year’s theme comes from Nikolai Grube. The theme of the conference is not only rare and provides the venue for the highly needed meeting of Maya archaeostronomy and epigraphy, but also fits the Warsaw setting for this event. Warsaw was home to two great figures: prof. Elżbieta Siarkiewicz (who recently died in 2018), one of Poland’s first Mesoamericanists, whose one of the major research interest was Maya archaeoastronomy and archaeoastronomist and historian of astronomy Robert Sadowski (1947-2010), who conducted archaeoastronomical research and was as well succesful translator, who delivered to the Polish audience number of important books on Maya, Nahuatl and Archaeoastronomy.