We warmly welcome you to Sympozjum Egejskie: 9th Conference in Aegean Archaeology!
We invite you to join us online or in person at the University of Warsaw from June 19th to 20th for two days of exciting cutting-edge research from early career researchers working in a wide range of different specialisms within Aegean Archaeology, with a keynote lecture by Prof. Joseph Maran (University of Heidelberg).
For more information and to register to attend remotely (via Zoom) please click here.
June 6, 17.00 Warsaw time, online seminar
Vital Sidarovich (University of Warsaw)
Antique coins and the beginning of monetary circulation in Belarus
Mikalai Plavinski (University of Warsaw)
Viking Age hoards on the territory of Belarus as numismatic and archaeological sources
Raman Krytsuk (National Museum in Warsaw)
Talers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania: myths and legends
Valery Kabrynets (Independent researcher, Warsaw)
Foreign coin in the circulation of the Commonwealth on the example of the coins of the Russian Tsardom
I would like to inform you that at the beginning of June registration for language courses offered in the winter semester of the academic year 2023/2024 will be launched.
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Welcome Point UW invites you to a meeting on Legalizing your stay in Poland, dedicated to foreign students and doctoral students of the UW.
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We cordially invite you to join us for the official launch of the EuroWeb Digital Atlas of European Textile Heritage, which represents one of the primary outcomes of the COST Action CA 191931 ‘Europe through Textiles: Network for an Integrated and Interdisciplinary Humanities’ hosted at the Faculty of Archaeology UW.
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Welcome Point UW invites you to a meeting on legalizing your stay in Poland, dedicated to foreign students and doctoral students of the UW.
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My name is Alicja Zaręba and I am a fourth year psychology student at University of Warsaw. As a part of my master’s thesis I am conducting research on development of place attachment among migrants in Poland and its links to wellbeing. The study consists of survey questions and filling them in should take about 10 minutes. All questions are written in English.
If you are a migrant living in Poland and would be kind enough to fill out my survey, I would be most grateful. It should not take much of your time and would help me immensely to finish my degree. It is voluntary and confidential. The collected data will be used solely for academic purposes. I enclose a link to the survey below.
I would like to remind you that, according to the academic calendar, May 12 and 13 are days off from classes due to the JUWenalia organized on this date and the closure of the University of Warsaw in the evening on Friday. I encourage you to familiarize yourself with the attractions the Students’ Council of the University of Warsaw offers.
Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
Faculty of Archaeology University of Warsaw
Dear students, dear Colleagues,
Upon the application from the Students’ Council and after consultations with the dean’s team I decided to announce May 4 and 5 days free from classes and lectures at the Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw (note! This does not apply to classes conducted outside the faculty, such as OGUN, foreign language courses and sports). I hope that after the extended May weekend you will return to learning with enthusiasm.
Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
The Faculty of Archeology of the University of Warsaw
Registrations for the IAMS Archaeometallurgy Summer School are now open!
Please join us at the UCL Institute of Archaeology in London for two weeks of stimulating archaeometallurgy sessions sponsored by the Institute for Archaeo-metallurgical Studies. Leading experts will discuss a range of topics including mining, smelting, metalworking, field methods, and the analysis of metal objects. Sessions will consist of topical lectures and case studies as well as artefact handling, technical demonstrations, and museum visits. We will also take an excursion to Butser Ancient Farm for a weekend of experimental archaeometallurgy. The course is intended for professionals, academics, students, and enthusiasts alike.
The summer school will run weekdays 19-30 June from 10am to 5pm. However we will also be running an optional weekend of experimental archaeometallurgy from Friday 30 June to Sunday 2 July.
Please register your interest here
A small number of bursaries will be available to students in financial need. To express an interest or request additional summer school details, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line: IAMS summer school