Invitation to the lecture of Prof. Agata Ulanowska „Not Only Clothing…”

It’s my plesure to transmit the information from the Institute of Classical Studies, University of London:

This is a reminder that the next ICS Mycenaean Seminar will take place online on Wednesday 12 January 2022 at 3.30 pm (UK time):

Agata Ulanowska (Warsaw) 
Not Only Clothing. The Consumption of Textiles in Bronze Age Greece and New Evidence for Technical Textiles from Imprints on the Undersides of Clay Sealings
It is necessary for all attendees to register in advance by visiting the following page and clicking on the ‘Book now’ button. A confirmation email will be sent to each person booking and this will be followed by a further message with joining details for the event on Zoom shortly before the date of the seminar. Please do check your spam/junk inbox if you do not receive a confirmation email, as sometimes messages sent from unfamiliar addresses end up there. It is not necessary to download the Zoom application or to have a Zoom account to participate in this seminar. Clicking on the event link will bring up a prompt to open the Zoom application or you can join by clicking on ‘start from your browser’. If you encounter any issues, please contact Valerie James:
Kazimierz Lewartowski

Return to the on premises teaching

Dear Students, Dear Colleagues,

In connection with emerging inquiries, I would like to remind you that we are returning to classes conducted on the faculty premises from January 10, 2022. Of course, if new ordinances are issued at the national or university level, this situation may change. I would also like to inform you that according to the information from the Rector’s Office, the level of reported infections among the academic community in the week of December 20, 2021 – January 2, 2022 remains at a very low level (31 reported infections among members of the academic community throughout the university).


Elżbieta Jaskulska
Vice-Dean  for Students Affairs

The Faculty of Archaeology building – opening hours during Christmas vacation

The Faculty of Archaeology building – opening hours during Christmas vacation:
23.12.2021 – 27.12.2021 – the building is closed
28.12.2021 – 30.12.2021 – the building is open from 09:00 to 15:00
31.12.2021 – 02.01.2022 – the building is closed
03.01.2022 – 05.01.2022 – the building is open from 9:00 to 15:00
06.01.2022 – 09.01.2022 – the building is closed
From 10.01.2022, the building will be open from 07:30 to 20:30.

Classes cancelled on 21st of Dec. between 3-8 PM

Dear Students, Dear Colleagues,
Due to the planned Faculty Council, following the request of the Dean of the Faculty of Archeology, I am establishing dean’s hours free from academic classes on December the 21st from 15:00 to 20:00.

Elżbieta Jaskulska
Vice-Dean for Students’ Affairs,
Faculty of Archaeology UW

ABC-LD @4EU+ workshop

The academic development team of 4EU+ is pleased to announce the official launch of the ABC-LD @4EU+ workshop for academic teams and teachers of our universities. We offer the ABC LD @4EU+ tool as a sustainable and creative activity for a developing academic environment taking into account contemporary and future requirements for 21st century education.

The ABC method’s main goal is to provide teachers and educational developers with a quick and engaging yet in-depth tool, building a coherent and student centred teaching. It is meant to support teachers’ skills and integrate teaching teams around shared educational goals. The method is taught via an interactive training conducted online, and allows the participants to design or redesign their modules, courses or curricula in a rapid, activity-centred and user friendly manner.

The ABC-LD @4EU+ workshop is dedicated first and foremost to academic teachers implementing 4EU+ educational projects but also those willing to start educational collaboration within the Alliance. Whole teams already working on educational projects, or individual academic teachers are welcome to participate in the workshop.

More information:

Reporting the infection by SARS-COV-2 virus or quarantine

Dear Students,


Due to the growing number of infections with the SARS-COV-2 virus, I would like to remind you that the University of Warsaw has regulations regarding the proper conduct in the event of detection of an infection. Detailed information can be found at For details in English incl. regarding the functioning of student dormitories (dormitories) you can contact also university’s Welcome Point (

I would also like to remind you that, according to the regulations, if you are infected (with a positive test result) or you are sent to quarantine due to close contact with an infected person (quarantine according to the regulations does not apply to fully vaccinated persons), you are obliged to inform a student’s affairs office (respectively: r.kamiń or and acting Vice-Dean for Student Affairs ( about the situation.

The notification should contain the following information:

  1. Name and surname
  2. Field, degree and year of studies
  3. Information about what the report concerns (positive COVID test with an annotation whether a home test or one in diagnostic point was performed; or quarantine)
  4. Date of the last day of stay at the Faculty of Archeology. If after this date you participated in classes in other buildings at the university, please also provide such information.

I would like to remind you that it is not enough to report your absence to the lecturers who conduct your classes – cases of SARS-COV-2 infection require compliance with the national regulations in force during the pandemic.


Yours faithfully

Elżbieta Jaskulska

acting Vice-Dean for Student Affairs
Faculty of Archaeology UW

Artefacts, Creativity, Technology, and Skills from Prehistory to the Classical Period in Greece

We welcome you to join the new educational project funded by the 4EU+ Alliance, the first archaeological project integrating teachers and students from four 4EU+ Universities: Heidelberg, Charles, Copenhagen and Warsaw. The project is entitled ‘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) and it has been designed as a new platform of innovative research-based teaching among the four partner universities.

The main emphasis of the new project is on novel advances in archaeological theory and analytical methods for exploring human creativity, technology, and skills through artefacts in Greece from the Bronze Age to the Classical Period, a joint lecture and four seminar-courses are offered by Heidelberg (UH), Copenhagen (CPHU ), Prague (CU) and Warsaw (UW). The entire programme will end in the summer semester (online, hybrid and in person) and a summer school in Athens (with 5 places for students from each partner university who participated in the project).

The list of the winter semester courses is as following:

Join lecture: Artefacts, Creativity, Technology, and Skills from Prehistory to the Classical Period in Greece (invited specialists, UH, starting after October 18th)


Aegean Seals. Exploring a Class of Bronze Age ‘Strategic Artefacts’ (Prof. Diamantis Panagiotopoulos, UH, starting after October 18th)

Gender and sexuality in Bronze Age Greece (Dr Sarah Finlayson, UH, starting after October 18th)

The Narratives about the Late Bronze Age Aegean: Iconography and Burial Practices (Dr Filip Franković, CU, running)

(Re)sources, tools, techniques and craftspeople: introduction to textiles and textile production in the Aegean Bronze Age (Dr hab. Agata Ulanowska, UW, running, registration until October 10th)

For registration, please see: for the HU and CU,

and for the UW

 The course will be rescheduled to 9.45 on Tuesdays