2nd WARSAW SEMINAR ON UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY


Dear Colleagues,

we can finally present the University's quarterly "Ad Rem"
which contains all Your abstracts and profiles!

(You can download it via link: below, right side).

Enjoy!

Marta, Karolina & Goka 

Ad Rem, 1-4/2016

Ad Rem, 1-4/2016

Ad Rem 1-4/2016 (2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology ed.)


Programme of the 2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology

We were very pleased to host You in Warsaw! We hope You have also enjoyed the conference! Congratulations to all the speakers, and many thanks to listeners for coming!

Group photo - 2nd Warsaw Seminar for Underwater Archaeology

Group photo - 2nd Warsaw Seminar for Underwater Archaeology

Autor: Aleksander Kozłowski

Department for Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw hereby announces the speakers of the 2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology! Please note, that we would like to reveal them in alphabetical order, in groups of three speeches!


Enrique Aragon M.A., Flinders University, Australia; Maritime Connections and Cultural Repercussions along Coastal Languedoc during pre-Colonial Period (8th-6th B.C.)


Aribido Adeniyi Jude M.A., National Museum, Abuja, Nigeria; Introduction to Underwater Archaeology in Nigeria: a New Perspective of Enquiry about Human Past


Marta Bajtler M.A., Centre for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe at the University of Warsaw; Maritime Activity at Area of Rewal Community in Regard to Marine Fishery Museum in Niechorze Collection


Artur Brzóska M.A., Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Stowarzyszenie Archeologów Jutra; Piotr Prejs M.A., Stowarzyszenie Archeologów Jutra; Dugout from Lake Łęczek


Artur Brzóska M.A. Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw Stowarzyszenie Archeologów Jutra; Piotr Prejs M.A. Stowarzyszenie Archeologów Jutra; A Bridge Too Far


Aleksandra Chołuj M.A. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Popularization of Underwater Archaeology – the Case of the National Museum of Underwater Archaeology in Cartagena


Klaudia Daňová Ph.D., Institute of Archaeology, Slovak Academy of Sciences; Jana Stehlíková M.A., Institute of Archaeology, Slovak Academy of Sciences; Mirka Daňová Ph.D., Trnava University, Slovakia; The Potential and Perspectives of Underwater Archaeology in Slovakia


Rafał Dmowski Ph.D., Faculty of Humanities, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities; Małgorzata Mileszczyk M.A., Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw; Mateusz Popek M.A., Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Nikolaus Copernicus University in Toruń; Three Matters of the Muchawka River Survey: the Battle, the Watermill, the Bridges


Matej Draxler M.A., Zavod za Podvodno Arheologijo, Slovenia; Jana Stehlíková M.A, Institute of Archaeology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Zavod za Podvodno Arheologijo; Excavation and Lift of the Roman Logboat from Ljubljanica river, Slovenia


Jonas Enzmann M.A., AMLA, University Kiel, Germany; Feiko Wilkes, AMLA, University Kiel, Germany; Fifty shades of brown – SFM-Documentation in visibilities under 50 centimetres


Tena Festini, University of Zadar, Croatia; Luka Golubovic University of Zadar, Croatia; AdriaS – Archaeology of Adriatic Shipbuilding and Seafaring Project


Vyacheslav Gerasimov M.A., Centre for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe at the University of Warsaw; Underwater Archaeological Exploration in the Waters of Tendra Spit in 2016


Hossein Tofighian Ph.D., Iranian Centre for Archaeological Research; Ramin Adibi M.A., Higher Institute of Marlik University; Archaeology of Maritime Landscape Magazine; Analysis of Landscape Architecture Maritime Iconography in northern Coasts of the Persian Gulf


Jakub Stępnik, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw; Medieval Cruising – Modern Experience


Patrycja Karczewska, Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun; Mateusz Popek M.A., Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun; Commercial divers of ancient Rome


Bartosz Kontny, Prof., Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw;Aleksandra Rzeszotarska-Nowakiewicz, Ph.D., Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Tomasz Nowakiewicz, Ph.D., Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw


Wojciech Kulesza, Institute of Archaeology, University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun; The Role of Rivers and Lakes in the Area of Lubuska Land in the early Middle Ages


Małgorzata Mileszczyk, M.A., Department for Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw; The Impulse for New Interpretations of Lake Grid Dwellings in Poland


Vinka Milišić, University of Zadar, Croatia; Ines Šelendić, University of Zadar, Croatia; Underwater Research on the Archaeological Site in Caska Bay, Island of Pag, Croatia


Teresa Nicolosi, University of Catania, Italy; Giulia Raimondi, University of Catania, Italy; Melissa Privitera; University of Catania, Italy; The Documentation in Underwater Archaeology; The ancient Harbours and the Techniques. The Case of the Kothon in Mothya and the Ancient Port of Catania, Sicily


Magdalena Nowakowska M.A., Department of History, University of Warsaw; Fishtraps, Harbours and Maritime Landscape. A few Words about Waterfront Archeology around Failaka Island, Kuwait


Magdalena Nowakowska M.A., Department of History, University of Warsaw; Maciej Sobczyk Ph.D., Centre for Precolumbian Studies, Faculty of History UW; Diving in High-Mountain Sacred Lakes of Peru


Piotr Sadurski M.A., Pro Bono PL foundation; Shipwrecks of the Vistula River in Warsaw


Matej Školc, University of Primorska, Slovenia; The Harbour of Lechaion


Karolina Trusz M.A., Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Purple Dye Manufactures in Lycia, Turkey


Przemysław Trześniowski; Portals of Xibalba – Submerged Caves of Southern Mesoamerica, as the Portals to the Underworld – Methodology and Interpretation in the Underwater Cave Archaeology


Edgar Wróblewski M.A., maritime archaeologist, Stavanger Maritime Museum, Norway; Stavanger Maritime Museum - 2016


Dear Colleagues,

Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, is pleased to invite you to the 2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology. The conference will take place on 14th-15th January 2017 in Warsaw (Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28).

 

The speakers are welcome to present the latest information from fieldwork, archive studies, as well as concerning the newest technologies, their influence on underwater archaeology methods and, above all, the activities of certain museums and universities in the field of the protection of underwater cultural heritage.

 

The lectures may last maximum 20 minutes, but unfortunately their number is limited.

The conference fee is 10 Euro (if an invoice is essential, please indicate that in Your application).

We provide the accommodation (one night) for all our guest speakers.

Please send Your applications to zapodwodnej@gmail.com until 30th October 2016.

 

The applications and invitation letter are avialable below.

See You in Warsaw!


Autor: Marta Bajtler


2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology - call for papers


2nd Warsaw Seminar on Underwater Archaeology - application


II Warszawskie Forum Archeologii Podwodnej - kwestionariusz


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