• Opus and Preludium grants for PCMA projects

    Three PCMA UW projects have received funding in the 19th edition of the National Science Centre’s Opus and Preludium competitions. Opus 19 grants were awarded to Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski, head of the PCAM UW expedition in Mustis (Tunisia), and Dr. Mariusz Gwiazda, who will conduct research on marbles from the Levant. The Preludium 19 grant  […]

  • Ulam Grant for textile research at the PCMA UW

    Ulam Programme grant has been awarded by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange to Dr. Elsa Yvanez to conduct research in cooperation with the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw. The program is aimed at increasing the international mobility of researchers and establishing their scientific cooperation with host institutions in Poland. Dr. […]

  • PCMA UW moves to new premises

    The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw is leaving its offices at 4 Nowy Świat st and moves to new premises. The new address of the PCMA UW is 69 Prosta st. The move began on November 16 and is expected to last about a week. The new offices of the […]

  • CRAC grants for PCMA scholars

    The Center for Research on Ancient Civilizations of the University of Warsaw (CRAC) awarded the so-called Small Grants for eight projects. Two of them were submitted by researchers associated with the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW. One of them is Prof. Michał Gawlikowski. He was granted funding for the preparation of photos and graphics […]

  • Zofia Sztetyłło, remembered by Iwona Zych

    There must be a mosaic of memories of many different people to describe someone like Professor Zofia Sztetyłło—righteous, honest, deeply committed to her work, intelligent, and with an engaging way of not taking herself too seriously. Simply good. She was my Professor and that is how I remember her from my undergraduate years, writing my […]

  • Zofia Sztetyłło, remembered by Michał Gawlikowski

    I first met Zofia Sztetyłło in 1958, when I was a freshman and she a young assistant of our common mentor Kazimierz Michałowski. These were the years when the international career of Polish archaeology in the Mediterranean began for good. She joined the first after-war project of Michałowski, a dig on the Greek site of […]