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  • Katarzyna Radziwiłko defended her doctoral thesis

    We are pleased to inform you that our colleague, Katarzyna Radziwiłko defended her doctoral dissertation on 18th March 2021. The defence took place at the Institute of Archeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and was conducted online. The subject of Katarzyna Radziwiłko’s doctoral dissertation is: “Theoretical and practical aspects of popularizing archaeological […]

  • PCMA Scholarship – additional recruitment

    The PCMA Scholarship Committee has announced additional recruitment for the PCMA Scholarship (Stypendium CAŚ). Those willing to spend one or several months in Egypt between April and the end of September 2021 can submit their application by March 19th. The scholarships have been awarded on the recommendation of PCMA UW since the 1990s, and their […]

  • 60th anniversary of discoveries in Faras celebrated at the National Museum in Warsaw

    The National Museum in Warsaw is about to launch the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the discovery of the Faras Cathedral by Prof. Kazimierz Michałowski the founder of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. PCMA UW is honored to be one of the partners of the event. The discovery […]

  • Budynek CAŚ Prosta 69

    PCMA UW at Prosta street: room and telephone numbers

    The PCMA UW has by now settled in its new premises on the 6th floor of the office building at 69 Prosta street. The most important change in contact information is that the landline (22 826 .. ..) is no longer operational. Also, the previously used fax number is now defunct. Information on how to […]

  • 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 […]

  • PCMA switches fully to remote work

    In light of the growing number of COVID-19 cases, the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw will fully switch to remote work as of 23 October. The PCMA office at Nowy Świat 4 st. will be closed until further notice. All PCMA staff working remotely will be available by e-mail and […]

  • PCMA office in October: extention of remote work

    The roster system for PCMA UW office employees, adopted at the end of May, changes as of 5th October 2020. In view of the recent sure in COVID-19 cases, most PCMA UW staff will be working from home. In October, all employees, including administrative staff, will work remotely as much as possible, with just a […]

  • Visit of the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities of the Arab Republic of Egypt

    The Egyptian delegation was headed by H.E. Khaled El-Enany, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities. The Minister met with Prof. Alojzy Nowak, Rector of the University of Warsaw, Dr. Anna Budzanowska, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the heads of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw and of […]

  • Another chance for PCMA scholarship

    The Scholarship Committee has decided to extend to issue an additional call for applications for PCMA Scholarships in Egypt. The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) offers scholarships for scientists wishing to conduct research in Egypt. The scholarships have been awarded since the 1990s, with funds allocated by the Polish National […]