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  • Establishment of PCMA UW Research Centre in Cyprus

    The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw will set up a research centre in Paphos, Cyprus, where PCMA UW expeditions have been working for over half a century. The first Polish archaeologists appeared in Cyprus over half a century ago, with the doyen of Polish Mediterranean archaeology, Professor Kazimierz Michałowski. Since 1965, a […]

  • Courses at the University of Warsaw with researchers from PCMA UW

    This semester, students of the University of Warsaw will be able to attend general courses taught by researchers from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW. They will lecture on topics they deal with in their research and fieldwork: archaeology of the Kingdom of Aksum in Ethiopia, Bronze and Iron Ages in the Arabian Peninsula, […]

  • A retirement party at the PCMA

    In 2020 and 2021 four long-time employees of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW went into retirement. In early September, a farewell meeting of the PCMA staff with the new retirees was held at the PCMA office. Dr. Zbigniew Szafrański, an archaeologist and Egyptologist, served as deputy director of PCMA UW from 2000 to […]

  • New directors of expeditions in Tell Arbid and Tell Qaramel

    The Scientific Board of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw approved the changes at the helm of two PCMA UW expeditions in Syria: in Tell Arbid and Tell Qaramel. Responsibility for the project at Tell Arbid was assumed by Assist. Prof. Anna Smogorzewska (Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw). She […]

  • Change of name for PCMA UW post in Sudan

    Due to organizational changes at the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw, carried out on the basis of the new PCMA UW Regulations, the name of the PCMA UW post in the Republic of Sudan has changed. The previous name: “Polish Archaeological Unit in Khartoum PCMA UW” has been replaced with: […]

  • New departments at the PCMA UW

    The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw is changing its internal structure. Three departments have been established that will bring together researchers dealing with various regions of the broadly understood Mediterranean world. Each of them will be headed by a representative of the department elected for a four-year term of office. […]

  • Archaeo-Oriental Studies – call for research projects

    We are calling for applications in the competition for research projects as part of the Archaeo-Oriental Studies Research Group. Preparation and implementation of an interdisciplinary and cross-domain research-teaching project is an Action under the Excellence Initiative – Research University program, conducted in cooperation with the Faculty of Oriental Studies, the Faculty of Archaeology and the […]

  • PCMA Scholarship 2021/2022 for research in Egypt

    The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw is opening recruitment for PCMA scholarships in Egypt for the academic year of 2021/2022. The scholarships are financed by the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA). The PCMA scholarship (Stypendium CAŚ) is intended for students or graduates of Polish universities (regardless of citizenship) who […]

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    Remote work at the PCMA office

    From March 22, work of the office of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archeology of the University of Warsaw will be limited to the necessary minimum. Remote work will continue, with just the necessary administrative staff taking rota at the office on designated days. Until April 4, all academic staff will work remotely. The administration […]

  • 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 […]