Date of the conference: 13-14.10. 2023
Organizer: Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of West Bohemia in cooperation with Museum of West Bohemia
Venue: Museum of West Bohemia
Deadline for submission of contribution applications: 30. 9. 2023
The interdisciplinary anthropological-archaeological conference “Connected By People” is primarily intended for students of doctoral study programs in anthropology and archaeology. Those interested can present the results of their diploma theses, preliminary results and partial findings of their dissertations or preliminary conclusions and results of solved projects as part of their contributions. Authors can present their contributions in the form of a presentation (max. 15 minutes) or a poster (Presentations (PowerPoint, PDF) or posters must be prepared in English). The conference languages are English, Czech and Polish.
Authors of contributions will have the opportunity to discuss their work with other students and experts in the field. The output of the annual conference will be an online collection of abstracts with published contributions and authors’ biographies. Application submission conditions:
- Filling in the application form
Materials for the contribution
- Name and affiliation of the author
- Post title
- Abstract of the contribution (max. 700 characters)
- CV of the author (max. 400 characters)
- Photo of the author (JPG)
Documents are required in English
Please send the necessary documents to email@example.com
University of West Bohemia – Alma mater to thousands of students
Statistical evidence proves that the University of West Bohemia is one of the most successful universities in the Czech Republic. We do, however, have a more visible criterion: the admirable successes of our students in many technical fields, humanities, arts, and the field of health care. We do our best to nurture our students’ talents and abilities.
We do not close ourselves off to the surrounding world. Every student has a chance to build his/her own study programme according to their interests, to get excellent language training, study abroad, get involved in research programmes, and put their knowledge to the test.
And we will be equally happy if our students remember the students’ festivals, victories in sports, open-air concerts, or just moments spent with friends drinking draught beer. We prepare our students for life in all its fullness.
The Department of Archeology
The Department of Archeology provides education especially in prehistoric, medieval and modern archeology. Many of its teachers are prominent scientists. Our graduates gain a deep understanding of the artefact heritage of the past and its significance for modern humanity and at the same time acquire a wide range of knowledge and skills not provided by other social sciences. One of our main goals is to educate specialists for work in archeology and related disciplines and the preparation of students for further education in archeology.
The Department of Archeology is a research center similar to those of Western European universities. It develops research in theoretical and practical archeology, deals with problems of archaeological methodology, spatial and non-destructive archeology, the creation of complex archaeological databases and the processing of spatial archaeological data using geographic information systems.
Zakład Antropologii Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego we Wrocławiu powstała 1 października 2009 roku. Funkcjonuje jako jednostka Instytutu Biologii Środowiskowej na Wydziale Biologii i Hodowli Zwierząt. Zaklad zajmuje okazały budynek z wieloma pomieszczeniami dydaktycznymi i pracowniami. Działalność dydaktyczna rozpoczęła się wraz z powstaniem jednostki w roku akademickim 2009/2010 i utworzeniem na kierunku Biologia studiów stacjonarnych drugiego stopnia o specjalności Biologia człowieka. Od października 2014 r. uruchomione zostały pierwsze w Polsce 3-letnie studia licencjackie na kierunku Biologia człowieka, a od roku akademickiego 2017/18 2-letnie studia magisterskie z trzema ścieżkami dydaktycznymi: Środowisko pracy i BHP, Antropologia kryminalistyczna oraz Antropologia biomedyczna.
Główne zagadnienia oraz tematy badawcze, którymi zajmują się pracownicy Zakładu Antropologii to:Przebieg ontogenezy w zależności od czynników środowiskowych
• Badania ludzkich populacji pradziejowych oraz historycznych
• Biologia współczesnych populacji ludzkich
• Ergonomia korekcyjna oraz ergonomia koncepcyjna
• Biologiczne aspekty kryminalistyki
The Department of Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology of the University of Life Sciences in Wrocław was established on October 1, 2009. It functions as a unit of the Institute of Environmental Biology at the Faculty of Biology and Animal Science. The Department occupies an impressive building with many teaching rooms and studios. The didactic activity began with the establishment of the unit in the academic year 2009/2010 and the creation of full-time second-cycle studies in the field of Biology, specializing in Human Biology. From October 2014, the first 3-year bachelor’s studies in the field of Human Biology were launched in Poland, and from the 2017/18 academic year, 2-year master’s studies with three educational paths: Work environment and OHS, Forensic Anthropology and Biomedical Anthropology.
The main issues and research topics that the employees of the Department of Anthropology deal with include:
• The course of ontogenesis depending on environmental factors
• Studies of prehistoric and historical human populations
• Biology of modern human populations
• Corrective ergonomics and conceptual ergonomics
• Biological aspects of forensics
West Bohemian Museum in Pilsen
The present West Bohemian Museum in Pilsen was established in 1878. It is a contributory organization established by the Pilsen Region. The museum focuses on a wide range of scientific disciplines, including Archaeology, Ethnography, History, Modern History, Paleontology, Prehistory, Ancient History, Arts and Crafts, Zoology and Botany. The scope of historical, artistic, craft and scientific collections makes the West Bohemian Museum one of the largest museum institutions in the Czech Republic. Today’s collections comprise approximately 2 million items. he museum has about 80 thousand visitors per year. As many as 150 employees work for the museum.
In addition to exhibition activities, the museum organizes lectures, guided tours, educational programs for schools and the public, creative workshops, fairs and suburban camps. In the main building of the museum there is also an extensive library with a reading room and a lecture hall. From the early 1990s, the museum is developed through grants and institutional tasks, scientific and research works. It issues a number of specialist publications and collections of works of scientific and social focus. The museum is also the holder of a prestigious award in the Gloria musaealis national competition and is a long-standing member of the Association of Museums and Galleries of the Czech Republic.
Dr hab. Barbara Kwiatkowska, Prof. Uczelni
Dr Jacek Szczurowski, Prof. Uczelni
Dr hab. Dariusz Nowakowski
Dr Agnieszka Tomaszewska
Dr. Paweł Konczewski
Mgr. Katarzyna Graja
Mgr. Katarzyna Biernacka
MSc. Klementyna Mackiewicz
Mgr. Markéta Pešková
Mgr. Attila Vatansever