Scholarships 2008/2009

Holders of scholarships and special grants in Egypt and Poland

EGYPT

The Ministry of Education of the Republic of Poland grants ten- and five-month scholarships for the academic year to candidates from the field of archaeology and history of the Near East, Egypt and Sudan: doctoral candidates researching their dissertation and senior-year students working on their MA thesis.

10-month scholarships:
2008/2009
Ms Mariola Krasuska, doctoral candidate (Catholic University in Lublin)
subject: Autobiographical inscriptions of state dignitaries of the First Intermediate period and Middle Kingdom. Studies on the archaeological context, construction and value as sources for historical studies
Ms Agata Kozakow, MA (National Museum in Warsaw)
subject: Studies on ritual representations in Theban temples of the New Kingdom
Ms Katarzyna Lach, MA (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology graduate)
subject: Ancient Roman numismatics
Mr. Aliaksei Shukanau, doctoral candidate (Warsaw University, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: Funerary architecture of the Old Kingdom
2009/2010
Mr Łukasz Jarmużek, student (BA) (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: Third Dynasty nobles’ tombs
Ms Agata Smilgin, student (BA) (Adam Mickiewicz University, MISH)
subject: New Kingdom sculpture, especially the Tuthmoside sphinxes
5-month scholarships:
2008/2009
Ms Olga Białostocka, doctoral candidate (Research Center for Mediterranean Archaeology, Polish Academy of Sciences)
subject: The position of the king within chapels of the Royal Cult in Temples of a Million Years in the New Kingdom
Ms Aleksandra Brzozowska, MA, doctoral candidate (Wrocław University of Technology)
subject: Selected sea and river harbors of Ancient Egypt
Mr. Karol Juchniewicz, MA, doctoral research (Warsaw University, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: History and architecture of the Palmyra fortifications compared to other cities of the Roman East
Ms Anna Longa, MA, doctoral research (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology, Kraków)
subject: The cultural situation of Nubia from the 4th to the mid-3rd millennium BC
Ms Magdalena Pinker, student (Warsaw University, Oriental Studies Faculty)
subject: Architecture and art of Islam (specially medieval Alexandria in Egypt)
Ms Monika Różańska, MA (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology graduate)
subject: Research on the processes of urban transformation from Hellenistic to Islamic times
Ms Joanna Sulewska, student (Warsaw University, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: Monasteries and pilgrims in the Sinai and Negev in the 4th-6th centuries
Mr. Łukasz Wojnarowicz, MA (Warsaw University, Institute of Archaeology graduate)
subject: Research on Predynastic Egypt, trade issues
2009/2010
Ms Kamila Braulińska, MA (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: The dog and other canines in ancient Egypt from the archaeological and egyptological point of view
Mr Jakub Jerzy Brochocki, BA (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: Arab glazed ceramics from Spain on Kom el-Dikka in Alexandria
Ms Katarzyna Kapiec, BA (Warsaw University, Institute of Archaeology)
subject: Feasts celebrated in Thebes during the New Kingdom
Ms Anna Maria Kotarba, MA (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology, Kraków)
subject: Relations between Cyprus and the Near East in the Iron Age
Ms Magdalena Nowak, student (BA) (Adam Mickiewicz University, Oriental and Ancient Archaeology)
subject:Spatial organization of the Lower Egyptian settlement discovered on Kom C in Tell el-Farkha compared to known Lower Egyptian structures from the vicinity
Ms Elżbieta Palka, MA (Adam Mickiewicz University, Oriental and Ancient Archaeology)
subject: Rock art on sites 21/8 and 22/8 in Dakhleh Oasis

POLAND

Special PCMA documentation grants (12 months):
2008/2009
Ms Agnieszka Kowalska, MA
subject: Saqqara, documentation of material from the excavations (Supervisor: Prof. K. Myśliwiec)
Mr. Szymon Maślak, MA
subject: Naqlun, digitizing and processing of architectural documentation from the 1980s and 1990s for final publication (Supervisor: Prof. W. Godlewski)
Ms Joanna Michalska, student (Warsaw University, MISH)
subject: Nea Paphos, processing old excavation documentation for the archives (Supervisor: Dr. H. Meyza)
2009/2010
Dr. Fabian Welc
subject: Saqqara, documentation of material from the excavations for publication (Supervisor: Prof. K. Myśliwiec)
Mr. Szymon Maślak, MA
subject: Naqlun, digitizing and processing of architectural documentation from the 1980s and 1990s for final publication (Supervisor: Prof. W. Godlewski)
Ms Urszula Wicenciak, MA
subject: Jiyeh (Lebanon), processing excavation documentation for publication (Supervisor: Dr. T. Waliszewski)