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Karolina Juszczyk

Karolina Juszczyk – a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Modern Languages at the University of Warsaw. Graduated Archaeology at the University of Warsaw.

She gained experience in archaeological fieldworks in Poland, Italy, Georgia, Lebanon, Bulgaria, Herzegovina, Peru and Mexico. In her archaeological work she uses Geographical Information Systems. In her doctoral project she combines archaeology with philological and cognitive studies.

For a few years, she has been working on rock art from the Andean region where she was running the project at Toro Muerto archaeological site (southern Peru) under the “Diamentowy Grant” financed by polish Ministry of Science and High Education. In the current project she analyzes the northern Venezuelan petroglyphs using the methodology that is used for graphic communication system’s research. From 2018 she performed as Lecturer in the Institute of Iberian and Ibero-American Studies at the University of Warsaw.


Additional information:

List of co-workers/fellows that are involved in the subproject
Prof. Carlos Alberto Marin, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Dr. Natalia Diaz, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Dr. Marlena Antczak, Universiteit Leiden
Dr. Andrzej Antczak, Universiteit Leiden
Ruby de Valencia, ANAR, Venezuela

List of publications:

  • 2018 with Wołoszyn, J. Z. and Rozwadowski, A., “Documentando Toro Muerto (Arequipa, Perú). Informe de las temporadas 2015-2017,” Boletín SIARB, 32, pp. 36–42.
  • 2018 with Imbertis, A., Prusaczyk, D., Rzeźnik, S. and Wołoszyn, J. Z, “Toro Muerto: Documenting the largest rock art site in Peru. Preliminary report,” BCSP, 43, pp. 119–134.
  • 2017 with Narimanishvili, D., Vadachkoria, R., Tamazashvili K. and Tomczyk W,. “Archaeological excavations at Beshtasheni Late Bronze Age – Early Iron Age Cemetery (2015-2016 Results)”, Aramazd, pp. 120-144.
  • 2017 with Kossowska, D., Prusaczyk, D. and Tomczyk W., „Badania motywów ornitomorficznych na ceramice inkaskiej”, Rocznik studenckiego ruchu naukowego Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, pp. 7-24

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