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Department of Archaeology and Special Historical Studies
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About the Department
At the department work professors Leonid Zashkilniak and Oleksandr Sytnyk, docents Yaroslav Onyshchuk, Oleksandr Bandrovskyi, Mykhailo Fylypchuk, Nataliya Bilas, Nataliya Stebliy, Anastasiya Baukova and lecturer Yaroslav Pohoralskyi.
The department teaches the following courses: «Archaeology», «Cultural Anthropology », «History of Old Civilizations», «History of Ancient Civilizations», «History of Ancient Greece and Rome», «Foreign Historiography», «Methodology of History», «Modern Historiography», «Archaeology Study in the World», «The Paleolith of Ukraine in the Context of European Continent», «Ethnic-cultural History of Ukraine in the First Half of the 1st Millennium BC», «Famous Researchers of Ukrainian Archaeology», «Ethnogenesis of Present-day Slavs by Archaeological Data», «Actual Problems of European Archaeology», «Actual Problems of Ukrainian Archaeology», «Archaeology Study in Lviv University», «Funeral Rites in the Early Iron Age», «Archaeological Museology», «Cultural Influences of Roman Provinces on Ukraine», «Methodology of Archeological Cadaster Composition», «Ethnogenesis of Eastern Slavs», «Primitive Archaeology of Ukraine», «Methodology of Field and Cameral Research», «Ancient Influences on the Material and Spiritual Culture of Ukraine’s Inhabitants in the First Half of the 1st Millennium BC to the First Half of the 1st Millennium BC», «Special Methods in Archaeology».
The department issues the annual collection of papers “Археологічні дослідження Львівського університету” (“Archeological Research at Lviv University”), founded in 1996 by Professor M. Peleshchyshyn. International conferences are held regulalry: the 1st, 2nd and 3rd readings dedicated to the memory of Solomon Lurie, the 4thInternational archeological conference of students and young researchers (1998), International conference on the occasion of the centenary of the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History at Lviv University.
The department offers postgraduate studies in the specialty “07.00.04 – Archaeology”; in the recent decades, there were 6 doctoral and more than 20 candidate dissertation in different specialties.
The department has tight connections with the departments of leading educational establishments and academic institutions in Ukraine and Poland.
The main orientation of the research is the archaeology of the western region of Ukraine (the department researches such projects as “Material and spiritual culture of inhabitants in Subcarpathia, Volyn and Transcarpathia in the Stone and Early Medieval Periods”, as well as Ancient History, the methodology of history, present-day historiography. The staff of the department performed archeological excavations in the sites of ancient settlements like Krylos (Halych), Plisnesko, Pidhorodyshche, Nemyriv, Rokytne, Modrychi (Teptiuzh), sites and villages of Yezupil, Hlybochok, Neslukhiv, Koshylivtsi, Buchach, Tadani, Zymne, Kostianets, Holyshiv, Vynnyky, Nezvysko, Dudyn, Cherchyk, Khrinnyky, Bovshiv, Demianiv, Nakvasha, ancient burial grounds of Gats, Chekhy, Vysotsko, monastic complexes of Univ, Stradch, Pidkamin, Staryi Zbarazh, Pidhirtsi.
June 28-July 4, 2020 (Vienna, Austria)
Deadline – March 22, 2020
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We invite applications from humanities and social science PhD students, post-docs, and junior faculty who have received their PhD within...Read more »
Deadline – March 1, 2020
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Gdansk, Poland, 26-27 March 2020 –
Deadline – 31 January 2020
Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Faculty of History
Scientific Society of Students of the Faculty of History
Dear colleagues of the humanities faculties! We are pleased to invite you to participate in
IV International Conference: “The Phenomenon of Europe: Women in History”
The conference will be held on the 10-th of April 2020 at the Scientific Library of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (5, Drahomanova str., Lviv)
Working languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian, Polish.
The program of the conference...