The Institute organizes yearly conference “Perspectives of Classical Archaeology” (PeCla) since 2012. PeCla intends to bring together young graduate and post-graduate students from all over the world to present their original and advanced research in the field of Classical Archaeology and related fields (Classic, ancient history, art history, archaeological theory, computer methods in archaeology, natural sciences etc.). The organizers focuses each year on different topic within the field of Classical Archaeology in order to anticipate the newest trends in the scholarly investigations. Usually two keynote speakers invited from universities and research institutions abroad open the conference and introduce the each year’s topic. The call for papers is usually released in September-October with conference taking place in December just before Christmas.
Apart from PeCla, the Institute members often participates in the organization of other conferences, colloquia and round tables.
The 9th PeClA 2022 International Postgraduate Conference (Perspectives of Classical Archaeology) will be held at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Monday and Tuesday, 11 – 12th April 2022 PeClA 2022 is a two‐day conference in Classical Archaeology and Classics aimed at postgraduate / doctoral students traditionally offering a space for presenting research results, discussion, […]
We would like to invite you to a conference organized by Prof. Dr. Peter Pavúk, Prof. Dr. Ladislav Stančo, Dr. Jan Kysela, and Dr. Marek Verčík from the Institute of Classical Archaeology Adaptation & Creativity Along Border Zones More information about the the themes and organization of the conference can be found at: https://borderzones2021.wordpress.com The […]
For many years western Anatolia was one of the least known cultural landscapes in the second–millennium BCE eastern Mediterranean, overshadowed by its better-known neighbors in Hittite central Anatolian and Minoan and Mycenaean cultural spheres. Owing to the efforts of recent decades, it is becoming possible to grasp the character of western Anatolian identity, or rather […]
Book of abstracts
Book of abstracts
6th INTERNATIONAL POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE PERSPECTIVES ON CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
The events directly connected with the campaign of Alexander the Great in Central Asia are described vividly and in detail by ancient Greek authors and have been thoroughly evaluated by modern historians. Numismatic studies have reconstructed the history of the following centuries. However, our understanding of the (mutual?) acculturation following the campaign remains limited. The […]
To honor the 150th anniversary since birth of the world-famous scholar Alois Musil (1868-1944) the Institute of Classical Archaeology, together with Czech National Committee of ICOMOS and National Heritage institute will held a seminar “Alois Musil, Antiquity and the Czech Lands.” This orientalist, priest and traveller substantially contributed to the topics realting to the […]
7th International Graduate Conference Perspectives of Classical Archaeology
We would like to invite you to an exceptional conference planned for June 2020 and taking place in Varna, Bulgaria in the Archaeological Museum founded by Karel Škorpil. The conference will focus on the historiography of the involvement of Czech scholars, not only archaeologist but also natural scientists, architects, artists etc. in Bulgaria. The goal […]