Balkan And Eastern Mediterranean Archeology (In English)

Short presentation of the programme:

The programme was set up jointly with the Balkan Heritage Foundation (BHF) and is mainly aimed at foreign English-speaking students who come to Bulgaria for archaeological internships at BHF to acquire knowledge of archaeology of the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean. The programme is in English and some lecture courses are taught online via Moodle NBU platform. This allows students who do not have the opportunity to stay in Bulgaria for two years to enrol in it. There are two obligatory summer archaeological internships and specialised courses at the NBU archaeometry and experimental archaeology laboratory, offered at the end of the second and fourth semesters when students come to Bulgaria for their internships, which guarantee solid practical training in the latest methods analysis of archaeological objects and artefacts. The online platform allows foreign lecturers from universities in Great Britain, USA and Australia to teach in the programme and their courses guarantee the international image of the programme. In addition to archaeological courses, the programme comprises courses in Geographic Information Systems and Orthophotography which are applicable to a number of areas beyond archaeological survey.

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Balkan And Eastern Mediterranean Archeology (In English)
  • Assoc. Prof. Biliana Kostova, PhD ARHM001 Archaeological theory in the AD 21st century
  • Assoc. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, PhD ARHM001 Archaeological theory in the AD 21st century ARHM003 Social Zooarchaeology of Southeastern Europe, Eastern Mediterranean and Anatolia ARHM006 How to Write a Good Archaeological Paper? ARHM009 The Balkan Peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean in Late Antiquity ARHM011 Analysis and Documentation of Archaeological Artifacts (ceramics, metal, coins, epigraphic inscriptions) ARHM014 Archaeology of Identity ARHM015 Archaeology of Southeast Europe in the Middle Ages: Bulgaria and the Byzantine Commonwealth
  • Assoc. Prof Ilian Boyanov, PhD ARHM006 How to Write a Good Archaeological Paper? ARHM008 Archaeology of Roman Moesia, Thrace and Macedonia ARHM011 Analysis and Documentation of Archaeological Artifacts (ceramics, metal, coins, epigraphic inscriptions) ARHM016 Reflectance Transformation Imaging in Archaeology
  • Assoc. Prof. Maya Vassileva, PhD ARHM019 
  • Assoc. Prof. Ralitsa Berberova, PhD ARHM017 Geographic Information Systems in Archaeology
  • Asst. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, PhD ARHM002 Prehistory of the Eastern Mediterranean and Adjacent Areas. General Setting and Local Trajectories ARHM004 Archaeology of Past Societies. ARHM006 How to Write a Good Archaeological Paper? ARHM011 Analysis and Documentation of Archaeological Artifacts (ceramics, metal, coins, epigraphic inscriptions) ARHM012 Archaeological Fieldwork ARHM018 Archaeological Practice ARHM020 Ancient economies
  • Asst. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, PhD ARHM005 Maritime Archaeology and the Western Black Sea ARHM006 How to Write a Good Archaeological Paper? ARHM011 Analysis and Documentation of Archaeological Artifacts (ceramics, metal, coins, epigraphic inscriptions) ARHM019 
  • Assoc. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, PhD ARHM002 Prehistory of the Eastern Mediterranean and Adjacent Areas. General Setting and Local Trajectories ARHM006 How to Write a Good Archaeological Paper? ARHM010 Analysis and Documentation of Lithic Artifacts