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Wykształcenie

2017 - Ph.D.: “The Accounting Texts and Seals in the Persepolis Fortification Archive”, Committee: Matthew W. Stolper (advisor), McGuire Gibson, Mark B. Garrison, Wouter F. M. Henkelman (Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University

of Chicago)

2010 - M.A.: “Seals on Journal and Account Tablets in the Persepolis Fortification Archive.” (Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago).

2002 – Magisterium z zakresu historii, Uniwersytet Gdański.

 

Obszar zainteresowań badawczych

• Historia, języki, religia, historia sztuki i kultura materialna starożytnego Bliskiego Wschodu w pierwszym tysiącleciu p.n.e. z naciskiem na starożytny Iran, w tym:

- Persja Achemenidów

- Archiwum Fortyfikacji Persepolis

- Irańscy koczownicy w pierwszym tysiącleciu p.n.e.

- religie Persji Achemenidów

• Humanistyka cyfrowa i jej zastosowania w studiach nad światem starożytnym, w tym:

- Analiza sieciowa i wizualizacja w studiach nad starożytną administracją

- Cyfrowa dokumentacja dokumentów klinowych i odcisków pieczęci

- Czcionki do prezentacji pisma klinowego

 

Publikacje

• “Rediscovering Ancient Persia: The Oriental Institute Achemenet Project,” News & Notes 223, Autumn 2014, 12-13.

• Review: Der Achämenidenhof, edited by Bruno Jacobs and Robert Rolinger, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 72, 2013, 279-284.

• Review: Elam and Persia, edited by Javier Álvarez-Mon and Mark B. Garrison, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 72, 2013, 284-289.

• “Textual patterns on sealed registers in the Persepolis Fortification Archive,” M.A. thesis submitted to the Department of the Near East¬ern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago, March 2010.

• “Some Remarks about the Religion of Persians in Egypt,” Études et Travaux 22, 2008, 131-150.

• “The Egyptian influence on the Persian winged-circle,” In Third Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists. Egypt 2004: Perspec¬tives of Research, Warsaw 12-14 May 2004, ed. by J. Popielska-Grzybowska, O. Białostocka, and J. Iwaszczuk, Pułtusk: Institute of Anthro¬pology and Archaeology, 2009, 125-128, Fig. 78-81.

• Review: Religion, empire, and torture. The case of Achaemenian Persia . . . , by Bruce Lincoln, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.05.16, http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2008/2008-05-16.html.

• Review: Alexander the Great and the Iranian World, by Marek Olbrycht, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2006.03.41, http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/ bmcr/2006/2006-03-41.html.

 

Stypendia

• Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute Fellowship for Excellence in Persian Studies, 2016-2017.

• Oppenheim Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2015-2016, at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations of the University of Chicago.

• Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Fellowship of the Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute, 2014-2015, for the participation in the Achemenet Project at the Oriental Institute.

• Oppenheim Fellowship, 2013-2015 (stipend for advanced graduate students).

• University of Chicago Graduate Student Innovation Fund Grant for the project “Essential Graphic Design for NELC Students Workshop,” awarded in March 2013 for academic year 2014-2015.

• Oppenheim Conference Grant (March 2012, March 2013, July 2014, March-July 2016), and Oppenheim supplementary fellowship (Summer 2011 and Summer 2012).

• University of Chicago Fellowship, 2008-2013

• The Lanckoroński Foundation fellowship in London (UK), March 2008.

• American-Polish Research Fellowship Program at the Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana (USA), June 2006 – June 2007.

• Research Visitor at the Department of History, University of Notre Dame, Indiana (USA), August 2005 - June 2006.

 

 
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