The XXXVII international conference “Archaeological Research in Central and Eastern Poland, Western Belarus and Ukraine” will be held on 7-8 November. The event, organised by the Institute of Archaeology of the Maria Curie Skłodowska University (UMCS) in Lublin and the National Museum in Lublin, provides a broad forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences of archaeologists and many specialists in other fields of science.
According to Katarzyna Skałecka from the Press Centre of the UMCS, most of the speeches presented at this year’s conference will be devoted to summaries of several years of scientific projects, major excavation campaigns and interdisciplinary research, with a special focus on the latest work conducted in 2021-2022.
“The borderland of Poland, Belarus and Ukraine plays an important role from the point of view of the analysis and interpretation of archaeological materials and cultural processes taking place across Europe. Hence, the conference will also be attended by researchers from outside our cross-border region”, said Skałecka.