PROGRAM TEAM

During a calendar year, around 80 different professional associates and students participate in the activities of the Archaeology program, who at the same time provide great contribution in planning and organizing the work of the program. The core of the program team consists of:

 

Vladimir PECIKOZA, archaeologist, current director of the Program of Archeology and the Department of Social Sciences at Petnica Science Center.

Participated in Petnica programs since elementary school first as a participant (elementary school), then as an expert associate (University student) and finally as a scientist. The field of interest is focused, in addition to educational work, on methodology and multidisciplinary approaches in solving scientific problems.

 

Milan MARKOVIĆ, archaeologist, assistant director of the Archaeology program at Petnica Science Center.

Participated in Archaeology program first as a high school student, then as younger associate during his bachelor studies at Faculty of Philosophy (University of Belgrade), and finally after completing his master studies in Portugal as an expert associate.

He developed his interests in the field of wide range of application of chemical analysis in archaeological research.

 

 

Andrej STAROVIĆ, archaeologist, member of the program commission of Archaeology at Petnica Science Center.

He participated in the formation of a program of archaeology as a high school student and later as a university student, and then as a program director for many years. The founder of the archaeological model of work, which became one of the recognizable symbols of Petnica's work. Today he is one of the leading curators at the National Museum in Belgrade.

 

 

Radivoje ARSIĆ, archaeologist, member of the program commission of Archaeology at Petnica Science Center.

He first came to Petnica as a student associate where he contributed in the fields of both research and education. Especially important was his expertise in the domain of the Roman horizons at the sites of Petnica – Naselje ispred Male Pećine and the Petnica Cave. For a short period of time he was also the program director. Today he is at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Valjevo, as head of the research department.

 

 

Gordana JEREMIĆ, archaeologist, member of the program commission of Archaeology at Petnica Science Center.

She came to Petnica as a participant in student programs for the first time, and after certain period of time as an expert associate. The sphere of interest is directed to the study of the Roman world, with special attention in the research of mosaics. Today she is at the Archaeological Institute in Belgrade, as a senior research associate.

 

 

Dejan RADIČEVIĆ, archaeologist, member of the program commission of Archaeology at Petnica Science Center.

A longtime expert associate who contributed to the development of the Archaeology program with his vast expertise in the field of Middle Age. His significance is also reflected in the improvement of educational work with both high school and university students. Today he is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Archaeology in Belgrade.

 

 

Adam CRNOBRNJA, archaeologist, member of the program commission of Archaeology at Petnica Science Center.

Another student program participant, and later a longtime expert associate. Fields of interest are focused at the study of numismatic material, as well as in the study of the ancient Roman world. Today he is one of the leading curators at the National Museum in Belgrade.

 

 

Marko Janković, archeologist, member of the program commission of the Archaeology program at Petnica Science Center. He came to Petnica initially as a high school student, and afterwards during his bachelor studies as student associate and finally as expert associate. He is one of the founders of international conference named Imperialism and Identities at the Edges of the Roman World which has been organized in Petnica in the past few years. Today he is the director of the Archeological Collection at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade.