As a doctoral fellow in Topoi research group (A-4) Textile Revolution Ana Grabundzija focused on explaining technological aspects of the proposed textile revolution. After completing her thesis on “Archaeological Evidence for Early Wool Processing in South East and Central Europe” she continued her postdoctoral research within the same Topoi project. Her current objectives are reoriented on evaluating the causality of environmental and socio-cultural factors involved in the observed technological adaptations and advancements. The ongoing research includes additional 4th and 3rd millennium BC textile tools from Central Europe. Broadening the recorded spindle-whorl sample, beyond previously investigated Carpathian Basin, aims to increase the potential for detecting eventual dispersal mechanisms of the observed technological changes.
Ana Grabundzija participated in the PhD program Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA) at Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).
- 9.3.2017TalkPart of: The Competition of Fibres. Textile Production in Western Asia and Europe (5000-2000 BC)Speaker
- 18.11.2014TalkPart of: LAA zu Gast beim Kolloquium des Instituts für Prähistorische Archäologie der FUSpeaker
- 18.2.2014TalkPart of: Fibre DistinctionSpeaker
- 13.6.2013TalkArchaeological Evidence for Wool Processing in South East and Central Europe Between 4th and 2nd Millennium BCPart of: Forschungskolloquium Landscape Archaeology and Architecture (LAA)Speaker
8. 5. 2015 Talk Two sides of a whorl
Part of: First Textiles. The Beginnings of Textile Manufacture in Europe and the Mediterranean, Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research
25. 11. – 29. 11. 2014 Workshop Days of Experimental Archaeology
at: Institute of Archaeology in Zagreb
13. 9. 2014 Talk Unspinning the Copper Age Textile Production on the Border between Southeast and Central Europe
Part of: 20th Annual Meetıng of the EAA in Istanbul