The “Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia” project has received a significant attention in Serbian and regional media. Our project partners were invited on many occasions to talk about this research and communicate the results. We only present here a selection of media coverage for our project as part of our outreach activities.
The project was officially launched in July 2012 at the National Museum, Belgrade. The signing of the contract by the project partners was followed by a large press conference attended by the UK Ambassador to Serbia, HE Michael Davenport, Karen Marshall (Culture and Media, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany), Serbian Minister of Culture Predrag Markovic with Stephen Shennan, Thilo Rehren and Miljana Radivojević (UCL), Ben Roberts (University of Durham), Ernst Pernicka (Centre for Archaeometry, Mannheim), Tatjana Cvjetićanin (Director, National Museum, Belgrade), Dusko Sljivar (National Museum, Belgrade), Julka Kuzmanović-Cvetković (Director, Museum of Toplica) and Savo Derikonjić (Director, Homeland Museum of Priboj).
The “Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia” represents a continuation of the previous research conducted by Miljana Radivojevic (MSc and PhD theses). It has received a significant media coverage in the past few years, and we present here a selection of national and international media attention for the research of the earliest known metallurgy worldwide.
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- YouTube #2
- Science News Digital
- BBC History Magazine published the article on the earliest known metallurgy in the world discovered in Serbia as the ‘big story’ (March 2010)»
Kuca dobrih vesti (29/08/2012)
Developing a touristic route “Following the footsteps of early metallurgists in Serbia”
Miljana Radivojević and Julka Kuzmanović – Cvetković were invited to speak at an open table discussion at the Centre for Study of Cultural Development (Belgrade) on establishing a touristic route in Serbia “Following the footsteps of early metallurgists in Serbia”. This initiative was welcomed by the Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy and is currently negotiated with government representatives. The “Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia” project members contributed in setting this agenda by communicating results of their scientific research during the past four years.
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