Tena Karavidović, doctoral candidate
Tena Karavidović was born 1985. in Osijek, Croatia. In 2014. she obtained a degree in Archaeology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. In 2018. she enrolled in PhD studies in Archaeology on Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.
She has been employed at the Institute of archaeology in Zagreb since October 2018. as a research assistant on the project “Production of Iron Along the Drava River During Antiquity and Middle Ages: Creation and Transfer of Knowledge, Technology and Commodities" (IP – 2016 - 06 - 5047) directed by Tajana Sekelj Ivančan, phd.
She has participated in several systematic and protective archaeological excavations and field examinations as a documentarist, headmaster, or deputy head of research. She is an active member of the Center for Experimental Archeology and CIPA Heritage Documentation (ICOMOS / ISPRS Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage).
Her research interests include preindustrial iron production technology, landscape archaeology, experimental archaeology, etnoarchaeology and tehnological and social aspects of preindustrial textile production.
Proffesional developement courses:
- Intensive textile course, Textile Research Centre (Leiden, The Netherlands)
- CIPA heritage documentation International School of 3D surveying and modeling in cultural heritage
- WEFEE – Woman Education Fund Eastern Europe Scholarship 2018/2019, Soroptimist International Union Netherlands
- Excellency scholarship for PhD studies in Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb