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Michal Kobusiewicz

archaeologist

Michal Kobusiewicz, Polish archaeologist. Recipient Golden Cross merit, President Poland, 1996. Member of Commission XXXII International Union Pre & Protohistorica National Union Sciences Final Palaeolithic the Great European Plain (president 1998), Heinrich Barth Institute, Society Nubian Studies, International Commission Prehistory North-East Africa (secretary 2007).

Background

Kobusiewicz, Michal was born on October 8, 1939 in Radomsko, Poland. Son of Aleksander and Jadwiga Kobusiewicz.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute Archaeology & Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1975.

Career

Assistant Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poland, 1959—1965. Assistant professor Institute Archaeology & Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1965—1992, full professor, since 1992. Professor Institute Prehistory, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, since 1985.

Lieutenant Infantery Reservist, 1962.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional science publication.

Membership

Member of Commission XXXII International Union Pre & Protohistorica National Union Sciences Final Palaeolithic the Great European Plain (president 1998), Heinrich Barth Institute, Society Nubian Studies, International Commission Prehistory North-East Africa (secretary 2007).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, fishing.

Connections

Married Barbara Czubinska. Children: Maria, Jan Kazimierz.

father:
Aleksander Kobusiewicz

mother:
Jadwiga Kobusiewicz

spouse:
Barbara Czubinska

children:
Maria Kobusiewicz

Jan Kazimierz Kobusiewicz