Iva Kaić, PhD, 312563

 

Iva Kaić

Department of Archaeology

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Zagreb

Ivana Lučića 3, HR – 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

E-mail: ikaic@ffzg.hr

 

I was born in 1980 in Zagreb, Croatia. I graduated from the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, in 2005. In the same year I started to work at the Library of the Department of Archaeology. In 2008 I was appointed a research assistant on the project Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum quae in Croatia repertae sunt (130-0000000-0825, research leader full professor M. Milićević Bradač, PhD), funded by the Ministry of science, education and sports of the Republic of Croatia. I participate in undergraduate study program and fieldwork with students at the Chair of Roman and Early Christian Archaeology at the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. In 2013 I have defended my PhD thesis titled Roman world in miniature. Engraved gems as evidence of daily life (supervised by full professor Mirjana Sanader, PhD). My research interests include Early Christian archaeology and Roman glyptics.

Papers:

  • Bibliografija časopisa Opuscula archaeologica, Opuscula archaeologica. 30 (2006); 269-316. (ISSN 0352-177X)
  • “Dopuna bibliografije profesora Marina Zaninovića”, Opuscula archaeologica. 33 (2009); 229-236. (ISSN 0352-177X)
  • Bogatstvo rimskih nekropola: Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu, 9. prosinca 2009. – 31. ožujka 2010., Obavijesti Hrvatskog arheološkog društva 42/1 (2010), 113-115. (ISSN 0352-177X)
  • “Four Intaglios from Gardun in the Cetina Territorial Museum”, Opuscula archaeologica. 34 (2010); 115-126. (ISSN 0473-0992)
  • “Oratorium A and other 4th century Christian buildings in Salona, Sveti car Konstantin i hrišćanstvo – Saint emperor Constantine and Christianity / Bojović, Dragiša (ur.), Niš: Centar za crkvene studije, Niš, Filozofski fakultet u Nišu, 2013, 463-473. (paper collaborated with Vinka Bubić) (ISBN: 978-86-84105—38-9)