Balkan Heritage Foundation, established in 2008

Programs

Through the “Our Heritage” Program  the Foundation conducts or supports projects in the field of archaeology, conservation and restoration of cultural properties, digital heritage as well as cultural heritage management and communication.

Campaigns for raising public awareness, development of policies, strategies and plans for preservation of cultural heritage, community service activities & camps and volunteer exchanges – they all fall under the “Advocacy & Community Service” Program.

The oldest program of the Foundation is  “Education” covering trainings and field schools in archaeology and heritage conservation, a master’s program  in Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology, and Fulbright exchange for students and researchers.

Within the “Meetings & Events” Program of the Foundation are organized and implemented exhibitions, conferences, online seminars, public lectures and other events to communicate and promote the Balkan cultural heritage, to disseminate knowledge about it and to back up the Foundation’s cultural policies.

News

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Donation Campaign: Support the Publication of "Preserving the Past, Looking to the Future"

Donation Campaign: Support the Publication of a catalog "Preserving the Past, Looking to the Future" with conserved artifacts from Balkan Heritage Field School sites.
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The Fate of a Roman Road Station after Antiquity

In the BEMA Online Seminar on December 04, 2021 Balkan Heritage Field School instructor Alexander Manev will present the results from the excavations of the Roman Road Station Bona Mansio in North-Western Thrace, situated on the main road Via Diagonalis.

Decolonizing the Study of Material Culture in the Hellenistic Far East

In the BEMA Online Seminar on November 06, 2021 Dr. Richard Wenghofer (Nipissing University, Canada) will talk about interpretations of the material culture in the Hellenistic Far East and more specifically the kingdoms of Bactria, the Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian kingdoms.
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