Adjunct Assistant Professor
PhD, East Carolina University
Spring 2022 Office Hours: Virtual meetings by appointment
Ewa Silver holds an M.A. in Underwater Archaeology from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Poland and a Ph.D. in Coastal Resources Management from ECU with a concentration in maritime history. She has worked on many underwater archaeological sites in Europe and in the US, ranging from early medieval to modern times. Her past research projects focused on finding solutions to protect submerged historical resources. Ewa has worked with NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries on analyzing the effectiveness of management strategies used to protect shipwrecks. Her current interests involve historical research on human exploration of the oceans, with special focus on the Atlantic World.
Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Condition Report, U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, New Port News, VA. 2008. (with Alberg D., Johnson J., Trono K.)
Slobodna Shipwreck Interim Report, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, PAST Foundation Web Publication. 2005. (with Allen S.,Atkins C., Berrín S.,Cobb J.,Johnson A., Johnson M.,Keeping K.,Kowalski A., Lasiter D.,Rupp C.,Yugay C.)
HIST 1030: World Civilizations to 1500
HNRS 2011: Ocean Exploration: Past and Present