Dr Marko A. Janković obtained his PhD degree from the Department of Archaeology at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, where he is currently the head of the university's Archaeological Collection. His interests include Roman archaeology, theory in archaeology, the archaeology of Roman everyday life, and cultural changes in contexts of the interaction between Iron Age populations and Roman administration.
Since 2012, he has been one of the co-organizers of the Imperialism and Identities at the Edges of the Roman World (IIERW) conferences, and co-editor of two volumes inspired by the IIERW: The Edges of the Roman World (2014) and Reflections of Roman Imperialisms (2017).
Marko has been engaged in a few dozen archaeological research campaigns, organized primarily in Serbia but which also took place in Croatia and Slovakia, and his research has been published in local and international journals and volumes. He has been a member of several different archaeological projects, and he is currently working on the project Archaeological Culture and Identities at the territory of Western Balkans, funded by the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.
Since 2011, Marko has been active in popularizing archaeology through a series of workshops and lectures organized within different social events, including the Science Fair and European Heritage Days. He has also been a regular lecturer at Petnica Science Centre archaeology programmes since 2007, and during a short period (2013-2014) he was also head of the Social Science and Humanities programme at the same institution.
He is a member of the Serbian Archaeological Society and the European Association of Archaeologists, and he sits on the editorial board of Archaika, the Journal of the University of Belgrade's Department of Archaeology.