Lecture can be seen:
Analysis of human remains from the Illyrian necropolis of Kopila
Davorka Radovčić graduated Archeology in 2004 at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb, defend master thesis in 2008 and defend doctoral thesis in 2011 anthropology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, USA (The Implication of Variation in Late Pleistocene Levantine Crania for Understanding the Pattern of Human Evolution) .
Since 2012 she has been employed at the Croatian Natural History Museum where she is the collector of the Collection of Krapina Diligents, the Collection of fossil and recent pongid and hominid casts and the Anthropological Collection.
The scientific interests of Davorka Radovcic include the evolution of man, the evolution of symbolic behavior and the prehistoric archeology of Croatia and the Mediterranean.