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Vladimir Stolba

Dr.phil., Gæsteforsker

Curriculum Vitae

Education and qualifications:

2014       Dr.phil. (Habilitation), summa cum honore, Aarhus University

1991       Ph.D., Institute for the History of Material Culture (IHMC), Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg

1987-90  Post-graduate Course, Institute for the History of Material Culture (IHMC), Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg

1982-87  Department of History of Classical Greece and Rome, St Petersburg State University, Russia

 

Honours and memberships

- Fellow, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences (elected in 2009).
- Member, Learned Society in Aarhus (Det Lærde Selskab i Aarhus) (elected in 2011)

- Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (1995-97)

 

Academic Employment:

2015 Associate Professor, School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, Denmark

2010-13   Associate Professor, Dept. of Classical Archaeology, Institute of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics, University of Aarhus, Denmark 

2002-10   Associate Professor, the Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

2000-01  Senior Researcher, the Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Copenhagen.

1997-98  Lecturer in Greek Numismatics, Department of History of Classical Greece and Rome, St. Petersburg State University, St Petersburg

1995-1997 Research Fellow, Staatliche Münzsammlung München, Munich

1991-2000  Senior Researcher, Department of Classical Archaeology, Institute for the History of Material Culture, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg

Visiting Appointments:

2016   University of London, School of Advanced Study, Guest lecturer

2015   University of Wroclaw, Guest Lecturer

2001  University of Copenhagen, SAXO-Institute, Guest lecturer

1999   Aarhus University, Department of Classical Archaeology, Visiting Professor

1996   Université de Lausanne, Institut d’archéologie et des sciences de l’antiquité, Guest lecturer

1996   Universität Zürich, Historisches Seminar Fachbereich Alte Geschichte, Guest lecturer

1996   Universität Augsburg, Department of Ancient History, Guest lecturer

1996   Bayerische Numismatische Gesellschaft, Munich, Guest lecturer

 

Fellowships:

2017   Senior Research Fellowship, Excellence Cluster Topoi, Freie Universität Berlin/Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften.

2000-2001   Senior Research Fellowship, Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Copenhagen

1999-2000   Grantee of the Research Support Scheme, Open Society Support Foundation, Prague

1995-1997   Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship, Staatliche Münzsammlung München (State Numismatic Collection), Munich

 

Main Research Area

Black Sea Region, Northern Anatolia, Eastern Mediterranean

Main Fields of Research Interest:

  • Landscape and Settlement Archaeology
  • Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoclimate
  • Monetary and financial history of the Graeco-Roman world
  • Multicultural encounters
  • Greek Epigraphy and Onomastics

Organisational posts:

2010-2013  Director, International cross-disciplinary project "Economic Models and Adaptation Strategies in a Varying Cultural and Environmental Context", University of Aarhus.

1987-1992  Director, Panskoye Archaeological Project,

2002-2004  Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies

2005-2007  Director, Danish-Russian-Ukrainian Interdisciplinary Project "Climate Change and Long Term History in the Northern Black Sea Area"

2005-         Program committee member, International Symposium on the Ancient History and Archaeology of the Black Sea Area (Vani, Georgia)

 

Awards:

1998    First prize in the Young Scientist's Competition of the Russian Academy of Sciences.