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There are 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter M.
MADGEARU Alexandru
is senior researcher at the Institute for Political Studies of Defence and Military History, Bucharest, Romania. He received the PhD in 1997 at the University of Bucharest, and a Fulbright post-doctoral scholarship at Ohio State University (2002-2003). Besides military history, his expertise includes late ancient and medieval history and archaeology of Romania and South-Eastern Europe. His recent publications are: Asăneştii. Istoria politico-militară a statului dinastiei Asan (1185-1280), Cetatea de Scaun, Târgovişte, 2014; Byzantine Military Organization on the Danube, 10th-12th Centuries, Brill, Leiden, Boston, 2013; Împăratul Galerius, Cetatea de Scaun, Târgovişte, 2012; Istoria militară a Daciei post-romane, 275-614, Cetatea de Scaun, Târgovişte, 2011.
E-mail: amadgearu@gmail.com

MAKARYCHEV Andrey S.
is Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Fellow in the Institute for East European Studies, Free University of Berlin. He is the author of the book Russia and International Society: Conceptual Models and Policy Strategies (Lambert Publishers, 2011) and numerous articles in journals including International Spectator, Europe-Asia Studies, Journal of International Relations and Development, and Cooperation and Conflict. He has lectured in the Universities of Nizhny Novgorod and Syktyvkar (Russia), Malmo (Sweden), Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy, and other institutions.
E-mail: asmakarychev@gmail.com

MANOLI Panagiota
(Ph.D., University of Warwick) is a lecturer at the Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean, Greece. She was a Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C.; Director of Studies and Research at the International Center for Black Sea Studies, Athens; and Secretary of the Economic Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of Black Sea Economic Cooperation, Istanbul. She is the author of The dynamics of Black Sea subregionalism (2012).
E-mail: manoli@rhodes.aegean.gr

MARUTYAN Harutyun
is holding a Ph.D. degree in History and is currently Leading Researcher at the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of National Academy of Sciences of Armenia.
E-mail: harutyanmarutyan@gmail.com

MISCHEVCA Vlad
is an Associate Professor & Ph.D. at Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Over a decade (2000-2010) worked in Greece, in Athens obtaining research grants. As editor of the first newspaper in Romanian in Greece, he worked for the weekly "Courier of Athens" (2002-2003), later the "Week" („Săptămâna”, 2005). Within the European program ENTER was employed as a researcher at the Institute for Neohellenic Research / F.N.R.S. in Athens (KNE). Author of 12 books and a wafer of poetry, published in Chisinau, Iasi, Athens and Thessaloniki. Key area of research is the period of transition from the medieval to the modern: the history of international relations in Southeast Europe (18th century – early 19th century), Phanariotes genealogy, heraldry, Romanian-Greek relations.
E-mail: miskewka@yahoo.fr

MUNTEANU Octavian
is an Associate Professor at the World History Department of Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University of Moldova. He is responsible for the courses of Archaeology and Ancient History of Rome and Greece. His major scientific interests are determined by the Latene era issues in the East-European territories, and mainly the history of the Getae and of their relations with the neighboring populations and with those having migrated to the Carpatho-Dniestrian silvosteppe at the end of the Ist millennium B.C.
E-mail: ocmunteanu@gmail.com

MUSTEAŢĂ Sergiu
is currently Professor ate the History and Geography Department, Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University in Chișinău. Author of 7 monographs and more than 200 articles on history, archaeology, cultural heritage preservation and textbooks analysis. The most recent work is About Us and Our Neighbours: History Textbooks in the Republic of Moldova, Romania and Ukraine. Georg Eckert Institute, Braunschweig, Eckert. Dossiers 7, 2017. urn:nbn:de:0220-2017-0097, URI: http://repository.gei.de/handle/11428/213. He is editor of two monograph series – ANTIM monographs and Unknown Documents and Histories (25 volumes published), and editor of the young historian’s annual journal (14 volumes published). Every year he does over 20 presentations and public lectures in various academic centres around the world. Hence, in recent years he has been a visiting scholar and a visiting professor in many universities of USA, Germany, Romania, etc.
E-mail: sergiu_musteata@yahoo.com