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PhD, is Associate Professor and head of the Ethnoarchaeology section of the Arheoinvest Research and Training Platform from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania. He is the main author of the first ethnoarchaeological study in Romania and of the first book on the ethnoarchaeology of the salt springs from Eastern Romania. He has coordinated three national research projects with international cooperation regarding the ethnoarchaeology of the salt springs and salt mountains from the Carpathian areas of Romania.
is a lecturer at Uzhhorod National University. His research interests are the Middle Ages, the history of the Late Middle Czech especially the formation and the development of the estate representative monarchy in the Czech Kingdom during the reign of the Jagiellonian dynasty (1471-1526). He is the author of 12 scientific articles concerned with Czech Kingdom under the rule of the Jagiellonian dynasty. Research interests: foreign and domestic policies of the Jagiellonians, the functions of the estate representative authorities, religious relations in the Czech Kingdom, diplomatic and dynastic politics of the Jagiellons.
received MA in Archaeology and Ancient History at the State University of Moldova. During 2013-2016 she worked as Museologist at the National Art Museum of Moldova, Department of Decorative Art and Sculpture. Irina was a Scholar at the Lane Kirkland Scholarship Program in the academic year 2016/2017 and studied at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. At the same time, she is involved in activities and projects implemented by National Committee ICOM Moldova.