There are 10 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
is a senior fellow at the Lithuanian Historical Institute in Vilnius. In 2015-16 he was a visiting scholar at the Center for Russian and East European Studies at Stanford University. During 2009-2013, he was a European Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University College Dublin. He is the author of The Making of Modern Lithuania (Routledge, 2009). His articles have been published by Past and Present and Contemporary European History, among other journals. He has a particular interest in the modern history of the Baltics. His research fields include nation-building, population displacement and paramilitary violence.
is a scientific researcher at the Institute of Archaeology and Art History of Cluj Napoca, Romania. He is a specialist in the Archaeology and History of the Sarmatian Civilization in the North-Pontic, Lower Danube and the Panonic Plain. His expertise also includes aspects of ethnic, cultural, political and military interference between the Greco-Roman and Barbarian worlds in Central and Eastern Europe. He is the author of more than 80 studies in journals and collective works. He has signed the following books Istorie şi civilizaţie. Sarmaţii în spaţiul est-carpatic (sec. I a. Chr. – începutul sec. II p. Chr.), Cluj-Napoca 2006; Nomazi ai stepelor. Sarmaţii timpurii în spaţiul nord-pontic (sec. II-I a. Chr.), Cluj-Napoca, 2006; Călăreţii stepelor. Sarmaţii în spaţiul nord-pontic (in collaboration with O. Symonenko); Alburnus Maior III, Necropola Romană de la Tăul Corna, Cluj-Napoca, 2008 (co-author) and Sarmatian vestiges discovered south of the Lower Mures River. The graves from Hunedoara Timișană and Arad, Cluj-Napoca, 2014. He is the editor of the volume Orbis Romanus and Barbaricum. The Barbarians around the Province of Dacia and Their Relations with the Roman Empire Cluj-Napoca, 2016 and one of the founders and editors of the Journal of Ancient History and Archaeology (http://www.jaha.org.ro).
Ph.D. research scholar at the NIT, Durgapur and associate professor, Designation & Organisation, Army Institute of Management, Kolkata. Important publications: “Sustainable Development - a challenge for archaeological site management in the coastal areas of West Bengal in Eastern India.” In “Current Trends in Archaeological Heritage Preservation National and International Perspectives,” ed. Musteata, Sergiu, and Stefan Caliniuc. BAR International Series 274, no. 2: 5. 2015. Presented a number of research papers at different international conferences held in Jordan (WAC, 2013), Siem Reap (IPPA, 2014), Stockholm (EASAA, 2014), Paris (EurASEAA, 2015), Cardiff (EASAA, 2016).
is PhD Student, lecturer at Moldova State University. Specialist in the archaeology of the Iron Age from the Carpathian-Pontic space. Scientific interests are especially focused on the study of the communities from the Midlle Dniester region in the XIIth-3rd centuries BC. Author and co-author ofmore than 20 scientific publications, including 1 monograph: Evoluţia habitatului din microzona Saharna în epoca fierului / Evolution of the Habitat in the Saharna micro-zone in the Iron Age, Chişinău, 2016 (co-authors Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci).
has received his bachelor’s degree in prehistoric archaeology from the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, with a thesis about ancient grave disruptions at the early medieval cemetery Köln-Müngersdorf in 2016. He is currently a master’s student at the Freie Universität Berlin reading for prehistoric archaeology. He is especially interested in early medieval, iron age, grave disruptions and urbanisation. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
is an archaeologist with the State Heritage Service of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He holds the post of Manager, Digital Archaeology. His responsibilities include archiving digital archaeological data. David Bibby is a member of the Commission on Archaeology and Information Systems and the Commission on Excavation Techniques of the Association of German State Archaeologists and is chair of the Working Group for Archaeological Archives of the Europae Archaeologiae Consilium.
Blasen, Philippe Henri
holds an MA degree in the history of religions from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program in History at the Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania. Since July 2018, he has been working as a researcher within the project Migrations and Identity in European History: Communities, Connections, Conflicts at the A. D. Xenopol Institute of History, Iași. In recent years, he has increasingly focused his research interests on the history of ethnic and religious minorities in Romania and on the history of Bukovina.
is a senior scientific researcher at the Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Hunedoara District, Romania. Scientific activity: three books (single author); five books in collaboration; four collective volumes; eighty articles/studies and chapters in national and international scientific journals/collective volumes; studies presented at over 150 workshops, national and international conferences; coordinator of four cultural projects and team member of seven others; organizer of 35 workshops/national conferences and two international conferences; coordinator of 20 exhibitions; involved in 21 cultural and educational projects.
BROWN, Duncan H.
has been Head of Archaeological Archives with Historic England since 2010, before which he was Curator of Archaeology at Southampton Museum Service. He is also a member of the Working Group for Archaeological Archives of the Europae Archaeologiae Consilium. Duncan is the author of ‘Archaeological Archives. A guide to best practice in creation, compilation, transfer and curation’ and a co-author of ‘A Standard and Guide to Best Practice in Archaeological Archiving in Europe’.
is lecturer at the History, Archaeology and Museology Department of the University of Alba Iulia, Romania. She received her BA degree in Art History and Archaeology at the same university in 1996 and the MA degree in Medieval Studies at Babeş-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in 1997. In 2010 she earned the PhD. in Visual Arts from the University of Arts in Bucharest. She has authored several studies on the medieval art and architecture of Transylvania and the Banat, co-edited several collective volumes, organized extensive field work, exhibitions, and conferences. She is currently the principal investigator of the multidisciplinary project Monastic life, art and technology at Bizere monastery” (2013-2016) (UEFISCDI-Romanian Research Foundation) and member of the research team of the Palace of Transylvanian Princes in Alba Iulia (from 2014). Her main areas of interest are: medieval art and architecture; medieval archaeology.