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There are 5 names in this directory beginning with the letter D.
DASZKIEWICZ, Małgorzata
has studied geography and archaeology at the Univerity of Warsaw. In 1993 she earned her PhD in Archaeology and founded in 1998 her own firm – ARCHEA – in Warsaw as a laboratory for archaeometric analysis and research. Currently she is research associate for archaeometry, Excellence Cluster Topoi, Berlin. Research interests: technology, production, provenance, function, classification of ceramics. Her main research interests are determinining the technology and provenance of archaeological ceramics using thin-section microscopy, chemical analyses and MGR-analysis as well as scientific research aimed at developing methods for determining the original firing temperatures. Research fields: Roman pottery in Germany and the Mediterranean, Neolithic to medieval pottery in Europe, Mesopotamia, and Sudan (joint databank of ca 30000 analyses with G. Schneider). Further interests are functional properties, production techniques and classification of bulk ceramic finds.
E-mail: E-mail: m.dasz@wp.pl

DEVYATKOV Andrey
is a researcher in the area of International Relations, candidate of science (Russian equivalent of Ph.D.) and a research fellow at the Laboratory for Historical Geography and Regionalistics of the Tyumen State University. In 2012-2014 he was a visiting fellow and post-doc researcher in the New Europe College (Romania), Center for EU-Russian studies of the Tartu University (Estonia) and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Germany). He is an author of more than 40 publications on the issues like German Eastern policy, Transnistrian conflict settlement, Russian, Moldovan and Romanian foreign policy. One of his key publications is a monograph Challenged by Europeanization: Russian policy in the Transnistrian conflict settlement (1992-2012).
E-mail: devyatkovav@gmail.com

DOBRE, Laurențiu Marin
graduated from the Faculty of History of the Ovidius University, Constanţa, in 2003. In 2007 he received an MA degree in European Studies at the Centre for European Studies, “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iaşi. Since 2008 he began a non-invasive exploration of marine remains. After receiving his qualification in underwater archaeology (2014), his interest shifted to the shipwrecks which occurred on the Romanian territory. In 2016 he became a diving instructor in the field of diving and underwater archaeology.
E-mail: mlaurentium@yahoo.com

DUMITRU Diana
is an Associate Professor of History at Ion Creangă Pedagogical State University of Moldova. Her first book on Great Britain’s role in the union of the Romanian Principalities was published in 2010, and she is currently finishing a book on the relationship between Jews and Gentiles in the Soviet Union and Romania between 1918 and 1945. Her articles have been published in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Cahiers du monde russe, and Yad Vashem Studies, among others. Her World Politics article, "Constructing Interethnic Conflict and Cooperation: Why Some People Harmed Jews and Others Helped Them during the Holocaust in Romania" received the 2012 Mary Parker Follett Award for the best article or chapter published in the field of politics and history.
E-mail: dumitrudi@gmail.com

DZYADEVYCH Tetyana
is a Ph.D. student at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages and Literatures. Previously she taught at The National University “Kyiv Mohila Academy” in Kiev, Ukraine (2005-2012).
E-mail: tdzyad2@uic.edu