There are 11 names in this directory beginning with the letter M.
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.
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.
(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).
(PhD,) is associate professor of the Early Iron Age at the Museum of Cultural History, Department of Archaeology since 1999. Before that he was executive officer (archaeologist) at the Swedish National Board of Antiquities (Riksantikvarieämbetet) in Lund (1996-1999) and before that he held scholarships at the University of Copenhagen (1992-1996) and the National Museum of Denmark (1990-1992). Martens finished his MA at the University of Aarhus in 1990, including a year at the University of Warsaw (1982-1983). The PhD was obtained at the University of Copenhagen in 1998. Martens has held several scholarships such as the Carlsberg foundation, Deutsche Akademische Austausch Dienst, NorFa, the Danish Research Council of the Humanities and Queen Margrethe II foundation. Martens has taught archeology at the University of Copenhagen and the University of Oslo and has delivered guest lectures at a number of universities in Northern Europe. Martens has functioned as censor at the Universities of Copenhagen, Oslo and Tromso. The main focus of his research is on the subjects «The Early Iron Age in Northern and Northern Central Europe» and «settlement archaeology». He has published more than 60 papers in national and international journals, books and enciclopediae (in English, German, Italian, Polish, Danish and Norwegian) and has edited or been coeditor of five books. In addition he has presented papers at more than 50 international conferences as well as being the initiator of more than 10 such events.
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.
is Assoc. Prof. at the Department of Romanian History, World History and Archeology, State University of Moldova; Dean of the Faculty of History and Philosophy, State University of Moldova; He is a specialist in the history and archeology of the Roman period of the Carpatho-Dniester space. He is the author or co-author of more than 100 publications, including monograph Ethno-cultural processes in the Carpathian-Dniestrian area in the 2nd-14 th Centuries. Soviet historiography (Chişinău 2009). He is member of the editorial board of the Preventive Archeology in the Republic of Moldova and Historical heritage.
is Professor of Prehistoric Archeology at the Freie Universität Berlin. Since February 2011, he has been director of the Excellence Cluster Topoi. Dr. phil. (University Marburg 1990), Habilitation (Humboldt-Universität Berlin 2005). Various posts at Hessian Archaeological Research Institute in Büdingen, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Brandenburg Heritage Management. Michael Meyer is Chairman of the AGIBB (Archaeological Society in Berlin and Brandenburg) and member of the Römisch- Germanischen Kommission of the Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Currently he heads projects on the origins of iron-smelting and on migrations during the Iron Age and leads the excavations in the Roman battlefield at the edge of the Harz Mountains (Lower Saxony, Germany). Within Topoi, Michael Meyer works on the analysis of late Iron Age ceramics which help us understand better technology transfer and economical spaces in Antiquity. Research interests: European Iron Age and the archaeology of the barbaricum, economic and settlement archaeology, battlefield archaeology.
is an Associate Professor at Institute of Archaeology Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Historical Sciences Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, the Vice-President of the General Board of the Scientific Association of Polish Archeologists, Corresponding member of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Römisch-Germanische Kommision. His research interests include the Pre-Roman Iron Age and the Roman Period in the Central Europe; prehistoric building construction; settlement archaeology, contacts between Jastorf- and Przeworsk-Culture circle, pottery study. For a year 2015 implementing the project Past closed in clay. Geochemoarchaeological indicators of Greater Poland pottery from the younger pre-Roman iron age as a source for understanding the cultural diversity of age (National Science Centre, Poland, UMO-2014/15/B/HS3/02279). Author and co-autor of over 90 studies published in specialty journals and monographs, and also of several books, as well: Osady kultury przeworskiej z terenów ziem polskich, Poznań 2003; Budownictwo kultury przeworskiej, Poznań 2011; The Jastorf Culture in Poland, Oxford 2013 (with Z. Woźniak, M. Grygiel, H. Machajewski); Przemiany osadnictwa I środowiska przyrodniczego Poznania i okolic od schyłku starożytności do lokacji miasta, Poznań 2016 (with M. Kara, M. Makohonienko), Grabkowo, Gm. Kowal, stanowiska 7 i 8. Źródła archeologiczne do studiów nad okresem przedrzymskim na Nizinie Wielkopolsko-Kujawskiej, Poznań 2017 (with W. Kaczor, M. Teska, M. Żółkiewski). He is the editor of the volume: Viator per devia scieniae intinera. Studia nad problematyką okresów przedrzymskiego, rzymskiego, wędrówek ludów i wczesnego średniowiecza, Poznań 2015 (with M. Teska, M. Żółkiewski); Settlements Pottery of the pre-Roman Iron Age in Central European Barbaricum – new research perspectives, Poznań 2017 (with M. Teska, P. Niedzielski, M. Żółkiewski); Archeologia sarbskich lasów, Sarbia 2017 (with M. Strawa, R. Bartkowiak, M. Teska). Editor-in-chief of the Journals Slavia Antiqua and Wielkopolskie Sprawozdania Archeologiczne. PL61-614 Poznań.
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.
is Associate Professor at History and Geography Department of Ion Creanga State Pedagogical University of Moldova, PhD in Archaeology (1996, Cluj-Napoca). Member of the Archaeological Research Centre from Moldova (from 2016 – vice president); member of the Scientific Council of the Orheiul Vechi Cultural-Natural Reserve; associate-member of the Archaeological Committee of the Moldovan Ministry of Culture; Corresponding member of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Römisch-Germanische Kommision. Member of the editorial board of the journals Plural. History. Society. Culture and Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova. His major scientific interests are determined by the Latene era issues in the South-East Europe, especially those linked with the Germanic population in the East-Carpatian forest steppe and their relations with the local population.
is currently Professor at 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 delivers 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 in the US, Germany, Romania, etc.