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Valentina Mordvintseva

  • Valentina Mordvintseva has been at HSE since 2019.

Responsibilities

Archaeological expeditions, research, and teaching at the Centre of Classical and Oriental Archaeology

Education and Degrees

  • 1996

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)

  • 1990

    Degree
    Volgograd State University

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Courses (2019/2020)

Publications28

Conferences

  • 2019

    Вторые Романовские чтения (Москва). Presentation: Сарматский звериный стиль – сфера идей и сфера вещей

  • 2018

    Боспорский Феномен. Общее и особенное в историко-культурном пространстве античного мира. (Санкт-Петербург.). Presentation: Политические элиты «варваров» Крыма и их сетевые связи в III–II вв. до н.э. по материалам погребальных памятников элиты

  • Power, Status and Symbols in the Black Sea in Antiquity (Вроцлав). Presentation: Expression of Power and Status in the Barbarian Cultures of the Crimea (3rd c. BCE – 3rd c. CE) and Networking of Political Elites
  • Advances in Ancient Black Sea Studies: Scholarly Traditions and Preservation of Cultural Heritage (Констанца). Presentation: Scholarly Traditions in the Studies of Crimean Scythia and the Late Scythian Culture

  • 2017

    ΙΙΙ Международный конгресс средневековой археологии евразийских степей "Между Востоком и Западом: движение культур, технологий и империй" (Владивосток). Presentation: Мир-системный анализ в археологии на примере звериного стиля Евразии сарматского времени

Editorial board membership

  • 2014: Member of the Editorial Board, Проблемы истории, филологии, культуры.

  • 2010: Member of the Editorial Board, Anabasis. Studia Classica et Orientalia.

Grants

2018-2020

Principal researcher in the project RSF (Russian Scientific Foundation) № 18-18-00237 ‘Bosporus and the Northern Colchis. Greek colonies in a non-Greek surrounding: dynamics of interaction of differently organized societies’.

2015-2017

Principal researcher in the project RSF (Russian Scientific Foundation) № 15-18-30047 ‘The Crimean Scythia in the network of cultural relations between East and West (3 c. BC – 7 c. AD)’.

2006–2009

Organizer and manager of the project ‘Restoration of Chinese lacquer boxes found in the South-Western Crimea’, funded by the Sumitomo Foundation, Kyoto, Nara, Japan.

2005–2008

Principal researcher of the project ‘Research and publication of the collection of gold and silver objects of Krasnodar State History and Archaeology Museum (7th cent. BC – 7th cent. AD)’, funded by the Russian Humanities Foundation № 07-01-38109а/Ю.

2001–2003

Participant in the project ‘Between technical and artistic innovation and conservatism in local traditions: Toreutics works and decorative objects in the northern Black Sea region’, funded by the German Research Association (DFG), Berlin and Cologne, Germany.

1999

Head of the Project ‘Ancient toreutic work in the Sarmatian culture’, funded by the Russian Humanities Foundation, Volgograd, Russia (No. 99-01-00019).


Employment history

Since 2019

Associate Professor at High School of Economics

Since 2015

Senior Researcher at the Institute of World History Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

2017-2018

Senior Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev

2016-2017

Head of Department at the Institute of Archaeology of the Crimea, Russian Academy of Sciences, Simferopol.

2001–2015

Senior Researcher at the Crimean Filial of the Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Simferopol.

1996–2001

Senior Researcher, Associate Professor at Volgograd State University

1992–1994

Junior Researcher at the Department of Archaeology of Volgograd Museum of Local Lore

1991–1992

Junior Researcher at the archaeological laboratory of Volgograd State University

Archaeological Mission and Archaeological School in Agrigento, Italy

From the 1st to the 12th of May, 2019 an Archaeological School took place in the city of Agrigento on the Sicily, Italy. It was organized by the Centre of Classical and Oriental Archaeology, IOCS HSE (Prof. Dr.hab. Askold Ivantchik, Prof. Dr. Valentina Mordvintseva, Yuri Svoyski, Engineer). The School was conducted in the frame of an international archaeological expedition (University of Bordeaux-Montaigne, France and HSE, Russia, with the participation of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, USA).

Historical Sarmatians and the Sarmatian archaeological culture

On the 13th of March, Valentina Mordvintseva, the associate professor at IOCS HSE, lecturer in the Master’s program “Classical and Oriental Archeology” gave a lecture on “Historical Sarmatians and the Sarmatian archaeological culture” at the Institute of History of the University of Rzeszow, Poland.

“The ups and downs of elites. Symbols of power in archaeological contexts”: a lecture of Valentina Mordvintseva

On November the 22nd, Associate Professor (IOCS HSE) and lecturer in the Master’s program in Classical and Oriental Archeology delivered a lecture on elite burials in antiquity.

Presentation of a new book about Crimean Scythia

On November the 21st, a presentation of a new collective monograph “Crimean Scythia in a system of cultural relations between East and West (3rd century BC – 7th century AD)” prepared under the editorship of Askold Ivantchik and Valentina Mordvintseva (Master’s Programme ‘Classical and Oriental Archaeology’ at IOCS HSE) took place at the Department of Comparative Studies of Ancient Civilizations of the Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Askold Ivantchik and Valentina Mordvintseva in Constance (Romania)

From the 20th to the 24th of August, 2018, took place the International Conference “Advances in Ancient Black Sea Studies: Scholarly Traditions & Preservation of Cultural Heritage” organized by the Institute of Archaeology in Jasi and the Museum of National History and Archaeology of Constance (Romania).

Valentina Mordvintseva on Expression of Power and Status in the Barbarian Cultures of the Crimea and Networking of Political Elites

On the 29th of Jule, 2018, a workshop “Power, status and symbols in the Black Sea area in antiquity” was hold at the University of Wroclaw being organized by the Institute of History of Wroclaw University (Poland) and University of Waterloo (Canada).