Molev Evgeny Aleksandrovich

 

 

SCOPUS ID 57203431730

WORK ADDRESS

National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod
603005, Nizhny Novgorod, 2 Ulyanov St.
Phone: +79877534916
E-mail: Molev.eugeny@yandex.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1996 – Professor at the Department of Ancient History and Middle Ages, State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod
1995 – Doctor of Historical Sciences
1986 – Associate Professor at the Department of General, Belgorod State University, Belgorod
1977 – Candidate of Historical Sciences
1968 – Diploma of Higher Education with qualification of “Historian; teacher of history and social science”. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod

POSITIONS HELD
1968-1969 – Researcher at Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum, Kerch
1969-1971 – Sociologist at Gorky plant named after G.I. Petrovsky, Gorky
1971-1977 – Head of the Department of Ancient History of Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum, Kerch
1977-1978 – Head of the Department of Archeology of Anapa Historical and Local History Museum, Anapa
1978-1992 – Assistant, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of General History of Belgorod State University, Belgorod
1992 -1995 – Associate Professor at the Department of Ancient History and the Middle Ages of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod
1995-1997 – Professor at the same Department
1997-2003 – Head of the same Department
2002-2012 – Dean of the Faculty of History, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod
2008-2013 – Head of the Department of Archeology, Art History and Museology, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod
2013 – to present - Professor at the Department of Ancient History and Classical Languages, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Ancient history and archeology

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
1992 - Excellence in Public Education Award of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation
2006 - Honored Worker of Higher Special Education of the Russian Federation
2012 - Honored Worker of the Higher School of the Russian Federation
2017 – Honored Worker of National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
Candidates of Sciences:
2010 – Ivanova N.V. History and historiography of primitive society in the works of Nizhny Novgorod historian V.T. Illarionov
2008 – Kuzina N.V. Cult of Dionysus in the Ancient States of the Northern Black Sea Region
2007 – Demichev K.A. United Kingdom policy in Punjab in the XIX century
2007 – Vorobyeva O.V. The colonization and town planning policies of Alexander the Great and his successors
2006 – Borisova V.S. The formation of the statehood of the Bosporus in the VI-V centuries. BC.
2006 – Gorozhanova A.N. The Lycians in the Greek tradition of VIII-V centuries. BC.
2005 – Rybakova A.A. The cult of infant God in the private and public life of the ancient Greeks
2003 – Maslov A.N. Trojan War and antiquity in the historical fiction of the Middle Ages
2003 – Antonov V.V. The Second Athenian League and the revival of imperial policy of Athens in the first half of the IV. BC.
2000 – Vashcheva I.Yu. Eusebius of Caesarea and the formation of early medieval historicism
2000 – Panov A.R. Bosporus and Rome: problems of cooperation and confrontation (1st century BC - mid-1st century AD)
Doctors of Sciences:
2013 – Vashcheva I.Yu. The phenomenon of “church stories” in the era of late antiquity
2009 – Panov A.R. The relationship of Rome with the states of the northern Black Sea Region and Transcaucasia in the period of the late republic - the early empire
2003 – Bolgov N.N. Problems of continuity in the context of the development of ancient civilization in the Northern Black Sea Region

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
• Modern University for the Humanities
• Russian Academy of Military Sciences

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL BOARDS OF JOURNALS
Editor-in-Chief:
1996-2009: Nizhny Novgorod Research on Regional studies and Archeology. N. Novgorod
1999-2003: From the History of the Antique Society. N. Novgorod
2005-2007: Antiquitas Aeterna. The Volga Region Journal of Antique Studies. N. Novgorod
2011-2018: Cultural Layer. N. Novgorod
Member of the Editorial Board:
2001 - to present: Bosporos Studies. Simferopol-Kerch
2003-2006: Vestnik of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. Series: History. N. Novgorod
2007 - to present: University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities. Penza
2008 - to present: Belgorod State University Scientific Bulletin. Series “History. Politology”. Belgorod
2011 - to present: Antique World and Archeology. Saratov

INVITED AND PLENARY REPORTS AT CONFERENCES
2017 - From the history of the Bosporus: Pharnac as the heir of Mithradates Eupator. XIX Zhebelev Readings
2017 – The sea factor in the Pontus war with Rome. XX Sergeevskie Readings
2015 - On one of the aspects of the semantics of the image of a hare in the Greek-Scythian toreutics

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS
Over 280

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
Monographs:
1. Mithridates Eupator. The creation of the Black Sea power. Saratov: SSU Publishing House, 1976. 5 p. sh
2. Bosporus in the Hellenism period. N. Novgorod, 1994. 140 p
3. The Lord of Pontus. N. Novgorod. 1995. 144 p
4. The political history of the Bosporus VI-IV centuries. BC. Tutorial. N. Novgorod, 1997
5. Bosporus city of Kyta. Monograph. Bosporian studies. Supplementum 6. Simferopol-Kerch, 2010. 40 p. sh
6. Faculty of History of. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. Monograph. N. Novgorod, 2011. 31.2 p. sh
7. Illustrated chronicle of the Kyta expedition. N. Novgorod: UNN, 2013. 6.7 p. sh
8. Bosporus city of Kyta. Issue. 2. Simferopol-Kerch, 2016. 54 p.sh (in co-authorship with N.V. Moleva)
9. The Bosporus antiquities. N. Novgorod: UNN Publishing House, 2017. 39.7 p.sh
Articles:
1. To a question of origin of dynasty of Pontic Mithridates. Journal of Ancient History, 1983, no. 4, pp. 131-139
2. Western-Pontic cities in the anti-Roman wars of Mithridates Eupator. Godevnik at Sofia University, 1985, vol.77.2, pp. 286-293
3. Bosporus in the composition of Pontus. Izvestiya na narodniya museum Bourgas, 2002, no. 4, pp. 59-68
4. Kyta. Ancient Greek colonies in the Black Sea. Thessaloniki, 2003, vol. II, pp.841-894
5. Bosporos and Chersonesos in the 4th – 2nd Centuries B.C. P.Guldager Bilde, J.M. Hojte & V.F. Stolba (eds.). The Cauldron of Ariantas. Studies presented to A.N. Shcheglov on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Aarchus, 2003, pp. 209-215
6. Kytaia: Phases of History. British Archaeological Rapports. International Series 1729, 2007, pp. 90-93
7. The resalts of new archaeological research of the Bosporos city of Kyta in 2005-2006. Pontika, 2008, p. 59 (in co-authorship with N.V. Moleva)
8. The totals of the excavation of the Bosporan city of Kyta in 1970-1995. Bulgaria Pontica medii Aevi, VI-VII, 2008, pp. 69-76
9. Bospor under the Rule of Mithridates VI Eupator. Mithridates VI and the Pontoc Kingdom. Black Sea Studies, 2009, no. 9, pp. 321-328
10. Scythians in the political history of the Bosporus VI-II centuries. BC. Journal of Ancient History, 2009, no. 3, pp. 155-165
11. Ľarchéologie à ľuniversitéď Etat de Nijni-Novgorod .Connaissance Hellenistique. Revue du centré de formation continue et ďeducationpermanente de ľ Universite de Provence. Aix-Marseille, 2010, pp. 6-16 (in co-authorship with A. Naumov)
12. On the probability of localization of Doros at the site of the ancient Kitea.Terra Barbarica. Lodz-Warszawa, 2010, pp.603-606
13. Sacral complexes of Kyta. Ancient sacral monuments in the Black sea. Thessaloniki, 2010, pp. 295-333 (in co-authorship with N.V. Moleva)
14. The results of New Archaeological Research at the Bosporan City of Kytaion in 2005-7. Recent Research on the Northern and Eastern Black Sea in Ancient Times. Proceedings of the International Conference, 21st-26th April 2008, Krakow. Eds. E. Papuci-Wladyka, M. Vickers, J. Bodzek, D. Braund (BAR International Series 2240). Oxford, 2011, pp. 261-268 (in co-authorship with N.V. Moleva)
15. Some results of the discussion on the problem of the formation of the Bosporan kingdom. Mnemon. Issue 12. St. Petersburg, 2013. pp. 166-172
16. Coins from the excavations of Kiteya 2005-2012. Notes of the Department of Numismatics and Toreutics of the Odessa Archaeological Museum. Issue II. Odessa: SMIL, 2014, pp. 50-58
17. History of the study of the semantics of the image of a hare in the Greek-Scythian toreutics. Vestnik of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, 2015, no. 2, pp. 57-65
18. Life sustenance of the Bosporan town of Kiteya according to archaeo-zoological evidence (excavations of 1970-1995). Archaeological News, 2015, no. 21, pp.140-147
19. The treasure of Late Bosporian staters from Kitey. Journal of Ancient History, 2012, no. 2, pp. 387-410 (in co-authorship with M.G. Abramzon)
20. Archon Hygiainon in the history of the Bosporus. Bosporian Studies. Volume XXXII. Kerch, 2016, pp. 50-60
21. On the reckoning of the time of the annual cycle on the Bosporus. Scientific Notes of Crimean Federal V.I. Vernadsky University. Series: Historical Science, 2016, vol. 2 (68), no. 1, pp. 165-174 (in co-authorship with N.V. Moleva)
22. To the question of the probability of subordination of the Bosporus to the Persians. Bosporian Studies. Issue. 33. Simferopol, 2016. pp. 17-29
23. Iranian heritage in the Pontian kingdom. IRANICA. Iranian empires and the Greco-Roman world in the VI BC. - VI AD. Kazan, 2017, pp. 276-283
24. Features of the defensive system of the Bosporan city of Kiteya (based on excavations of 1971-2012).
Crimea and the Northern Black Sea Region in archaeological research 1956-2013.The Crimea and the Northern Black Sea Coastin Archaeological Research 1956-2013, Światowit, Supplement Series C: Pontica et Caucasica, 2017, vol. 1. Eds. M.Matera, R. Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski, pp. 187-193

 

 

Дата создания: 10.09.2018 15:59
Дата обновления: 27.05.2021 13:38