Dr. Roman Shiroukhov

Wissenschaftlicher Mittarbeiter (Drittmittelprojekt)

Forschungsprofil

  • Baltische Archäologie
  • Archäologische Chronologie

Werdegang

Work and project experience

  • Sept 2017 – present: Centre for Baltic and Scandinavian Archaeology (ZBSA, Germany), from 2024: LEIZA
  • 2022-2025 – DFG-gefördertes Deutsch-Ukrainisches Forschungsprojekt „Baltische Migranten an der Ostgrenze der Kiewer Rus‘. Der spätwikingerzeitliche archäologische Komplex von Ostriv am Ros’ (Ukraine)“. Post-Doc.
  • 2019-2021 – “Baltic migrants in Kievan Rus’. Comparative study of the 11th century Ostriv cemetery in Ukraine”. Pilot-project. Collaboration with IA NASU (Ukraine) and CAU Kiel.
  • 2017-2019.-  New dating approaches for the Late Iron Ageof the South-East Baltic Region. Alexander von Humboldt Stifftung post-doc project.
  • 2013-2017,  Vilnius University, Lithuania. Researcher.
  • 2013-2015 -Social, economical and cultural development ofthe Western Balts in the 10th-13th centuries.Post-doc project.
  • 2013-2014, Klaipeda University, Lithuania. Researcher, Lecturer.
  • 2008-2014, Kaliningrad State Museum of History and Art, Russia - (2012-2014 part time) - Archaeologist, archival project "Gathering Prussia" (2011-2014).

Educational history

  • Klaipeda University (Lithuania). Doctoral Studies, 2007-2012.
  • PhD in History and Archaeology, Nov. 2007 – Nov. 2012,
    Doctoral thesis: “Contacts between Prussians and Curonians in the 11th – early 13th centuries, according to the Archaeological Data”, defended 16-11-2012.
  • Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia), BA/MA (History, Prehistory),  Sept 2001 - Jun 2006. Studied: World History, Ancient History, Russian History, History of the Baltic sea region countries; Prehistory, Ethnography, Anthropology, History of Art.
    Diploma (2006): Gods of the Balts (in the context of Indo-European polytheism).

Project activities and achievements summary

  • Preparation and writing of the application for the DFG-funded project (together with Jens Schneeweiß) (2022-2025 First phase, second phase planned),
  • Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Foundation award and project (2017-2019),
  • Vladimir Potanin Foundation Museum's prize and pop-sci project (2016),
  • Vilnius University post-doc research project (2013-2015).

Kontakt

 Leibniz-Zentrum für Archäologie (LEIZA-ZBSA)
Schloss Gottorf
Schlossinsel 1

24837 Schleswig
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