Doctor of History,
Professor at the Anthropology and Social Technologies Department
Andrey O. Dobroliubskiy
Born in 1949.
In 1971 graduated
from the History Department of the State University (Odessa).
From 1973 till 1976 - the postgraduate studies – the History
of the Ancient World and Middle Ages Department of the same
In 1976-986 – Ukraine
National Academy of Science, the Institute of Archaeology
research associate. In 1981 upheld Ph.D. thesis «Nomads of
IX-XIV c.c. in Western steppes of Black Sea coast regions».
In 1986-1989 – functions
as the head of the Archaeology Department in Odessa regional
In 1986-1989 – head
of the UNESCO-ICOM Archaeologic expedition. From 1986 works
in the South Ukrainian Pedagogical University (Odessa): in
1992 – assistant professor, in 1995 – professor, in 1997 –
head of the History of Ukraine Department, since 2003 – head
of the Universal History Department.
In 1991 upheld doctoral
thesis «Nomads of IX-XIV c.c. in Western steppes of Black
Sea coast regions»(historic-archaeologic research) in St.
History, archaeology, Study of North Black Sea coast regions’
lores, archaeologic theory and principles, problems of nomandism,
problems of ethnic and social history, Ancient archaeology,
Cultural Anthropology, Historic and archaeologic researches
of Odessa, Kherson, Ismail.
Author of more than
150 works, including nine books.
– specialist with 35 years of experience of archaeologic works
in Ukraine, Molodva, Middle East, North Caucas etc. specialist
in excavations of burial mounds, Ancient and Middle Ages monuments
of modern cities of Black Sea region. Head of archaeologic
expeditions in Chufut-Cale (Bahchisarai, Crimea), Ismail fortress,
Zilga (Osethia) under the aegis of UNESCO «Great Silk Road».
Head of the archaeologic excavations in Odessa, Kherson (1995-2004).
– honourary Doctor of Erciyes University in Kaiseri, Turkey,
chairman of the Black Sea Association of the Archaeologists
(Odessa). Included in the "Dictionary of International
Biography. Who`s Who of Intellectuals". - 11-th Edition.
- Cambridge, 1994.
In the High Anthropological
School gives lectures on Ethology.