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3.01.1991
89046444440
tyttokulta@yandex.ru

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
29.09.2017–29.06.2018   
A.P. Karpinsky Russian Geological Research Institute (VSEGEI), Department of regional geoecology and marine geology (0,25)
 
 
Haridustee
2008–2016   
Peterburi Riiklik Ülikool, Arheoloogia Osakond
 
 
Lisainfo
Since 2007 have participated in many archaeological expeditions in Russia (Leningrad, Novgorod, Moscow and Novosibirsk districts and Karelia republic), Ukraine and Estonia under the guidance of Mikhajlova E. R., Belskij S. V., Sorokin P. E., Nosov E. N., Beljaeva V. I., Gerasimov D. V., Gusentsova T. M., Lozovskaja O. V., Murashkin A. I., Molodin V. I., Kriiska A. In 2014 and 2017 had my own archaeological survey in Leningrad district.
In 2014-2016 taught a lecture course "Basics of archaeology" in Saint Petersburg City Palace of Youth Creativity (Anichkov lyceum).

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2015, Margarita Kholkina, A winner of grant contest of Saint-Petersburg for students, postgraduates and young scientists.
2015, Margarita Kholkina, Received a grant scholarship of the President of the Russian Federation.
2014, Margarita Kholkina, A winner of grant contest of Saint-Petersburg for students, postgraduates and young scientists.
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.3. Ajalooteadused ja arheoloogia; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: H340 Arheoloogia; TÄPSUSTUS: Archaeology
 
 
Lisainfo
Research experience: during the work on my PhD I have analyzed, described and prepared for inclusion in the Museum Fund of the Russian Federation around 54 thousands ceramic shards of different periods and types from archeological collections of the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland region from the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. The analyzed shards were arranged into suppositive vessels and described according to a wide list of properties including technology, morphology and decoration with the use of traditional archaeological and modern scientific methods. My PhD work also includes the critical systematization of different pottery typologies suggested for the ceramics of 4-3 mill. BC. The acquired results constitute the basis for the reconstruction of historical and cultural processes in the Eastern Europe forest zone during the Holocene. They can be used in lectures on archaeology and ancient history, in museum expositions and in cultural and chronological attribution of new ceramic complexes.
Participation in grant projects:
"Geoarchaeology of the Karelian Isthmus" (RFBR № 12-06-00348a);
"Archaeology and paleogeography of South Ladoga region in Holocene" (RFBR № 13-06-00548a);
"The last pioneers of Europe: formation of social-cultural units in the Gulf of Finland region in Early and Middle Holocene environmental changes" (RFBR № 15-06-05548);
"The Earliest Colonization of Siberia: Formation and Dynamics of the North Asian Cultures" (Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation grant № 14.Z50.31.0010);
Organization and carrying out of international scientific conference "Cultural processes in the Circum-Baltic space in the Early and Middle Holocene" (RFBR № 17-06-20069);
"The impact of global, regional and subregional natural factors on the development of coastal morphosystems of the eastern Gulf of Finland as a human living environment" (RSF № 17-77-20041).
Conferences: the main results of the study were presented on regional and international conferences in Russia (Arkhangelsk, 2010; Tver, 2011-2017; Saint-Petersburg, 2012-2017; Moscow, 2015), on 19th, 20th and 22nd annual meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists (Plzeň, Czech Republic, 2013; Istanbul, Turkey, 2014; Vilnius, Lithuania, 2016), on Training School "Paleo-coastlines of the Baltic Sea and Stone Age coastal settlements" (Pärnu, Estonia, 2012), in the Finno-Russian Archaeological Symposium (Helsinki, Finland, 2014).
19.08.2021
3.01.1991
89046444440
tyttokulta@yandex.ru

Career

Institutions and positions
29.09.2017–29.06.2018   
A.P. Karpinsky Russian Geological Research Institute (VSEGEI), Department of regional geoecology and marine geology (0,25)
 
 
Education
2008–2016   
Saint-Petersburg State University, Department of archaeology
 
 
Additional information
Since 2007 have participated in many archaeological expeditions in Russia (Leningrad, Novgorod, Moscow and Novosibirsk districts and Karelia republic), Ukraine and Estonia under the guidance of Mikhajlova E. R., Belskij S. V., Sorokin P. E., Nosov E. N., Beljaeva V. I., Gerasimov D. V., Gusentsova T. M., Lozovskaja O. V., Murashkin A. I., Molodin V. I., Kriiska A. In 2014 and 2017 had my own archaeological survey in Leningrad district.
In 2014-2016 taught a lecture course "Basics of archaeology" in Saint Petersburg City Palace of Youth Creativity (Anichkov lyceum).

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2015, Margarita Kholkina, A winner of grant contest of Saint-Petersburg for students, postgraduates and young scientists.
2015, Margarita Kholkina, Received a grant scholarship of the President of the Russian Federation.
2014, Margarita Kholkina, A winner of grant contest of Saint-Petersburg for students, postgraduates and young scientists.
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.3. History and Archaeology; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: H340 Archaeology ; SPECIFICATION: Archaeology
 
 
Additional information
Research experience: during the work on my PhD I have analyzed, described and prepared for inclusion in the Museum Fund of the Russian Federation around 54 thousands ceramic shards of different periods and types from archeological collections of the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland region from the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. The analyzed shards were arranged into suppositive vessels and described according to a wide list of properties including technology, morphology and decoration with the use of traditional archaeological and modern scientific methods. My PhD work also includes the critical systematization of different pottery typologies suggested for the ceramics of 4-3 mill. BC. The acquired results constitute the basis for the reconstruction of historical and cultural processes in the Eastern Europe forest zone during the Holocene. They can be used in lectures on archaeology and ancient history, in museum expositions and in cultural and chronological attribution of new ceramic complexes.
Participation in grant projects:
"Geoarchaeology of the Karelian Isthmus" (RFBR № 12-06-00348a);
"Archaeology and paleogeography of South Ladoga region in Holocene" (RFBR № 13-06-00548a);
"The last pioneers of Europe: formation of social-cultural units in the Gulf of Finland region in Early and Middle Holocene environmental changes" (RFBR № 15-06-05548);
"The Earliest Colonization of Siberia: Formation and Dynamics of the North Asian Cultures" (Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation grant № 14.Z50.31.0010);
Organization and carrying out of international scientific conference "Cultural processes in the Circum-Baltic space in the Early and Middle Holocene" (RFBR № 17-06-20069);
"The impact of global, regional and subregional natural factors on the development of coastal morphosystems of the eastern Gulf of Finland as a human living environment" (RSF № 17-77-20041).
Conferences: the main results of the study were presented on regional and international conferences in Russia (Arkhangelsk, 2010; Tver, 2011-2017; Saint-Petersburg, 2012-2017; Moscow, 2015), on 19th, 20th and 22nd annual meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists (Plzeň, Czech Republic, 2013; Istanbul, Turkey, 2014; Vilnius, Lithuania, 2016), on Training School "Paleo-coastlines of the Baltic Sea and Stone Age coastal settlements" (Pärnu, Estonia, 2012), in the Finno-Russian Archaeological Symposium (Helsinki, Finland, 2014).
19.08.2021

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Пересмотр материалов поселения каменного века Рийгикюла I (Эстония) Хрусталева И. Ю.; Крийска А.; Холкина М. А.2019Самарский научный вестник1.2.Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut
Рийгикюла I (Эстония), переосмысление материалов неолитического поселения 65 лет спустяХрусталева И. Ю.; Крийска А.; Холкина М. А.2019Эволюция неолитических культур Восточной Европы. Материалы международной конференции, посвященной 120-летию М.Е. Фосс, 110-летию Н.Н. Гуриной и 80-летию А.Т. Синюка.5.2.Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut