Alexander W. (United Kingdom)
spec. ethnology of Himalayas and Tibet; Honorary Research
Director, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS),
spec. modern history of Europe; Professor, Institute of History,
University of Warsaw.
spec. ancient history and archaeology of North Africa; Professor,
Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tunis I.
spec. Byzantinology, especially history of the society and
the State institutions; Professor, University of Belgrade;
Research councillor, Institute for Byzantine Studies, Serbian
Academy of Sciences and Arts.
spec. Ottoman history; Emeritus Professor, Université de Provence;
Honorary President of the International Committee of Pre-Ottoman
and Ottoman Studies; member of the Institut de France (Académie
des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres).Deceased.
J.P. (Northern Ireland)
spec. archaeology of Indo-European-speaking peoples; Senior
Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's
Rodríguez, José Luis (Spain)
spec. Spanish medieval history; Professor, National University
of Distance Learning, Madrid.
Shaw, Carlos (Spain)
spec. early modern History; Professor, University of Barcelona;
President, Centre for Studies of Early Modern History 'Pierre
Hassan (Saudi Arabia)
spec. archaeology; Assistant Deputy Minister for Antiquities
and Museum Affairs of Saudi Arabia; Editor-in-Chief of Atlal,
journal of Saudi Arabian Archaeology.
Vadim M. (Russian Federation)
spec. history of Central Asia; Corresp. Member, Academy of
Sciences of Turkmenia, Deutsches archäol. Institute and IsMEO
(Rome); Member, Royal Danish Academy of Sci. and Lit., Society
of Antiquaries (London), Institute of Archaeology of the Russian
Academy of Sciences.
Victor V. (Russian Federation) (the late)
spec. history and ethnography of the peoples of North and
Eastern Africa, medieval Arabic works on Africa; former Head
of the African Department of the Anthropology and Ethnography
Museum to the Russian Academy of Sciences.
W. (United States of America)
spec. history of art; Professor of the History of Art and
South Asia Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
James (United Kingdom)
spec. archaeology of western Asia and in particular of Anatolia;
Professor, Institute of Archaeology, University of London.
Member, British Academy.
Harris (Côte dIvoire)
spec. political anthropology and history of slavery; Honorary
Professor and President for the Scientific Committee for the
International Council on Economic and Social Research for
J. (Russian Federation)
spec. Neolithic and Bronze Age in the European part of the
post-Soviet- republics; Professor, Chief of Neolithic and
Bronze Age Section at the Institute of Archaeology of the
Russian Academy of Sciences.
spec. Tibetology; Professor, Ecole Pratique Des Hautes Etudes,
Sciences Historiques et Philologiques (Chair of Sciences and
Civilization of the Tibetan World), Paris; Director, UPR 299:
Milieux, Sociétés et Cultures en Himalaya, Centre National
de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris.
spec. ethnohistory of Central Andes; Professor of Anthropology,
University of San Marcos, Lima; Member, Chilean Academy of
History; Senior Researcher, Simon Rodriguez Foundation, Buenos
( United Kingdom)
spec. South Asian history and art history, western representations
of non-western countries, colonialism and nationalism; Reader
in Art History, University of Sussex.
spec. Neolithic and Metal ages; Director of the Musée Des
Antiquités nationales, Saint Germain-en-Laye, Director URA
880 CRNS; Director, Laboratoire de Recherche Des Musées de
spec. history and archaeology of Ancient Egypt; formerly President
of the Egyptian Organisation of Monuments, Professor at Alexandria
spec. Greek ancient history; Professor, University of Paris
Parouir M. (Republic of Armenia)
spec. Caucasus medieval history and culture, orientalist,
Professor of History, Head of Department for Caucasusology
and Byzantium Studies, Institute of Oriental Studies, Armenian
Academy of Sciences, Erivan
Mohammad Rafique (Pakistan)
spec. protohistory of South Asia; General Director of Archaeology
and Museums, Government of Pakistan; formerly Archaeological
Advisor to the Government of Bahrain; Visiting Scholar and
Lecturer, Universities of California, Berkeley and Pennsylvania,
spec. ancient philosophy and literature; Professor, Member,
Academy of Sciences (Berlin); Member of the Leibniz-Sozietät.
spec. Medieval Scandinavian history; Emeritus Professor, University
of Caen; Member of the Académie Des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres
spec. ancient history; Professor, University La Sapienza (Rome);
President, Consiglio Scientifico dell'Istituto di Studi Micenei
ed Egeo-anatofici (Rome CNR).
spec. history of sciences, philosophy and Islamic studies;
former Professor and Dean, Tehran University; founder and
first President, Iranian Academy of Philosophy; currently
University Professor, The George Washington University; Member,
Institut International de Philosophie.
é Nziem, Isidore (Democratic Republic of Congo)
spec. history of Central Africa; Tutelary Professor,
Department of History, Faculty of Arts, University of Kinshasa;
Associate Director of Studies, African Studies Centre, Ecole
Des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris; President,
Society of Congolese Historians.
spec. archaeology; Head, Section of Culture of the Institute
of History; Member of Academy of Sciences of Tajik Republic,
spec. human relations with the palaeo-environment, traditional
agrarian techniques and economic systems; socio-political
and iconographic aspects of early Mesoamerica and the Olmec
civilization at the Centre of Mexican and Central American
Djibril Tamsir (Guinea)
Dr. . United States of America of Tufts University, Massachusetts;
spec. in the Mandigo world; former Director of the Foundation
L.S. Senghor, Dakar; Editor of vol. IV of General History
of Africa; former Dean of the Faculty of Literature; Conakry.
spec. Roman history; Professor, University of Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne),
Member, Academie Des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres (Paris).
spec. East Asian archaeology; Professor, Department of Archaeology,
Faculty of Literature, Kyushu University at Fukuoka.
Anatoly. P. (Russian Federation)(the late)
spec. Medieval History of Transcaucasia and Middle Asia; Professor,
Moscow State University; Editor-in-Chief of the annual Ancient
States on the USSR Territory +; Corresponding Member
of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Director, Institute of
Russian History of RAS.
spec. prehistoric archaeology of the southern part of South
America; Professor and cofounder of the Institute of Archaeological
Research at the Northern University in Atacama. Member, Chilean
Academy of Social Sciences.
spec. archaeology of Sub Saharan Africa; formerly Director
of National Museums and Monuments of Ghana in Accra.
deceased; spec. African archaeology and cultural history.
spec. ancient history of Africa and civilizations of the Nile
Valley; Professor, University of Brazzaville; Member of the
Société Française d'Egyptologie.
spec. African ethnoarchaeology and cultural resource management;
Senior Research Fellow in Archaeology, Institute of African
Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria; Vice-president,
Archaeological Association of Nigeria; Associate Editor, West
African Journal of Archaeology
spec. history of Islamic and Turkish art; Vice President,
Ege University, Izmir; Professor, Faculty of Letters; member
of the Commission of the Heritage Classes, Council of Europe.
spec. European Upper Palaeolithic; Professor, University of
Anthony (United Kingdom)
spec. intellectual history and history of colonial ideologies;
Harry C. Black Professor of History, The Johns Hopkins University.
spec. history of South-east Europe; Professor, University
spec. late Greco-Roman antiquity; Professor of Latin and Latin
literature, Faculty of Letters, University of Geneva.
spec. human sciences; Director of Publications, Museo
Nacional de Historia (1969-1975); Director, Program of Letters
and Social Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú;
Head, Department of Humanities, Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Peru. Deceased
spec. of European and Mediterranean Bronze and Iron Age; Professor
for European Protohistory, University of Rome.
John R. (United States of America)
spec. history of Iran, Persian language and culture; Professor,
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University
David W. (United Kingdom)
spec. African prehistory; Editor, African Archaeological Review;
Curator, Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Radomir (Czech Republic)
spec. earliest history of Bohemia and later prehistory of
Europe, ancient technology; Researcher, Archaeological Institute
(Prague); Assistant Professor, Charles University (Prague).
spec. Islamic history and civilization in the Balkans; Director
of Research CNRS, Lecturer, lEcole Pratique Des Hautes
Etudes, 4th section, Paris.
Galina A. (Uzbekistan)
spec. history of architecture and fine arts of Central Asia,
archaeology of Central Asia; member, Academy of Sciences of
Uzbekistan, Tashkent; Honorary member, International Academy
of Architecture of Eastern Countries, Bacu.