|Died||December 28, 1946|
|Alma mater||Lomonosov Moscow State University|
Alexander Stolyarov - (December 28, 1946) - Soviet and Russian historian, scholar in Asian studies, Ph.D. He is also an expert in the North India history of early medieval, Indian epigraphy and diplomacy. Associated professor of the Department of Foreign Regional Studies and Foreign Policy, Faculty of International Relations, Political Science and Foreign Regional Studies, Institute of History and Archives and Director of the International Center for South Asian Studies, Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH). He works on the computer methods for processing epigraphy. Author and compiler of the Diplomatica Indica DataBase (DIDB).
Alexander Stolyarov is born in Moscow on December 28, 1946. His mother - Gita Levitanskaya (1916–1994) was a proofreader of the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper. His father - Alexander Stolyarov (1904–1988) was a portrait painter, book graphic artist. He graduated from the No. 704. mathematical class of the middle school in 1964. In 1970 he graduated from the Institute of Oriental Languages at Moscow State University.
In 1970-1991 he worked at the Institute of Scientific Information on Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Since August 1991 to the present – he is a senior researcher of the Department of Oriental History of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Since October 2010 he works as a Director of the International Scientific Center for South Asian Studies, Russian State University for the Humanities. Since 2013 he is an Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Regional Studies and Foreign Policy, Faculty of International Relations, Political Science and Foreign Regional Studies, Institute of History and Archives. Academic career In 1978 he defended his PhD thesis on the topic "Socio-political system of the Pala Empire (based on the results of the epigraphy)". The dissertation advisor is – Dr. Leonid Alaev, Ph.D.
Dr. Alexander Stolyarov participated some World Sanskrit Conference|World Sanskrit Conferences: IV (1979), X (1997) and XI (2000) and as well as the I, X and XI International Conferences of Asian Scholars (ICAS). Since 1997 – to present time Dr. Alexander Stolyarov is a regular participant of "Initiatives to create electronic cultural atlases" 'seminars (Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative - ECAI).
He is also an organizer of the first seven congresses of Russian orientalists, as well as seven congresses on the topic "Historical sources of Eurasian and North African civilizations" (together with the Dr. Dmitry Vasilyev, Russian Turkologist, head of the epigraphic expeditions of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, head of the Department of Oriental History of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1993–2021), Vice-President of the Orientalists 'Society of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Honorary Member of the Turkish Linguistic Society. Dr. Alexander Stolyarov is an editor-in-chief of thirteen issues of the "Digital Libraries and Databases on the History of Eurasia in the Middle Ages" ' bulletin In 2011 he was an organizer of the first international conference "Open Pages in South Asian Studies" ("White Spots - 1") held at Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) and the second conference "White Spots-2" held in RSUH in 2013. As a result of two conferences the collection "White Spots in the Study of South Asia" was published in 2014 under financial support of the Association for South Asian Studies (SASA) and the RSUH.
The third conference "Blind Spots in South Asian Studies" (Blind Spots-3) was organized jointly with the University of Guwahati (Assam, India) in January 2019. Dr. Alexander Stolyarov is a member of the editorial board of Eastern Courier Messenger.
- ↑ "Сотрудники Института востоковедения РАН". www.ivran.ru.
- ↑ "Alexander Stolyarov | IIAS". www.iias.asia.
- ↑ "Seminar on Reviewing 70 years of India-Russia Diplomatic Relations & Future prospects Details". amity.edu.
- ↑ "NEWS". Российский государственный гуманитарный университет.
- ↑ "Available Titles from SASA Books – South Asian Studies Association".
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