Marina Koleva

22 Mar 2018

Marina Koleva

Marina Koleva
Assoc. Prof. PhD
Acient Art research group Main areas of research: Roman art; Roman statuary; art in the Roman provinces of Moesia Inferior and Thrace; Roman copies
 

2005: PhD, doctoral thesis on Early Roman Statuaries from Bulgarian Lands from Augustus to Hadrian (problems of the origin and development);
2001–2004: Doctoral studies at IAS, BAS;
1998: MA in Archaeology.
Joined IAS in 2009.
 
Specialised at:
1 March 2009 – 31 May 2009: Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science, Universität Wien: Replicas of Classical Greek Originals in Roman Statuary in the round from the Bulgarian Lands;
1 April 2004 – 30 April 2004; 1 June 2003 – 30 June 2003: French School at Athens, Greece;
1 October 2002 – 31 December 2002: Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science, Universität Wien, Austria: Early Roman Statuaries from Bulgarian Lands from Augustus to Hadrian.
 
Publications:
Колева, М.. Римска идеална скулптура от България. Институт за изследване на изкуствата, 2017, ISBN:978-954-8594-68-4, 391;
– Колева, М. Възможности за датиране на римските скулптурни паметници;
– Сборник в памет на академик Д. П. Димитров, С. 2013, 429-438;
– Колева, М. Бележки върху копирането на скулптурата през римската епоха. Изкуствоведски четения 2012, С., 2013, 62-69;
– Колева, М. Римска идеална скулптура. – In: Изкуство и идеология, 2012, 210-214;
– Колева, М. Влияние на портретите на Александър Македонски върху римските херми от България. – In: Изкуство и контекст, С., 2007, 3-10;
– Колева, М. Портретна пластика от Хадриановата епоха. – Проблеми на изкуството, 4, 2005, 3-15.

Assoc. Prof. Marina Koleva PhD has participated in conferences such as:

– 2003–2015: Art Readings; IAS.
 
Public lectures:
– 24 October 2012, Hauskolloquium, Römische-Germanische Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Frankfurt: The Sculpture from the Temple of the Pontic Mother of Gods in Dionysopolis..
– 19 May 2009, Hauskolloquium, Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science, Universität Wien: Introducing Roman Sculpture into Thracian Lands.