Ekaterina Kashina is an archaeologist from Moscow. She graduated with a thesis entitled “Small Sculpture of the European Russian Forest Zone in Neolithic and Eneolithic” from Moscow State Lomonosov University in 2005. Following this she became researcher and curator in the State Historical Museum of Moscow, where she has already been assistant since 2001. There she investigates the Trans-Urals Neolithic-Eneolithic archaeological collections. Her research mainly deals with the archaeology of the North Eurasian Late Stone Age, particularly the forest zone of European Russia, Eastern Baltic and Scandinavia, mobile and rock art, ritual life of hunter-gatherers, their contacts and exchange. At Topoi Ekatarina collaborates with the Atlas of Innovations and works on a database of prehistoric art in Eurasia and a scientific commentary for an interactive map of hunter-gatherer art.

Activities

Further Activities

2016 Exhibition “It was in the Stone Age…”
at State Historical Museum, Moscow
Curator
2010 Exhibition “Archaeological finds. Prehistory, Antiquity, Slavic Hoards, Rich Weapons”
at State Historical Museum, Moscow
Curator
2009 Exhibition “Antiquities of Chukotka. The Assignation of Artefacts to the State Historical Museum by S. Gusev” at State Historical Museum, Moscow
Curator