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Valentin Bulkin
Valentin Bulkin
About

Born November 30, 1937. Since 1970 has been a teacher at the Department of Art History. In 1975 defended his Candidate's dissertation ("Italian Motives in Old Russian Architecture of the 16th Century"). For many years has been Academic Secretary and a member of the specialised Academic Council for awarding Candidate's (Kandidat nauk) degrees at the Faculty of History, St.Petersburg State University. Since the 1970s has been head of the Architecture and Archaeology Expedition of Leningrad State University/St.Petersburg State University. Several dozens of old Russian architectural monuments have been explored under his guidance, including those in Kiev, Novgorod, Polotsk, Tver, Torzhok, Uglich, and other towns and cities. Valentin Bulkin has made a most significant contribution into Old Russian Art History: he has published nearly 200 printed works devoted mainly to the studies in the history of architecture. The main work of Valentin Bulkin's life is, by all means, teaching. In the course of the previous decades he has taught many dozens of specialists in Old Russian Art History who now work in research and educational institutions of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Tver, Pskov, Novgorod, Tikhvin, etc. 



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