Khusnutdinov Emil Azatovich (December 5, 1990, Naberezhnye Chelny, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation) – Archaeologist, research topic “Ananyino culture of corded ware ceramics of the Lower Kama Region”. Junior Research Associate at the Security Research Department of the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. He graduated from the Faculty of History and Management of the Naberezhnye Chelny Institute of Social-Pedagogical Technologies and Resources in 2013. While studying at the institute, Emil Azatovich headed a student archeological circle and worked as a Junior Curator at the Local History Museum of Naberezhnye Chelny. In 2013 he entered the postgraduate school of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences under the supervision of Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Research Associate A.A. Chizhevsky. In 2016 graduated Emil Azatovich finished the post-graduate school. In 2016 he started working at the Security Research Department of the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences.
Academic Interests: primeval archaeology of the Volga-Kama region, Early Iron Age, Ananyino Cultural and Historical Area, archaeological sites of the Lower Kama Region.
Main Scientific Works and Publications:
- Study of fortifications at Maklasheevsky 2 settlement in 2014 // Materials of the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference 15tyh Baderov’s Readings on the Archaeology of the Urals and the Volga Region. 2016, pp. 119-125 (co-authors: Chizhevsky A.A., Khisyametdinova A.A., Vyazov L.A., Lyganov A.V.)
- Clay figurine from Tatarsko-Suksinsky settlement // The Volga Region Archaeology No. 3 (17). 2016, pp. 161-167 (co-author: Belyaev A.V.)
- Celts from the excavation materials of Menzelinsky burial ground // Proceedings of the Final Conference of the International Field School in Bolgar. 2015, pp. 347-350.