Category: Permanent Team

The permanent team

Nikolia Kartalou

Nikolia-Sotiria Kartalou Nikolia Kartalou is an architect (TEE, ARB), researcher and educator based in Edinburgh, UK. She holds a PhD in Architecture and an MSc in Architectural Conservation from the University of Edinburgh and a Diploma in Architecture Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.   Alongside her architectural practice in Edinburgh, she is a Tutor […]

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Iro Mathioudaki

Iro Mathioudaki is a pottery specialist. She has finished her PhD concerning pottery from the Mainland Greece (Mainland Polychrome ware) at the University of Athens. She has studied and (co-) published pottery assemblages from several places of Mainland Greece, Crete and the Cyclades of the Middle and early Late Bronze Age (1800 – 1500 BC), […]

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Diana Wolf

Diana Wolf is currently completing her MA degree at the Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Heidelberg. She has previous experience excavating in the Bronze Age necropolis of Koumasa, Central Crete, as well as Eisenberg, Germany. Her special interest lies in social constructions of the body as well as questions of social cognition.

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Agata Ulanowska

Agata Ulanowska is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Aegean Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. Her research interests focus on the Bronze Age Aegean, textile production and technology, experimental and experience archaeology and Aegean seals and sealing practices. She holds a PhD in Aegean archaeology from the University of Warsaw. […]

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Llorenç Picornell Gelabert

Llorenç Picornell Gelabert (University of the Balearic Islands) is postdoctoral research fellow of the ArqueoUIB Research Team. He is specialist in anthracology/charcoal analysis and ethnoarchaeology. His Master thesis (University of Barcelona 2008) focused on forest resources management among the fang of Equatorial Guinea from an ethnobotanical and ethnoarchaeological perspective, and his PhD addressed these topics […]

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Maria Kayafa

Maria Kayafa has studied Education and Archaeology. Her research interests lie in the study of metal artifacts from the BA Aegean, both as typological and technological entities. Her PhD (University of Birmingham, 2000) dealt with prehistoric metallurgy in the Bronze Age Peloponnese and she has published several articles on the chemical analysis and lead isotope […]

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Marie Nicole Pareja

Dr. Marie Nicole Pareja Cummings was invited to the Sissi team as the plasters specialist in 2016. She completed her Ph.D. (2015) and M.A. (2013) at Temple University with a focus on Bronze Age Aegean Art and Archaeology and published her first book, Ape and Monkey Iconography in the Bronze Age Aegean, as a SIMA […]

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Julie-Anne Bouchard-Perron

Julie-Anne Bouchard-Perron holds a PhD in archaeology from the University of Nottingham. She has been working as an archaeobotanist and an environmental archaeologist on several projects in the Aegean, Britain, Spain, and Canada. Since 2017 she has been supervising the collection and processing of samples for environmental analysis at Sissi and studying the carbonised plant remains […]

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Laura Matilde Magno

Laura Matilde Magno is currently a PhD student at UCLouvain with a project on Intra-Site management strategies in the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean (1300-1150 BC). A geoarchaeological analysis of anthrosols. She graduated in archaeology at La Sapienza, University of Rome, with a MA thesis on Micromorphology and FTIR applied to the study of Southern Italy […]

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Ophélie Mouthuy

Ophélie Mouthuy studied Classics as well as archaeology at UCLouvain. She is currently a F.R.S.-FNRS Research Fellow under the supervision of Prof. J. Driessen (UCL) and member of Aegis and the ARC “A world in Crisis”. Her PhD dissertation focusses on a multidisciplinary approach of the Linear B deposit of the Northern Entrance Passage at […]

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