Eleni K. Mantzourani
Academic Status: Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology in the Faculty of History and Archaeology, Department of Archaeology and History of Art, School of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (henceforth UoA)
Higher Education: Ptychion (4-year BA) of the Faculty of History and Archaeology of the UoA. M.A. and PhD in Prehistoric Archaeology of the University of London.
She is a staff member of the Faculty of History and Archaeology of the UoA since May 1981, when she was first appointed as a Researher.
Foreign Languages: English (excellent), French, Italian (very good) and German (speaking and reading ability).
Computer skills: Use of Office (Word, Excel, Internet and other). She was recently in charge and author of the relevant texts of the new websites of the Postgraduate Program of the Faculty of History and Archaeology and the site of the Dpt. of International Relations of UoA.
Academic and research interests: Minoan Archaeology, Cypriot Archaeology and Archaeological Surface Survey.
Teaching experience: She has taught and currently teaches various modules in Minoan, Cypriot and Egyptian Archaeology, both at the undergraduate and post-graduate level and has supervised, as main supervisor, a series of completed M.A. (35) and PhD dissertations (12) and post-doctoral projects (3) on related topics. She currently supervises (5) M.A. students, (8) PhD students and (2) post-doctoral researchers in UoA.
Main Administrative Posts at UoA: Member of the UoA Council (2012-2016), Head of the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Faculty of History and Archaeology (2009-2011), President of the Faculty of History and Archaeology of UoA (2011-2013), President of the Committee of International Relations and European Educational Programmes of UoA (since 2010 onwards).