IoannisVoskos holds a BA degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (N.K.U.A.)in Archaeology and History of Art (2003), a Master’s degree (Mphil in Mediterranean Archaeology - University of Glasgow, 2004-2005) and a PhD in prehistoric Archaeology (2013 - Department of History and Archaeology, N.K.U.A.). He has worked in the N.K.U.A. as a post-doctoral researcher (2017-2019, funded by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation) and as a tutor in various e-learning modules and taught Programmes (related to the Cypriot Prehistory and Minoan Archaeology, 2016-2021). He has also taught Cypriot and Phoenician Archaeology in undergraduate courses (Department of History and Archaeology - University of Crete, 2020-2021) and postgraduate seminars (Department of History and Archaeology - N.K.U.A., 2018, 2020). Currently, he is the principal investigator of the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Cyprus Project (NCCP, 2018-2021) funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (HFRI) and the General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT).
- Cypriot prehistory and protohistory
- Aegean prehistory
- Prehistoric economy and socio-cultural change
- Identities, ethnicity and population mobility