Foteini Giannoulidi

Capacity Development Manager

Foteini Giannoulidi is the manager of our capacity development programs. She is a graduate of the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art of the Technological Educational Institute of Athens. She holds a Master’s degree (MA) with distinction in Heritage Management, University of Kent and Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). Since 2011, she has worked at the Greek Ministry of Culture as conservator of Hellenistic antiquities and she has restored modern and contemporary works of art and industrial heritage artifacts in private collections. Her research interests are focused on the holistic and combinational processes that enable the development of sustainable practices for safeguarding heritage. She has published the results of her research at international conferences and in journals. She has been involved in projects that promote innovative theories and best practices on heritage management aspects. The last five years, she has played a leading role in planning and organizing the International Conference on Heritage Management (HerMa Conference) for HERITΛGE. She has also been actively involved in the administration of cultural projects of the ICCM (International Committee for the Conservation of Mosaics).

Publications / Conferences

  • Giannoulidi, F., Maroutsi, Th. (2016) Restoration and Rehabilitation of the “Kamara” Gate in Ano Syros in Vasilara, A. (ed.) 6th Cultural Heritage Seminar: Sustainable Development and Cultural Heritage. pp. 111-120.
  • Giannoulidi, F., Maroutsi, Th. (2016) Networks of Masonry Craftsmen of Epirus, Anthi tis Petras 2016, Lagadia, Peloponnese, Greece. 30 July 2016.
  • Giannoulidi, F., Maroutsi, Th. & Strashevska, T. (2015) MaNet (Mastorochoria Network): Strategic Plan for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth of the Mastorochoria Network, Epirus, Greece in 2nd Student Conference in Heritage Management. Athens, 14 May 2015
  • Giannoulidi, F., Maroutsi, Th. & Strashevska, T. (2015) MaNet (Mastorochoria Network): Using Ethnography Out of the Context of Sustaining Images. The Case of the Mountainous Mastorochoria Cultural Heritage, Pindus, Greece in 13th International Border Crossings Students’ Sarajevo, 23-26 April 2015.
  • Giannoulidi, F., Maroutsi, Th. (2015) Τοponyms, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Ioannina, Greece, 15-17 March 2015.

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