Lilian Karali-Giannakopoulou currently holds the post of Professor in Prehistoric and Environmental Archaeology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Her research interests include: Environmental Archaeology, Greek Prehistory (Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze age), Bioarchaeology (human and animal remains, shells) and Geoarchaeology. Full CV: CV LK 1215.
Address: Department of Archaeology & History of Art, Faculty of History & Archaeology, School of Philosophy, 4th floor, University Campus, Ilisia, GR-157 84, Athens, Greece
E-mail: ikarali [at] arch.uoa.gr
Anastasia Tsaliki was born in Greece. Her education includes an excellent First Degree (BA Hons) in History, Archaeology and History of Art from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece; MSc courses in Palaeopathology, Funerary Archaeology and Bone Chemistry and short courses in Forensic Anthropology and Radiology attended at the University of Bradford, UK; seminars in Teaching & Learning in Archaeology & Classics, Continuing Medical Education, and Anthropology Statistics at various institutions. She has received several international scholarships and was awarded her PhD in Biological and Funerary Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Durham, UK, entitled: ‘An Investigation of Extraordinary Human Body Disposals, With Special Reference to Necrophobia: A Multi-Disciplinary Analysis with Case Studies from Greece and Cross-Cultural Comparisons’. Research interests also include Environmental Archaeology, Palaeopathology, Medical Anthropology, and Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology. In particular: studies on stigma, disability and marginality in the past, ritual crime, the mythology and folklore of the occult, the political exploitation of history and archaeology, and the digital resources in Archaeology, Biological Anthropology and Pathology.
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