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prof. dr. S. Voutsaki

Professor of Greek Archaeology
prof. dr. S. Voutsaki
Telephone:
+31 50 36 36726 (++ 31 50 3636726)
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Sofia Voutsaki- short c.v.

Education

1979-1984 First Degree in History and Archaeology, University of Athens

1984-1985 MPhil in Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

1985-1992 PhD in Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

Thesis title: Society and culture in the Mycenaean world: an analysis of mortuary practices in the Argolid, Thessaly and the Dodecanese.Supervisor: Prof. Lord Renfrew

 

Academic positions held

1993-2003 Lecturer in Archaeology, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge

1993-2003 Senior Fellow, Newnham College, Cambridge

1996-1999 Director of Studies, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge

1998-2000 Director of Studies, Newnham College, Cambridge

2003-2010 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen

2010-2011 Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen

 

Current position

2011 - Professor of Greek Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen

Major projects

2003-2008                Director of NWO Vernieuwingsimpuls VIDI Project Shifting Identities: Social change and cultural   interaction in the Middle Helladic Argolid (2100-1700 BC)

2007-2013                Director of Argos Tumuli Project (Research Grants from Institute of Aegean Prehistory, US and Mediterranean Archaeology Trust, UK)

2011-                         Director of North Cemetery, Ayios Vasilios Project. General director: A. Vasilogamvrou. (Fieldwork financed by Groningen Institute of Archaeology; Research Grants from Ammodo Foundation, NL, Institute of Aegean Prehistory, USA, Mediterranean Archaeology Trust, UK)

2015-                         Director of Ayios Vasilios Survey. Co-director: A. Vasilogamvrou. Field Director: C. Wiersma (Funding from Brennan Foundation, MIchael Ventris Award, UK, Institute of Aegean Prehistory, USA, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Gerda Henkel Foundation)

2018-                         Director of Halos Landscape Project.

Last modified:21 August 2019 2.06 p.m.

Contact information

Poststraat 6
9712 ER Groningen
The Netherlands

Groningen Institute of Archaeology

Job title:
Professor of Greek Archaeology
Room:
119
Working hours:
Tuesday- Friday, 9.00-17.00
Telephone:
+31 50 36 36726 (++ 31 50 3636726)
-:
s.voutsaki rug.nl