Basic Biographical Information
Vicky Kynourgiopoulou received her Ph.D. (2004) in Architectural History and Urban Planning at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. She holds an M.A. (1999) in Cultural Heritage Studies from University College London and B.A. (1998) in Archaeology from the University of Southampton, both in the U.K.
Dr. Kynourgiopoulou is currently teaching archaeology and cultural heritage studies at Arcadia University, Center of Global Studies in Rome, affiliated with Roma Tre University, Italy. She is a consultant for European Union and UNESCO heritage projects. Her archaeological fieldwork has concentrated on North Africa and the Middle East where she specializes in sustainable tourism development and heritage preservation in underdeveloped and developing countries. She has published in the area of architectural history authenticity and cultural heritage management and conservation. Her current research focuses on the use of cultural...
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