Evangeline Markou

Evangeline Markou is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Historical Research (IHR), Section of Greek and Roman Antiquity (SGRA) of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF). E. Markou studied History and Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1993-1997) and obtained her M.Phil (2001) and Ph.D. in History and Civilisation of the Antiquity (2006) from the University Sorbonne – Paris IV. She worked at the Fitzwilliam Museum of Cambridge (2004-2005) and at the Numismatic Museum of Athens (2005-2007) as responsible for the documentation and digitalization of numismatic collections. She taught and coordinated Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses on Ancient Numismatics, Ancient History, and History of Cyprus in the University of Cyprus (2008-2009), in the Open University of Cyprus (2008-2012; 2014-2016; 2021-today), in the University of the Aegean (2014-2018) and in the Hellenic Open University (2017-2020). Since 1997, E. Markou participated in 11 funded research projects in Greece and abroad as a research collaborator and coordinator. Her research focuses on the history and numismatics of Archaic, Classical and early Hellenistic Cyprus; it has been presented in scientific congresses in Greece and abroad and was published in two books and in more than 30 papers in scientific journals, collective volumes and congress proceedings. 

Evangeline Markou is member of the Academic Staff (Adjunct Professor) of the MA Hellenic Studies (18 Months / 90 ECTS, E-Learning): History, Archaeology and Art, Heritage Management of the European University Cyprus.


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