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Faidon Moudopoulos-Athanasiou

Faidon Moudopoulos-Athanasiou

Doctor of Philosophy
Teaching Fellow, Dept. of History and Archaeology, University of Crete

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This article reflects on the experimental building of a Vlach hut that took place in the 14th Summer School of the Balkan Border Crossings Network. The approach took the form of an archaeological ethnography and addressed a variety of subjects from ethnographic and experimental fieldworkto videography and critical heritage, all emerging from the sa...
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In recent years there is a growing interest in the “Sacred Forests” (vakoúfika) of Zagori in Northwest Greece. These are either groves or individual trees, dedicated to patron saints, protected through customary laws, communal regulations, religious excommunications, and supernatural narratives. For ca. 300 years they have represented the tangible...
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The present article exposes a conflict regarding the management of natural and cultural values through time, using the example of woodland management in Zagori (NW Greece) from the late 19th century to the present day (2018). The central question is how a cultural landscape now interpreted as significant enough for potential World Heritage nominati...
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This article explores Parko Eleftherias (‘Liberty Park’) and Athens Polytechnic ( Polytechneio ), two historical places linked with the period of the Greek military Junta (1967–74), and their position in the urban life of contemporary Athens. Focus is placed on the limits of artistic expression tolerated in those two historical places, examining di...

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