VASILIS DALKAVOUKIS

Academic Supervision

Dr. Vassilis Dalkavoukis was born in 1967 in Ioannina, in northern Greece. H studied history and archeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He also holds a Master’s (1996) in Modern Greek History and a PhD (2001) in Folklore Studies from the Faculty of Philosophy in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is member of the Greek Association for Ethnology, the Greek Association for Semiotic Studies, the Network for the Study of Civil Wars and the Network of the Balkan Universities “Border Crossings”, as part of which he teaches ‘Ethnography: The Methodology of Fieldwork’ at Konitsa Summer School in Anthropology, Ethnography and Comparative Folklore of the Balkans (August 2006 and August 2007). From 1992 to 2006 he worked in secondary education. Since June 2017 he has been teaching ethnography and is now Associate Professorof Ethnography of Greece, at the Department of History and Ethnology of the Democritus University of Thrace. His research interests include local and ethnic identities in Greece, ethnography of space ethnography of education, ethnography of memory and Semiotics. His geographical areas of ethnographic interest are Zagori and Konitsa, both in Epirus, and Thrace.

Selected Publications:
Immigrations from Zagori (1750-1922), Rizareio Foundation, Thessaloniki [in Greek]
The pen and the crock. Eyhnic and ethno-local identity at Zagoriin 20th century, Odysseas Publications, Athens 2005 [in Greek]
Writing in – between: ethnographies causing Zagori, Epikentro Publications, Thessaloniki 2015 [in Greek]
«The memory of political refugees as an implement of classification and formation of identity. A self-anthropological approach», Studia Territorialia Supplementum Ι(2010/1) [Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Prague]: 137-151.
«From ethnic to ethno-local identity: The example of the Sarakatsani at Zagori (Epirus) in 20th century», in V. Nitsiakos – I. Manos – G. Agelopoulos – A. Angelidou – V. Dalkavoukis (eds.), Balkan Border Crossings, Second Annual of the Konitsa Summer School, LIT, Berlin, 2011, p. 31-46.
“From security to precariousness: The case of the Greek mass media sector in neoliberal times”, Social Cohesion and Development2017 12 (2), 115-128
“On the relationships between urban formal economy and rural informal economy in the Greek economic crisis”, Οκόσμοςτηςεργασίας5 (2018): 55-65
“Reinventing urban social space in times of unemployment and exclusion: The case of ALTER TV network solidarity practices in Athens”, Urbanities Vol. 8 No 1, May 2018, p. 19-33.
V. Nitsiakos – I. Manos – G. Agelopoulos – A. Angelidou – V. Dalkavoukis (eds.), Balkan Border Crossings, First Annual of the Konitsa Summer School, LIT, Berlin 2008.
V. Nitsiakos – I. Manos – G. Agelopoulos – A. Angelidou – V. Dalkavoukis (eds.), Balkan Border Crossings, Second Annual of the Konitsa Summer School, LIT, Berlin, 2011.
V. Nitsiakos – I. Manos – G. Agelopoulos – A. Angelidou – V. Dalkavoukis (eds.), Balkan Border Crossings, Third Annual of the Konitsa Summer School, LIT, Berlin, 2014.
Marcel Danesi, Messages, Signs, and Meanings. A Basic Textbook inSemiotics and Communication, Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. Toronto2004 (Editing of the Greek translation, 2017)

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