Books

  1. (expected end of 2019). Antiquities for the People? A Study of the Role of Archaeology in Local Communities in Greece. London: Ubiquity Press.

Journal Publications

  1. Data from Archaeology for the People? Greek Archaeology and its Public: An Analysis of the Socio-Political and Economic Role of Archaeology in Greece. Journal of Open Archaeology Data 4:e1 (2015).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/joad.af
  2. Strategic Participatory Planning in Archaeological Management in Greece: The Philippi Management Plan for Nomination to UNESCO’s World Heritage List, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 15 (1), 13-29 (2013).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1350503313Z.00000000044
  3. Community Archaeology: A Threat or an Opportunity for Greek Archaeology?, Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 6.3, 514-527 (2010).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11759-010-9139-3
  4. Public Challenges and the Private Ways of State Archaeology: the Case of Greece, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 10.4, 320-329 (2008).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/135050308X12513845914426

Management Plan

  1. Management Plan for the Cultural Resources of the Area of Philippi: Towards a Holistic Approach, For Inscription of the Archaeological Site of Philippi on the World Heritage List of UNESCO (2010).

Book Chapters

  1. By the Hand of Nikolaos...Called Ritzes...From the Peloponnese: The Iconographic Decoration of the Church of Saint Nicholas in Petra, Lesvos (1721). In: Semoglou, Ath., Arvanitidou, I.P., and Gounari, Em.G. (eds.), Lepetymnos. Studies in Archaeology and Art in memory of Georgios Gounaris. Thessaloniki: K. & M. Ant. Stamoulis Publications/ Domus Byzantinus, 255-276. (in Greek with English abstract)(2018)
  2. (forthcoming). Management of Prehistoric Antiquities (in Greek). In Lekakis, St. and Pantzou, N. (eds.) Introduction to the Management of Cultural Heritage.
  3. The Role of Management Plans in Archaeological Management in Greece and the Case of the Management Plan of the Cultural Resources of the Area of Philippi (in Greek). In Malamidou, D. (ed.) Philippi in UNESCO’s World Heritage List, Kavala, Greece: Municipality of Kavala (2013).

Reviews

  1. Integrating Archaeology. Science – Wish – Reality: Social Role, Possibilities and Perspectives of Classical Studies. International Conference held in Frankfurt am Mein, 12-14 June 2012 Edited by Nina Schücker, European Journal of Archaeology 17.4, 755-759 (2014).
  2. The Other Monuments: The Example of Naxos. Review of: Monuments of Naxos in Danger, Citizens Talk about Them edited by Gratsia, E. and Lekakis, St. (in Greek), The Books Journal 18 (April 2012), 86-89.
  3. Review of: The Nation and its Ruins: Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece by Yannis Hamilakis, Public Archaeology 7.2, 130-134 (2008).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/175355308X330034
  4. Antiquity, Archaeology and National Identity in 20th Century Greece: Review of a Conference, Public Archaeology, vol. 6.3, 188-92 (2007).
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/175355307X202929

Conference Proceedings

  1. Archaeology and Museums in the Nation Building Process in Greece , in Aronsson, P. and Nyblom, A. (eds.). Comparing: National Museums, Territories, Nation-Building and Change. NaMu IV, Linköping University, Norrköping, Sweden, 18–20 February 2008, 129-142.
  2. Georgiadou-Kountoura, Efth., Sakellariadi, A. and Tsampouras, Th. 2008. From Collective Art to Collective Memory: The Methodological Predicament of Digitizing Traditional Culture, in Tsipopoulou, M. (ed.) Digital Heritage in the New Knowledge Environment: Shared Spaces and Open Paths to Cultural Content, Proceedings of the International Conference Held in Athens, 31.10.08- 02.11.08, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Directorate of the National Archive of Monuments, 192.
  3. Georgiadou-Kountoura, Efth., Sakellariadi, A. and Tsampouras, Th. 2008. Digitization of Cultural Evidence: The Drawing up of Cultural Heritage from Obscurity to Exploitation, in A. Bounia, N. Nikonanou and M. Oekonomou (eds.) Technology in the Service of Cultural Heritage: Management, Education, Communication, Athens: Kaleidoskopio Publications, 659-663 (in Greek with English abstract).

Abstract

  1. The Church of Saint Nicholas in Petra, Lesvos: Iconographic and Stylistic Study of the Decorative Painting, Synopsis of MA Dissertation (in Greek), Egnatia 10, 299-300 (2006).

Open Access Database Online

  1. Georgiadou-Kountoura, Efth., Sakellariadi, An. and Tsampouras, Th. 2006. Photographic Archive of Decorative Painting, Objects and Artifacts of Traditional Art (18th-20th c.) (in Greek with English summaries). Digital Collections of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  2. Data from Archaeology for the People? Greek Archaeology and its Public: An Analysis of the Socio-Political and Economic Role of Archaeology in Greece. Harvard Dataverse Network [Distributor] V1 [Version] (2014)
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/27040

Online Contributions

  1. Summary Presentation of: Management Plan for the Cultural Resources of the Area of Philippi: Towards a Holistic Approach (in English and Greek). Local Communities & Monuments. A Program by Monumenta Online Journal (2013).
  2. Summary Presentation of: Archaeology for the People? Greek Archaeology and its Public: An Analysis of the Socio-Political and Economic Role of Archaeology in Greece (in English and Greek). Local Communities & Monuments. A Program by Monumenta Online Journal (2013).

PhD Thesis

  1. Archaeology for the People? Greek Archaeology and its Public: An Analysis of the Socio-Political and Economic Role of Archaeology in Greece. Unpublished PhD Thesis. University College London (2011).
    Available online: http://hdl.handle.net/10442/hedi/35120

Masters Dissertations

  1. Archaeology as a Product of Nation-Building: The Case of Greece, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, Master’s Dissertation (2006).
  2. The Church of Saint Nikolaos in Petra, Lesvos: Iconographic and Stylistic Study of the Painted Decoration (1721), Department of Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Master’s Dissertation (2005).