Tatiana Theodoropoulou

Tatiana TheodoropoulouTatiana Theodoropoulou is zooarchaeologist, specializing in fish and invertebrate remains. She is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Aegean Prehistory Group of the Archaeology and Applied Sciences Unit (French Universities Network and CNRS), and 2009-2010 Faunal Fellow at the Wiener Laboratory of the ASCSA. T.T. graduated from the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens and continued her studies (MA and PhD) in Environmental Archaeology and Prehistory at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her PhD thesis is entitled L’exploitation des faunes aquatiques en Grèce septentrionale aux périodes pré- et protohistoriques. During her studies, she worked as a doctoral research fellow at the Zooarchaeology Laboratories of the Natural History Museum in Paris (MNHN) and of the Center for Prehistory, Antiquity and Medieval Studies of the National Research Center of France (CEPAM-CNRS). After completion of her studies, she has taught Zooarchaeology at the University of Volos. She has also been or currently is an associate member or associate researcher in a number of projects (prehistoric to hellenistic) all over Greece, for the study of aquatic faunal remains, including Greek Universities, the Ephories, and Foreign Archaeological Schools (American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Ecole Française d’Athènes, Swiss School of Archaeology, British School at Athens, Swedish Institute at Athens). She has also participated in several excavations and coordinated the environmental teams. Her main research interests include the reconstruction of past environments, human strategies related to terrestrial and aquatic environments, ancient dietary practices, as well as ethnoarchaeological and experimental issues related to zooarchaeology.



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