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Museum Ethics


ICIL 2011 hosts a special team of speakers on museum ethics, as the Department of Archive and Library Sciences includes research and teaching on museum studies.
The call for papers for ICIL 2011 is valid also for papers on museum ethics, as a special distinct session connected to the other main themes of ICIL.

Chair: George Papaioannou, Lecturer, Museology - Development and Utilization of Museum Areas through the employment of Digital Technology, Department of Archives and Library Science.
Co-Chair: Tesi Sali, Professor, Museology - Museum Planning and Utilisation, Department of Archives and Library Science.


Abd-el-Nazeer Mona

Abd-el-Nazeer Mona

Independent Researcher
Egyptian Museum of Cairo, Egypt

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Abd-el-Nazeer Mona et al.
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I studied Archaeology in Cairo University & graduated in 2001. I worked from 2002-2004 in the office of the secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities & since 2004 until now an assistant of the General Director of the Egyptian Museum Sharing in preparing and editing several books & Articles in the field of archaeology and Egyptology.
Email: monalizakids2@yahoo.com


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Abd-el-Nazeer Mona et al.

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Updated:28-02-2011 16:12



Alexopoulos Georgios

Alexopoulos Georgios

Doctor, Research Associate, Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past
University of York, United Kingdom

Paper: Living Religious Heritage and Challenges to Museum Ethics: reflections from the monastic community of Mount Athos
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Dr Georgios Alexopoulos has studied Archaeology and Art History at the University of Athens (BA) and has participated in several projects for the documentation and display of monastic collections on Mount Athos. Following a Master’s course in Cultural Heritage Studies he completed a PhD on the management of living religious heritage focusing on the case study of Mount Athos (Institute of Archaeology, UCL). While studying in the UK he has also worked as a teaching assistant at both UCL and the University of York. As a Research Associate at the Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (University of York) he has conducted extensive audience research at the historic centre of York. From February 2011, he will be a Visiting Research Fellow at the Initiative for Heritage Conservancy, Greece. His research interests include heritage management, museology, public archaeology, cultural tourism and audience research

Paper: Living Religious Heritage and Challenges to Museum Ethics: reflections from the monastic community of Mount Athos


Updated:27-01-2011 13:21



Aloupi Eleni

Aloupi Eleni

Independent Researcher
THETIS authentics LTD, Greece

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Aloupi Eleni et al.
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Eleni Aloupi, holds a PhD in Analytical Chemistry based on research on archaeological ceramics at the Inst. of Materials Science (NCSR Demokritos, Athens/ Univ. of Ioannina, 1993). She has collaborated with research laboratories in Greece and abroad (AGLAE at the Louvre Museum 1994, the CRIAA at the Univ. Bordeaux, 1994, the Inst. of Theoretical and Physical Chemistry NHRF Athens 2003-2006, BLIX_ Berlin Laboratory for Innovative X-ray applications at TU Berllin, 2009- and currently the Inst. of Nuclear Physics at NCSR Demokritos, Athens 2010-). She participated, as elected member, in the Board of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry (1993- 2006 and 2009) and for the period 2001-2005 she was Adjunct Professor at the Archaeology Department (Univ. of Thessaly) offering courses in Archaeometry. Since 1997 she works as Forensic Expert appointed to the Court of Appeals (Ministry of Justice). In 1999 she created Thetis Authentics Ltd (Athens, Greece, www.thetis.gr Νέο παράθυρο), offering consulting in matters of authenticity and provenance of archaeological artefacts and works of art. Thetis is also specialising in technologically authentic reproduction of ceramics based on ancient manufacturing techniques and materials.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Aloupi Eleni et al.

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Antzoulatou-Retsila Evridíki

Professor, Department of History, Archaeology and Cultural Resources Management, Faculty of Humanities and Cultural Studies
University of Peloponnese, Greece




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Antzoulatou-Retsila Eurydice

Professor, Department of History, Archaeology and Cultural Management
University of Peloponnese, Greece

Paper: Ethical issues in museum milieu : some approaches
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Eurydice Antzoulatou-Retsila, is Professor of Cultural Studies at the Department of History, Archaeology and Cultural Management of the University of Peloponnese. She studied history, archaeology, ethnology, museology and cultural management in Greece, France and USA
She has been Curator at the (state) Museum of Greek Folk Art in Athens , Assistant Professor of Museology at the Department of Archives and Library Sciences of the Ionian University in Corfu and Professor of Cultural Studies at the Department of Foreign Languages Translation and Interpretation of the same university . She has also taught at Universities in USA, Australia and Italy.
She has carried out research projects in Greece , France, USA and Australia and has organized a great number of museums, exhibitions and cultural activities.
Her research interests focus on cultural studies, museology and cultural management.

Paper: Ethical issues in museum milieu : some approaches

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Apostolides Rea

Apostolides Rea

Independent Researcher
Anemon Productions, Greece

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Apostolides Rea et al.
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Rea Apostolides produces documentaries and educational programmes for the Greek and international market. She works for Anemon Productions in Athens, a company committed to fostering awareness and education through audiovisual and media works.
 
Recent work as a producer includes A Game Must Go On (SKAI, BBC World, Greek Film Center), which follows a group of children fighting for the right to play football in their neighbourhood, A Place Without People (ERT, European Commission, TV3, TSR, EBU Korea), which tells the story of the expulsion of the Masai from Serengeti in Tanzania, Sugartown: the Day After (2009, ARTE, ERT, Al Jazeera, YLE, TSR, TV3, CYBC), a story about environmental capitalism in Southern Greece and The Call of the Mountain (ERT, Greek Film Center, ARTE, France 3, TRT) the story of a man who abandons his family to return to the White Mountains of Crete.
 
Rea also developed and produced HISTORY LOST, a multi-media exhibition about the looting of antiquities which travelled from the Benaki Museum in Athens to the Archaeological museum of Lisbon and the European Parliament and is currently a partner of WITNESS THE PAST.

Rea studied Ancient and Modern History at the University of Oxford. In 2002, she received a NIPKOW scholarship and worked for MAJADE Filmproduktion in Leipzig, Germany and in 2008 received the Trailblazer Award at MIPDOC in Cannes. She is currently the Deputy Head of the Board of Documentary Campus and a member of the Executive Committee of the European Documentary Network.
 
Rea also co-organises monthly documentary screenings in Athens for CineDoc at the French Institute and has just written her first book for children.

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Apostolides Rea et al.

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Argyropoulos Vasilike

Argyropoulos Vasilike

Co-ordinator of the European Project "Witness the Past", Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art
Technological Educational Institution of Athens, Greece

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
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Vasilike Argyropoulos obtained a BA.Sc in Applied Chemistry and Engineering from the University of Toronto in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Archaeological Sciences from the University of Bradford in 1992. She has conducted research in conservation science since 1993 at the Historic Resource Conservation Branch (Parks Canada), the
Canadian Conservation Institute (1994-1997), and ARC Antique, Nantes in France (1997-1998). She is the Convenor of CEN/TC 346 WG2, Conservation of Cultural Property. She has co-ordinated may EC projects such as PROMET, 6th FP research project No. 509126, Developing new analytical techniques and materials for monitoring and protecting metal artefacts from the Mediterranean region, and EC Culture Programme No. 160674-CU-1-2009, Witness the past: education programs for the public and CH professionals on illicit trafficking of antiquities. She has worked in many Arab countries on museum projects, such as Tunisia, Syria, Egypt, and Jordan. Currently, she is a professor in conservation at the Technological Educational Institution
(T.E.I.) of Athens. Address: T.E.I. Athens, Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, Ag. Spyridona, 122 10 Athens, Greece. Email: bessie@teiath.gr

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike et al.

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Ashdjian Peter

Ashdjian Peter

Independent Researcher
Marfin Laiki Bank Cultural Centre, Cyprus

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Ashdjian Peter et al.
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Peter Ashdjian was born in Cyprus and grew up in Larnaka. He studied Political Sciences and History in Panteion University in Athens, Greece, where he graduated in 2001. On his return to Cyprus, he was employed as the Curator of the Pierides Museum – Marfin Laiki Bank.
 
For the last ten years he has been instrumental to reform the museum, complete the database and cataloguing of the artefacts of the collection. He introduced three educational programmes for elementary school children and authored the books for the programmes. Additionally,
he organises annual art exhibitions at the Museum by local artists based on the concept of ¨…a meeting of ancient and contemporary art¨, as well as lectures on the collections and archaeology.
 
Finally, he is developing a new educational programme based on mock excavation, which will take place on the premises of the Museum. This programme will be giving the opportunity for children to act as archaeologists and learn the proper procedure of an excavation and its importance for preserving history.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Ashdjian Peter et al.

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Bounia Alexandra

Bounia Alexandra

Department of Cultural Technology and Communication
University of the Aegean, Greece

Paper: Ethics of Museum Research
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Davis Wolfgang

Independent Researcher, Visitor’s service
National Museums Berlin, Germany

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Wolfgang Davis et al.
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Wolfgang Davis – he is a member of staff of the education department visitor’s service, national museums Berlin, and he has specialised in film and media in exhibitions, ie. Cultural as well as art museums, new media, interactive media in exhibitions, teaching visual anthropology at the Freie University in Berlin

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Wolfgang Davis et al.

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Economou Maria

Assistant Professor, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication
University of the Aegean, Greece

Paper: Museums and Web 2.0: Ethical Issues and Challenges
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El-Saddik Wafaa

El-Saddik Wafaa

Independent Researcher
Children’s Alliance for Tradition and Social Engagement, Germany

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, El-Saddik Wafaa et al.
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Wafaa El-Saddik began her studies of Egyptology and archaeology at Cairo University and continued her studies at Vienna University, where she received her doctorate in Egyptology. She lived in Cologne for 15 years with her husband. In 2004 she returned to Cairo and took over the direction of the Museum of Egypt, where an extensive collection of treasures from King Tutankhamun’s tomb are on display, including the famous death mask that was found on the mummy.
 
El-Saddik is the first woman to become director of the Egyptian Museum since its establishment in 1835, and also the first to lead the department of exhibitions abroad. She also is the first director to work toward new didactic concepts like a museum for children and special programs for the blind and visually handicapped. El-Saddik has held various positions on Egyptian excavations, and with the Supreme Council of Antiquities, including as the general director of the scientific office. She also is involved in the creation of the new Grand Egyptian Museum at Giza, and has roles on the Supreme Committee and as a Member of Museum Education.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, El-Saddik Wafaa et al.

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Updated:28-02-2011 16:09



Fouseki Kalliopi

Fouseki Kalliopi

Doctor, Open University of Cyprus
Science Museum London, United Kingdom

Paper: On Digital Museum Collections. Ethical Considerations of Ownership and Use
Authors: Fouseki Kalliopi, Vacharopoulou Kalliopi
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Dr Kalliopi Fouseki has studied Archaeology and Art History at the University of Athens (BA). After the completion of her undergraduate studies she conducted a Masters course and her doctoral thesis in Heritage Management at University College London. Prior to her postdoctoral work at the University of York for the 1807 Commemorated project, she worked in several museums in Greece and UK including the New Acropolis Museum, the Archaeological Museum in Ancient Olympia and the Museum of London. Since September 2009, she is working as the New Audience Advocate at the Science Museum. She has also been working for the last two years for the Open University of UK, Greece and Cyprus on courses related to the theory and practice of cultural heritage and its management. Her research interests include conflict management in the heritage sector, community participation, public archaeology, digital heritage and visitor and non-visitor surveys in the cultural sector.

Paper: On Digital Museum Collections. Ethical Considerations of Ownership and Use
Authors: Fouseki Kalliopi, Vacharopoulou Kalliopi


Updated:15-12-2010 15:02



Gazi Andromache

Gazi Andromache

Lecturer, Museology at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture
Panteion University, Greece

Paper: The Ethics of Museum Exhibitions
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Andromache Gazi is a Lecturer in Museology at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture, Panteion University, Athens. She also teaches at the Greek Open University.

Her interests include museum history and ideology, the theory and practice of exhibitions, interpretative media, and museum text.

Since 1994 she has worked on numerous museum projects, including the planning and curation of exhibitions, the production of interactive multimedia, and writing museum text. Collaborations include the Museum of School Life at Chania, the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, the Foundation of the Hellenic World, the Battleship ‘G. Averof’ Museum, the Museum of the Mycenaean Colonization of Cyprus at Maa-Palaiokastro, etc.

She is a founding member and member of the editorial board of the museological journal Tetradia Mouseiologias, and member of the Greek National Committee for UNESCO’s Program “Memory of the World”. She has published extensively in both Greek and English.

Dr. Gazi holds a B.A. in Archaeology (University of Thessaloniki), an M.Phil in Archaeology and Museum Practice (University of Cambridge), and a Ph.D. in Museum Studies (Leicester University).

Paper: The Ethics of Museum Exhibitions

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Updated:03-05-2011 12:42



Gottschalk Raymund

Gottschalk Raymund

Independent Researcher
Children’s Alliance for Tradition and Social Engagement, Germany

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Gottschalk Raymund et al.
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PhD-Thesis in Bonn (Germany) about Late-Roman tombs in the Rhineland. Working as an archaeologist (scientific research and publications, museum education and conception of exhibitions) in Cologne, Bonn and Dusseldorf. Treasurer of C.A.T.S. – is one of the Cats members who coordinates and takes part in exchange with colleagues from Egypt on behalf of museum education.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Gottschalk Raymund et al.

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Updated:28-02-2011 16:10



Ioannidou Martha

Ioannidou Martha

Doctor
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Paper: If Only Mona Lisa Could Talk: A Review on Today’s Museum Ethics and Common Practices
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Dr Martha Ioannidou studied History and Archaeology, specialising in Art History at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. She continued her postgraduate studies in Art History at the Universities of Cambridge (Certificate & Diploma in Art History, 1991 & 1993/ A Honours) and Essex (MA in Art History and Theory, 1994) and obtained her PhD in Art History in 2000 (A.U.TH/ Honours). She continued working at post-doctoral level in art/museum education and received the PGD in Museum studies in 2001 from the University of Leicester. In December 2006 she attended successfully the Foundation Course in Art Therapy (BAAT, London). She has worked in museums in England and Greece and since 2000 has been teaching as a Lecturer at the University (Art History, Art/Museum education and Museology). She is currently lecturing at the School of Education of A.U.TH at graduate and postgraduate level (History of art/ Museum Education), at the Open University of Greece (EPO20, History of Art in Europe) and at the Open University of Cyprus (ELP10). She has contributed in Greek and International Conferences and has been publishing in the areas of Art History, Art Education and Museology (mainly museum education).

Paper: If Only Mona Lisa Could Talk: A Review on Today’s Museum Ethics and Common Practices


Updated:09-01-2011 13:08



Karaiskou Vicky

Karaiskou Vicky

Assistant Professor
Open University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Paper: Art and Censorship: Limits and Transgressions
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Dr Vicky Karaiskou is Assistant Professor at the Open University of Cyprus, Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture”. She was graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessalonica, Greece, where she obtained her master degree in Greek Art. In 2001 she concluded her Ph.D. research on Greek Contemporary Sculpture at the School of Fine Arts of the same University. During the same period of time she attended Cultural Management courses in Greece and abroad.

In all her researches, her reference point has always been the relationships between the artistic creation and the social environment as interpreted through the process of “reading” and analyzing visual arts. She has conducted and published, in the form of books, the following researches: Visual Art and Stage Design Avantguards in the beginning of the 20th c., Papasotiriou ed., Athens 2009, Journeys through the Stages. Greek Stage Designers in Italy, University Studio Press ed., Thessalonica 2004 and G. Gounaropoulos holy paintings, Gounaro Museum ed., Athens 1992.

Between 2002 and 2007 she taught art history and stage design history topics as an on contract assistant professor at the University of Thessaly (Architecture Department and Pre-school Education Department) and Patras (Theatre Department). Since 2004 she is adjunct lecturer in the Undergraduate Program “Studies on the European Civilization” at the Greek Open University. Between 2007 and 2010 she has been adjunct lecturer and coordinator in the Undergraduate Program “Studies in Hellenic Culture” at the Open University of Cyprus.

Since 1990 she publishes articles and critics on art topics at Greek art magazines and has worked as research associate for Delphi European Cultural Center and Melissa editions. She has translated in Greek language BBC documentaries, along with Italian Publishing Houses’ art editions. She has participated in various International University Conferences in France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia and has represented Greece in AICA’s International Congresses at Tokyo and Istanbul.

Since 1991 she has work as project manager, cultural consultant, director and general secretary for various entities (Christie’s Auction House, Cultural & Art Centers, private Museums) and has curated one man and group art shows in Greece.
She is member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and the Greek Art Historians Association (EEIT).

Paper: Art and Censorship: Limits and Transgressions

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Updated:11-02-2011 15:30



Kassianidou Vasiliki

Kassianidou Vasiliki

Associate Professor, Archaeological Research Unit, Department of History and Archaeology
University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Kassianidou Vasiliki et al.
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Dr Vasiliki Kassianidou is an Associate Professor at the University of Cyprus where she has been teaching Environmental Archaeology and Archaeometry since 1994. Her research is focused on ancient technology and specifically the production and trade of Cypriot copper through antiquity. She has taken part and directed a number of field and analytical projects regarding this subject.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Kassianidou Vasiliki et al.

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Nakou Irene

Nakou Irene

Associate Professor, Director of the ‘Museum Education and Research Laboratory’
University of Thessaly, Greece

Paper: The “ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums” and Museum Education
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Irene Nakou is Associate Professor in museum and history education and Director of the ‘Museum Education and Research Laboratory’ at the University of Thessaly in Greece. She has a degree in History and Archaeology and a degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Athens, and earned a PhD in Museum and History Education from the Institute of Education University of London. She is author of articles in Greek and international journals and of three books on museum and history education, and co-editor of three collective books. Her latest work includes:
• Nakou, I. (2009). Museums, Histories and History. Athens: Nissos. [Greek edition]
• Bemi, B. & Nakou, I. (2010) Museums and Education. Athens: Nissos. [Greek edition]
• Nakou, I. & Barca, I. (2010). Contemporary Public Debates over History Education. International Review of History Education Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
She is also author of many educational books and co-editor of educational videos.

Paper: The “ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums” and Museum Education

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Updated:24-02-2011 19:25



Papaioannou Georgios

Papaioannou Georgios

Doctor, MA (UCL), PhD (KCL), Lecturer in Museum Studies, Department of Archives and Library Science
Ionian University, Greece

Paper: Museum Ethics at the Lowest Place on Earth: ICOM's code of Ethics and its practices in a new museum in Jordan
Authors: Politis Konstantinos, Papaioannou Georgios
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Dr Georgios Papaioannou is a university lecturer in museum studies. He has studied, lectured and worked variously at King’s College London, the Open University of Cyprus, the University of Adelaide and the Universities of Ioannina, Patras and Corfu, Greece. He has led and coordinated survey, excavation and museum work in the UK, Greece, Spain, Jordan, Syria and in the Saudi Arabia peninsula, where he is currently establishing a site museum. His interests and published work refer to issues related to museums, cultural heritage, education and applications of digital technology (databases, virtual museums, GIS, e-learning platforms). He is a full member of ICOM and he has for the last ten years been Secretary General of the Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies.

URL: http://tab.ionio.gr/?q=en/node/164#_gpapaioa Νέο παράθυρο

Paper: Museum Ethics at the Lowest Place on Earth: ICOM's code of Ethics and its practices in a new museum in Jordan
Authors: Politis Konstantinos, Papaioannou Georgios


Updated:16-01-2011 18:29



Petri Grischka

Petri Grischka

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Research Associate
University of Bonn - Germany / University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Paper: Works of art in the public domain: the problematic copyright practice of museums
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Grischka Petri studied history of art, philosophy and law at the universities of Lüneburg and Bonn. He took his German bar exam in Düsseldorf. His PhD in law covered doping sanctions. The art historical doctoral thesis on the career of James McNeill Whistler will be published in 2011.

He is currently working as Postdoctoral Research Associate on the Whistler Etchings Project, based at the University of Glasgow (part-time) and as Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Bonn. His current research project is a history of copyright from the artists’ perspective, supported by the Gerda-Henkel-Foundation.

Paper: Works of art in the public domain: the problematic copyright practice of museums


Updated:19-01-2011 12:59



Polikreti Kyriaki

Polikreti Kyriaki

Independent Researcher
Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Greece

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Polikreti Kyriaki et al.
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Kyriaki Polikreti graduated from the University of Athens with a B.Sc. in Physics in 1990 and completed her Ph.D. studies in Archaeometry in 1999 (N.C.S.R. “Demokritos”). She has worked as a Post-doctoral Fellow (2000-2002) at the National Technical University of Athens, the University of Cyprus (2002-2005) and the Technological Educational Institution of Athens (2005-2007). Since 2007, she is working at the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. Her research interests include: Physicochemical methods applied in archaeology, dating and provenance of ancient marble objects, optical methods applied on works of art, corrosion of ancient and historic metals. She is the president of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry (2008-2010). Address: Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Pireos 81, 105 53, Athens, Greece. E-mail: kpolikre@ucy.ac.cy


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Polikreti Kyriaki et al.

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Politis Konstantinos

Politis Konstantinos

Chairperson of the Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies & Fellow of the American Center of Oriental Research
Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies, Jordan

Paper: Museum Ethics at the Lowest Place on Earth: ICOM's code of Ethics and its practices in a new museum in Jordan
Authors: Politis Konstantinos, Papaioannou Georgios
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Konstantinos D. Politis is a Greek archaeologist educated in Greece, the United States, Belgium and Britain. His early fieldwork was in Greece and Liechtenstein. Since 1988, he has been based at the British Museum which has been the principal sponsored of his excavations in Jordan and Oman. He specialises in the Early Byzantine/Christian and Early Islamic periods.

Dr Politis’ most important work was the discovery and subsequent excavation of the Sanctuary of Lot on the south-eastern shores of the Dead Sea, publishing a major report on that project with the British Museum (2010) and the more popular Holy Footprints across the Jordan. A Journey to the Ancient and Religious Sites on the Eastern Side of the Jordan Rift Valley. He has also published a number of scholarly articles, edited the conference proceedings of the World of the Nabataeans (2007) and currently writing Archaeological Landscapes of the Ghor es-Safi: Results of the survey and field excavation seasons 1997 to 2009, to be published by the Palestine Exploration Fund (London) in 2011. Next he will prepare Excavations of the Nabataean Cemetery at Khirbet Qazone for publication. He is founder and chairperson of the Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies and an active member of the Palestine Exploration Fund.

Dr Politis is working with the Jordanian and Greek governments conserving and sheltering the mosaics and buildings of the Monastery of St Lot, and is Director of Interpretation and Design for the Museum at the Lowest Place on Earth at that site.

Recently, Dr Politis has completed two projects for the Syrian and Greek governments: co-ordinating a mosaic documentation of all the mosaics of Syria, and an exhibition on ‘Hellenistic Syria’ in the new Hama Museum. He also leads excavations at the biblical city of Zoara, modern Safi in Jordan, and at Ra’s al-Hadd in Oman.

Over the past 25 years, Dr Politis has presented many scholarly and popular lectures in Britain, Europe, Australia and North America. He regularly leads tour groups to Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Oman and Greece.

Paper: Museum Ethics at the Lowest Place on Earth: ICOM's code of Ethics and its practices in a new museum in Jordan
Authors: Politis Konstantinos, Papaioannou Georgios


Updated:16-01-2011 18:28



Simon Stefan

Simon Stefan

Independent Researcher
Rathgen Research Laboratory, Germany

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Simon Stefan et al.
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Stefan Simon is a conservation scientist with a broad experience in scientific research and multilateral project coordination. He has managed conservation projects at various sites, including those in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and China. He specializes in material deterioration diagnostics, microanalytics, non-destructive testing, physico-chemical analysis and climatology. Other areas of specialization include the testing and evaluation of conservation products and the control of treatment efficacy and durability in the field of stone, adobe, mortar and renderings, mural paintings, outdoor bronze and polychrome sculpture conservation. Founder and director of the private laboratory KDC Konservierung & Denkmalpflege Cons. in Olching (Germany) since 1993, he is teaching conservation science at Munich Technical University since 1998. From 2001-2005 Stefan Simon was heading the “Building Materials” section at the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, before being appointed Director of the Rathgen Research Laboratory at the National Museums, Berlin in February 2005. Elected President of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee Stone since December 2008. Address: Rathgen Research Laboratory, Schloßstrasse 1A St., Berlin, Germany, 14059.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Simon Stefan et al.

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Spinellis Evangelos D.

Spinellis Evangelos D.

PhD, Attorney-at-Law
Αthens Bar Association, Greece

Paper: Information Duties imposed by Museums' Codes of Ethics
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Vacharopoulou Kalliopi

Vacharopoulou Kalliopi

Doctor
Independent Researcher and Consultant, United Kingdom

Paper: On Digital Museum Collections. Ethical Considerations of Ownership and Use
Authors: Fouseki Kalliopi, Vacharopoulou Kalliopi
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Kalliopi Vacharopoulou has studied History and Archaeology at the University of Aristotle in Thessaloniki, Greece (1998). This was followed by a masters degree in Cultural Heritage Studies (2000) and a PhD in Heritage Management and Conservation (2006) at UCL, as well as a Diploma in Management by the Chartered Management Institute of the UK. Kalliopi has worked in archaeological programmes in Northern Greece and trained and worked in museum collections management and curatorship at the UCL Museums and Collections in London and other London museums. Additional work has included development and coordination of museum education programmes (Museum of London), research and production of e-leanring archivities for digital archives (The Bridgeman Art Library) and Greek language teaching in independent Greek community schools in London. She has experience in research projects about digital image libraries and also 3d scanning for museum work and digital imaging (UCL, University of the Arts London). Her current work and research interests focus on the digitisation of cultural heritage content, the use of digital technologies in education and research, digital media and information and knowledge management.


Paper: On Digital Museum Collections. Ethical Considerations of Ownership and Use
Authors: Fouseki Kalliopi, Vacharopoulou Kalliopi


Updated:03-01-2011 16:51



Vasileiou Eleni

Vasileiou Eleni

Archaeologist
12th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Greece

Paper: Ethics in action at the Refurbished Archaeological Museum of Ioannina
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Eleni Vasileiou studied History and Archaeology at the University of Ioannina in Greece. After the completion of her undergraduate studies, she conducted a Master course in Prehistoric Archaeology at the University of Sheffield, England. For five years (2003-2008) she was responsible for the coordination of the different work groups (archaeologists, architects, conservators, workmen) in the refurbishment of the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina. Additionally, she has worked in archaeological projects in Epirus, Ithaca, Salamis, Pieria and Albania and she has contributed in Greek and International Conferences. Currently, as an archaeologist at the 12th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, she is responsible for the site of the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina and she focuses on the planning and coordination of education programmes. At the same time, she is preparing her doctoral thesis at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Paper: Ethics in action at the Refurbished Archaeological Museum of Ioannina

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Vlizos Stavros

Vlizos Stavros

PhD, Lecturer-elect, Department of Archives and Library Science
Ionian University, Greece

Paper: Ethical Responsibility of Museums: the Case of the Benaki Museum



Vryonidou-Yiangou Marina

Vryonidou-Yiangou Marina

Independent Researcher
Marfin Laiki Bank Cultural Centre, Cyprus

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Vryonidou-Yiangou Marina et al.
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Marina Vryonidou -Yiangou was born in Cyprus, grew up in Canada and studied Art history, Graphic Design, Film & Television Studies in the UK. She graduated in 1983 and subsequently worked as Assistant Director in TV Productions for the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, followed by Cultural Officer for the Municipality of Nicosia. She was recruited by the Laiki Bank in 1985 and is presently the Director of the Marfin Laiki Bank Cultural Centre.
For the past 25 years, Ms Vryonidou has promoted an annual programme of activities that include the development of three cultural heritage collections, curated and organized art and history exhibitions, edited and co-authored books related to Cyprus’s history and introduced museum educational programmes to the Centre’s annual agenda. She has been a member of various committees of the Ministry of Education & Culture, as well as a member of the Cyprus Archaeological Award Committee.


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Vryonidou-Yiangou Marina et al.

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Yannoulatou Maria-Christina

Yannoulatou Maria-Christina

Department of Educational Programmes, Independent Researcher
Benaki Museum, Greece

Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Yannoulatou Maria-Christina et al.
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Maria-Christina Yannoulatou graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Athens with a degree in Literature. She completed postgraduate studies in Paris, at the University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) where she obtained a Maitrise and a D.E.A. in Comparative Literature.
 In 1990 she started working for the Benaki Museum, in Athens, in the Department of Educational Programmes, becoming head of the department in 2005.
Her work in the museum covers a vast variety of pedagogical activities such as:
Planning of gallery tours designed especially for school-groups together with the creation of accompanying printed material. These tours are presented in connection with the institution’s permanent collections but the Department also tries to introduce young visitors to a large number of temporary exhibitions that are hosted in the museum’s annexes.
Organization of special events during school holidays and open days, with European Days of Cultural Heritage and the International Museum Day having become an annual tradition.
Initiation of children in specific artistic fields such as photography or printing.
Organization of workshops and lectures for the adult public.
Presentation of afternoon seminars for teachers, which are an additional way to strengthen relations with the educational community.
Production of museum kits and teachers’ folders that are sent to schools all over the country.
Maria-Christina Yannoulatou regularly collaborates in projects of the Greek Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Education.
 


Paper: Some Ethical Dilemmas Museums Face in Teaching Children about the Illicit Trade of Antiquities
Authors: Argyropoulos Vasilike, Yannoulatou Maria-Christina et al.

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