Katerina works closely with the Heritage Engagement Fellow (Dr Oliver Cox) to evaluate and report on existing collaborations. She also creates engaging content across different platforms to share and celebrate recent collaborative research, knowledge exchange and public engagement activities. Lastly, she provides administrative support for new projects, which enable and stimulate heritage-related research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries and engages with wider audiences.
Katerina studied Architecture (MEng) and Protection of Monuments (MSc) at the National Technical University of Athens. She further specialised in Byzantine Studies at the University of Oxford (MSt) where she is currently doing a DPhil in Archaeology. Her doctoral studies are funded by the Greek Archaeological Committee UK and the Samourkas Foundation of New York. Before coming to Oxford, she worked as a project architect at the Museum of Asian Art in Corfu and the Excavation and Restoration project of Ancient Kalydona for the Hellenic Ministry of Culture (2014-6). Her previous administrative experience in Oxford includes her part-time employment at the Accessible Resources Acquisition and Creation Unit of the Bodleian Libraries (2017-9) and her tenancy as the President of the Oxford University Byzantine Society (2018-9). She is currently the Membership Secretary of the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies, UK.