Angeliki Ntouska

Title of Paper : Greek education in the Greek national minority of Northern Epirus during the occupation (1939-1945)

She was born in Ioannina and took her Postgraduate Diploma with Specialisation in Modern Greek Literature {Grade “EXCELLENT” (8.75), 2006} at the Department of Medieval and Modern Greek Literature of University of Ioannina, from where she took her Bachelor in Medieval and Modern Greek Literature {Grade “VERY GOOD” (6.96)}. During her academic years 2001-2003 she participated and presented papers at Interdepartmental Master’s Programme in Medieval Studies of University of Ioannina (“Anna Komnene and Homer”, “Cyprus between Byzantium and Islam”, “Monastic libraries in Byzantium”).
As she speaks Greek, English, Albanian, Turkish, she also participated and presented a paper on “Religious leaders and the notion of nationalism in the post-communist Albania: The case of Permet” in the framework of the “8th Konitsa International Summer School in Anthropology, Ethnography and Comparative Folklore of the Balkans”, which was carried out by The Border Crossing Network & Department of History and Archaeology of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Ioannina (Konitsa, 24/07-09/08/2013).