My major research interest is domestic space in Ancient Greece and I have worked for many years in archaeological projects in Thessaly (Halos and Kallithea). My publications include interpretations of domestic culture and economy and lately I have become very interested in the organization of Ethne and Poleis, and especially in expressions and perception of regional identities in Ancient Greece.
The archaeological research project at Kallithea, which I co-direct with Sophia Karapanou, entails the mapping, surveying and excavation of a city in Thessaly dating to the Classical and Hellenistic period. This is a cooperative project with the 15th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities in Larissa. Our work is carried out under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Canadian Institute in Greece.
City planning in Ancient Greece
Archaeological Method and Theory
The History of Archaeology