Specialization: Art History & Aesthetics
Ephi Foundoulaki was born in Heraklion, Crete, in 1950. She studied Archeology at the University of Crete. Having been awarded with a scholarship by the French state, she completed her PhD in history of Art at the University of Sorbonne, Paris I, Panthéon in 1988. She was one of the organisers of the exhibition and the international conference for the 450 years since the birth of Domenicos Theotocopoulos (Heraklion, 1990). She has taught History of Art at the University of Crete, at the University of Patras, at the Athens’ School of Fine Arts, and at the Hellenic Open University. Since 1999 she has been teaching as Assistant Professor at Panteion University (Department of Communication, Media and Culture) both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has published articles in various journals and conference proceedings. She is also the author of a monograph on a prominent Greek painter, Thomas Fanourakis: Painting (2002, Heraklion Municipality Publications) and of Returning to Greco (1st edition: 1998, Vikelaia Municipal Library of Heraklion, Crete; 2nd edition: 2005, Nefeli publications, Athens).
- Introduction to Art History (1st Semester)
- Art History Ι (4th Semester)
- Art History ΙI (5th Semester)
- Culture Lab V: Digital Culture (6th Semester)
- Culture Lab VII: Visual Arts (8th Semester)
- Art History (MA in Cultural Management)