18-24 June 2023
25 June – 1 July 2023
A dinner with the Ambassador of Norway
Afroditi is the founder of Case Heritage Studies. She has worked for many years in the archaeological sector and in international education. She is passionate about showing to students how the past is interconnected with the present and shapes the future. She has offered as an educator various trips in which students had the opportunity to develop skills and understanding through interactive activities with background the historical past.
After graduating from the Department of History & Archaeology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Afroditi continued her studies in Archaeological Heritage & Museum Studies in the University of Cambridge in the UK where she received an MPhil and PhD degree.
Most recently she has earned a Certificate in School Management & Leadership from Harvard Graduate School of Education and Harvard Business School as well as a Postgraduate Advanced Certificate in Educational Studies: Educational Assessment from the University of Cambridge.
Delia is the Legal Representative of the Norwegian Institute at Athens / University of Bergen, where she works as adviser. She holds a Ph.D. in Museology (Roskilde University, Denmark), an MA in Gallery Studies (University of Essex, UK) and a BA in Archaeology-History of Art (National and Kapodistrian University, Greece). In 1993 Delia organized the first course in Museology in Greece, at the Athens College (Adult Education Programs) and since then she has been working almost uninterruptedly as a university lecturer in museology and curation studies (Panteion University, National and Kapodistrian University, Athens School of Fine Arts).
Between the years 1998-2004 Delia Tzortzaki worked as research collaborator at Roskilde University (Department of Communication). Furthermore, Delia has held scientific and administrative posts in Athenian museums and cultural bodies including the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports (state competition by the Supreme Personnel Selection Council, ASEP in 2010). In 2018 she represented the Athens School of Fine Arts and the Norwegian Institute at Athens by curating Beat: From portraits to selfies (Old Library, ASFA), a collaboration between ASFA and the University of Agder (Norway). Her main research interests focus on the evolution of the museum phenomenon, the epistemology of digital heritage and novel curation practices including the reuse of deadstock fabrics within sustainable heritage and circular economy.
Delia is the main editor of the collective volume The Theory of Museology. Main Schools of Thought 1960-2000 (in print). More recent publications: “On the border of the culturally ‘known’: European Everything and the presence of Sami in documenta 14”, FIELD, 18/19, spring 2021 (accessed 3.1.2022) and “From the Ideal to the Spectacular. Hellenic Antiquity and the Discourse of Authenticity”, Museologica Brunensia, 2019/08/02, 2-14.
Students will stay in triple rooms, but they can choose to stay in single room for 85€ per day, or in four bed room for 120€ per day.
Contact information of Civitel Attik & Civitel Esprit Hotel
11 Olimpias str. 151 24 Maroussi, Attica, GreeceT. +30 210 6101000. +30 210 6898195. email@example.com
Students must have the European Health Card Insurance that allows them to access public health care in another EU/EEA state for free or at a reduced rate. You can find out more information about the European Health Card Insurance, including how you can apply for or renew it and what does it cover here
Safety of all our members, students and teachers, is of paramount concern. Teachers, assistants and supervisors will be within an approved ratio to make sure that all students are safely supervised at all times. Teaching facilities and hotel are secure premises with reception to ensure the safety of students of this age. Teachers, assistants and supervisors are responsible for the students and knowing where they are at all times, including their medical condition and special routines where necessary. In addition, accompanying staff is equipped with the first-aid kit and life-saving training to meet the needs and demands for the course.
We provide excellent pastoral care to our students. Teaching staff, assistants and supervisors are all professionals who hold teaching degrees and are licensed to work with students of this age. There are specific instructions and procedures that we follow for the safety of our students that are clearly communicated to all teaching staff and supervisors and to parents and students prior to arrival in Athens. You will receive an information pack that includes explicit information about the health and safety of our students shortly after your booking.
There is a Programme Counsellor who is responsible for all students at any time of the day and night while they are in Athens. Students can contact the Programme Counsellor at any time to discuss any issues and receive the required help and assistance.
We recommend that students are insured by their own insurance scheme for their travels to and from Athens and for their stay in Athens. Insurance schemes can cover, for example, cancellation of course and travel tickets occurred by the participant student, loss of personal belongings, baggage, money and valuables, and emergent medical expenses.
Athens has a Mediterranean climate with mild and moderately rainy winters and sunny and hot summers. In summer, the temperature usually reaches 35 °C , but at times it can go up to 40 °C When you finalize your booking, you will receive a list with what you need to pack for your stay in Athens. Here is an indicative list of what you will need to pack.
Students should bring pocket money for water, snacks, and personal expenses such as souvenirs and small gifts. They should not use ATM cards as pocket money. ATM cards can be used, however, for emergencies and/or shopping. Students are responsible for their own money, personal belongings, and valuables at all times. Students are advised to keep money and valuables in the electronic safe deposit box at the hotel.