Kyriaki Konstantinidou is a Research Assistant in the project “Digital Periegesis”, Uppsala University, Sweden and teaches ancient Greek theatre for the Hellenic Open University.
She has studied Classics at Nottingham, UK (PhD 2009), Cambridge, UK (MPhil 2003) and Thessaloniki, Greece (BA 2000), and held research positions at Umeå University (Sweden) and Freie Universität Berlin (Germany).
From 2010-2016 she was an Onassis Foundation Fellow at Boğaziçi University (Istanbul, Turkey).
Using ancient Greek literary sources especially drama, her research interests focus on aspects of human and divine justice, space and identity, acts of violence, the emotions, and speech acts (e.g. oaths and curses).
As a research student in the project “the Oath in Archaic and Classical Greece” (University of Nottingham, UK), she gained experience in applying digital tools and methods for data analysis.
She has also used various digital applications for teaching at the Hellenic Open University and The Open University of Cyprus.