Drexel GIS Users Group: Mapping Crisis: the archaeology of forced migration in modern Greece
From Lawrence Milliken on May 25th, 2017
Kostis Kourelis is an architectural historian and archaeologist, and Associate Professor of Art History at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster PA. His fieldwork focuses on settlements, landscapes, and vernacular architecture; he has excavated in Greece, Italy, Tunisia, and Ukraine. His recent scholarship focuses on refugee camps and deserted villages in Greece, on ethnic neighborhoods in American cities, and on labor housing in North Dakota. Kourelis teaches History of Architecture, Medieval Art, Islamic Art, Migration Architecture, Archaeology of Home, and Lancaster Architecture. He is advisor to students interested in Architecture, Design, Urban Studies, Landscape Architecture, and Historic Preservation.