School of Architecture - Technical University of Crete
Dr. Alexandra Kouroutaki is a member of the Teaching personnel at the School of Architecture, of the Technical University of Crete. Her field of research is “Art History with a specialization in neo-Hellenic art”. She holds a PhD in Art History from the University of Bordeaux - Montaigne and a post-graduate degree in French Literature from the School of Humanities, of the Open University of Greece. She is also a graduate of the Department of French Language and Literature of the National and Capodistrian University of Athens. She graduated from the Hellenic Conservatory of Athens (1995) with a degree in piano.
Assigned to the course section "History of Art and Theory of Culture" at the School of Architecture (2018-2022), she will be teaching the course Special topics in Art History, during the spring semester 2022. Her research topics focus mainly on the fields of Neohellenic art, religious painting, relations between arts at the level of composition (painting and music) and aesthetic issues.
She is the author of a monograph on Thalia Kalligianni`s naïve art, of articles (papers) in the fields of Art History and Foreign language education, published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, in collective volumes and on electronic platforms of the Greek Ministry of Digital Policy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, General Secretariat for Public Diplomacy.
She is an art curator, member of the board of the Historical, Folkloric and Archaeological Society of Crete (ILAEK), a member of the AICA International (International Association of Art Critics), and of the Greek Association of Art Historians (EEIT).
Office: Α.23, Building K4, 1st floor
tel. (+30) 28210 06247
email: Kouroutaki <at> gmail.com, akouroutaki <at> isc.tuc.gr