Aleka Angeletaki

Archaeologist, Teacher, and Project Manager in Trondheim, Norway

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I am an Archaeologist, teacher, and project manager working with cultural heritage at NTNU University of Trondheim Norway.

I am also an environmental activist and a member of the Cycladic Network. I am currently involved in a great initiative that is creating cultural bonds between many countries and small communities that strive for their right in education and sustainable development called World Cultures United where I work with my friends from many different countries. My main work is on educational design and workshops in order to create sustainable developmental strategies for school children and NGO organisations.

I love travelling and since 2003 I have been organising tours to Greece and other countries in collaboration with NTNU under the title Myths and plants of Greece. I have had many NTNU students in cultural tours and field courses with me to the Cycladic islands and my main interest is networking.

I am originally from Mykonos Greece but currently living in Trondheim, Norway. I speak fluently, Greek, Norwegian, English and Spanish. and love to work with people. My interests range from Archaeology to history, arts and music,arts and theater.

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Professional Skills: Archaeological excavation , Museum exhibitions, Tour Guiding, European Archaeology lecturer , Research Information, Literacy lecturer ,Digital Humanities Researcher , Educational designer.

  • Work
    • Escape travel
  • Education
    • University of Oslo