Aleka Angeletaki

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About me

Gender Female
Industry Museums or Libraries
Occupation Senior Researcher NTNU UNIVERSITY
Location Mykonos-Trondheim, Norway
Introduction I am an Archaeologist, teacher, and project enthusiast working with cultural heritage at NTNU University of Trondheim Norway.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. 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. 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 people 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.
Interests Archaeology, history, history of art, history of religion, music, ecology.
Favorite Movies The english patient, Out of Africa
Favorite Music Vaiana, Eleni Karaindroy, Broen
Favorite Books The mandarins of Simon de Bovoir, Who rules the world, by Noam Chomsky.