BA, MA, MPhil
Teacher of Modern Greek Language, Literature and History
Tel: +44 (0) 28 9097 3442
Lamprini PAPATHANASIOU, BA, MA, MPhil, is a teacher of Modern Greek Language, Literature and History seconded to Queen's University Belfast by the Greek Government.
Lamprini obtained her first BA degree with Honours in Greek Philology (Language - Literature) and History in 1986. In 1997 Lamprini obtained her second BA degree in Pedagogics.
Afterwards, Lamprini gained two Masters degrees, both from the University of Ioannina, Greece. She obtained her MA (with Honours) in Medieval Studies in 1999 and her MPhil (with Honours) in Greek Philosophy and Philosophy of Science in 2003. At the same time she started work on a PhD in the field of Historical Geography at the University of Ioannina, Greece.
During her career as a teacher and Head Teacher, Lamprini taught Greek Language, Literature and History, both in Greece and abroad. She successfully established pilot projects in Local History, Environmental Education and Greek Literature and Culture.
Currently, Lamprini teaches Modern Greek Language, Literature and History in the Institute of Byzantine Studies, School of History and Anthropology and in the Language Centre at Queen's University Belfast.