Institute of Archaeology

Dr Georgia Andreou

Dr Georgia Andreou

Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Near East Archaeology

Institute of Archaeology Gordon Square

Institute of Archaeology

Joined UCL
20th Nov 2020

Research summary

Landscape Archaeology (GIS, remote sensing)

Computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology

Maritime Archaeology

Mediterranean Archaeology

Near Eastern Archaeology

Teaching summary

Co-ordinator (with Claudia Naeser): ARCL0007 Introduction to Egypt and Near Eastern Archaeology

I am currently coordinating Introduction to Egyptian and Near Eastern Archaeology and I regularly contribute to maritime archaeology modules at the University of Southampton.

Through my previous academic appointments I have designed and delivered:

GIS for the Humanities and the Social Sciences;

GIS for Ancient Landscape Analysis;

Archaeologies of the Rural Landscape;

Divided Places: For Conflict, Memory, Understanding and Reconciliation

I also delivered the course: Troy Rocks! Archaeology of an Epic

I have delivered teaching and workshops on maritime archaeology (Cultural Protection Fund; SOAS) and coastal archaeology (University of Cyprus; Cornell University).


2020 - present: Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Near East Archaeology, UCL Institute of Archaeology

2019 - Research Associate at the Maritime Endangered Archaeology of the Middle East and North Africa (MarEA) Project, University of Southampton

2018-19: Postdoctoral Fellow in Mediterranean Archaeology, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University.

2015-18: Research Associate, Department of Classics, Cornell University

2014: Research Assistant, Department of History, University of Edinburgh

Educational Background:

PhD Archaeology, University of Edinburgh 

MSc Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Edinburgh

BA History and Archaeology, University of Cyprus