PhD (U of Liverpool)
- ( ARCX 320 ) Excavations at Aixonidai Halai (Voula Field School)
- ( ARCH 372 ) Ancient Materials and Technologies in the Greek World
- ( ARCH 367 ) Aegean Prehistory: The Rise & Fall of the Bronze Age Cultures
- ( ARCH 347 ) When Egypt meets the Aegean: Interconnections in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean (Thera [Santorini], Crete, Athens)
- ( ARCH 331 ) Aegean & Ancient Greek Art & Archaeology
Angelos Papadopoulos holds a BSc in Archaeology from the University of Bournemouth and an MA in Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. After receiving his PhD from the University of Liverpool he was employed by the Department of Antiquities in Cyprus.
He has been involved in a number of research projects in Greece, Cyprus and the UK, while working on museum exhibitions, excavations and various publications.
His research interests focus on the prehistory of the Eastern Mediterranean (especially the interconnections between the Aegean, Cyprus and the Levant), Bronze Age iconography, warfare and burial practices and his publications deal with these topics. Dr. Papadopoulos has co-organised three international conferences in Dublin, Athens and Nicosia and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens working on the unpublished material from the Bronze Age cemetery of Kourion in Cyprus.