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Anna Micheli (born in Athens, 1978) is a social archaeologist. She graduated with honours from the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Padua with a degree in archaeology and art history.
She holds two master's degrees in Urban, Environmental and Applied - Clinical Sociology and in Human geography and Spatial Planning. She worked for a decade at the Ministry of Culture as a contract (field) archaeologist. She holds a PhD in the field of Sociology of Art and is a postdoctoral research fellow in the same field of research at the University of the Aegean.
She has taught as a teaching assistant the undergraduate courses "Sociology of Art and Nature" and "Sociology of Urban Spaces" and as a lecturer on assignment, the courses "Critical readings in sociological and aesthetic theory", as well as "qualitative research methods" in the inter-departmental postgraduate programme "Applied Clinical Sociology and Art" of the Department of Sociology of the University of the Aegean and the Department of Visual and Applied Arts of the University of Western Macedonia.
Since 2020 she is a member of the Hellenic Open University at the School of Applied Arts and Sustainable Design. Her research interests include cultural management, promotion, and enhancement of the cultural heritage with an emphasis on the perception and interpretation of artworks in the contemporary social and museum environment, public and social archaeology, and social philosophy of art.
She is an expert in empirical social research in the field of social sciences and humanities with an emphasis on cultural studies.