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I am Professor at Vrije University Amsterdam where I hold the Chair of Social Anthropology. My focus is anthropology of infrastructures, mobility and urban public spaces and I carry out an anthropological research of the Greek Crisis since 2010.


In 2017 I was awarded an Innovative Research VIDI grant from the Dutch Scientific Research Organisation (NWO) for my project Infra-Demos.  In 2016 I was part of the team of anthropologists from 4 countries who were awarded an ERASMUS+ grant for the project PEOPLE.  In 2012 I was awarded an ESRC-Future Research Leaders grant for the project The City at a time of Crisis: Transformations of Public Spaces in Athens (crisis-scape.net). Meanwhile
I was awarded twice the Sussex Teaching Excellence award (2010 and 2012).

My books include:  The Road (2017),
Critical Times in Greece (2018), Crisis-scapes (2014), Roads and Anthropology, (2014, 2012) and Revolt and Crisis in Greece (2011).  Over 60 articles and book chapters of mine have been published since 2010, whilst I was also an associate and advisory editor of the International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. 

I have co-researched and have co-produced the documentaries Future Suspended, the Politics of Knives, and Landscapes of Emergency, see also Athens Social Meltdown. I co-organise the Amsterdam Ethnographic Film Festival and the Amsterdam Anthropology Lecture Series.

My PhD thesis was titled an Anthropology of the Road (UCL, 2009) and I hold an MA in Migration Studies from the University of Amsterdam and a BA (hns) in Social Policy & Social Anthropology from Panteion University, Athens. I am Seeger Fellow at Princeton University (2017-2018) and Honorary Lecturer in Global Political Economy at Sussex University (2015-2018). I was Visiting Scholar at CUNY Graduate Center - Center for Place, Culture and Politics (2013-2014) and Honorary Research Fellow in Material Culture at UCL, Department of Anthropology (2008-2011)  but I was also a Marie Curie visiting staff at the department of History in Ca Foscari University of Venice (2005-06).

I am editor for Anthropology in the journal City and
in the Advisory board of Anthropology and Materialism and ANNUAC  Revista the  journal of the association of cultural anthropologists of Italy . I was co-editing (2007-2014) the Anarchist journal 'Occupied London' and the web-blog 'From the Greek Streets ' which was updating on almost daily basis the events in Greece from a radical political approach between 2008 and 2014. Last but not least, I am Greece's COI in the Right in Exile Programme.


  

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Research

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I cur­rently su­per­vise

  • Christos Giovanopoulos Emergence of new ifrastructurql networks at Greece of crisis 
  • Giorgos Serdentakis Food and Cooking under crisis conditions
  • An­to­nis Alexan­dridis The Po­et­ics and Pol­i­tics of Ir­reg­u­lar Mi­grant Cit­i­zen­ship and Labour in Greece in a Time of Cri­sis.
  • Geor­gos Pouli­me­nakos Re­pro­duc­tion be­yond hege­mony: Class and the mean­ings of labour in a neigh­bor­hood of Pi­raeus in times of dein­dus­tri­al­iza­tion and cri­sis
  • Anna Giu­lia De­la­puppa Moth­er­ing the Na­tion: Na­tion­al­ism, teach­ing his­tory and gen­der in Greece
  • Elena Bonanini Refugees Trajectories in Greece
  • Tarryn Frankish The ‘born-free generation’: Narrating memory in post-Apartheid South Africa.
  • Jesse Jonkman Multi-eth­nic Democ­racy and Land Tenure in Colom­bia

In the past su­per­vised as first su­per­vi­sor

  • Alexan­der Dun­lap Re­new­ing De­struc­tion: Green En­ergy and Land-Grab­bing in Oax­aca, Mex­ico (VU, 2017)
  • Jacken Al­fred Wa­ters (ESRC funded) Pro­duc­tion of Urban Spaces and Protest in Lon­don (Sussex uni, 2016)
  • Chet Fran­sch "Wood, carved by the knife of cir­cum­stance..."?: Cape Rapists and Rape in South Africa, c. 1910-1980 (VU, 2016)

    

Education / Academic qualification

Social Anthropology, Material Culture, PhD, University of London, UCL

20042008

Migration and Ethnic Studies, Master, University of Amsterdam

20032004

Social Anthropology and Social Policy , Bachelor, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences

19992003

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Research Output 2007 2018

De te fabula narratur? Ethnography of and during the Greek crisis

Dalakoglou, D. & Angelopoulos, G. 2018 Critical Times in Greece: Anthropological Engagements with the crisis. Dalakoglou, D. & Angelopoulos, G. (eds.). Routledge, p. 1 22 p. (Routledge Studies in Anthropology)

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewChapter

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Failure

Dalakoglou, D. 2017 Material Culture of Failure: When Things Do Wrong.. Carrol, T., Jeevendrampillai, D., Parkhurst, A. & Shackelford, J. (eds.). London: Bloomsburry

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewChapter

Greece in Crisis: Anthropological Engagements with the Crisis

Dalakoglou, D. (ed.) & Agelopoulos, G. (ed.) 2017 London: Routledge. (Routledge Series in Anthropolgy)

Research output: ScientificBook editing

Renewing Destruction: Wind Energy Development in Oaxaca, Mexico

Dunlap, A. A. 2017 320 p.

Research output: ScientificPhD Thesis - Research VU, graduation VU

Open Access
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Roads

Dalakoglou, D. 2017 International Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology. London: Wiley

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewChapter