Manos Ioannis

Assοciate Professor
Social Anthropology of the Balkans

Ioannis studied History and Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Social Anthropology at the Universities of Hamburg, Germany and Sussex in UK. He has worked as a Visiting Professor at the Department of Social Anthropology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, in Münster, Germany and a Full Time Visiting Research Fellow at the Sussex European Institute, (Sussex University). He has received a post graduate certificate in social research methods from the Graduate School in Social Sciences (Sussex University). He serves as the Europe regional editor for the Teaching Anthropology Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, co-convener of the EASA Teaching Anthropology Network. He is a founding member of the academic network for Anthropology and the Balkans «Border Crossings», member of its Advisory Board and co-editor of its publications series. His research interests include the study of borders and border regions; nationalism and ethnicity; political anthropology; dance anthropology; educational anthropology; migration; human and minority rights; epistemology and methodology of research; methodology of teaching anthropology; applied anthropology; Balkans/South-East Europe.