Katerina Dalakoura, Lecturer
Degree of Philosophy
(BA) in Education, Philosophy and Psychology, Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki.
Master Degree (MA) in
History of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
History of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Teaching work a) In state secondary schools (1987-1998),
b) in programs of further education and training for teachers
and teachers’ educators (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
1993-1996 & 2000-2003), c) as an under contract Lecturer
(Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and University of West
Macedonia, 2004-2006), d) Lecturer in History of Education
(University of Crete, current position since 2007)
- History of Greek Women’s
Education within the Ottoman Empire (19th c. 1922)
- Approaches to History of Greek Women’s Education (19th
c. – 1930)
- Enlightenment and Woomanhood
- Greek Women Teachers and
Print Cultures within the Boarders of Ottoman Empire
- Gender and Education
- History of Greek Education
(19th c. -20th c.)
- Educational Reforms and
educational policy in Greece
- Greek Pedagogues and
the Formation of Pedagogic Thought at the
activities and research: Planning and
realization of educational and training curricula, 25 presentations
in national and international conferences, participation in
9 research programs regarding History of Education and Gender
issues and scientifically responsible for 1 research project
funded by EC (European Programs for Initial Education and Training)and
Greek state and another submitted (expecting the results)..
History of Women’s Education (19thc-20th c), History
of Education in the Ottoman Empire, Print Cultures, Issues
of Gender in Education, Educational Research Methodology and
Methodology of Historiography.
(2000)The Central School for Girls of Thessaloniki (1854-1914):
Girls` Education in Thessaloniki during the last period
of the ottoman domination[in Greek]. Thessaloniki: Kyriakidis
(2008) Women’s Education in the Greek Communities of
the Ottoman Empire (19th cent.-1922): women’s socialization,
patriarchy and nationalism [in Greek]. Athens: Gutenberg.
Arnot, Diadikasies anaparagogis tou Fylou: Ekpaideftiki Theoria
kai Feministikes politikes, trans. Katerina Dalakoura & Xristina
Athanasiadou (original title: Reproducing Gender ?). Athens:
in conference proceedings and journals
(2000) The Nationalistic Dimension in the Upbringing and Education
of Young Greek Women in the Territories of the Ottoman Empire during
the 19th Century, in: Nikos P. Terzis (ed), Education in the
Balkans: From the Enlightenment to the Founding of the Nation-States(
315-332). Thessaloniki: Balkan Society for Pedagogy and Education,
(2000) Women’s Education in Thessaloniki and Philippoupolis
(Plovdiv) (19th century-1922) [in Greek] in E. Chekimoglou (ed) Thessaloniki
and Philippoupolis in Paraller Processes: History, Arts
and Culture (18thc. – 20th c.). Thessaloniki: Cultural
Society of Entrepreneurs of North Greece.
(2002) Greek Gir’s Moral education within the Ottoman Empire
(19th c.-1922) , in Education in the Daylight of the 21st C. Proceedings
of the 2nd International Historical Conference (4-6 200), Patras
(2005) Administrative Forms, Classification of Knowledge and Social
Reproduction in Female Education (19th c. –beginning of 20th
c.) [in Greek], in Sofia Iliadou-Tachou & Andreas Andreou (eds)
Greek education (18th c. – 20th c): Research issues. Florina:
University of West Macedonia Press.
(2006) New Perspectives and Methdlogical considerations in Contemporary
Historiography of the History of Education, in Chr. Tzikas (ed..)
IHistoriography of Education Issues,ConferenceProceedings. Αθήνα-Θεσσαλονίκη:
Επίκεντρο, pp. 105-122.
(2007) (in cooperation with S. Ziogou-Karastergiou) Women Teachers’ Professional
Identity [in Greek], Educational Sciences, 4: 19-32.
(2007) Education and Female Consciousness in the Creek Communities
of the Ottoman Empire (19th c) The Hindrance of the Emergence of
a Feminist Consciousness [in Greek], Ariadne, 13:223-244.
(2008) Mathematical Education of Greek Women during the 19th century, History
and Pedagogy of Mathematics Newsletter, 68, 12-13 (HPM webpage: http://www.clab.edc.uoc.gr/hpm).
(2009) Girls’ Education in Serres (10th c. -1914): Innovative
Features and Radical Trends [in Greek], History of Education
(2009) Mathematical Education of Greek Women during the 19th century,
in K. Tzanakis & Kourkoulos (ed.) Didactics O Mathematics.
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference [in Greek],
v. 1. Rethymno: Department of Education, University of Crete, pp.
(2009) ‘Ladies’ Newspaper’: Discourses on female
teachers, [in Greek] in S. Ziogou –Karastergiou (ed)Life
Stories of women teachers. Thessaloniki: Vanias, pp.363-382.
(Forthcoming) “Debates on Education in the Ottoman Greek Women’s
periodicals (19th c. – 1908)”. .Paper presented at the
Conference “The history of Popular education, Utrecht, August
2009. (Forth comining in a volume edited by Sjaak Braster, Ian Grosvenor & Frank
(Forthcoming) Aspects of Girls’ Education in the Greek Communities
of the Ottoman Empire (19th c. - 1922): Moral and Ethnic/National,
in Krassimira Daskalova, Mary O'Dowd and Daniela Koleva (eds) Women,
Gender, and the Cultural Production of Knowledge. Budapest: