Dept. of Classical Studies, Modern Greek Program
2005 Ph.D. in Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
1996 M.A. in Anthropology, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
1994 B.A. in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Margomenou, D. and M. Roumpou, "Storage Technologies as Embedded Social Practices: Studying Pithos Storage in Prehistoric Northern Greece." In Brysbaert, A. (ed.), Tracing Social Networks Through Studying Technologies: A Diachronical Perspective from the Aegean. Routledge, NY. 2011
2008, Margomenou, D. "Food Storage in Northern Greece: Interrogating Complexity at the Margins of the ‘Mycenaean World’." Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, 21(12): 191-212.
2006, Margomenou, D., Andreou, St., Kotsakis, K. New evidence from Toumba Thessalonikis: Reconsidering storage areas and storage practices. Archaeological Research in Macedonia and Thrace 19: 157-171.
2005, Cherry J. F., D. Margomenou, and L. E. Talalay (eds.), Prehistorians Round the Pond: Reflections on Aegean Prehistory as a Discipline, Kelsey Museum Publications 2.
2005, Margomenou, D., J. F. Cherry, and L. E. Talalay, "Reflections on the ‘Aegean’ and its Prehistory: Present Routes and Future Destinations for Aegean Prehistory." In Cherry J. F., L. E. Talalay and D. Margomenou (eds.), Prehistorians Round the Pond: Reflections on Aegean Prehistory as a Discipline, Kelsey Museum Publications 2.
2004, Efstratiou N., Karetsou, A., Banou, E. and Margomenou, D., "The Neolithic Settlement of Knossos: New Light on an Old Picture." In Cadogan G., Hatzaki E. and Vasilakis A. (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State-100 Years of Excavation at the Palace of Knossos, Crete, British School at Athens Studies 12:39-49. London.
Modern Greek language/culture pedagogy,
ethics of museum and archaeological practice,
politics of heritage in Modern Greece,
archaeology as political action.
Modern Greek Language
beginner, intermediate, advanced-intermediate levels/ undergraduate-graduate
Athens: Past and Present
Graduate/Directed Reading Group:
“The Eastern Mediterranean, Greece, and the Balkans: Anthropology and Material Culture Studies”