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Lecturer in Preventive Conservation & History Christos Karydis

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TEI of Ionian Islands & Aristotle University of Thessalonika

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Dr. Christos Karydis

Dr. Christos Karydis is a postdoctoral researcher in preventive conservation and history of ecclesiastical textiles with the collaboration of the Ormylia Diagnostic Art Centre and the Getty institute. He is also visiting lecturer in the Aristotle University of Thessalonica and an hagiographer. He has a doctorate (PhD) in the History, Scientific Analysis & Preventive Conservation of Ecclesiastical Textiles from Mount of Athos, University of Lincoln.
He holds an MA in Preventive Conservation at the University of Northumbria and an MA in the Orthodox Theology, Greek Open University. His first degree is in Conservation from De Montfort University, UK. He has worked in Churches and monasteries at Mount Athos, Jerusalem, Constantinople, Colombia, Spain, UK and Greece. He is an external advisor in monasteries at Mount Athos and at the Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. He is a representative member of the ICOMOS-Greek Group in the I.S committee of education and prevention. He has participated in EU projects, MED-COLOUR-TECH and BYZ-TEX-ATHOS project (funded by The Getty Foundation) on the protection of textiles from Mount Athos. Additionally, he has published many papers in the first book of preventive conservation of textiles written in Greek and he is the co-editor of the Science in Preventive Conservation written in Greek (in press).

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