Dimitris Plantzos is a classical archaeologist, educated at Athens and Oxford. He was worked as a curator of exhibitions and has taught classical archaeology in Greece and abroad. His research interests include the history of ancient art, archaeological theory and cultural studies. His books and studies have been published by both Greek and international publishers. His recent publications in the field of cultural criticism include: Archaeologies of the classical: reconsidering the empirical rule (Athens: Ekdoseis tou Eikostou Protou, 2014) and The recent future: Greek antiquity as a biopolitical apparatus (Athens: Nefeli, 2016). Since 2013, he has been teaching classical archaeology at the University of Athens.
Ιδιότητα: Deputy Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Athens