Christina Kamposiori

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I am a PhD Student at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, while my background is on Archaeology/ History of Art and Cultural Heritage Management. At the moment, my research focuses on the building of personal research collections in art history and the examination of user needs in the field. My broader interests include the fields of digital humanities, user studies, art history, archaeology, museums, archives and libraries, digital curation, and cultural heritage management.

Furthermore, I am working as a research assistant at the UCL Department of Information Studies while I am a management team member of student-led initiatives such as the AHRC skills development project ‘New Media, Audiences and Affective Experiences’ and the Decoding Digital Humanities London event series. I have previously worked as a junior researcher at the Digital Curation Unit- IMIS, Athena Research Centre in Athens, Greece in the context of the project ‘Preparing DARIAH: the digital research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities’ and as an archaeologist at the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Athens, Greece.