Dr Eleni Leontidou is a historian and researcher. She graduated from the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and continued her studies at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. In 2017 she was awarded a Ph.D.in History from the University of Cambridge. She has published two articles on Medieval History. She worked at the House of European History, the Costas and Rita Severis Foundation and is currently an independent researcher on OECD projects. She also collaborated with the European University’s Centre for Risk and Decision Sciences, working on the history of Health and Safety in Cyprus. As a result of this collaboration, a paper, ‘Occupational Health and Safety in Cyprus: a Historical Overview’, was recently published in the journal Safety Science.
National Kapodistrian University of Athens: BA in History and Archaeology
University of Oxford: MST in Medieval History
University of Cambridge: PHD in History