Isavella Voulgareli

Isavella is a PhD student at Cambridge Heritage Research Centre (CHRC), University of Cambridge. She read Classics for her BA (2015) and MA (2017) at the University of Athens before she completed her MA in Cultural Heritage Studies at UCL (2018). Prior to commencing her PhD (2021), she worked in the field of heritage learning and public engagement, where she co-designed and delivered a variety of community-led research projects. Her PhD research applies a gender-oriented approach to the tangible/intangible heritage distinction addressing issues of epistemic injustice, and the socio-political impact that the distinction has in heritage process. Besides her academic work, Isavella is a committee member of the Heritage and Colonialism Discussion Group (HCDG) at CHRC.