Dr, Dr Habilit Glykeria Chatzoulis is an associate professor of Byzantine Archaeology and Art at the School of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
She was born in Thessaloniki and completed her secondary education at the Greek- French of the sisters of Charity (Kalamari). She holds a BA in French Language & Literature and in Theology from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and a BA in Archaeology from the University of Ioannina.
She completed her MA at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and she was awarded
her PhD from the school of History and Archaeology, University of Ioannina. She holds also an “habilitation à diriger les recherches” of the Russian Institute of Orthodox Studies (Saint Serge) in Paris.
She worked as archaeologist in the Ministry of Culture in the North-west Greece, Epirus and Macedonia (1986-1989), and then she became scientific associate at the Centre of Byzantine Studies of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1990-1998).
She carried out research on Byzantine and Post Byzantine Art in Greece and in the Balkan Peninsula (monumental topography, rescue excavations, recording of treasures). She participated in the excavations of the University of Ioannina (1982-2004).
She currently teaches Byzantine Archaeology and Art at the School of Theology and she participates in a Program of practical training of students in teaching. In the Special Direction of Muscleman Studies she teaches the lesson: « Sacred Site, Art and Architecture». In addition, she teaches «History of Italian art» at the School of Italian Language and Literature of the Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She also teaches at the University of Congo, Faculté de Théologie Orthodoxe-"Saint Athanase l'Athonite" and at the School of Theology at the University “Logos” of the Orthodox Autocephalous Church of the Albania and at the graduate program of theological studies at “Neapolis” University, Pafos/Cyprus.
She also teaches a series of seminary courses on miniatures of Byzantine and post-Byzantine period, at the Patriarchal Institute of Patristic Studies in Thessaloniki.
She has also given lectures as invited speaker in universities abroad (Paris, Lyon, Nitra Slovakia etc.).
She has supervised M.A. dissertations and participated in Ph.D. supervisory committees in Greek Universities (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, University of Macedonia, etc.) and International University of Greece.
She has participated in several European research and educational programs. More specifically she has participated as instructor in the program of Updating Alumni Knowledge, entitled: "Modern forms of Tourism development: Innovative actions”; Module: Religious Tourism.
She has organized Exhibitions of icons and relics of Byzantine and post-Byzantine art in Greece (Thessaloniki, Lagadas, etc.) and abroad (Ponitrtianske Mùzeum v Nitre Slovakia).
In February 2019 she was elected director of the Laboratory Hagiography- Ecclesiastical Minor arts and Conservation of Religious Artworks of the Department of Church History, Christian Literature, Archaeology and Art.
She has many publications in Greek, English and French collective volumes and journals and she has attended various conferences on topics of her specialty in Greece and abroad.
She participates in the selection committees for the appointment or promotion of the Faculty members and various committees of the school of Theology (OMEA, Alumni Welfare, Finance, student guide etc.). She is a member of the 2nd Department of the First Degree Disciplinary Council of the Regional Directorate of the Primary and Secondary education of Central Macedonia.