Dr. Dimitris Kypriotis received a BA in Greek Culture from the Greek Open University in 2004. He holds a MSc from the University of the Aegean (2007) in Education Through New Technologies with specialisation in teaching adults local history research. He became a lecturer in social and cultural history at the same University (2014), his research focusing on oral history and photo archives.
His scientific interests and publications concern the 20th c. history of the Dodecanese and the methodology of local history. [Indicatively: Kimourtzis P., Kokkinos G., Papageorgiou I.V., Kypriotis D. (2017). Crisis, Otherness and Integration. Local policies in South Eastern Europe: The case of Rhodes island. Advance in Social Sciences Research Journal, Vol 4(5)].