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Kalliopi Minioudaki

Art historian Kalliopi Minioudaki was nominated by the Institute of Fine Arts as NYU candidate for the Association of Learned Societies postodoctoral teaching position.

She has also been invited to give a lecture on her thesis in a fine art hall in New York. Her thesis, which is to be published by Yale University Press, has contributed to the acknowledgement of the significance of an important female artists and feminists group who have remained on the fringes of the pop art movement, and touches upon the role that feminist history of art played in their marginalization.

Kalliopi Minioudaki is also participating, as a researcher and member of the catalogue publishing team and editors team, in the first female pop artists exhibition, which will be inaugurated in January 2010 in Philadelphia, and then transferred to Brooklyn Museum in 2011.