Andreas

Gkoutzioukostas

Professor
Byzantine History-Institutions
Short CV Presentation

Andreas E. Goutzioukostas was born in Chalkida in 1976. He graduated from the School of History and Archaeology of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with a degree in History (grade: “Very Good 8,42”). In June 2000 he earned his master’s degree in Byzantine History (grade: “Excellent 9,94”) and in June 2004 he received his PhD degree in Byzantine History (grade: “Excellent”) from the same School. From September 2006 to May 2011 he served as a Lecturer of Byzantine History-Institutions at the School of History and Archaeology and in June 2011 he was promoted to Assistant Professor. In February 2018 he became an Associate Professor and since June 2022 he has been appointed as a Full Professor of Byzantine History-Institutions in the same School. His research interests and publications focus on Byzantine institutions, administration of justice, prosopography, Sigillography, and Epigraphy.

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Research Interests
Byzantine History, Byzantine Administration, Byzantine Law, Byzantine Sigillography, Byzantine Prosopography
Skills

Andreas

Gkoutzioukostas

Professor
Byzantine History-Institutions
Short CV Presentation

Andreas E. Goutzioukostas was born in Chalkida in 1976. He graduated from the School of History and Archaeology of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with a degree in History (grade: “Very Good 8,42”). In June 2000 he earned his master’s degree in Byzantine History (grade: “Excellent 9,94”) and in June 2004 he received his PhD degree in Byzantine History (grade: “Excellent”) from the same School. From September 2006 to May 2011 he served as a Lecturer of Byzantine History-Institutions at the School of History and Archaeology and in June 2011 he was promoted to Assistant Professor. In February 2018 he became an Associate Professor and since June 2022 he has been appointed as a Full Professor of Byzantine History-Institutions in the same School. His research interests and publications focus on Byzantine institutions, administration of justice, prosopography, Sigillography, and Epigraphy.

Professional Experience
1999 - 2001

Byzantine Research Centre, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Adjunct Research Associate

2000 - 2004

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Mediaeval History, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Teaching Assistant (as a PhD candidate)

2003 - 2004

7th Technical Vocational School of Thessaloniki

Teacher (language and history)

2003 - 2006

M. I. Mpacharakis private secondary school

Teacher (language and history)

2006 - 2011

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Mediaeval History, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Lecturer in Byzantine History-Institutions

2011 - 2018

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Mediaeval History, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Assistant Professor of Byzantine History-Institutions

2018 - 2021

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Mediaeval History, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Associate Professor of Byzantine History-Institutions

2022 - 2024

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman, Byzantine and Mediaeval History, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Professor of Byzantine History-Institutions

2013 - 2019

Hellenic Open University, Greek History (ELP11)

Collaborating Teaching Staff

2019 - 2020

Hellenic Open Universit, Public and Private Life in Greece I: From Antiquity to the Post-Byzantine Period (ELP 20)

Collaborating Teaching Staff

2020 - 2024

Hellenic Open Universit, Public and Private Life in Greece I: From Antiquity to the Post-Byzantine Period (ELP 20)

Coordinator and Collaborating Teaching Staff

Courses
2013 - 2024

HBY 101 Introduction to Byzantine History (Undergraduate)

2011 - 2022

HBY 603 Seminar in Byzantine History (Undergraduate)

2012 - 2013

HBY 601 Byzantine History Ι (324-1081) (Undergraduate)

2014 - 2018

HBY 706 Imperial Ideology, Administration, and Institutions of Byzantium (Postgraduate)

2014 - 2016

HBY 603 Late Byzantine Period (Undergraduate)

2014 - 2015

HBY 725 History and Civilization in the Early Byzantine Period (Postgraduate)

2018 - 2022

HBY 201 Topics on the Early Byzantine Period (Undergraduate)

2018 - 2024

ΙΒΥ 701 Administration and Institutions of the Byzantine state (Postgraduate)

2020 - 2024

HBY 151 Introduction to Byzantine History (Undergraduate)

2022 - 2023

HBY 309 Army and military organization of the Byzantine state (Undergraduate)

2020 - 2021

HBY 707 Administration of Justice in Byzantium (Postgraduate)

2023 - 2024

HBY 501 Central and Provincial Adminstration (Undergraduate)

2006 - 2008

HBY 308 Institutions of the Late Byzantine Period (Undergraduate)

Publications
2001

The institution of the quaestor sacri palatii: Its creation, duties and evolution [Society of Byzantine Research], Thessaloniki (in Greek)Βυζαντινών Ερευνών 18], Thessaloniki 2001

Andreas Gkoutzioukostas

Books

2004

Administration of justice in Byzantium (9th-12th c.). Secular judicial officers and tribunals of the capital (Constantinople) [Byzantine Texts and Studies 37], Thessaloniki 2004 (in Greek)..

Andreas Gkoutzioukostas

Books

2009

The regional reorganization of the Byzantine Empire by Justinian I (527-565): The case of Quaestura Iustiniana Exercitus [Society of Byzantine Research 22], Thessaloniki (in Greek)

Andreas Gkoutzioukostas - X. Moniaros

Books

2011

The office of mystikos: Institutional and prosopographical problems,Thessaloniki (in Greek).

Andreas Gkoutzioukostas

Books

2021

THESSALONICIAN EPIGRAPHICAL ESSAYS: Chronological and interpretational approaches to Byzantine donor inscriptions from the walls of the city and the basilica of St Demetrius, Thessaloniki (in Greek).

Andreas Gkoutzioukostas

Projects

Digital Database of seals: Officers and offices of Thrace and Macedonia themes (8th-10th c.)

The aim of the research program was the creation of a digital database of seals that belong to offic

Lead Seals in Byzantine Thrace: Re-examination of data, mapping the distribution of findings and tracing the communication networks (LSByT)

The subject matter of the project is the Byzantine lead seals or molybdoboulla, an original primary

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