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Pavlis Evangelos
Assistant Professor

Evangelos Pavlis is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Development at the Agricultural University of Athens in Greece with specialization in social analysis of rural space.

He holds a BSC in Countryside Change and Management (Geography Department in co-operation with Planning & Business Departments), an M.Sc. in Rural Change (Geography Department) from Coventry University in UK and a Ph.D on conscience and rural landscape from the Department of Geography at University of the Aegean. He made his Post-Doc research on ecomuseums employing a territorial approach to rural development at the Department of Social Policy at Panteion University in Athens and gaining a scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY).

His teaching experience spreads in almost all levels of Greek education, as he has worked for the Hellenic Open University (still does), the University of the Aegean, the Public Institute of Vocational Training of Mytilene, and has been an appointed science teacher in Secondary Education.

He has participated in European and national research and development projects and has authored scientific papers, which have been published in peer-reviewed international and Greek scientific journals, in special/ collective volumes, announced in conferences, etc. At the same time, he has made interventions on pressing socio-spatial issues.

He has served and continues to serve as a reviewer of international scientific journals, as project evaluator (and evaluator of the Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center – D.O.A.T.A.P.) and as a member of organizational and scientific committees of conferences, events, summer schools and workshops. Since November 2021 he has been the (elected) Secretary General of the Hellenic Association of Geographers.

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His research interests generally concern the challenges of post-productive rural areas and are related to the transformation and multifunctionality of rural space, the protection, management and planning of the rural landscape, local entrepreneurship, the commons and the social economy, the production-processing-tourism-culture-sport interface and the promotion of history, collective memory and landscape values through ecomuseums and sustainable/ territorial development.

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