Editorial Team

University of Nicosia

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Christina Ioannou

Christina Ioannou is Associate Dean of the School of Law of the University of Nicosia and Associate Professor of European Politics and Labour Law. She holds a PhD and MA from the University of Manchester and a BSc from the University of Warwick. She is the coordinator of the MA programme in Law and Politics in the European Union, as well as a member of the board of directors of the Centre of European Dialogue and Research. She acts as a consultant on labour and employment law issues with the Law Firm A. & E. C. Emilianides, C. Katsaros and Associates LLC. Her areas of specialisation include labour law, European integration, Europeanisation and social policy. Her latest publications include articles in international peer reviewed journals, book chapters and the book monograph Labour Law in Cyprus, which is published as part of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws Series (Kluwer Law International: Hague, 2016).

Consulting Editor: Prof. Achilles C. Emilianides

Achilles C. Emilianides is Professor of Law and Dean of the School of Law of the University of Nicosia, as well as a practicing advocate. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Cyprus and European Law Review and the Chair of the Royal Commonwealth Society Cyprus Branch. Major recent book publications include: An Introduction to the Bibliography of Cypriot Law (2017), Labour Law in Cyprus (2016), The Republic of Cyprus and the Doctrine of Necessity (2016), Elements of Greek and Cypriot Law on Religion (2016), Cypriot Succession Law (2015), Media Law in Cyprus (2015), Private International Law in Cyprus (2015), Law and Religion in Cyprus (2014), Annotated Legal Documents on Islam in Cyprus (2014), Constitutional Law in Cyprus (2013), Family and Succession Law (2012).

Assistant Editor: Dr Maria Hadjiathanasiou

Maria Hadjiathanasiou works as a Research Associate and Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Nicosia, and as a Special Scientist at the University of Cyprus. She received her PhD from the University of Bristol, UK. She wrote her thesis on propaganda and the Cyprus anti-colonial Revolt, 1955-1959. Her current research interests include empire studies, colonial insurgencies and decolonisation, propaganda and the media, cultural policy and cultural diplomacy.

 

Managing Editor: Dr. Emilios A. Solomou

Dr. Emilios A. Solomou is Director of the UNESCO Chair of the University of Nicosia. He studied History at the University of Cardiff where he received his B.A (Hons). His postgraduate studies are in the field of History and History Methodology and Didactics. He received his Doctorate, from the University of Middlesex (U.K.) of which he is currently an Internal Examiner. Since 2000 he has been teaching Cyprus History on the M.A. in International Relations Programme, and Cyprus History and History Didactics on the B.A. in the Primary Education Programme, at the University of Nicosia. Dr. Solomou is the President of the Cyprus Society of Historical Studies.  Dr. Emilios Solomou has published many articles and also edited the books Colonial Cyprus 1878-1960 and Independent Cyprus 1960-2010 with Prof. H. Faustmann, Nikos Kazantzakis Indigenous and Ecumenical, Στο περιβόλι τόμορφο της Μαντινάδας (Cretan folk verses), The Armenian Genocide and the Cyprus Press 1914-1923 and Crete and Cyprus: Crossroads of Nations and Civilizations. His interests focus on the areas of History Didactics, Historiography as well as the History of Cyprus.

Publications Editor: Aileen O'Donoghue

 

Editorial Board

Constantinos Adamides, University of Nicosia

Panayiotis Angelides, University of Nicosia

Dimitris Drikakis, University of Nicosia

Costas M. Constantinou, University of Cyprus

Hubert Faustmann, University of Nicosia

Sofia Iordanidou, Open University of Cyprus

Hayriye Kahveci, Middle East Technical University

Andreas Kapardis, University of Cyprus

Savvas Katsikides, University of Cyprus

Farid Mirbagheri, University of Nicosia

Petros Papapolyviou, University of Cyprus

Constantinos Phellas, University of Nicosia

Sertaç Sonan, Cyprus Academic Dialogue