The project investigates the prominent function of the Roman victory goddess, Victoria, in Late-Roman and Early-Byzantine visual culture, focussing on the representational and contextual diversification and functional universality that characterise her image and nature in the last transformative centuries of the Roman Empire. Cecilia Olovsdotter received her doctorate in Classical archaeology and ancient history from the University of Gothenburg, where she defended her PhD dissertation on the consular diptychs inpublished in a slightly revised version as The consular image.
An iconological study of the consular diptychs Oxford in ; she also holds an MA degree in art history. Between andOlovsdotter conducted the project Virtue, status, immortality: CEwith a special emphasis on repertorial, structural and contextual aspects of Roman and late-antique image composition: Schmul edsRegensburg Konstvetenskapliga studier, Research, she was awarded with the Jean Monnet Scholarship for academic year in She holds over seven years of experience in academic and institutional research.
Previously, she has worked as a lecturer and assistant professor at international relations departments of different universities in Turkey.
Her research and teaching focus on the European integration, EU-Turkey relations, comparative migration and refugee policies in particular the EU and Turkish asylum and immigration policiesinternational migration irregular and transit and asylum regimes, border management, citizenship, security in particular human securityinternational organizations, international human rights, research and project management Fellows of istanbul 1 p 1 EU-Turkey financial cooperation and projects.
She has been publishing many articles in high impact national and international journals, chapters in several edited national and international books and policy briefs. In addition, she has worked within national and international projects, in particular within the EU, Un and the World Bank funded projects and has over seventeen years of experience in the field of project management.
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