Angeliki Giannaki was born and raised in Athens, where she also did her undergraduate studies in law. She spent a semester at the University of Hamburg as an Erasmus student and is currently participating in the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Oxford. Angeliki has worked with prisoners, juvenile offenders, unaccompanied minors and minority ethnic communities, to whom she has provided legal consultation. Her academic interests are predominantly in gender, race, migration and imprisonment. More specifically, her dissertation concerns acts of resistance in women’s detention centers. In the future, Angeliki plans to conduct further research on her topics of interest with the use of visual and participatory methods.
Updated May 2015
More from Angeliki Fanouria Giannaki
Artistic Diversions from Juvenile Delinquency
By coordinating with a volunteer acting trouble, Senior Fellow Angeliki Fanouria Giannaki introduced adolescents involved in the criminal justice system to interactive theatre as means of personal expression and social engagement.
John Lewis Fellows Reflective Essays 2016
In the essays, the Fellows write about their experiences in the John Lewis program, delving into personal aspects of their own identities – such as national, ethnic, gender, racial or religious – and reveal ways in which participation in the program has shaped their personal outlooks.
The Role of ‘Privileged’ Allies in the Struggle for Social Justice