Elizabeth Ktenidou is a tutor in English for Academic and Specific Purposes based in Thessaloniki, Greece. She was born in Thessaloniki and graduated from the School of English Language and Literature (Aristotle University in Thessaloniki). She completed her MA in American Studies at the University of East Anglia having been granted a double scholarship from the Arthur Miller Center and the School of American Studies. In her MA she focused on Woodrow Wilson's and George W. Bush's rhetoric of war. Two years later, she completed her second MA in International Relations (University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece) during which she delved into failed states and humanitarian intervention in fragile/failed/failing states. Ms. Ktenidou engaged in a four months long internship at the U.S. Consulate General in Thessaloniki serving as an intern in the field of political and economic affairs. She has cooperated with distinguished Fulbright scholars in order to realize academic workshops on Republican Theory and Virtue Ethics during the 2nd Summer School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki entitled "Crossing Borders and Civic Engagement in a Changing World". She is currently studying and researching for her PhD proposal. Her academic research interests are in the fields of international relations and American Studies. She plans to visit U.S. universities in order to explore these areas of study and in particular U.S. foreign policy within the wider area of American studies. Simultaneously, Elizabeth Ktenidou has proceeded with dance studies and performances obtaining her official dance certificates from the Royal Academy of Dance with Merit. This allowed her to visit New York in order to attend classes at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.
Scholarships for US and Greek Citizens
Educational Advising / Study in the USA
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