Adjunct Professor – Autonomous University of Barcelona and Hellenic Open University, Autonomous University of Barcelona and Hellenic Open University
Angelos Varvarousis (b. 1983) lives and works in Athens and Barcelona. He is a researcher, curator and activist with a background in urban studies, human geography, and urban political ecology. He holds a PhD from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where he also teaches the MA courses “Commons and Social Movements” and “Degrowth, cities and the urban commons”. He is an adjunct faculty member of the Hellenic Open University where he teaches alternative spatial development.
Also, Angelos is a visiting lecturer at the “Performing Public Space” MA program of the Fontys School of Fine and Performing Arts; at the University of Bayreuth where he collaborates with the “Plural Economics” research group; and at the National Technical University of Athens where he teaches at the course “Mutations of Urban Concepts.”
His work has been presented in many international conferences across Europe and the Americas and he has published several books and articles in major academic publishers and international peer-review journals. He has worked for international institutions, such as the British Council, the European Commission, and the Oslo Architecture Triennale.
He collaborates with the Onassis Foundation since 2016 on various artistic, performative and research projects.