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Maria Paschali (BA History and Archaeology, MA Museum Studies, MA and PhD History of Art) collaborated with several international networks and engaged in museological and research projects. Key themes in her recent publications centre on the agency of imagery to shape and negotiate identities on the Christian-Islamic frontier.

Over the last years, Maria became intrigued by the possibilities of digital art history and archaeology to enhance our understanding of the past. This has been developed since she came to the Open University of Cyprus as Research Fellow to be part of a Europeana Generic Services project, named BYZART.