Aikaterini-Iliana Rassia is an ancient historian working on Greek inscriptions, religion and social institutions of the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic periods. She received her BA in Archaeology & History of Art (2007) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Afterwards, she moved to London, where she conducted graduate studies in Classical Art & Archaeology (2007-2008) at the University of London and in Ancient History at King’s College London (2009-2010). Since receiving her PhD from King’s College London (2016), she has held teaching positions at Royal Holloway (Visiting Lecturer in Ancient History) and King’s College London (Visiting Lecturer). After being awarded a scholarship, she is currently (2021-2022) a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Erfurt. Her forthcoming publications include peer-reviewed articles on Greek inscriptions and Greek religion as well as a co-edited volume with Angelos P. Matthaiou on Attic Orators and Greek Epigraphy: Selected Papers of Alkis N.Oikonomides, Greek Epigraphic Society, Athens (to appear in 2023).