Eleni Fessa-Emmanouil is an architectural historian and professor emeritus of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens, where she obtained her PhD in 1990. Since 1980 she deals systematically with the history of Modern Greek Architecture. Her research work focuses on Greek architecture of the late 19th and 20th century, approached through a historical and cultural aspect and in relation to worldwide architectural trends. She has published more than 100 historical and theoretical studies at Greek and foreign scientific journals and at conference proceedings. She is the author and editor of twelve scientific monographs. She received an award from the Academy of Athens for her published PhD thesis Theatre Architecture in Modern Greece 1720-1940, and was commentated by the International Academy of Architecture for her book Essays on Neohellenic Architecture. Her latest monograph on the North Epirotan architect and academician Vasileios Kouremenos was published by the Academy of Athens and Kapon Editions.