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Rachel Radmilli read archaeology and anthropology at the University of Malta and graduated with a Masters in Anthropology in 2002. Her research focussed on kinship and cultural ecology in a rural community in Malta. Rachel Radmilli is an academic member of staff with the University of Malta in the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy in the Department of Management and is partly involved in the Tourism Studies programme. She is also a member of the Board of Studies for the Masters in Cultural Heritage Management; and lectures courses on Landscape, and Gender for the Anthropology Programme. Furthermore, she has been actively involved in various EU funded projects dealing primarily with Intangible Heritage, Tourism, Education and Sustainable development in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Maghreb. These include a Euro Med Heritage II project on Intangible Heritage in an urban context, and two Tempus Programmes on Tourism and Cultural heritage Management in Morocco and Palestine, and she was also engaged in a Leonardo project on standard creation and training systems for Cultural Heritage Managers. Rachel Radmilli is currently reading for her PhD with the VU University in Amsterdam in the area of Culture, Organisations and Management, and will focus on the wine industry in Malta.
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