Stories of Weaving in Psiloritis.
Since ancient times, weaving has been an activity that determined the socio-economic structure in the communities of Psiloritis. Art that was associated with the wife of Psiloritis and proof that shepherding was a family and not an individual affair. The weaver emerged from being an artist in textile patterns to a producer and entrepreneur around the art of wool in a circular economy environment.
The present videos are the result of on-site research and recording within the framework of the IDAology Project research program by the scientific team of the University of Crete Gender Lab with Assoc. Professor of Law and Deviation at the Department of Sociology of the University of Crete Vasso Petousi.