She concluded her undergraduate studies in the department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens, with a major in History. Afterwards she obtained her master’s degree (MA) in History: Near and Middle East in the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, which was awarded with a distinction. She speaks English, Greek, French and Arabic. She was a research intern in Center of Mediterranean, Middle East and Islamic Studies in 2012-2013, and became a researcher since September 2015. Moreover, she is currently a researcher in the Center for Religious Pluralism in the Middle East (CRPME). In addition, she has participated in training programs with Erasmus+ in Jordan and France about refugees, migration, integration, multiculturalism and other issues, and she has also cooperated with NGOs in Greece about the refugee and migration issues, helping in research and statistics.
- Ottomanism and the creation of an Ottoman Nation
- The United Arab Emirates: Institutionalizing tolerance
- The Russian Patriarchate in the Middle East: Reclaiming an Old Prestige
- Muslims in America: Religion, Identity and Islamophobia?
- Can Lebanon Solve its Refugee Crisis?
- The Egyptian Military State
- Archaeology in Iraq: Between destruction, nationalism and imperialism
- Explaining the call for Dignity during the Arab Revolts
- Kurdish Nationalism in Iran since the Islamic Revolution
- The Evolution of PKK and the Kurdish Left in Turkey (1970s- 1980s)
- Southern Kurdistan: from autonomy to incorporation, 1918-1925
- The Salafi-Jihadi trend in Palestine
- Tunisia still in Turmoil