He is currently a PhD candidate of the Department of Political Sciences and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese. His main research interests include European and Middle East history, the Left in Europe and the Arab world and political Islam. He graduated from the department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens and holds a Master's degree on European history from the same department. He has also taken part in several projects related with migration. He speaks Greek, English and Arabic.
- Irreconcilable foes? Religion, class and the state in Turkey
- A cultural tug-of-war: Internet culture and the Egyptian surveillance apparatus
- “Fuloulophobia” or the freedom of fear: Literature and Arab revolutions
- The Jihadist Imaginative A protracted dystopia?
- Political Islam and Christianity in the Middle East
- Mare Nostrum: Troubled Waters?
- What if Israel went on the offense again: Tel Aviv between alies and foes
- Συσσωμάτωση ή απαγκίστρωση: οι Παλαιστίνιοι μπροστά σε ιστορικές προκλήσεις