She is a graduate of the Department of French Language and Literature of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She did postgraduate studies at the Neohellenic Institute at the Sorbonne. In 2007 she received a PHD of the Department of Classical Studies of the University of Sorbonne (Paris 4). The subject of his doctoral thesis was: «The Ephemeris. A Liberal Greek newspaper in Habsburg’s Vienna ».
From 2012 she is Senior lecturer at the Neohellenic Institute at the Sorbonne where she teaches literature and at postgraduate level intercultural relations between Greece and Europe in the 18th and 19th century (ideology, language, identity) with particular emphasis on the mediations, the history of ideas and the press of the 18th and 19th century. She is also responsible of the development of the new curriculum of Modern Greek at the Inter-University Centre for Language Learning (SIAL) of the University of Sorbonne.
From 2013 she is president of the French Society of Modern Greek Studies and since September 2015 treasurer of the European Society of Modern Greek Studies.
She is external associate of the Research Funding Program "THALES - Cultural mediation and formation of the "national character" in the periodical press of the 19th century (Chrysallis) ".