Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Cyprus University of Technology
He studied Greek Literature at the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete (1991-1995). She was a fellow researcher at the Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies of Venice (1996-1999). She supported her doctoral thesis at the Philosophical School of the University of Crete in 2005. She participated as a scientific collaborator in research projects of the Hellenic Institute of Venice (2000-2005). He was also an external associate of the Historical Archive of the Patriarchate of Venice (2005). He taught as a special scientist at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Crete (2006-2009) as visiting professor at the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies of the University of Cyprus (2009-2011) and as advisory staff at the Hellenic Open University (2013-2014). She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies of the University of Cyprus. He is a member of the International Society for the Study of the Popular Greek Secretariat (12th-17th centuries).
Literature and culture in the Greek regions of the Eastern Mediterranean and in the centers of the Hellenic community (15th-18th centuries) Comparative view of the Modern Greek and Italian secretariats History of the handwriting and the printed book Publication of public Greek texts Popular readings of modern Hellenism
"The census of the books of Manolis Glyzounis (Venice 1597): notes on the production and trade of the Greek form at the end of the 16th century", in The printed Greek book 15th-19th century. Proceedings of the International Conference (Delphi, May 16-20, 2001), editor's ed. By T. E. Sklavenitis - K. Spikes, Athens 2004, pp. 117-128
"The tradition of the life of Joseph Joseph Samakos and the time of his activity in Chandaka", Thesaurismes 29 (1999), 109-161