She completed her doctoral thesis at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne entitled «Aspects of the poetics of A. Papadiamantis’ novels (1879-1884). Genesis and end of a fictional world» (2000).

She has worked in Secondary Education as a professor of philology and has taught at the Department of Philology at the University of Crete. Within the same Department, in the Sector of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, she has been a member of the Workshop Teaching Staff since 2020.

She has collaborated with CNED (Centre National d’Enseignement à Distance) of the French Ministry of Education for Modern Greek via distance learning (1997-1999). From 2010 to 2015 she collaborated with the Greek Language Center, geared at creating educational scenarios for the teaching of Modern Greek Literature based on ICT. The scenarios remain in the «Proteas» Repository of the Greek Language Center.
Her research interests focus on 19th century prose, contemporary prose, the relationship between history and fiction writing, post-war poetry and the didactics of literature. She has published several articles and has participated in congress, both in Greece and abroad.