||PhD in English Studies
In 2006 she joined the CESAG’s Languages Department, where she teaches English for different purposes, children´s literature in English, cultures in English-speaking countries and how to teach English as a Foreign Language at the faculties of Education and Communication. She has also run its International Relations Office (2008-2010) and since 2013 she manages its English Language School.
She studied her degree and PhD at the University of Barcelona and she completed her studies at La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia) and Southern Cross University (Lismore, Australia). She has been a guest teacher at the University of Barcelona, University of the Balearic Islands and Thammasat University (Bangkok, Thailand), where she has taught Postcolonial and Australian Studies at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is an active member of the Observatory: Australian Studies Centre at the University of Barcelona, the second most active Centre in Europe. She is also a member of the research project POCRIF (Postcolonial Crime Fiction: A Global Window into Social Realities), financed by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. She has published more than twenty texts, most of them in double-blind peer-review journals. She has been positively evaluated by the ANECA as PhD Assistant Lecturer.
PhD thesis: Neither here and nor there does water quench our thirst: Duty, Obedience and Identity in Greek-Australian and Chinese-Australian Prose Fiction, 1971-2005. Universitat de Barcelona.
Diploma of Advanced Studies thesis: We, who were born here, are quite another: Greek Migrant Writing in Australia, 1977-1995. Universitat de Barcelona.