holds a PhD in Theatre Studies from the Aristotle University of
Thessaloniki (2013) as a bursar of the Greek State Scholarships Foundation.
She also holds a BA in Theatre Studies (Aristotle University of
Thessaloniki, 2000), a Diploma in Drama from the University of Kent at
Canterbury (1999), an MPhil (Research) from the University of Glasgow
(2002) as a Bakala Foundation bursar. Additionally, she holds an MA in
“Information and Communication Technologies in Education” (National and
Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2017). Currently, she teaches οn an
academic level History and Theory of Scenography and Production Dramaturgy
(Drama Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). She has worked
extensively as a Dramaturg as well as a theatre educator. She has presented
papers in meetings and conferences in Greece and abroad (Prague Quadrennial
2007 & 2011 & 2015 – IFTR Munich, 2010) and articles published in
journals and conference proceedings. Her research interests include the
theory and practice of dramaturgy, the history and theory of scenography
and theatre architecture as well as the aesthetics and ideology of space.