PhD in Byzantine History (Paris I- Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 1994)
DEA in Byzantine History (Paris I- Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 1991)
Post-graduate diploma in Byzantine History (University of Athens, History and Archeology Department, 1990)
Degree of the Department of History and Archeology of the Athens University (1988)
CURRENT POSITION: Senior Researcher (Institute for Historical Research, Department for the Byzantine Research)
Research program: Paleographic, diplomatic and archival researches. Publication of the byzantine patriarchal documents of the Saint-John Theologos monastery on Patmos.
Other scientific interests. Economic and social history and demography of the middle and late byzantine period.
RECENT ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS
1) Trade, Society and Senses (11th-12th centuries), in: Byzantium matures. Choices, sensitivities, and modes of expression (eleventh to fifteenth centuries), ed. Christine Angelidi (Institute for the Byzantine Research. National Hellenic Research Foundation. International Symposiums 13), Athens 2004, p. 257-268 (in greek).
2) Peloponnesian monasteries and their relation to different authorities (10th-12th centuries), in: Monasticism in the Peloponnese, 4th-15th centuries, ed. Voula Konti (Institute for the Byzantine Research. National Hellenic Research Foundation. International Symposiums 14), Athens 2004, p. 37-53 (in greek).
3)The trade, in the book: Bithynia in the Middle Ages. Geography and habitation, ed. J. Lefort-B. Geyer (Réalités Byzantines 9), Paris 2003, p. 485-498 (in french).
4) Aristocracy and trade (IXe-XIIe centuries), Symmeikta 15 (In memory of Nikos Oikonomides), 2002, p. 77-89 (in french).
5) The byzantine family towards monastic vocation: repression and tolerance (IXth-XIth centuries), in: Toleration and Repression in the Middle Ages, ed. Katherina Nikolaou (Institute for the Byzantine Research. National Hellenic Research Foundation. International Symposiums 10), Athens 2002, p. 189-206 (in french).