Professor, Sorbonne University, Paris
Her research focuses on European, Greek and Comparative literatures, the Francophonie, the Balkans, women writers, contemporary authors, exile, migration, the questions of identity and otherness, the Maghreb and Machrek francophone writers, as well as the questions of the aesthetics. Currently, her researches focuse on Women and Gender Studies.
She has wrote more than a hundred publications for international journals, books and dictionaries in Comparative Literature, the Francophonie, and Gender Studies. She is the author of Au Pays de la littérature comparée. Interdisciplinary and intercultural research (2014) and of several collective books, such as: Myths and eroticism in Francophone literatures and cultures of the extreme contemporary (2013); Gender Studies in the Age of Globalization (co-author with Ramona Mihaila, 10 Volumes, 2013); Francophonie and Multiculturalism in the Balkans (2006). She is the scientific director of six Issues of Journals, such as: Francophone literatures. For a World Literature? (2011); The Balkan Cultures (2010); Myths and exoticism in Francophone literatures in the age of globalization (co-author, 2009).