Nasia Giakovaki studied history at the universities of Athens and Ioannina. She did post-graduate studies in Essex and Thessaloniki, where she completed her doctorate in 2001.
She has taught in high schools, worked at the State Archives and has been a contributor to the Athens Academy’s Centre for Research into Medieval and Modern Greek History. She teaches modern European history at the University of Thessaly and in the Theatre Studies department of the University of the Peloponnese.
Her scholarly interests are in the Enlightenment and the formation of the public sphere in Europe, including Greece. Her work has appeared in academic journals and collective publications.