Νelly Psarrou studied Political Science at Panteion University of Athens. She later obtained an MA and PhD with the thesis “National Identity in the Era of Globalization” under a Marie Curie-TMR scholarship. She thereafter worked as a lecturer, both at Rethymnon University and Greek Open University, until 2008. Since then she has extensively worked on political and social research as well as journalism. As such, she has contributed to various newspapers and websites, hosted radio shows and publishing material on her personal website.
She has published three books in Greek, namely the “National Identity in the Era of Globalization” (Govostis publications), “Journey to Samothrace”, and “12 years in Prison”.
She has also produced two documentaries: “Golfland” (for the rapid development of touristic Golf Clubs in Greece) and “Drops” (Greek: “Stagones”, for the privatization of water in Greece).
Her most recent research is “Mandatory Vaccination: Justice and Bioethics”.
All her work can be found freely on her website, www.nellypsarrou.com