Pothiti Hantzaroula studied at the University of Athens. She did an MA in Social History at the University of Warwick and completed her PhD thesis in History at the European University Institute of Florence in 2002. As post-doctoral researcher she participated in the project ‘Pythagoras’ Research Action: Gendered Aspects of Migration in Southeast Europe: Integration, Labour and Transnational Communication (GAME), EPEAEK II (Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly). Her fields of research include oral history, the history and historiography of gender and sexuality, the memory and history of the Second World War, and the history of emotions. She has supervised dissertations on the above topics. Her book Σμιλεύοντας την υποταγή: Οι έμμισθες οικιακές εργάτριες στην Ελλάδα το πρώτο μισό του εικοστού αιώνα, Παπαζήσης, 2012 [Sculpting subordination: Domestic workers in Greece at the first half of the twentieth century] is an oral history of paid domestic work in Greece. She has translated in Greek Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities (Nefeli 2006). She is one of the founding members of the Association of Oral History in Greece. She is one of the founding editors and member of the editorial board of the journal Historein: A Review of the Past and Other Stories.