Prof. Evi Gkotzaridis is a scholar writing on Ireland and Greece, with specialist knowledge on the complex subject of historical revisionism, and with teaching experience in the wide field of European/world history. Her general research represents a contribution to our understanding of democratic deficits in divided and post-war/post-colonial societies. Her theoretical work addresses the moral, political and methodological problems raised by revisionism and the uses and abuses of this concept. She lived six years in Dublin where she held a Government of Ireland Research Fellowship and taught at the University of Ireland (Maynooth). Later, she moved to Italy, at the European University Institute, where she was awarded a Jean-Monnet Research Fellowship. There, she organized an important conference on 'Revisionist Historiographies in 20th century Europe' gathering specialists from seven countries whose objective was to investigate the transnational dimensions of historiographical change. She has authored two books, Trials of Irish History. Genesis and Evolution of a Reappraisal (Routledge, 2006), A Pacifist's Life and Death. Grigorios Lambrakis and Greece in the Long Shadow of Civil War (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016) and several peer-reviewed articles. She is currently finishing a third monograph on the origins of the peace process in Northern Ireland called, The Hillsborough Agreement. A Study in Anglo-Irish Ambiguity. 1983-1987. She has taught in Dublin, Florence, Istanbul, Greece and is now delighted to be teaching at the prestigious Jagiellonian University.