Christina Alexopoulos – de Girard studied literature and language sciences at Paris 4-University, clinical psychology at Paris 7-University, social anthropology at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS(, art therapy at Paris 5-University, defended a first thesis in History, Societies and Territories at INALCO in 2012 and a second thesis in Research in Psychoanalysis and Psychopathology at Paris 7-university in 2019 and was qualified in sections 15 and 16 of the CNU. She has taught at the INALCO and at the universities of Lille 3, Paris 7, Strasbourg and Angers, very different subjects: Research Methodology, Greek language and literature, History and civilization of the 19th and 20th centuries, Social Anthropology, Social Clinical Psychology. Her interests include memorial studies, transgenerational transmission, testimonial writing and orality, the clinic of exile, war and torture, psychic reconstruction in the face of traumatic mourning and dehumanization experiences. She intervenes as a clinical psychologist with people in situations of immigration and precariousness.