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Meraklís, Michális G.

Μερακλής, Μιχάλης Γ., 1932-


Folklorist and philologist Michael Meraclis was born in 1932 at Kalamata.
He studied at the University of Athens and the University of Gφttingen, where he submitted his Ph.D. Treatise.
In 1975 he was elected professor of folk studies at the University of Ioannena, where he served as rector.
During 1990-1999 he was called to teach on the same subject at the Pedagogic Department of the University of Athens.
He has served as President of the Pan-hellenic Union of Philologists, and is presently the General Secretary of the Greek folk-studies Insitute.

Works found in the Biblionet database
(2001) Pedagogics in Folkloric Customs, Iolkos Publications
(1999) Topics in Folk Studies, Kastaniotis
(1999) The Folk Fairytale, Ellinika Grammata
(1998) Greek Folklore, Odysseas
(1998) Greek Folklore, Odysseas
(1997) Fifteen Interpetive Essays on Odysseus Elytis, Patakis Publishers
(1996) Homer´s Odyssey, Patakis Publishers
(1995) Greek and Other Balkan Proverbs, Patakis Publishers
(1993) Artful Popular Writing, Kardamitsa
(1992) Greek Folk Studies, Odysseas
(1988) What is Folk Literature, Synchroni Epochi
(1986) Aspects of Greek Prose, Kastaniotis
(1985) Four Essays on C. P. Cavafy, Kastaniotis
(1980) Humorous Accounts, Hestia Publishers
Participation in collective Works
(2013) Social Sciences and the Current Crisis, Papazisis Publishers
(2011) About Animals - With Sense and Sensibility, Psichogios
(2000) Tribute to Angelos Terzakis, Efthini
(1998) For Olga Votsi, Efthini
(1997) Dimitris Glinos, the Mentor, Synchroni Epochi
(1987) Literature for Children, Patakis Publishers
(1994) Kálvos, Andréas, Odes 1-20, Hestia Publishers [editor]

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