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Vingopoúlou, Ióli

Βιγγοπούλου, Ιόλη


Ioli Vingopoulou was born in Istanbul in 1956. She studied at Athens Law School, and did a doctorate at the Sorbonne. Since 1987, she has worked at the Institute for Neohellenic Research. She specializes in travel literature (texts and illustrations), local history and historical and cultural geography and has published widely on Modern Greek social history and culture. Her main field of work is a research programme and database of travel literature in South-Eastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean in the 15th-19th centuries, of which she is the scientific coordinator.

Works found in the Biblionet database
(2013) Peloponnese Exaltis, Militos
(2010) Calendar 2011: Greece from the Air, Militos
(2009) Calendar 2010: Ancient Places, Militos
(2008) 365 Crete, Militos
(2008) Aegean Ex Altis: Aerial Photos by Yannis Yannelos, Militos
(2008) Aegean 2009, Militos
(2008) Ancient Places 2009, Militos
(2008) Calendar 2009: Greece, Militos
(2008) Calendar 2009: Messinia, Militos
(2007) Greece 365: A Tour of her Environment, Legends, History and People, in 365 Pictures, Militos [author, photographer]
(2007) Aegean 2008, Militos
(2007) Greece 2008, Militos
(2007) Hellas ex altis 2008, Militos
(2004) Le Monde Grec Vu par les Voyageurs du XVIe Siècle, National Hellenic Research Foundation. Institute for Neohellenic Research
Participation in collective Works
(2010) Calendar 2011: Ancient Places, Militos
(2009) Pylos: Journey in Time, Militos
(2008) The Jewsish Presence in the Greek Territory (4th - 19th centuries), National Hellenic Research Foundation. Institute for Byzantine Research [introduction]
(2008) Monemvasian Wine, Monovas(i)a, Malvasia, National Hellenic Research Foundation. Institute for Byzantine Research [introduction]
(2005) Timaeus [editor]

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