Title: Paul Kretschmers Expedition 1901 nach Lesbos und das dortige Netzwerk der Lehrenden am Beispiel des Gymnasiallehrers Michail Κ. Stefanidis
- Paul Kretschmer's expedition of 1901 to Lesbos and the local network of teachers : the example of the grammar school teacher Michail K. Stefanidis
- I erevnitiki apostoli tou Paul Kretschmer to 1901 sti Lesvo kai to topiko diktyo ton didaskonton : to paradeigma tou kathigiti gymnasiou Michail K. Stefanidi
- Η ερευνητική αποστολή του Paul Kretschmer το 1901 στη Λέσβο και το τοπικό δίκτυο των διδασκόντων : το παράδειγμα του καθηγητή γυμνασίου Μιχαήλ Κ. Στεφανίδη
Source document: Neograeca Bohemica. 2022, vol. 22, iss. , pp. -48
ISSN1803-6414 (print)2694-913X (online)
Persistent identifier (DOI): https://doi.org/10.5817/NGB2022-1-1
Stable URL (handle): https://hdl.handle.net/11222.digilib/digilib.77165
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The research of the expedition of Paul Kretschmer (1866–1956) to Lesbos in 1901 brought into focus the person of Michail K. Stefanidis (1868–1957), who was a scientist, professor at the University of Athens and an ordinary member of the Athens Academy. The most important person in the network of Kretschmer in Lesbos, Stefanidis supported the Viennese professor in collecting his linguistic material and evaluating the data. As a result of the expedition, Kretschmer published a monograph about the dialect of Lesbos in 1905. This study seeks to analyse Stefanidis' various activities during this expedition, when he was in the early stages of his career as a grammar school teacher in Mytilini. Previously unknown archive material, such as the travel diaries and historical photographs, were investigated to achieve the goal of the present paper. This valuable material can be found in Kretschmer's estate in the Austrian National Library and the Austrian Academy of Sciences.