He was born in Mytilene, Greece in 1951. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of the School of Philosophy of the University of Athens in 1975. He continued with postgraduate studies at the Universities Paris X-Nanterre and École Pratique des Hautes Études. He obtained his Diploma of D.E.A in 1976 and his Doctorat de 3e cycle in 1979. The title of his thesis was ‘La notion de Liberté chez Nikos Kazantzakis’. He has been a Professor at the Faculty of Primary Education of the University of Athens since 1994, in the discipline ‘Modern Greek theatre and civilization’. He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students the subjects ‘Modern Greek theatre and society’, ‘Theatre for children and young people’, ‘Theatre and Education’, ‘History of Modern Greek theatre’, ‘Comparative theatre and Drama’, ‘Sociology and Semiotics of theatre’ ,’Ancient Drama’ which form and cover his research fields of interest. He has participated in numerous Greek, International and world conferences, seminars and symposia with communications on subjects of his specialty. He is a member in scientific companies and research centers both in Greece and abroad. He is the Director of the Art and Speech Laboratory in the Faculty of Primary Education of the University of Athens. Also, he was awarded the Nikos Kazantzakis Prize in 1991. He has a rich and manifold work published in Greek and foreign journals, as well as in the proceedings of Greek and world conferences.
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