With the speech of Dimitris Dimitropoulos the Parasekyi 12 May completed the second cycle courses organized by KDEPPAM in collaboration with the National Research Foundation. At the end of the year will be issued volume that will include all the work of historians who participated in both courses.
Dimitri Dimitropoulos was born in Athens in 1962. He studied at the University of Athens. He is a historian and works in Modern Greek Research Center of the National Research Foundation. He has dealt primarily with the history of the period of Ottoman rule. He has published studies on issues concerning modern history, καθώς και τα βιβλία “Η Μύκονος τον 17ο αιώνα. Γαιοκτητικές σχέσεις και οικονομικές συναλλαγές”, “Ο πληθυσμός των νησιών του Αιγαίου κατά την περίοδο της οθωμανικής αυτοκρατορίας”, etc..
The KDEPPAM collaboration with the Institute of Historical Research and Dimitri Dimitropoulos started the period 2010-2012 by identifying and recording the Historical Archives of Mykonos. The archival material was detected and recorded by Dimitris Dimitropoulos and his team constitute very significant historical source, which hitherto had remained unknown and unused by research. This evidence ranges covering a broad theme as, indicatively: all activities of the Municipality of Mykonos and the former Community Ano Mera in the 19th and 20th century, demographic trends, residential setting in the country and in the countryside of the island, agricultural and livestock production on the island, migration Mykonians, public health, the beginnings and the rise of tourism development, the issues that concerned the courts etc..