Dionysios Valais, Associate Professor

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Associate Professor of Church History at the Faculty of Theology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He studied Theology and History at the same University. His research focuses on ecclesiastical and educational issues of Hellenism in the period of the 15th-20th centuries. Some of his published works are the following: (1994) Religious aspects of Yannis Makrygiannis’ life and works. Katerini: Tertios. (2005) Aspects of the Greek educational movement (18th-19th Centuries). Thessaloniki: Pournaras. (2006) Contribution to the History of the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s Metropoles in 17th Century (Anchialos, Imvros, Melenikos, Sozopolis). Thessaloniki: Pournaras. (2006) Analects of the Greek manuscript tradition (17th-19th Centuries). Thessaloniki: Pournaras. (2009) The patriarchy of Theodosios II (1769-1773): Contribution to the study of the Ecumenical Patriarchate history during the post-Byzantine period, Thessaloniki: Pournaras. (2011) (in collaboration with Associate Professor V. Koukousas), Church History, Thessaloniki: Barbounakis, t.I-II.