AN INVESTIGATION OF GREEK SCHOOLS WITHIN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE DURING THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES
Author: ILERI, ILAY
Source: Natural Environment and Culture in the Mediterranean Region II, 1 January 2011 , pp. 47-55(9)
Abstract:The author of the original document is a Greek educator named Panayotis Oikonomos. Oikonomos pointed out that he took a major part of this section from the work of Dr. Stambolis, which was published in Istanbul. Panayotis Oikonomos was born in 1852 and died in 1931. While he was studying at the University of Athens he was sent to Germany. Having completed his education on pedagogy he returned to Greece. Oikonomos prepared a kind of statistical study giving the numbers of Greek schools, courses, students and teachers and narrating the expenditures of the schools in the Ottoman Empire's geographical regions in the sixth volume of pedagogy encyclopaedia titled Enzyklopadisches Handbuch der Padagogik, which was published in Germany between the years 1903-1911, edited by a pedagogy professor Wilhelm Rein.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
- Natural Environment and Culture in the Mediterranean Region II
The Mediterranean Basin is the largest of the five Mediterranean-climate regions, and one of the largest archipelagos in the world. The basin is located at the intersection of two major landmasses, Eurasia and Africa; and has around five thousand islands, which contribute much to its high diversity and spectacular scenery. This volume continues the analysis of the changes and impacts experienced by the native flora and fauna of the Basin first expounded in 'Natural Environment and Culture in the Mediterranean Region'.
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