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Curriculum Vitae

Rev Dr Konstantinos Terzopoulos, ThD, MDiv and BA
Charles J Terss

<@ docheiari>

Priest, Theologian, Scholar, Byzantine Musicology

Web Curriculum Vitae

I. Personal Profile

Born 1961, in East St. Louis, Illinois. Raised in St. Louis, Missouri.

Citizenship, United States of America; Hellenic Republic. ^

II. Career History

A. Greek Orthodox Priest (oikonomos meta staurou)

Autocephalous Church of Greece

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

B. Adjunct instructor, Spring 2014

C. Adjunct instructor of Byzantine ecclesiastical chant

III. Education and Skills

National and Capodestrian University of Athens, Greece

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, Massachusetts

Hellenic College, Brookline, MA

Conservatory of Athens

Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois

Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri

IV. Awards and Societies

Grants and Awards

Grants

The J.F. Costopoulos Foundation
subvention grant for the publication Gr.Th.Stathis and K. Terzopoulos Introduction to Kalophony: the Byzantine Ars Nova, currently in press for the Peter Lang (Oxford) book series History and Culture of Eastern Orthodoxy
May 2011. National Endowment for the Humanities: Summer Stipends Grant
for research related to the Anastasius Sinaita: homilia de sacra synaxi and four complementary sermons project, supporting research for the Michaelmas Term 2011 at Oxford University UK
April 2011. Music and Letters
for research at Grottaferrata, Italy
June 2004. Grant paying from the Music and Letters Trust
for travel to Lillafüred, Hungary and the Cantus Planus Study Group of the International Musicological Society (IMS) 23-28 August 2004 Conference. The paper “Observations on the Exegematic Notation through the Prism of the MS Exegesis of the Protopsaltes of the Great Church, Konstantinos Byzantios: An Example” was presented
November 2004 — Konstantinos Byzantios typika publication
Patriarchal Institute of Patristic Studies, Mone Vlatadon, Thessalonike, for the synoptic and critical publication of the Konstantinos Byzantios liturgical typika, with electronic editions to be published in theLeitourgika Vlatadon series
August 2001 — one-time grant
Taylor Grant, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, for travel to the New York Public Library Slavic and Baltic Division to study first hand a rare Neofit Rilski published Slavo-Bulgarian Tipik
September 1999 — one year grant
Taylor Grant, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, assistance to cover costs in the preparation of doctoral dissertation
October 1997 — one-time grant
Taylor Grant, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, to cover travel expenses to the Patriarchate of Constantinople and Mount Athos for the purpose of research in manuscript and archival library collections
August 1988 - June 1990 — two-year grant
Taylor Grant, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, for living and study expenses abroad

Awards (select)

  1. Life membership to the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians conferred in May 1988
  2. 23 February 1986: Pallas Memorial Scholarship for excellence in Byzantine Music performance
  3. May 1984: Constantine Marantis Memorial Prize for research paper submitted in Modern Hellenism
  4. May 1983: scholarship award for research paper submitted in Byzantine History

Membership in academic societies

Societies

V. Activities and Publications

Books, Lectures, Papers, and Videos (select)

  1. Stathis, Gregorios. Introduction to Kalophony, the Byzantine Ars Nova: the anagrammatismoi and matemata of Byzantine Chant. Translated and revised by Konstantinos Terzopoulos. Studies in Eastern Orthodoxy, Volume 1. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014
  2. Terzopoulos, Konstantinos and original author Chrysanthos Moschopoulos. Λειτουργικόν, περιέχον τὰ ψαλλόμενα ἐν ταῖς ἱεραῖς Λειτουργίαις τῶν τε ἑορτῶν καὶ ἄλλων ἐπισήμων ἡμερῶν πρὸς χρήσιν τῶν εὐλαβεστάτων ἱερέων καὶ ψαλτῶν. St. Louis: Psaltic Notes Press, 2014
  3. “Greek Christian Hymnography up to the Edictvm Mediolanense and Its Legacy,” presented at “For the good of many”: Constantine and the Edict of Milan on its 1700th Anniversary. 21 September 2013, St. Louis University - St. Irenaeus Orthodox Theological Institute
  4. “A Checklist of Manuscripts Containing Byzantine Chant Notation in the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece” in Manuscripta 56.1 (Brepols 2012) 131-139
  5. Chrysanthos of Madytos, Chourmouzios Chartophylax and Terzopoulos, K. Introduction to the New Method of Byzantine Chant Notation: an English translation of Chourmouzios’ revision of Chrysanthos’ Eisagoge (St. Louis: Psaltic Notes Press, 2012) AMAZON.COM
  6. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Musical Treasures in the Gennadius Library—Byzantine repertoires and a snippet of Modern Greek History,” The New Griffon 12 (Athens 2011, 35-43, 141-154 (Figures 6-19) PDF
  7. “Ἡ Βυζαντινὴ ψαλτικὴ στὸ εἰκονικὸ κόσμο τῆς ψαλτικῆς τεχνολογίας· ἠλεκτρονική, ψηφιακὴ ψαλτική,” paper delivered to the conference hosted by the School of Theology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki: First Scientific Conference on ecclesiastical music "Σύγχρονες τάσεις καὶ προοπτικές," 26 May 2o11
  8. 23 September 2010, St. Louis, Missouri. “Byzantine Chant: history—forms—function—influence”; an illustrated public lecture delivered at Aquinas Institute of Theology (St. Louis, MO)
  9. Protheoria of the Biolakes Typikon: translated in English with an Introduction and Annotations (Rollinsford NH: Orthodox Research Institute), 2011 AMAZON.COM
  10. “Athens, Gennadius MS 4: observations on the hymnography, chant notation and ordo in a Pentekostarion and Menaion Fragment from the 14th century,” accepted for publication in Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin (Université de Copenhague), 81 (2012), pp.1-10 PDF
  11. Review of Constantin Floros’ Introduction to Early Medieval Notation (Michigan 2005) in Speculum 84:3 (July 2009), pp. 707-708
  12. Terzopoulos, K. and Sp. Kontogiannes, “Ἀνἐκδοτα τροπάρια στὸ χειρόγραφο ἀρ. 4 τῆς Γενναδείου Βιβλιοθήκης τῆς Ἀμερικανικῆς Σχολῆς Κλασσικῶν Σπουδῶν, Ἀθήνα” [ = Unpublished troparia in the MS No. 4 of the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies, Athens], accepted for publication in Ἐπιστημονικὴ ἐπετηρὶς τῆς Θεολογικῆς Σχολῆς τοῦ Πανεπιστημίου Ἀθηνῶν, forthcoming
  13. 10-14 June 2009. “Patriarchal Chant Rubrics from Konstantinos Byzantios’ Notebook for the Typikon: 1806-1828,” presented at the Second International Conference of the American Society of Byzantine Music and Hymnology: Byzantine Musical Culture. Presentation here.
  14. 10-15 September 2007. “Online Acces to Manuscripts of Byzantine Chant,”co-written with Louis W. G. Barton (Oxford) and Julia Craig-McFeely (London College). Presented at the frist conference of the American Society for Byzantine Music and Hymnology: Byzantine Culture. Paeania, Attica, Greece
  15. 27-28 June 2006: Neumes 2006 Oxford Conference on Computerised Transcription of Medieval Chant Manuscripts held at St. Anne’s College, Oxford, UK. “Opportunities for definitive photography of Byzantine chant mss in Orthodox monasteries and libraries of Greece”
  16. 19-22 November 2005: Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature held at Philadelphia, PA, United States. Presentation to Eastern Orthodox Study Group, “Tradition and Change—Liturgical Chant and Music in the Greek Orthodox Christian Experience in America: Early European Origins”
  17. 23-28 August 2004: 12th Conference of the International Musicological Society Study Group ‘Cantus Planus’, Lillafüred, Hungary: “Observations on the exegematic notation through the prism of the ms exegesis of the protopsaltes of the great church, konstantinos byzantios: an example”; visual presentation available here >
  18. 15-19 October 2003: Institute of Byzantine Musicology of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece, Athens, Greece. Second Musicological and Psaltic Conference, Theoria and Praxis of the Psaltic Art: Genera and Categories of Byzantine Psaltic Music: Poikilia terpousa: the melic composition in the Anthologia Sticherariou of the protopsaltes of the Great Church of Christ, Konstantinos Byzantios”
  19. 23-24 July 1993: Annual meeting of the Southeastern Federation of Greek Orthodox Choirs and Musicians, Mobile, Alabama: “The hymnographic shape of the Divine Liturgy”
  20. February 1993: Annual conference of Friends of Byzantine Music held at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Washington, D. C.: “Supplicating the Queen: the place and content of the two kanons of supplication to the Theotokos” and “Expression and interpretation of Byzantine chant notation: a technical presentation”
  21. 18 October 1992: Meeting of the Fayetteville, North Carolina choir group: “Word and sound in our Orthodox worship”
  22. 3 April 1991: Position paper presented to organizational committee for Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Clergy-Laity Conference: “The musical aspect in liturgical renewal and reform in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America”
  23. 3 April 1991: Presentation to group of instructors and students at Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA: “Some historical examples of the translation and transcription of our psaltic art”
  24. May 1991: student gathering of the Boston Theological Institute in the Chapel of the Holy Cross on the campus of Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA: “The rich psaltic tradition of the Greek Orthodox Church: a musical presentation”
  25. 31 August - 1 September 1985: Annual Festival of the St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, St Louis, Missouri: “A presentation of the eight mode system of chant used by the Greek Orthodox Church today” ^

Television appearances ^

October 2003: “Orthodoxia kai synhronos kosmos: ho Hagios tes hypomones.” Television pilgrimage filmed by TV100 from Thessalonike

March 1990: Two filmed presentations made by GOTELECOM, the telecommunications arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, in the series Holy Cross Live! which airs nationally via cable television: “Music for our souls: Orthodox hymnology” (two parts)

  1. Music for our souls: Orthodox hymnology (part one)
  2. Music for our souls: Orthodox hymnology (part two) ^

Recordings and Performances ^

1987-88, Boston: Involved in the planning and recording sessions of “A Scent of Spiritual Fragrance”, a recording of the Byzantine student choir of Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline MA, Romanos o Melodos. In addition to this digital recording made at Berkley School of Music in Boston, the student choir would perform throughout the year at special events in the life of the school both on and off campus

Athens, Greece, 1988 to present: performing member of the Choir of Chanters Maïstores tes Psaltikes Technes (Masters of the Psaltic Art), established and directed by Prof. Gregorios Th. Stathis. Select recording and performances include the following:

  1. September 2012. Hagios: The Byzantine Liturgy. XIIIth- through XVth-century chants of the Byzantine Liturgy (Psaltiki)
  2. September 2012. Paraklesis: Hymns of Supplication. The Great and Small Canons of Supplication to the Mother of God in Greek and English (Psaltiki)
  3. 18 October 2004. Athens: old Hall of the Capodistrian University of Athens. At the presentation of honourary doctorates to Kenneth Levy and Miloš Velimirović
  4. 6 April 2003. Aegina Island: Church of the Entrance of the Theotokos. “Dramatourgia, etoi akolouthia tes Klimakos ton Areton tou hagiou Ioannou tou Sinaïtou.” With the Maïstores of the Psaltic Art and Gregorios Stathes as director
  5. 21 December 2001. Athens. Megaro Mousikes: Asmatic service “Trithekte” and the Kontakion of the Nativity of Christ
  6. 14 December 2001. Athens, Church of Hagia Eirene Aiolou: Asmatic service “Trithekte” and the Kontakion of the Nativity of Christ
  7. 16 November 2001. Pannychis at the Megaron Mousikes Athenon, Athens, Greece
  8. 3 November 2001. Athens, formal hall of the University of Athens: enarxis of the first pan-hellenic conference on the psaltic art
  9. Athens, 2000: Germanos of New Patræ, Number 7 in the series of recordings of the Institute of Byzantine Musicology Byzantine and post-Byzantine Composers
  10. 22 April 2000: Anatolika Antiphona III. The Maïstores with the Choir of chanters St John of Damascus of the Theological School of Balamant, Lebanon at the Megaron Mousikes Athenon, Athens, Greece
  11. 30 January 1999. Athens, formal hall of the University of Athens: formal celebration of the Three Hierarchs
  12. 12 November 1993. Athens, formal hall of the University of Athens. Eighth musicological study: “Parthenios hieromonachos Meteorites”
  13. 31 March 1990. Trikala: participation in the 600 year anniversary of the Great Meteoron: “Meteoritika Psalmata”
  14. 1990. Athens. Recording of the album “Meteora ta hiera — Meteora Sacra”. Upon the 600-year anniversary of the Great Meteoron.
  15. 26 November 1989. Aegio, metropolitan church Phaneromenes: concert organized by the local society Philon Byzantines Mousikes
  16. 13 May 1989. Great Meteoron. Vigil
  17. Athens, Archaiologike hetaireia, 7 December 1988, Hymnographemata tou Gerontos Gerasimou Mikragiannanitou (Hymns written by the elder Gerasimos Mikragiannanite ^

Articles, Publications, Translations, internet presence and Printed Music ^

  1. Stathis, Gregorios. Introduction to Kalophony, the Byzantine Ars Nova: the Anagrammatismoi and Mathemata of Byzantine Chant. Translated and revised by Konstantinos Terzopoulos. Studies in Eastern Orthodoxy, Volume 1. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014
  2. Terzopoulos, Konstantinos and original author, Chrysanthos Moschopoulos. Λειτουργικόν, περιέχον τὰ ψαλλόμενα ἐν ταῖς ἱεραῖς Λειτουργίαις τῶν τε ἑορτῶν καὶ ἄλλων ἐπισήμων ἡμερῶν πρὸς χρήσιν τῶν εὐλαβεστάτων ἱερέων καὶ ψαλτῶν St. Louis: Psaltic Notes Press, 2013
  3. “Greek Christian Hymnography up to the Edictvm Mediolanense and Its Legacy,” presented at “For the good of many”: Constantine and the Edict of Milan on its 1700th Anniversary. 21 September 2013, St. Louis University - St. Irenaeus Orthodox Theological Institute
  4. “A Checklist of Manuscripts Containing Byzantine Chant Notation in the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece,” Manuscripta: A Journal for Manuscript Research (St. Louis) 56.1 (Brepols 2012) 131-139
  5. Protheoria of the Biolakes Typikon: translated in English with an Introduction and Annotations (Rollinsford NH: Orthodox Research Institute), 2011
  6. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Musical Treasures in the Gennadius Library—Byzantine repertoires and a snippet of Modern Greek History,” The New Griffon 12 (Athens 2011, 35-43, 141-154 (Figures 6-19) PDF
  7. “Athens, Gennadius MS 4: observations on the hymnography, chant notation and ordo in a Pentekostarion and Menaion Fragment from the 14th century,” Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin (Université de Copenhague) 81 (2012), 1-10
  8. “Patriarchal Chant Rubrics from Konstantinos Byzantios’ Notebook for the Typikon: 1806-1828.” Presented at the Second International Conference of the Society of Byzantine Music and Hymnology: Byzantine Musical Culture—Thurs., 11 June 2009, Filippos Nakas Centre (Paiania), 12:05 PM.
  9. Review of Constantin Floros’ Introduction to Early Medieval Notation (Michigan 2005) in Speculum 84:3 ( July 2009), pgs. 707-708.
  10. “Anekdota troparia sto cheirographo ar. 4 tes Gennadeiou bibliothekes tes Amerikanikes Scholes Klassikon Spoudon, Athena”, co-written with Spyridon Kontogiannes. Forthcoming
  11. “Observations on the Exegematic Notation through the Prism of the MS Exegesis of the Protopsaltes of the Great Church, Konstantinos Byzantios: An Example”, Papers Read at the 12th Meeting of the IMS Study Group CANTUS PLANUS: Lillafüred, Hungary, 2004. Aug. 23-28. Budapest: Institute for Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2006, 123-150
  12. “Poikilia Terpousa: he melopoiïa sten Anthologia Sticherarioou tou Protopsaltou tes tou Christou Megales Ekklesias Konstantinou Byzantiou (30 Iouniou 1862).” Theoria kai Praxe tes Psaltikes Technes: ta gene kai ta eide tes byzantines melopoiïas—Praktika b' diethnous synedriou mousikologikou kai psaltikou: Athena, 15-19 Oktobriou 2003. Athena 2006, 311-333
  13. “Some notes on the Slavic translation of Konstantinos Byzantios’ Typikon Ekklesiastikon of the Great Church of Christ”. Theologia 75.2 (Ioulios-Dekembrios 2004), 495-527
  14. Arga Aposticha for the Great Vespers of the 3 September commemoration of the translation of the relics of our father among the Saints, Nektarios, bishop of Pentapolis the wonderworker (Aegina 2004)
  15. Ho protopsaltes tes tou Christou megales ekklesias, Konstantinos Byzantios, kai he symbole tou ste psaltike techne (The protopsaltes of the Great Church of Christ, Konstantinos Byzantios, and his contribution to the psaltic art). Meletai 9. Institute of Byzantine Musicology of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece, 2004. [See right sidebar above to order online]
  16. “Some notes on the Slavic translation of Konstantinos Byzantios’ Typikon Ekklesiastikon of the Great Church of Christ,” Theologia 75.2 (July-December 2004), 495-527.
  17. Arga Aposticha for the Great Vespers of the 9 November commemoration of our father among the Saints, Nektarios, bishop of Pentapolis the wonderworker (Aegina 2003)
  18. Review in Greek of the publication Matthaiou tou Kamariotou. Kanones eis ten Metamorphosin (Sacred Monastery Pantokratoros, Mount Athos, 2002) in the periodical Symbole eis ten taxin tes orthodoxou latreias: epitheoresis tou ekklesiastikou typikou (Athens: Jan 2003, teuchos 1), 83-84
  19. Review in English of the publication Matthaiou tou Kamariotou. Kanones eis ten Metamorphosin (Sacred Monastery Pantokratoros, Mount Athos, 2002): Greek Orthodox Theological Review 46:3-4 (2001), 381-85
  20. Translation into English of all texts in the booklet container accompanying the CD, Gregorios Stathis, The Maestors of the Psaltic Art, Beloved Hymns: the most beloved Greek Orthodox ecclesiastical hymns (Athens 2002)
  21. Review article in English of the publication The Study of Medieval Chant: Paths and Bridges, East and West. In honor of Kenneth Levy (Cambridge 2001): Greek Orthodox Theological Review 46:3-4 (2001), 368-81
  22. Review article in Greek of the publication The Study of Medieval Chant: Paths and Bridges, East and West. In honor of Kenneth Levy (Cambridge 2001) accepted for publication in the edition of the periodical Periechema tes anatoles (Athens)
  23. Review of the recordings of the First Pan-Hellenic Conference on the Psaltic Art, Theoria kai praxe tes psaltikes technes (Athens 2001), ‘Psalate synetos toi Theoi’ (Sing ye praises with understanding [Ps. 47. 7]): Greek Orthodox Theological Review 46:3-4 (2001) 392-95
  24. Review of the published proceedings of the First Pan-Hellenic Conference on the Psaltic Art, Theoria kai praxe tes psaltikes technes (Athens 2001): Greek Orthodox Theological Review 46:3-4 (2001), 385-92
  25. Translation: What Do You Know About Icons?: An æsthetic, practical and theological approach to Orthodox iconography in the form of questions and answers (Sacred Monastery of St John the Baptist, Kareas, 2001) [Order here]
  26. PsalticNotes (Wilmington, North Carolina, 1994); a newsletter published in two editions with a circulation of 350 units
  27. Music In the Church I (Wilmington, North Carolina, 1994); a circular published for use at the 24 July 1993 conference of the Southeastern Federation of Greek Orthodox Choirs and Musicians
  28. Select Holy Week Troparia (Atlanta 1994); a small booklet with select English Great Week hymns in Byzantine notation
  29. PsalticNotes, internet presence since 1994; pages on various aspects of the psaltic art, extensive links for research in theology, hymnology and musicology, lessons on learning the New Method of Byzantine ecclesiastical notation
  30. Christ is Risen resurrectional apolytikion for the Great and Holy Pascha in English produced as a “pew card” with the traditional Greek melody transcribed into Western music staff notation for use in the context of worship (Atlanta 1995)
  31. Development, publishing and implementation of music and worship programme for use at the 1995 Youth Summer Camp of the Diocese of Atlanta, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
  32. The Great Vespers of the Nativity of our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ (Boston 1992); the stichera and troparia in English of the vespers of the Nativity of Christ (25 December) in Byzantine notation
  33. Exercises In Byzantine Chant (Boston 1992); technique exercises for use in classes on Byzantine chant at Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
  34. with Stylianos Markantonis and N. Michael Vaporis, Order of Service: 1992 (Brookline MA: Holy Cross Press, 1991); hemerologion with the diataxes for the divine services of the year 1992 in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
  35. Praises in Time (Boston 1991); a practical introduction to the genera and categories of chant for use in classes on Byzantine chant at Hellenic College, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
  36. Small Cherubikarion (Boston 1991); syntmeseis of the cherubika of Petros Lambadarios for the six weekdays in Byzantine notation
  37. with Stylianos Markantonis and N. Michael Vaporis, Order of Service: 1991 (Brookline MA: Holy Cross Press, 1990); hemerologion with the diataxes for the divine services of the year 1991 in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America ^

Ongoing projects ^

  1. Edition and translations in preparation, Anastasius Sinaita: Homilia de sacra synaxi (CPG 7750; PG 89, 825-49); Homilia in sextum Psalmum (CPG 7751; PG 89, 1077-116); Homilia in ramos palmarum (CPG 7780); Sermo in defunctos (CPG 7752; PG 89, 1192-201); and, Sermo de transfiguratione (CPG 7753). Corpus Christianorum Series Graeca (CCSG) and Corpus Christianorum in Translation (CCT) (Turnhout: Brepols)
  2. Stathis, Gr.Th. and K. Terzopoulos (tr.), The anagrames and mathemata of Byzantine melopoeïa, a translation of Stathis’ Athens 1979 publication, Οἱ  ναγραμματισμοὶ καὶ τὰ μαθήματα τῆς βυζαντινῆς μελοποιίας. (Oxford: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers)
  3. “A new hymnographer: geron Hilarion of the Skete of the Holy Apostles, Xenophontos, Mount Athos,” a study of the life and work of this unknown 20th-century hymnographer based on two autograph manuscripts from the skete’s library
  4. Founder, President and Executive Director of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Psaltiki, Inc., which promotes the advancement of the Hellenic Psaltic Art and Hymnology by facilitating, cultivating and supporting its academic study, as well as initiating projects that transmit the psaltic heritage.
  5. Board of Advisors for Phase Two Initiative of the Neumed and Ekphonetic Universal Manuscript Encoding Standard: NEUMES: a lossless data representation for digital transcription of Western medieval and Byzantine chant sources
  6. Byzantine notation computer fonts project; the design and creation of Unicode® computer fonts

VI. Interests ^

Fr Constantine’s extensive and unique professional and scholarly background with firm footing in the United States and Greece offers a rare and distinctive opportunity to bridge scholarly and pastoral interests and approaches in Byzantine musicology, hymnography and theology, providing a positive contribution on many levels of activity. ^

VII. Contact Information ^

In the USA:

Rev Dr Konstantinos Terzopoulos, 1414 34th Street SE, Cedar Rapids IA, USA Phone: +1 (314) 445-5728, kterzopoulos at gmail.com

In Greece:

Rev Dr Konstantinos Terzopoulos, Chalikake, GR-180 10 Aegina Island, GREECE Phone: +30 (229) 70 29 075, cell: +30 (693) 65 35 181, kterzopoulos at gmail.com ^

Last updated: 1 August 2010

ISSN: 1941-7616   Copyright © 2008-2010, Konstantinos Terzopoulos.

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