[ilds] ILDS Digest, Vol 99, Issue 4

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Fri Jul 10 23:45:40 PDT 2015


The original typescript of the Stephanides monograph to which you refer is in the Durrell Library of Corfu (donated recently by Stephanides's daughter, Alexia Stephanides-Mercouris). We are aware that an edition of the work is due to be published shortly by Colenso Books, London.
I hope this helps you with your enquiry.
Maria Vlachou
Secretary
Durrell Library of Corfu 
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Re: Stephanides research (Sligh, Charles)----------------------------------------------------------------------Message: 1Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 14:49:17 +0100From: Paul Hopwood To: ilds at lists.uvic.caSubject: [ilds] Stephanides researchMessage-ID: <54B0CFE9-BF26-4BDC-BB89-9B6FCCE4E9B2 at mac.com>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8I know this may be a hopeless (and inappropriate?!) long shot - but, does anyone here have access to a copy of Stephanides, T. (1948) A survey of the freshwater biology of Corfu and certain other regions of Greece. Praktika Helenica 2: 1?263.Alas, even with access to university resources, my searches so far have been unsuccessful. Recent Stephanides citations seem to be indirect references mostly using his authority as support for historical distribution patterns of various freshwater organisms.My next step is to try an interlibrary loan request but I can't legitimately claim it is for my own research??I'm just a Stephanidophile. I know Stephanides was a close friend of Lawrence Durrell (although more prominent in Gerald's books) so maybe a Durrell archivist would have come across copies of Stephanides' scientific output??Thank you,Paul Hopwoodhttp://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=P_Hopwood------------------------------Message: 2Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 09:02:01 -0700From: James Gifford To: ilds at lists.uvic.ca, paulhopwood at mac.comSubject: Re: [ilds] Stephanides researchMessage-ID: <559FEC79.3020803 at gmail.com>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowedHello Paul,There's a copy at the Bodleian, but that's a bit of travel from Exeter... Worldcat.org shows 10 copies in various libraries, mostly in Europe, but that's not very convenient.All best,JamesOn 2015-07-10 6:49 AM, Paul Hopwood wrote:> I know this may be a hopeless (and inappropriate?!) long shot - but, does anyone here have access to a copy of Stephanides, T. (1948) A survey of the freshwater biology of Corfu and certain other regions of Greece. Praktika Helenica 2: 1?263.>> Alas, even with access to university resources, my searches so far have been unsuccessful. Recent Stephanides citations seem to be indirect references mostly using his authority as support for historical distribution patterns of various freshwater organisms.>> My next step is to try an interlibrary loan request but I can't legitimately claim it is for my own research??I'm just a Stephanidophile. I know Stephanides was a close friend of Lawrence Durrell (although more prominent in Gerald's books) so maybe a Durrell archivist would have come across copies of Stephanides' scientific output?> ?>> Thank you,> Paul Hopwood>> http://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=P_Hopwood> _______________________________________________> ILDS mailing list> ILDS at lists.uvic.ca> https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds>------------------------------Message: 3Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 09:09:29 -0700From: Bruce Redwine To: james.d.gifford at gmail.com, ilds at lists.uvic.caCc: Bruce Redwine Subject: Re: [ilds] Stephanides researchMessage-ID: Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8Paul, I searched the online catalog of the UC Berkeley library and found nothing. I suggest you contact Richard Pine on this listserv. He?s the authority on such matters. A trip to Oxford might be your best bet.Bruce> On Jul 10, 2015, at 9:02 AM, James Gifford  wrote:> > Hello Paul,> > There's a copy at the Bodleian, but that's a bit of travel from Exeter... Worldcat.org shows 10 copies in various libraries, mostly in Europe, but that's not very convenient.> > All best,> James> > On 2015-07-10 6:49 AM, Paul Hopwood wrote:>> I know this may be a hopeless (and inappropriate?!) long shot - but, does anyone here have access to a copy of Stephanides, T. (1948) A survey of the freshwater biology of Corfu and certain other regions of Greece. Praktika Helenica 2: 1?263.>> >> Alas, even with access to university resources, my searches so far have been unsuccessful. Recent Stephanides citations seem to be indirect references mostly using his authority as support for historical distribution patterns of various freshwater organisms.>> >> My next step is to try an interlibrary loan request but I can't legitimately claim it is for my own research??I'm just a Stephanidophile. I know Stephanides was a close friend of Lawrence Durrell (although more prominent in Gerald's books) so maybe a Durrell archivist would have come across copies of Stephanides' scientific output?>> ?>> >> Thank you,>> Paul Hopwood>> >> http://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=P_Hopwood>> _______________________________________________>> ILDS mailing list>> ILDS at lists.uvic.ca>> https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds>> > _______________________________________________> ILDS mailing list> ILDS at lists.uvic.ca> https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds------------------------------Message: 4Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 11:18:11 -0500From: William Apt To: "ilds at lists.uvic.ca" Subject: Re: [ilds] Stephanides researchMessage-ID:	Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"Paul:Have you tried contacting the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center atthe University of Texas at Austin? Or maybe the rare book and manuscriptcollection at Southern Illinois University (Carbondale)?BillyOn Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 8:49 AM, Paul Hopwood  wrote:> I know this may be a hopeless (and inappropriate?!) long shot - but, does> anyone here have access to a copy of Stephanides, T. (1948) A survey of the> freshwater biology of Corfu and certain other regions of Greece. Praktika> Helenica 2: 1?263.>> Alas, even with access to university resources, my searches so far have> been unsuccessful. Recent Stephanides citations seem to be indirect> references mostly using his authority as support for historical> distribution patterns of various freshwater organisms.>> My next step is to try an interlibrary loan request but I can't> legitimately claim it is for my own research??I'm just a Stephanidophile. I> know Stephanides was a close friend of Lawrence Durrell (although more> prominent in Gerald's books) so maybe a Durrell archivist would have come> across copies of Stephanides' scientific output?> ?>> Thank you,> Paul Hopwood>> http://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=P_Hopwood> _______________________________________________> ILDS mailing list> ILDS at lists.uvic.ca> https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds>-- WILLIAM APTAttorney at Law812 San Antonio St, Ste 401Austin TX 78701512/708-8300512/708-8011 FAX-------------- next part --------------An HTML attachment was scrubbed...URL: ------------------------------Message: 5Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 16:01:51 +0000From: "Sligh, Charles" To: "ilds at lists.uvic.ca" Cc: Paul Hopwood Subject: Re: [ilds] Stephanides researchMessage-ID: Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"Dear Paul:Thank you for this note, and welcome.I think that your query will not be hopeless. We have a number oflist-members who have extensive collections, and I think that one or moreshould answer you with a solution.I know that Richard Pine has a quite extensive collection at the DurrellLibrary on Corfu. In addition, James Gifford has gathered togetherabundant digital resources. One of those gentlemen should be able to help.I am delighted to see that you are a Stephanidophile and a biologist.(The wonders of Gerry Durrell's legacy.) Please keep in mind that theInternational Lawrence Durrell Society will be hosting a 2016 conferenceon Crete.Threading the Labyrinth: Durrell, Greece, and World War IIOn Miracle Ground XIXRethymnon, Crete | 26-30 June 2016http://lawrencedurrell.org/wp_durrell/omg-xix/@DurrellSociety -- https://twitter.com/DurrellSocietyGiven his wartime service and post-war book, Crete seems an apt connectionwith your Stephanides interest, and we would welcome Stephanides-relatedpapers.Again, thanks for writing with your question -- I look forward to hearingmore about your work.Charles -- ********************************************Charles L. SlighAssistant ProfessorDepartment of EnglishUniversity of Tennessee at Chattanoogacharles-sligh at utc.edu********************************************On 7/10/15 9:49 AM, "Paul Hopwood"  wrote:>I know this may be a hopeless (and inappropriate?!) long shot - but, does>anyone here have access to a copy of Stephanides, T. (1948) A survey of>the freshwater biology of Corfu and certain other regions of Greece.>Praktika Helenica 2: 1?263.>>Alas, even with access to university resources, my searches so far have>been unsuccessful. Recent Stephanides citations seem to be indirect>references mostly using his authority as support for historical>distribution patterns of various freshwater organisms.>>My next step is to try an interlibrary loan request but I can't>legitimately claim it is for my own research??I'm just a Stephanidophile.>I know Stephanides was a close friend of Lawrence Durrell (although more>prominent in Gerald's books) so maybe a Durrell archivist would have come>across copies of Stephanides' scientific output?>?>>Thank you,>Paul Hopwood>>http://biosciences.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=P_Hopwood>_______________________________________________>ILDS mailing list>ILDS at lists.uvic.ca>https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds------------------------------Subject: Digest Footer_______________________________________________ILDS mailing listILDS at lists.uvic.cahttps://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds------------------------------End of ILDS Digest, Vol 99, Issue 4***********************************
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