Kamberidis Lambros

Fr. Lambros Kamberidis was born in Constantinople, grew up in Athens and lives in Montreal since 1970. He studied Byzantine History with Professor Nikolaos Economides. Founding member of the Society for the Study of Modern Hellenism of the University of Montreal, he collaborated with Professor Jacques Bouchard in their joint effort to make known the Phanariot era and its almost unknown protagonists, who contributed significantly to the spiritual, social and political development of the Southeast Europe. Author of several books, he regularly publishes articles in the magazine Atelier du roman (Paris). Some titles of his works indicate his literary and historical interests: "The Greek Monasteries of Sozopolis", "The Marriages of Heaven and Earth, "Give Me a Stranger", "From Brett Hart to Papadiamantis". He also publishes, together with with Denise Harvey, translations of Papadiamanti's works into English, of which two volumes are already published: "The Boundless Garden" and "The Murderess." He teaches at the francophone University of Sherbrooke in Quebec, and is the parish priest of Saints Constantine and Elenis in the western suburbs of the Island of Montreal.