Juliet du Boulay

Juliet du Boulay holds an MA in English Literature and Language and a D. Phil. in Social Anthropology. After her first degree she worked for a newspaper in London for two years, and then in 1961 came to Greece and remained here, with some breaks, until 1973. During the period 1961–64 she traveled extensively in the villages of mainland Greece and Evia , and spent a few months roaming around with a donkey in the mountainous regions of Western Crete. He returned to England to study social anthropology at Oxford. In the period 1966–73 he lived mainly in a mountain village in northern Evia, initially collecting material on the customs and institutions of the village and then paying special attention to the cosmological and religious ideas of the people. These studies were published in two books: a) Portrait of a Greek Mountain Village (1974) and b) Cosmos, Life, and Liturgy in a Greek Orthodox Village (2009). He has also published several articles in anthropological journals. In 1968 she was accepted into the Orthodox Church and in 1976 she married and went with her husband to live in Scotland. There they formed the center of a small Orthodox Community. In 1992 her husband was ordained first as a deacon and then as a priest.

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