will occur the weekend of October 15-18, 2015 in the welcoming city of Atlanta, Georgia. Louis Ruprecht, Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies at Georgia State University, will host the event and will act as Chair of the Local Arrangements Committee.
Yannis Hamilakis, Professor of Archaeology at Southampton University, will give the keynote address at the Symposium on Friday, October 16, 2015.
Notifications of acceptances and rejections for Symposium 2015 were sent out March 27, 2015. Notifications on special session submissions will be sent out by May 1, 2015. Please consult the Symposium page regularly for further information and updates, and especially for the pre-registration link, which will be available soon.
The MGSA organizes various biennial prize competitions and the winners are given their awards at our symposia. Please consider submitting your book, dissertation, translation, or graduate student essay. April 1 is the deadline for submissions for the majority of our prize competitions.
Journal of Modern Greek Studies JMGS
The recent (or latest) Crisis in Greece (and beyond) has resulted in a wealth of scholarly production that addresses all aspects of this crisis--economic, social, political, intellectual. Although the Journal has a database of manuscript reviewers, we are finding ourselves in need of a broadened pool of potential reviewers especially for the following topics:
If you would like to be considered as a reviewer please email the editors indicating your willingness to do so. *Please note that only published authors (in peer reviewed journals and/or presses) can act as reviewers, regardless of seniority or official position and title.
More about the Journal of Modern Greek Studies and how to access it online.
The Greek American Studies Resource Portal
The MGSA's Transnational Studies Committee
has published their resource portal featuring the following: