The MGSA’s 26th biennial Symposium will be held at the California State University, Sacramento, on November 7-10, 2019 (Th.pm through Su.am). Katerina Lagos, Professor of History and Director of the CSUS Hellenic Studies Program, will host the event and chair the Local Arrangements Committee. The call for papers will be posted by summer 2018. Mid-January 2019 will be the deadline for electronic submissions of abstracts, panel proposals, and proposals for special sessions. The Program Committee will send out notifications of acceptances and rejections by March 31, 2019. A preliminary program will be posted by late summer 2019.
On the Thursday opening night of the Symposium, the MGSA announces the winners of its various prize competitions (for books, dissertations, translations, and graduate student essays). All prizes have an April 1, 2019 submission deadline, except for the graduate student essay prize, which has a July 31, 2019 deadline.
The closest airport to the 2019 Symposium location is Sacramento International Airport (SMF). San Francisco Airport is some 100 miles away. For more information and regular updates, please visit the website which will be dedicated to the fall 2019 Symposium. Please save the dates of November 7-10, 2019. Monday, November 11, is a holiday, which may facilitate travel. Join us for another symposium of the highest academic standards.
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:
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