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. Late January 2019 was the deadline for electronic submissions of abstracts, panel proposals, and proposals for special sessions. The Program Committee sent out notifications of acceptances and rejections March 28, 2019. A preliminary program will be posted by late summer 2019.
There are now Travel Grants for International Scholars to attend the 2019 Symposium. Details are available here.
On the Thursday opening night of the Symposium, the MGSA announces the winners of its various prize competitions (for books, dissertations, edited volumes, translations, and graduate student essays). All prizes had 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, MGSA Symposium.orgis dedicated to the fall 2019 Symposium. Please save the dates of November 7-10, 2019. 📆 Monday the 11th is a holiday, which may facilitate travel. Join us for another symposium of the highest academic standards.Register for the Symposium ▷
Special section/issue of the Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Spring 2021
Guest Editor: Yanni Kotsonis, NYU
The two hundred-year anniversary of outbreak of the Greek War of Independence should be an occasion for serious rethinking. The JMGS aims to showcase recent reconsiderations and new directions in the historiography, by scholars working in any discipline of the humanities and/or social sciences. To that end, we issue this call for papers for a special feature entitled “1821 in 2021: Rethinking the Birth of Modern Greece,” to appear in the journal’s May 2021 issue. We especially encourage submissions that present broad and innovative views and foreground that novelty, but which are still based on serious investigation.
We are soliciting proposals in the form of abstracts in English of 350 words by 15 May 2019. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to [email protected].
Commissioned articles of 8,000 words will be due by 28 February 2020, for distribution to outside reviewers. Articles will be subjected to the JMGS’s regular peer review process. Potential contributors should consult the JMGS author guidelines.
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Apply For The 2019 Heritage Greece Program. See the National Hellenic Society for an application. Program details and eligibility criteria are available from the American College of Greeece.