In addition to publishing The Journal of Modern Greek Studies, the MGSA also sponsors the publication of its annual Bulletin as well as a variety of bibliographies, collections of essays, and occasional papers.
This page contains a comprehensive catalogue of MGSA-sponsored and MGSA–affiliated publications, as well as information about purchasing copies of books and back issues of journals.
Since 1983. Price per issue: $5.00.
Issues available in print: Vol III, no. 1 (Sept. 1976) through 2011. Free to MGSA members (see box below).
This publication contains information of vital importance on activities of the MGSA (including Symposia, prizes, minutes of the Executive Board's meetings, etc.) and on the status and activities of university programs in Modern Greek Studies chiefly throughout North America. The Bulletin is sent to all current members of the MGSA as part of their annual membership.
In fall 2012, the Executive Board of the MGSA decided to issue future Bulletins in an electronic format.
Edited by Stratos Constantinidis
978-0-8108-3658-7 · Hardback · March 2000 · $196.00 · (£130.00) · 656pp
This complete and annotated bibliography is the largest and most comprehensive of works published in English about Greece, its people, and modern times. Greece in Modern Times indexes nearly 4,000 books and articles in 22 disciplines published during the twentieth century. The covered texts illustrate the involvement of the broad areas of arts & humanities and behavioral & social sciences in Greece's modern development, from roughly the turn of the eighteenth century to the turn of the twenty-first century. The individual disciplines covered include art, drama, philosophy, theology & religion, anthropology, economics, education, and public policy & management.
Disciplinary categories are subdivided into smaller thematic subsections. Entries are cross-referenced, and when appropriate they point to other texts not included in this particular volume. Greece in Modern Times offers a research path to students exploring any aspect of Modern Greece and a great reference for librarians looking to update any library's Greek studies collection. Also useful for scholars in Greek studies, classics, and modern European history.
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Modern Greek Writers, eds. Edmund Keeley and Peter Bien (Princeton University Press,1972). (out of print)
Hellenism and the First War of Liberation. 1821-1830: Continuity and Change, eds. P.N. Diamandouros, J. Anton, J. Petropulos, and P. Topping (Institute for Balkan Studies, 1976) $10.00
The Past in Medieval and Modern Greek Culture, ed. Speros Vryonis, Jr. (Undena Publications, 1978). (out of print)
Greece in the 1940s: A Nation in Crisis, ed. John O. Iatrides: (University Press of New England, 1981), AND Greece in the 1940s : A Bibliographic Companion, ed. John O. Iatrides (University Press of New England, 1981). Set: $10.00
New Trends in Modern Greek Historiography, eds. A. Lily Macrakis and P. Nikiforos Diamandouros (MGSA, Occasional Papers, № I,1983). (out of print)
Census of Modern Greek Literature (1824-1987), ed. Dia M.L. Philippides (MGSA, Occasional Papers № 2, 1990), $10.00
Co-sponsored by MGSA:
British Reports on Greece 1943-1944, ed. Lars Baerentzen (Museum Tusculanum Press, 1981). (out of print)
Studies in the History of the Greek Civil War, 1945-1949, eds. Lars Baerentzen, John O. Iatrides, Ole L. Smith (Museum Tusculanum Press, 1987), (out of print)
Hellenism and the First Greek War of Liberation (1821-1830), ed. John Petropulos, $10.00
Annual volumes appearing from 1975-1981 (Vols 1 to 7) based on a collaboration between the MGSA and faculty based in the United Kingdom. Volume 2 out of print but available through EBSCO Host at your university's library. Price per volume: $5.00.
For more recent issues of BMGS, consult your library’s electronic resources.
Modern Greek Society: A Social Science Newsletter (semi-annual), an independent bibliographical publication, founded in 1973, edited by P. Nikiforos Diamandouros and Peter Allen, and sponsored by the MGSA. Last volume (27) published in the year 2000.
For more information, please contact Peter Allen
The Modern Greek Studies Association has a fairly large stock of old Bulletins, issues of the Journal of Modern Greek Studies and Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, and other MGSA publications available, which it would like to sell to benefit the Association.
Here's what is available and what the MGSA charges for each item:
Please send inquiries to the MGSA's Executive Director, Vangelis Calotychos
The cost of domestic shipping is very reasonable if we can apply the library-to-library or "media mail" rates. All checks are to be made out to the Modern Greek Studies Association.