The Journal of Modern Greek Studies is a biannual journal, sponsored by the MGSA and published by Johns Hopkins University Press, which features essays, written in English, by leading scholars in the field of Modern Greek Studies from North America and around the world. Focusing on a broad historical expanse that stretches from late Byzantium until the present, the JMGS is highly interdisciplinary, publishing peer-reviewed articles from scholars who represent a diversity of fields within the humanities, the arts, and the social sciences. A JMGS subscription is complimentary with MGSA membership.
We have a page on the JMGS which hosts current and past issues and two extra features: "In Focus" contains supplementary material that accompany the printed issue, that include podcasts, photographs, music, videos, and poetry readings. "Occasional Papers" hosts interviews, position papers, reports on collaborative projects and other material on current matters relating to Greece, Cyprus, Greek and Greeks worldwide selected by the editors. The latest "Occasional Paper" may be accessed without a password here ‣
Back issues of the journal can be accessed online through the Project MUSE system of the Johns Hopkins University Press. Access requires a password, which is your MGSA membership number.
The Editorial Board of the journal, which is selected and appointed by the Executive Board of MGSA, is composed of senior scholars in the field of Modern Greek Studies. In selecting the Editorial Board, the Executive Board strives to maintain a balance between scholars in the Arts and Humanities, on the one hand, and the Social and Behavioral Sciences, on the other. The main task of the members of the Editorial Board is to provide advice to the Editor about appropriate individuals to review/referee submissions to the journal. They are also occasionally asked to review manuscripts themselves.
These documents provide detailed instructions on the process of preparing and submitting a manuscript for publication consideration, including information about formatting and the transliteration of Greek words. These guidelines are constantly being fine-tuned, so please check them before making a submission. The JMGS currently asks that submissions be made in a Unicode font, which supports all writing systems that are currently in use today. Common Unicode fonts include Times New Roman, Arial, and Garamond.
All submissions must be addressed to JMGSContact.
For inquiries and other correspondence please use the following addresses:
Associate Professor Johanna Hanink Editor for the Humanities
Associate Professor Antonis Ellinas Editor for the Social Sciences
• The JMGS does not accept unsolicited book reviews or suggestions about potential reviewers from authors or their publishers.
If you have difficulty or a question, call the JHUP circulation desk at 1 800 548 1764 (1-410-516-6987 from overseas).