Salem State College
Department of History
Ph.D. 1993 Indiana University (History)
M.A. 1981 Indiana University (History)
B.A. 1980 Indiana University (History)
"Ancient, Byzantine and Modern Greece: Continuity Through Historical Evolution." In Richard Frucht, ed. Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Land, and Culture. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO Press, 2005.
"An Assessment of American Strategy in the South Balkans Since the Dissolution of Yugoslavia." In George A. Kourvetaris, Victor Roudemetof, et al., eds., The New Balkans: Disintegration and Reconstruction, pp. 401-437. New York: East European Monographs, Columbia University Press, 2002.
"Operation Blockade: Greek-American Humanitarianism During World War II.” In Eugene Rossides, ed., Greece’s Pivotal Role in World War II, pp. 109-127. Washington, D.C.: American Hellenic Institute Foundation, 2002.
"Diaspora Studies: Hellenic Diaspora" (with Stavros K. Frangos). In Stratos E. Constantinidis, ed., Greece in Modern Times: An Annotated Bibliography of Works Published in English in Twenty-Two Academic Disciplines During the Twentieth Century, Volume I, pp. 355-378. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2000.
Guide to the Greek Pamphlet Collection at the Firestone Library, Princeton University: A Survey Catalogue of Pamphlets, Newsletters and Other Ephemera on Greece and Southeastern Europe. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, 1997.
"Castle-Building in the Balkans: American Aspirations in Southeastern Europe Since the Dissolution of Yugoslavia," Journal of Political and Military Sociology, 24/2 (1996): 253-284.
"American Foreign Policy Ambitions in the Balkans," Mediterranean Quarterly: A Journal of Global Issues, 6/3 (1995): 108-118.
"Interethnic Conflict in the Diaspora: The Case of the Greek and Bulgarian Americans During World War II," Journal of Modern Hellenism, 11 (1994): 1-17.
"Ethnicity as Humanitarianism: The Greek American Relief Campaign for Occupied Greece, 1941-1944." In Dan Georgakas and Charles C. Moskos, eds., New Directions in Greek American Studies, pp. 111-127. New York: Pella Publishing Company, Inc, 1991.
Eastern European History and Politics
The Greeks: From Antiquity to Modernity
Byzantine History and Civilization
Byzantium and Medieval Warfare
History of the Balkans: 1453-1804
History of the Balkans: 1804-1923
Eastern Europe: 1914 to the Present
American Immigration and the Greek Diaspora
The Greek-American Experience: Field Literature
The Greek-American Experience: Research in Primary Sources.