will occur the weekend of October 15-18, 2015 in the welcoming city of Atlanta, Georgia. Louis Ruprecht, Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies at Georgia State University, will host the event and will act as Chair of the Local Arrangements Committee.
Yannis Hamilakis, Professor of Archaeology at Southampton University, will give the keynote address at the Symposium on Friday, October 16, 2015.
The second electronic issue of the MGSA Bulletin is available to download. Edited by the MGSA Executive Director, Gonda Van Steen, with several contributions from members, this issue of the Bulletin highlights many exciting developments within the MGSA and helps our members stay informed about academic activities and MGSA grants, share professional developments, and get involved in MGSA governance.
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:
If you would like to be considered as a reviewer please email the editors indicating your willingness to do so. *Please note that only published authors (in peer reviewed journals and/or presses) can act as reviewers, regardless of seniority or official position and title.
The latest issue of the Journal, Vol. 32, No. 2, is available online.
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For the MGSA Symposium 24, please consider submitting your graduate student essay. July 31 is the deadline.