Volume 10

Nationalism & Identity in the Balkans

Nationalism as a source of collective identity is the most persistent spiritual offspring of the French Revolution. The collapse of Yugoslavia refuted the view of Eric Hobsbawm (1990) who thought that the subject of his book was, historically speaking, in full retreat. The topicality of this phenomenon of nationalist revival… Read more

The Dialectics of Truth in Manolis Anagnostakis’ Poetry

This article examines Manolis Anagnostakis’s eight collections of poems, Τα ποιήματα 1941–1971 (Εποχές 1–3, Συνέχεια, Παρενθέσεις, Συνέχεια 2–3, Ο Στόχος [Epochs 1–3, Continuation, Parentheses, Continuation 2–3, The Goal]) that exemplify the spiritual journey of a (poetic) consciousness in crisis, suggesting an interpretive model for understanding and overcoming some of Greece’s… Read more


I first met Lily Macrakis when she became Dean of Hellenic College in 2002; she was literally “a breath of fresh air.” In the years we worked together, I came to further appreciate her scholarship, and benefited enormously from her leadership. With her incredible ability to persevere against all kinds… Read more