Volume XXIII, Issues 1 & 2

Haunted by the “Enemy” Within: Brigandage, Vlachian / Albanian Greekness, Turkish “Contamination,” and Narratives of Greek Nationhood in the Dilessi / Marathon Affair (1870)

[Reprinted, with minor line editing changes, from the Journal of Modern Greek Studies 20, no. 1 (2002): 47-74, with permission of the author and the Johns …

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A Trek through Greece, Macedonia, and Albania

Bitola bus station in the rain is not the most romantic of spots, and only the most devoted of wives would have tolerated this halfway …

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Community News

Efforts to preserve or at least record some of the world’s endangered languages continue to capture media attention.  In a March 16, 2009 article entitled, …

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The Poetry of Traditional Languages

The Neapolitan linguist-historian Giambattista Vico said in 1744 in his New Science, “We find that the principle of [the] origins both of languages and of letters …

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