Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora
The Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, a semiannual review, views the modern Greek experience in a global context in terms of its Balkan, Mediterranean and diasporic dimensions. The JHD maintains a vision of the Greek world as a paradigm for new conceptualizations of Western identity and society, standing as it does on the margins of eastern and western Europe and at the boundary of western and oriental constructs. The JHD takes a transdisciplinary perspective that examines the modern Greek experience from the point of view of anthropology, history, literature and literary criticism, philosophy and the social sciences.
The JHD welcomes widely ranging approaches that embrace a variety of methodologies and rhetorical perspectives. It accepts articles, review essays, and notes keyed to the Greek experience from the late eighteenth century to the present. The JHD carries reviews of books that deal with modern Greece, the Greek diaspora and the Balkan and Mediterranean worlds.
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