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Professor Johanna Hanink, Editor for the Arts & Humanities (2019-2024)
Professor Antonis Ellinas, Editor for the Social Sciences (2019-2024)
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The Journal of Modern Greek Studies only accepts single submission of original articles that have not been previously published. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed. The editor, however, may reject outright any submission not meeting JMGS’s standards or falling outside of the JMGS’s interests and areas of coverage. We use a double-blind review system, meaning that the identities of the referees are not revealed to the author, and papers are forwarded to the referees without any identification of authorship. All articles are reviewed by at least two referees. Referees are asked to respond within two months to a series of questions about the submissions (e.g., “Does the author present the substantive material of the analysis accurately?” “Does the author add something new to the existing scholarship on this subject?”) and to make a recommendation regarding acceptance (accept, accept with minor revisions, revise and resubmit, reject). In the case of “accept with minor revisions,” revised articles enter directly into editing by the editors. In the case of resubmissions under the “revise and resubmit” rubric, the article is sent out again for peer review to at least one referee (who may or may not be one of the submission’s original referees).
In this section we host occasional papers on current Greek matters. Some of these are interviews, others are short position papers commissioned by Neni Panourgiá, who edited the page from 2013–2017; yet others are short reports of collaborative projects.
Nikolaos Papadogiannis is a Teaching Fellow and Co-Director of the Institute for Transnational and Spatial History at the University of St Andrews, specializing in contemporary European history. He has published on the 1960s and onwards protest cultures, gender, and sexuality in Europe. His monograph Militant around the Clock? Left-wing Youth Politics, Leisure and Sexuality in post- dictatorship Greece, 1974-1981 saw print in 2015. He has also co-edited with Kostis Kornetis and Eirini Kotsovili the volume Consumption and Gender in Southern Europe since the Long 1960s.
Johanna Hanink, Brown University
Antonis Ellinas, University of Cyprus
Nektaria Klapaki, University of Washington
Olga Demetriou, Durham University
Michalis Moutselos, University of Cyprus
Elsa Amanatidou, Brown University
Arts & Humanities
Elsa Amanatidou, Brown University
Maria Boletsi, University of Amsterdam
Evdoxios Doxiadis, Simon Fraser University
Karen Emmerich, Princeton University
Dimitris Plantzos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Konstantina Zanou, Columbia University
Nikos Panou, SUNY Stony Brook (ex officio)
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Athena Athanasiou, Panteion University
Spyros Economides, London School of Economics
Laurie Kain Hart, UCLA
Harris Mylonas, George Washington University
Theodoros Rakopoulos, University of Oslo
Susannah Verney, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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