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CfP: Princeton Hellenic Studies Graduate Student Conference in Modern Greek Studies: May 3, 2019

Dear colleagues,
 
The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University pleased to announce our Eleventh International Graduate Student Conference in Modern Greek Studies (that naturally covers Anatolian, Balkan and Ottoman studies) with an open theme "Works-in-Progress: New Approaches."
 
The conference will be held at Princeton on Friday, May 3, 2019.
 
Below please find the Call for Papers. 
 
Deadline for submissions: Friday, February 8, 2019.
 
Kindly distribute this announce

Publication Announcement: Nationalist State Feminism Discourse: The Case of Türk Kadını Magazine (1966-1974)

New book announcement

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the publication of my book (in Turkish) Milliyetçi Devlet Feminizmi Söylemi: Türk Kadını Dergisi (1966-1974) Örneği, (Nationalist State Feminism Discourse: The Case of Türk Kadını Magazine (1966-1974) in English) by Gece Kitaplığı. The abstract of the book in English is presented below.

Elizabeth A. Zachariadou (1931-2018)

It is with great grief we learned that Professor Elizabeth A. Zachariadou passed away, after a short illness, today December 26, 2018. Elizabeth Zachariadou studied at the University of Athens and at SOAS, London; she worked for many years in Montreal, Canada, before moving to the University of Crete, where she taught from 1985 to 1998. She was also (together with Prof. V.

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