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Hellenic-American Oral History Project: Greek Americans

Greek Oral History Project
The Borough of Queens boasts the largest Greek American enclave in New York City—or anywhere else in the United States. So Queens College is the logical home for the Hellenic-American Oral History Project archive, which promotes understanding of Greek American communities in the metropolitan area and beyond.

This archive comprises five categories of statistics and information: qualitative data gleaned from our own growing library of oral histories; quantitative data drawn from the U.S. Census and other surveys; social science references; community data and resources; and published and unpublished texts about Greeks and Greek Americans. Data sets will be updated when they are officially accessible. We hope this material will be useful not only to researchers and policy makers, but also to anyone interested in Greek Americans.


 
 

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Nicholas Alexiou
Sociology Department
nicholas.alexiou@qc.cuny.edu 

 

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