The Center for Byzantine and Greek Studies publishes a scholarly journal and as well as a book series. Both publications cover a wide spectrum of subjects related to Hellenism and the Greek American community.

Journal of Modern Hellenism

The Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Program and the Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies cosponsor a scholarly journal, the Journal of Modern Hellenism (JMH). It is published annually and 34 volumes of JMH have been published until today. The Journal of Modern Hellenism covers a variety of fields and disciplines from history, to anthropology, to literature and politics. Several Greek American authorities on this subjects as well as prominent personalities from the Greek intellectual world, have contribute to JMS.

For a complete list of all the JMH issues (1984 to present), click on the link below:​​


The Modern Greek Research Series

The Center has a publication series in the framework of its Modern Greek Research Project. The purpose of this monograph series is to promote and disseminate scholarly works on the history, institutions, and the culture of the Greek people. The series is sponsored and edited by the Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Queens College of the City University of New York.

The Center publishes it book series through the New York based Pella Publishing Company. Occasionally, the Center also publishes co-sponsored books as indicated below.


S.J. Tsemberis, H.J. Psomiades and A. Karpathakis, editors,
Van Coufoudakis, Harry J. Psomiades and Andre Gerolymatos, editors.
Theodore Couloumbis, John Petropoulos and Harry Psomiades, editors.

Co-sponsored Books