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Modern Greek Studies Library Guide: Home

Resources on Language, History, Philosophy, Religion, Culture, Business, Political Science, Statistics, and How to Begin Research on Modern Greek topics

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Literatures and Languages Library
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Lynne Rudasill
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306 International Studies Building
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Tuesdays - 2:00-4:00
Fridays: 9:00-11:00
217-265-6879

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About

Welcome to the Modern Greek Studies Library Guide! This guide is designed to assist students and researchers in the pursuit of Modern Greek studies. Use the tabs at the top of the page to see resources for each topic.

The Modern Greek Program at Image of the flag of GreeceUIUC is now a part of the Ancient Greek and Classical Civilization and Archaeology Programs, under the directorship of Professors Antony Augoustakis and Angeliki Tzanetou

Topics in this LibGuide include:

Each topic will include the best resources and tools for finding specific information. Each category will include databases and library subject headings to use for searches. If you have any further questions about the content or the resources in this LibGuide, please contact either Paula Carns, Literature and Languages Librarian or Lynne Rudasill, Global Studies and European Union Studies Librarian. 

Study Abroad & Other Opportunities

For information about study abroad, visit the Department of Classics page on programs, classes, and other opportunities. 

For a list of local and nearby (Chicago) centers, organizations, and museums related to Greek culture, check out the Classics Community page