Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies is an internationally recognised, peer-reviewed journal and one of the leading publications in its field. Published twice a year, its remit has always been to facilitate the publication of high-quality research and discussion in all aspects of Byzantine and Modern Greek scholarship, whether historical, literary or social-anthropological. It welcomes research, criticism, contributions on theory and method in the form of articles, critical studies and short notes.
Key areas of interest include:
- Anthropology and archaeology
- Art and architecture
- Cultural studies
- Geography and geopolitics
- Language and literature
Recent articles include:
- Ghazis, roads and trade in north-west Anatolia 1179-1291, Ian Booth
- Un-Orthodox imagery: voids and visual narrative in the Madrid Skylitzes manuscript, Elena Boeck
- Days of those made like me: retrospective pleasure, sexual knowledge, and C. P. Cavafy’s homobiographics, Dimitris Papanikolaou
- Warfare and propaganda: the portrayal of Andronikos II Palaiologos (1282–1328) as an incompetent military leader in the Histories of John VI Kantakouzenos (1347–54), Savvas Kyriakidis
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