One of the most enduring fallacies in Greek-American studies is that Hellenic sojourners didn’t bring any traditional crafts to North America.
That “drinking games are a time-honored tradition” has a whole new meaning – at least ever since Professors Heather Sharpe and Andrew Snyder of […]
It is no exaggeration to say that the history of the Near East, during the Victorian Era, is now largely seen through the eyes of the Zangakis brothers.
The role that Archbishop Iakovos played in the Civil Rights era, and standing by Martin Luther King in a dramatic match for justice, is portrayed in the Academy Award nominated movie Selma.
Thomas Telemachus Timayenis rates high in the rogue’s gallery of Greek criminals, scoundrels and ne’er-do-wells who made the United States their home. Few Greeks arrived […]
SEATTLE, WA – In partnership with the Greek-American Historical Museum of Washington State, (greeksinwashington.org), the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) invites you to travel […]
Within just the last couple of years, Marie Cosindas has been rediscovered by the international art scene. During the course of this process, Cosindas’ status […]
Evangelinus Apostolides Sophocles is without question the most mysterious of all the notable Greeks who sojourned to North America in the Nineteenth Century. The second […]
Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo’s death on January 1 somewhat tempered the exuberance that the beginning of any new year brings – the length […]
CHICAGO, IL – It is called the Net Zero Coin and it commemorates one of history’s most astonishing finds: the Antikythera Mechanism. Revealed at an […]