The collection focused initially on standard editions of ancient texts published by modern Greek scholars as well as on Greek works in ancient history and archaeology. It subsequently expanded to include Modern Greek linguistics and “the language question,” Byzantine and modern Greek history, geography and topography, as well as philhellenism.
The Byzantine and Modern Greek Collections at the University of Cincinnati include some 1,000 journal titles covering all aspects of Byzantine and post-Byzantine Greece, with special strengths in 19th c. and early 20th c. journals.
The collecting of Greek materials at the University of Cincinnati began in earnest with archaeologist Carl W. Blegen, Professor of Classical Archaeology from 1927 to 1957.
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The Modern Greek Historic Journal Project is undertaken by a consortium of academic research and national libraries in the United States and Europe committed to free online access to their collections of pre-1900 Modern Greek journals in all disciplines.