Greek / Modern Intersections publishes high quality, innovative books from scholars working on texts, media, and materials in and beyond Greece from a comparative perspective. The series covers the disciplines of the humanities broadly understood. It houses work by emerging as well as established scholars working in the fields of literary, cultural, historical, archaeological, and migration and diaspora studies. While it is receptive to any comparative perspective, it privileges work that is reception oriented and studies how a body of work makes meaning of the past.
Artemis Leontis, C.P. Cavafy Professor of Modern Greek Studies, Professor of Modern Greek, Department of Classical Studies, and Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Michigan
Aileen Das, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, Middle East Studies, and Judaic Studies, University of Michigan
Vassilis Lambropoulos, C. P. Cavafy Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Michigan
Yopie Prins, Irene Butter Collegiate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Michigan
Will Stroebel, Assistant Professor of Modern Greek and Comparative Literature, University of Michigan