MEDIA related to the CENSUS OF MODERN GREEK LITERATURE
Preparation for the Greek Bicentennial celebration in 2021
The CENSUS project is now aiming at a first presentation of its results, initially focussing on the section “Authors 19th-21st century”, as part of the celebration of Greece’s 200th anniversary year (2021) – with support from the Laskaridis Foundation and as one of the 130 international research projects under the aegis of the collective program "Πρωτοβουλία 1821-2021" ('Initiative 1821-2021') (newspaper TO VIMA – 1 February 2020). See also on the www.protovoulia21.gr/ website. Another citation of the CENSUS among Greece's Bicentennial Initiatives abroad is found here.
BROCHURE Credits: Catherine Wechsler, Graphics, Media Technology Services, Boston College -- design Andrea Frank, Curator of Visual Resources, Fine Arts Department, Boston College -- advice on copyright for included photos Chris Soldt, Graphics, Media Technology Services, Boston College -- editing
The current WORKFLOW CHART for the CENSUS project is found below:
A detailed work-flow chart, created for the same occasion (i.e., related to Big Data), outlines the path(s) to the two forms of (online - Open Access) publication envisaged for the CENSUS: a pdf (with an index of person names) and a fully searchable and extensible database:
A downloadable version (pdf) of the work-flow chart is available here:
Credits for the work-flow chart: Catherine Wechsler, Graphics, Media Technology Services, Boston College -- design
A related article, Dia Philippides (2012) --“Αγγλική (ΗΠΑ, Καναδάς)" [=Οι αγγλόγλωσσες μεταφράσεις της νεοελληνικής λογοτεχνίας στις ΗΠΑ και τον Καναδά / English translations of modern Greek literature published in the USA and Canada] — is posted online: dlib.bc.edu/islandora/object/bc-ir:104954
The original CENSUS monograph: Dia M. L. Philippides, Check-list of ENglish-Language Sources Useful in the Study of Modern Greek Literature (1824-1987). New Haven, CT: Modern Greek Studies Association, 1990. xxviii, 248 p. Second printing 1992. ISBN 0912105011; 9780912105017
The monograph is in the collections of at least 175 libraries on WorldCat
As Peter Mackridge, Prof. Emeritus of Modern Greek at the University of Oxford, wrote (in his 1992 review): “…”Until its next edition, [the Census] will be an indispensible guide for all English-speaking teachers and students of modern Greek literature”.
From the perspective of Greece, bibliographer Dimitris Daskalopoulos has referred to the Census as "[the record of] our fortune abroad".
Excerpts from the CENSUS monograph (1990) are found posted online:
An early related article: [Dia Philippides], "Ο υπολογιστής στις λεξικολογικές και βιβλιογραφικές εργασίες” (Computers in Textual Analysis and Bibliographic Compilations). In Το βιβλιογραφικό προσκήνιο στην Ελλάδα σήμερα: Πρακτικά Πρώτου Συνεδρίου Ελληνικής Βιβλιογραφίας (The Contemporary Bibliographic Forefront in Greece: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Greek Bibliography). Athens: Greek Literary and Historical Archive, 1990: 113-156.