MEDIA related to the CENSUS OF MODERN GREEK LITERATURE
Credits for the brochure: 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
A detailed work-flow chart, created for the same occasion, 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
Reviews for 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. 248 p. Second printing 1992. ISBN 0912105011; 9780912105017
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 entire fortune abroad".
Excerpts from the CENSUS monograph (1990) are found posted online: