Libraries

Modern Greek at Butler Library

 

Columbia University Libraries began a focused collection in Modern Greek literature, culture, and society only in the late 1990s, with the establishment of the academic program in Modern Greek Studies. The collection currently houses over 6000 monographs and nearly 100 periodicals. The emphasis of the collection is on 19th- and 20th-century literature, which is housed in Butler Library, while numerous works in art, architecture, archaeology, and urban design may be found in Avery Library. Several works on cultural history are available from the Athens Microfilm Services, in the Microforms Reading Room in Butler Library, and Lehman Library holds a growing collection of political science and anthropological works.


Further information on Columbia University Libraries' collection development policy may be found at:

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/services/colldev/modern-greek.html

or by contacting the librarian for Modern Greek:

 

Ms. Karen Green
Modern Greek Librarian
Ancient & Medieval History and Religion Librarian

manc@libraries.cul.columbia.edu
Columbia University
309C Butler Library
535 W. 114th Street
New York NY 10027
Tel: 212 854 3031

 

Program in Hellenic Studies Library

The Program has a small program library of books on Greek literature, culture, politics, and society for the use of faculty and students taking classes in the program. There are special sections on contemporary Greek literature; Greek literature in English translation; the Greek diaspora; works by key authors; and some important references works and dictionaries. The collection is housed in Hamilton 515.