Resources

Please find below a list of some of our associates, supporters, and fellow students and promoters of Hellenism.

Sismanoglio Megaro of the Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul

The Sismanoglio Megaro of the Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul is situated in the middle of the Grand Rue de Pera, today’s Istiklal Street. It houses the residence of the Consul General and a range of cultural and educational activities. The history of the building epitomizes the history of the Greeks of the East, of Istanbul, of the Sismanoglou family of benefactors, of Greece and indeed of Turkey. Furthermore, in a purpose-designed and furnished section of the building, it hosts, part of the extensive book collection of the Rev. Meletios Sakulidis (1926-2009), a donation to the Consulate General. The process of digitizing and uploading of the most significant books in the collection to “Medusa” is underway. Unless otherwise stated, all uploaded items belong to the Sakoulidis collection.

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The Western Consortium for Hellenic Studies

The Western Consortium for Hellenic Studies brings together scholars and students from various disciplines whose research and teaching deals with any aspect of the Greek world. This includes scholars and students in Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, International Studies, and related disciplines. The Consortium sponsors lectures, workshops, and cultural events, and encourages community engagement.

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The Modern Greek Studies Association 

The Modern Greek Studies Association was founded in 1968 by a group of intellectuals and scholars (Americans and Greeks in America), to showcase the merits of the modern Greek tradition and contemporary Greek culture. It has evolved since then to an American-based, non-profit academic organization, dedicated to the promotion of Modern Greek Studies in the United States and Canada and conversant internationally on all issues, historical and contemporary, which pertain to Greek matters.

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SFU Career and Volunteer Services

Career and Volunteer Services is a free resource for all SFU students and recent graduates. They are here to help students explore their options and create inspiring and hopeful possibilities, aid them in conducting a strategic work search, create effective work search documents, and develop action plans for productive transitions. Career and Volunteer Services also provides one-on-one consultations with professional career advisors, career-development related workshops and events, and a full range of online resources such as What Can I Do With a Degree in Hellenic Studies.

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