Welcome to the website of the Hellenic Association for American Studies

The Hellenic Association for American Studies is based in Thessaloniki and was founded in 1990. The aim of the association is to promote the research, study and teaching of American civilization in Greece in the areas of humanities, social and applied sciences. The main means for realizing this purpose are: Participation in related international activities, especially the EAAS activities Publication of a newsletter Organization of regular conferences and other interdisciplinary meetings Publication of annual journal with emphasis on American Studies Creation of data bank and network to inform members about the progress of research in areas of their immediate interest.

Feminism and Technoscience - 3rd Biennial European Association for American Studies (EAAS) Women’s Network Symposium Call for papers

1st HELAAS Young Scholar Symposium More here

Ex-centric Narratives: Journal of Anglophone Literature, Culture and Media

Forthcoming ExNa Issue 2 (Dec. 2018)

War in Culture
 

Guest Editors
Joseph Michael Gratale, Professor, The American College of Thessaloniki, Greece (zozef@act.edu)
Serap Kayatekin, Professor, The American College of Thessaloniki, Greece (serap@act.edu)

Assistant Editor
Aggeliki Tseti, PhD

Forthcoming ExNa Issue 3 (Dec. 2019)

Identity Broodings and Inter-Referential Pathways
in Chicana/o Culture

Guest Editors
Francisco A. LomelĂ­, Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S. (lomeli@spanport.ucsb.edu)
Juan Ignacio Oliva, Professor, University of La Laguna, Spain (jioliva@ull.es)
Sophia Emmanouilidou, Special Teaching Fellow, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (semma@enl.auth.gr)
Call for Papers

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