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Introduction to
Hellenic Genealogy

by Mary Papoutsy--a comprehensive guide to
researching Greek ancestry

Current & Recent

Review by Alan Morrison of Crisis--Greek Poets on the Crisis, Edited by Dino Siotis

Inheriting in Greece--by Christos Iliopoulos, Esq.

Market Basket Drama: A Greek Tragedy--by Christos Papoutsy

The Archives of Vatoussa: 1733-1912--A 'Titanic' Work by Christos Stavrakoglou

The Late Athena Peters: A Person who Gave Meaning in the World--by Catherine Tsounis.

Assistive Technologies for Elder Care--by Dr. Lundy Lewis of Southern New Hampshire University-Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics and Social Responsibility

Professional Systematics Applied to the Development of Social Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Case Study--by Dr. Lundy Lewis of Southern New Hampshire University-Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics and Social Responsibility [345KB PDF download]

Wheat of Life: Remembering Lost Loved Ones--by Mary Papoutsy

Easing Your Path to Greek Citizenship--by Greek Attorney Christos Iliopoulos

Mary Papoutsy to Speak at Annual CANE Meeting 2014: "An Overview of Archaeological Sites on Lesbos"

British Writer and Actor
Stephen Fry Speaks about the
Return of the Elgin Marbles to
the Parthenon

Professor Ewen Bowie of Oxford University Speaks at the University of New Hampshire

Classical Association of the Atlantic States Awards Ovatio to Dr. Paul Properzio

How Do You Measure a Successful Leader?

What to Do to Inherit in Greece--by Christos Iliopoulos, Esq.

Interview with Chef Nikolaos Stavrakakis of Meli Restaurant--by Markos Papadatos

A One-Day Adventure in Mytilene--by Catherine Tsounis

Researchers of Hellenic Ancestors: Beware Western Genealogists Bearing Names--by Mary Papoutsy

Viewpoint: The Thyranixis of Two Eastern Long Island Churches--by Catherine Tsounis

Consul-General Kanara Launches New Initiative: Local Consular Services

The 250,000-Euro Greek Residence Permit--by Christos Iliopoulos, Esq.

Thinking of Buying Property in Greece? How It's Done--by Christos Iliopoulos, Esq.

90 Years Since the Asia Minor Catastrophe. A Review of Christos Papoutsy's Ships of Mercy--by Dino Siotis [in Greek]

Free lectures on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Now Being Scheduled

Where Did The Fifteen Trillion Dollars Go? (Originally posted 2002; updated 2009)

Releases from

Greek Institute of Cambridge Announces Lecture by Author Christos Papoutsy: "Ola gia ta paideia--Everything for the Children"

Rebuilding of St. Nicholas at WTC to Commence with Ground Blessing on 18 October 2014

Harvard Library Acquires Stavrakoglou Book and Vatoussan Periodical

New Book Authored by Papoutsy: Everything for the Children. . . At the Expense of Whom?

Hellenic Society Paideia of Maine to Offer Greek Classes for All Levels Adult Learners with Nationally Recognized Instructor Eleni Ntrivalas

Cypreco to Show Documentary Film on Cypriot Lace-Making

His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios Interviewed for "Discovering Orthodox Christianity" Series of Greek Orthodox Telecommunications

Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Arts & Culture at Hellenic College Holy Cross to Host Renowned Byzantine Choirs and Scholars in First Annual Boston Byzantine Music Festival

37th World Congress on Dance Research, Athens 2014

Panepirotic Federation Elects Author Nicholas Gage President (660K doc download)

Dr. Paul Properzio Appointed to APA Editorial Board of Amphora Journal

Friends of Greek Teenager Mirto Join Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of New England to Raise Funds to Help Assault Victim

IOCC Reaches Out to Philippines Typhoon: Survivors in Hardest Hit Areas

Loose Weather, a Collection of Poetry by Robert Herschbach, Receives 2013 Jean Feldman Poetry Prize Awarded by Washington Writers' Publishing House

University of New Hampshire Announces 15th Anniversary Celebration of the John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series October 23-25, 2013. View and download flyer (PDF).

Dance of Zalongo History Revealed in New Book by Christos Papoutsy. Click here for small JPEG flyer (110KB--set printer to "landscape" format). For full-size flyer (PDF 5.3MB), click here.

Click Here to Browse a Collection of Downloadable Greek Recordings of 78-Records from the 40s, 50s, & 60s

The Root Cause of the Corrupt Stock Market and Flow of Capital. The Invisible Hand [doc file]

Upcoming Events

We're streamlining our site as weapproach our 15th anniversarydate. Events will now be listed only here on the Home page, a changedesigned to enhance efficiency for site visitors.

Lecture "The Theoric Fund--What is That?" by Prof. Aaron Seider, Assistant Prof. of Classics at Holy Cross College. Hellenic Arts Society of Worcester. Talk about Attic tragedy and a fund that was used to subsidize the cost of attending performances. Location: Hogan Center, Holy Cross College, Worcester. Thursday, 7pm, 19 February 2015.

Lecture "The Mycenaeans and Minoans Today: Revivals of Bronze Age Greece" by Dr. Bryan Burns of Wellesley College f
or the John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series at the University of New Hampshire. Free and open to the public. DeMeritt Hall, Room 112, UNH, Durham, NH. Click here to preview or download flyer (PDF). 7:30pm, Wednesday, 29 April 2015.

Iconography Exhibition "Byzantium to Russia--The Roots of the Russian Icon."
Location: Museum of Russian Icons, 203 Union St., Clinton, MA. Brief talk by Curator Kent dur Russell for members of the Hellenic Arts Society of Worcester. Saturday, noon, 16 May 2015.

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