University of Michigan Department of Classical Studies
Visit the home page of Classical Studies, replete with information about numerous offerings of this department. Links for students and faculty; information for undergraduates, graduates, and for the community.
Contexts for Classics
Contexts for Classics at the UM is an interdisciplinary faculty initiative that aims to rethink the disciplines of Classical Studies from various critical, historical, and pedagogical perspectives. Many events are held throughout the year.
Online tutor for learning Greek as a foreign language at beginning to beginning-intermediate levels.
Yale Electronic Pictionary, a flash card method of vocabulary acquisition with Greek-English and English-Greek pathways.
The Divine Music Project - Guidelines for Greek Pronunciation
A presentation of Greek phonetics, designed for chanters and singers, but useful to anyone who wishes to speak Greek in a way that approaches the native sound.
A website for advanced students of Greek who want to explore word uses and learn a new Greek word every day.
Two music-related websites for advanced students of Greek, who are looking to learn Greek songs. Both give the lyrics to thousands of Greek songs, which can be searched by title, first line, lyricist, songwriter, singer, and label. There are some English translations.
Journal of the Hellenic Disapora
Digitized, searchable, and open to all readers
Greek American Archives
- Preservation of American Hellenic History
- University of Minnesota Immigrant Archive (search the category "Greek American" to find papers archived)
- The Greek-American Folklore Society (GAFS)
Center for Neo-Hellenic Studies (SNHELL)
The first Greek website dedicated to Modern Greek Literature. A non-profit organization set up in late 1996 in order to promote Modern Greek Literature and Culture, both in Greece and abroad. It is the libraries and archives of K.Th. Dimaras, G.P. Savadis, and the archive of Leandros Vranoussis. It also hosts the library of Constantine Cavafy, as well as the Cavafy archive. All this material will be accessible to scholars as it is catalogued. In the meantime, the general public will be served via our ever-proliferating web pages.
Modern Greek Studies Association
This website provides links to Greek search engines, Greek news and publications, information about Greek and the Hellenic diaspora, institutions of higher learning in Greece, Modern Greek Studies at institutions of higher learning in the United States, and Greek fonts and language.
Modern Greek Studies Resource Portal
National Hellenic Museum
Located in the heart of Chicago's Greektown, the National Hellenic Museum is the leading institution for sharing the Greek story; a story that laid the foundation for Western civilization, contributed to the building of America, and continues to innovate today.
University of Michigan Papyrus Collection
A wide array of information about the Papyrology efforts at the UM, as well as information and links for educators and the community concerning current and historical perspectives on this study.
Useful information on U.S. Immigration