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CHS Newsletter

The Centre publishes an annual Newsletter which is distributed in both digital and printed form to all who sign up for our mailing list. 

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CHS Newsletter 2018-19
CHS Newsletter 2017-18
CHS Newsletter 2016-17
CHS Newsletter 2015-16
CHS Newsletter 2014-15
CHS Newsletter 2013-14
CHS Newsletter 2012-13

Publications of the Centre for Hellenic Studies, published by Routledge

Series editor: Michael Trapp, King's College London, UK

Initiated in 1993 as an extension of the activities of the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King's College London, this series covers all aspects of Greek culture and civilization. The volumes published to date present a broad range of topics from ancient to modern, including the papers of several international symposia held at KCL. Titles deal with the history and image of Alexandria, the image of Socrates across the centuries, the early years of El Greco, the making of Modern Greece, Greek-Turkish relations in modern times, the history of Greek photography, the reign of the 12th-century Byzantine emperor John II Komnenos, the politics behind Lord Byron’s intervention in the Greek Revolution in the 1820s, Cyprus in the second half of the 20th century, and ancient and medieval Greek medical texts.

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Occasional Series

Certain volumes published in the Routledge series can be ordered at discounted prices from the Centre while stocks last. Please click here to access the King's e-store.

In addition to the series of titles published by Routledge, the Centre also publishes its own series of occasional titles, which can be purchased via the King's e-store

Occasional Publications
Image for Kindness of Strangers CHS publication 

The Kindness of Strangers. Charity in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean

Proceedings of the 2006 Byzantine Colloquium.
Edited by Dionysios Stathakopoulos.

Image for Law Custom and Justice CHS publication 

Law, Custom, and Justice in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

Proceedings of the 2008 Byzantine Colloquium.
Edited by Alice Rio.


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