Gail Holst-Warhaft


“Joshua Barley (translator) Greek Folk Songs.” Journal of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (forthcoming).

“Lament and Elegy in Modern Greek Literature,” In Journal of World Literature, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 104–122. (Read Online)

“Greek Death Rituals and Laments,” In Oxford Handbook of Slavic and East European Folklore (forthcoming 2022).

Obituary, Mikis Theodorakis. London The Guardian. (Read Online)

“Transgressing Musical Borders: Re(m)betika as Liminal Music.” In Borders and Borderers: Explorations in Identity, Exile and Translation (Durrell Studies 1), ed. Richard Pine and Vera Kondinari. Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Three Poems published in Mediterranean Poetry. (Read Online)

One poem published in Anthology: Poems for the Year 2020, ed. Merryn Williams, Shoestring Press, UK.

“Is Zorba more Greek than Greek Music? How Greek Music is Perceived beyond Greece’s Borders.” In Made in Greece: Studies in Popular Music, Tragaki, D. (Ed.), Routledge, 2019, pp 219-227.

Enriquez, J., Tipping, D., Lee, J., Vijay, A., Kenny, L., Chen, S., Mainas, N., Holst-Warhaft, G. and Steenhuis, T. S. (2017) ‘Sustainable Water Management in the Tourism Economy: Linking the Mediterranean’s Traditional Rainwater Cisterns to Modern Needs’ in Water, 9(11), 868. Full article link.

“Amanes: The Legacy of the Oriental Mother.” In Greek Music in America, Bucuvalas, T. (Ed.), University Press of Mississippi, 2019, pp 87-104. Learn more.

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