The Armenians of Musa Dagh: From Obscurity to Genocide Resistance and Fame 1840-1915 is a comprehensive history of the people of Musa Dagh, who rose to prominence with their resistance the Genocide in 1915. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian has presented a thorough analysis of the social, cultural, religious, educational, political, and economic history of the six villages which constitute Musa Dagh.
Henry Theriault and Khatchig Mouradian discuss Mouradian's new book: The Resistance Network. Theriault is the President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars. Mouradian is a Lecturer at Columbia University and Armenian and Georgian Specialist at the Library of Congress.
A virtual film screening and discussion of "The Dildilians: A Story of Photography and Survival," a documentary capturing the way of life in Anatolia, Turkey prior to the Armenian Genocide of 1915. The story is told through the voices of family descendants of the Dildilians, a family of remarkable photographers, and supplemented with historical photographs and documents from the family archive.