An all-star panel of librarians and specialists on Armenian collections - including those at the US Library of Congress, the Nubarian Library in Paris, the NAASR Mardigian Library in Belmont, Massachusetts, and the Armenian Institute in London - discuss the issues Armenian libraries and museums face now and into the future.
Providing an overview of the structure, administration, life, and resistance in concentration camps based on Armenian accounts, Ottoman archives, and western diplomatic records, Mouradian argues that this glaring manifestation of total war, one directed towards the empire’s very own Armenian subjects, constitutes an important moment of transition in the use internment as a weapon of annihilation.
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.
Join us for a conversation with the bestselling authors ofStories from Suffragette City, featuring Fiona Davis, Dolen Perkins-Valdez, Chris Bohjalian, Jamie Ford, and M.J. Rose. Bohjalian's story deals with an Armenian woman who was a survivor of the 1909 Adana massacres and participated in the great Suffragette March in New York City in 1915.