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The Avedis Derounian Archive at NAASR: A Vital Resource on US-Based Extremism

The Avedis Derounian Archive at NAASR: A Vital Resource on US-Based Extremism

Panel discussion with filmmaker and writer Guido Jimenez-Cruz, and professors and authors Charles Gallagher and Christopher Vials about Avedis Derounian, aka John Roy Carlson, and his undercover work with US Nazis, moderated by author Michael Bobelian

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Aftermath: the Armenian Earthquake of 1988, A Photo Collection by Asadour Guzelian

Aftermath: the Armenian Earthquake of 1988, A Photo Collection by Asadour Guzelian

This webinar includes an introduction to the Armenian Image Archive (AIA) by Carla Garapedian, Ph.D., a survey by Joseph Malikian, Ph.D., of early Armenian photography which will be a focus of research in the AIA, and a presentation of Asadour Guzelian’s photographs, taken on his two trips to Armenia in 1988 and 1989.

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The Ancient Archaeological Landscape of Lernakert in the Shirak Region

The Ancient Archaeological Landscape of Lernakert in the Shirak Region

The investigation of fortress-settlements, necropoli, and their infrastructure is of key importance for the study of the archaeological landscape of the Bronze and Iron Age Armenia.

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The Politics of Naming the Armenian Genocide: Language, History and ‘Medz Yeghern’

The Politics of Naming the Armenian Genocide: Language, History and ‘Medz Yeghern’

Join featured discussants for a roundtable discussion of Vartan Matiossian's book The Politics of Naming the Armenian Genocide: Language, History and ‘Medz Yeghern’.

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Everyday Cosmopolitanisms: Living the Silk Road in Medieval Armenia

Everyday Cosmopolitanisms: Living the Silk Road in Medieval Armenia

Discussion of Dr. Kate Franklin’s groundbreaking study Everyday Cosmopolitanisms: Living the Silk Road in Medieval Armenia with Dr. Franklin and Dr. Nik Matheou.

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