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Event Videos — NAASR Event Archive

Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh): The Ceasefire and What Happens Next

Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh): The Ceasefire and What Happens Next

Sunday, November 22, 2020, 1:00pm (Eastern) On Zoom and the NAASR YouTube channel Armenian Studies.FEATURINGMR. ROBERT AVETISYAN, Permanent Representative of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic to the United StatesDR. ANTRANIG KASBARIAN, Director of Development, Tufenkian FoundationDR. ANNA OHANYAN, Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Stonehill CollegeMODERATORMARC A. MAMIGONIAN, Director of Academic Affairs, NAASRCO-SPONSORSNational Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)/ Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecture Series on Contemporary Armenian IssuesSociety for Armenian Studies (SAS)

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NAGORNO-KARABAKH/ ARTSAKH IN THE MEDIA: Perspectives from Around the Globe

NAGORNO-KARABAKH/ ARTSAKH IN THE MEDIA: Perspectives from Around the Globe

Join scholars Maria Armoudian, Stephan Astourian, Ayda Erbal, Ohannes Geukjian, and Emil Sanamyan for a discussion moderated by Marc Mamigonian on the coverage of the war on Artsakh in the international media from Russia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, the Middle East, and the West.

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Armenian Ceramics: How the Art of a Genocide Survivor Changed the Face of Jerusalem

Armenian Ceramics: How the Art of a Genocide Survivor Changed the Face of Jerusalem

Sato Moughalian details the lineage of her grandfather David Ohannessian’s ceramic tradition and document the critical roles his deportation and his own agency played in its transfer—aspects of the story obscured in the art historical narrative. She speaks about the process of coming to terms with her family’s past, the ways in which that served as an impetus to excavate and reconstruct her grandfather’s history through archival research, and the importance of preserving the stories of peoples displaced through migration.

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