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Artsakh: Loss, Trauma, and Restoration - Conference

Artsakh: Loss, Trauma, and Restoration - Conference

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Geoffrey Robertson KC

SESSIONS
Session I: Forced Displacement, Trauma, and Public Health
Session II: Words and Discourse
Session III: Cultural Heritage
Session IV: International Law and Restoration

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Jackie in the Near East

Jackie in the Near East

The world premiere of the recently discovered lost film, “Jackie in the Near East,” a 1924 short film produced by the Near East Relief (NER) and featuring child-star Jackie Coogan, who helped raise millions of dollars in America for orphans of the Armenian Genocide.

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Early Modernity & Mobility: Port Cities and Printers Across the Armenian Diaspora, 1512-1800

Early Modernity & Mobility: Port Cities and Printers Across the Armenian Diaspora, 1512-1800

Early Modernity & Mobility explores the disparate yet connected histories of Armenian printing establishments in early modern Europe and Asia. From 1512, when the first Armenian printed codex appeared in Venice, to the end of the early modern period in 1800, Armenian presses operated in nineteen locations across the Armenian diaspora.

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Armenian Rebirth: The Last Plight

Armenian Rebirth: The Last Plight

An evening with Garo Paylan, a leading opposition voice and a human rights defender in Turkey, as he addresses the recent blockade of the Lachin Corridor, the military attack by Azerbaijan, and resulting ethnic cleansing of the entirety of Artsakh/Nagorno-Karabakh, ongoing acts of genocide, and potential steps moving forward.

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A Comparative Study of the Armenian and Assyrian Genocides in the Ottoman Empire During the First World War

A Comparative Study of the Armenian and Assyrian Genocides in the Ottoman Empire During the First World War

In this presentation Anahit Khosroeva examines the main similarities and differences between the genocidal atrocities committed against the Armenians and Assyrians under late Ottoman rule. Based on various multilingual archival documents, diplomatic accounts, and eyewitnesses testimonies it can be seen that the crime committed against not only Armenians but also the Assyrians was intended to destroy these people as national, ethnic, racial or religious groups, in whole or in part.

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