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Event Videos — #NAASR

Conversation with NAASR's Director of Academic Affairs Marc A. Mamigonian

Conversation with NAASR's Director of Academic Affairs Marc A. Mamigonian

Celebrating Director of Academic Affairs Marc A. Mamigonian's 25 years at NAASR, Mamigonian engages in a dynamic conversation with Khatchig Mouradian on a quarter century of developments at NAASR and in Armenian Studies generally, and a multitude of other topics, followed by an open discussion with the audience.

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Remembrances: The Assassination of Talaat Pasha

Remembrances: The Assassination of Talaat Pasha

Dr. Carla Garapedian, who wrote the preface to this new edition of Remembrances, provides a general introduction and Bedo Demirdjian, translator of the memoir, talks about the challenges of working with this manuscript.

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The Ruins of Ani: A Photographic Journey from 1881 to the Present

The Ruins of Ani: A Photographic Journey from 1881 to the Present

In this webinar, the Promise Armenian Institute marks the launch of a new digital exhibit at the Armenian Image Archive, which explores Kurkdjian’s stereoscopic images of Ani in 1881, taken over a period of five months after he was a photographer for the Russian Army. Dr. Joseph Malikian, curator of this new exhibit, will tell the story of Kurkdjian’s photographic expedition to Ani, and the opposition he encountered from the Russian authorities.

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The Sultan of New York and the Invention of Armenian-American Identity (1834-1895)

The Sultan of New York and the Invention of Armenian-American Identity (1834-1895)

This talk by Nora Lessersohn introduces the life and work of Christopher Oscanyan (1818-1895), one of the first known Armenian-Americans, and his efforts to connect the U.S. with the Ottoman Empire—especially its Armenian Christian population.

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Armenians, Kurds, and the Early Turkish Republic

Armenians, Kurds, and the Early Turkish Republic

In person panel discussion on "Armenians, Kurds, and the Early Turkish Republic," in person at Columbia University

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