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Event Videos — #NAASRevents

Armenians and Kurds in the Late Ottoman Empire

Armenians and Kurds in the Late Ottoman Empire

In this online presentation Dr. Ümit Kurt discussed the new publication Armenians and Kurds in the Late Ottoman Empire (Armenian Series of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Fresno, 2020), co-edited with Ara Sarafian. 

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The First Republic of Armenia and Its Importance Today

The First Republic of Armenia and Its Importance Today

The First Republic of Armenia and Its Importance Today
Dr. Richard G. Hovannisian
December 3, 2015 at the First Armenian Church of Belmont, Belmont, MA

Organizer
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)
Co-Sponsors
Armenian Assembly of America
Armenian National Committee, Eastern Massachusetts
First Armenian Church
Hamazkayin Armenian Cultural and Educational Society

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New Discoveries at Ani Cathedral

New Discoveries at Ani Cathedral

Hidden for centuries under whitewash, the paintings of the apse of Ani Cathedral, one of the most famous of Armenian churches, were barely known by scholars. Image software technology has now brought many more details of the composition to light, enough to identify the scene as a beautiful Vision of Ezekiel. It has also revealed an apse inscription on the south wall.

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The Historic Armenian Presence in Nagorno-Karabagh: Documentation and Falsification

The Historic Armenian Presence in Nagorno-Karabagh: Documentation and Falsification

Lecture given in memory of Dr. Moorad Mooradian, NAASR Board Member, 1991-2004 at the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), 395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478

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Adana Massacres of 1909: Legacy and Perspectives

Adana Massacres of 1909: Legacy and Perspectives

The Adana Massacres of April 1909 took the lives of more than 20,000 Armenians in the province of Adana and elsewhere in Armenian-inhabited areas of the Ottoman Empire. In addition to the appalling loss of life and property, the massacres were a bitter blow to the Armenians who had expressed such optimism at the Young Turk Revolution of 1908. Many see in these massacres an indication of what was to come in the genocide of 1915.

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