In this illustrated presentation, Dr. Davidian follows Teotig’s quest for news and information of his old teacher to its culmination in an article entitled ‘Monsieur Pierre’ («Միւսիւ Բիեռ»), assembled only a few months before his death, and published posthumously in the 1929, and final, edition of his popular Everyone’s Almanac (Ամէնուն տարեցոյցը, 1907-1929).
The Armenians of Aintab draws on primary sources from Armenian, Ottoman, Turkish, British, and French archives, as well as memoirs, personal papers, oral accounts, and newly discovered property liquidation records. Together they provide an invaluable account of genocide at ground level.
Join a discussion of Conflict, Displacement and COVID-19 on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on regions affected by war, conflict, and displacement in the Middle East, Africa, and the South Caucasus. The speakers will explore the issue from a historical, human rights, and public health perspective.
Join us for a conversation with the bestselling authors of Stories from Suffragette City, featuring Fiona Davis, Dolen Perkins-Valdez, Chris Bohjalian, Jamie Ford, and M.J. Rose. Bohjalian's story deals with an Armenian woman who was a survivor of the 1909 Adana massacres and participated in the great Suffragette March in New York City in 1915.