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SEISMIC HISTORIES IN NADIA OWUSU'S AFTERSHOCKS ~ Wednesday, September 15, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

SEISMIC HISTORIES IN NADIA OWUSU'S AFTERSHOCKS ~ Wednesday, September 15, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

Join Nadia Owusu and Laure Astourian for a conversation on the reverberations of history in Owusu's widely praised memoir Aftershocks (2021).

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BUILDING FOR ETERNITY: NAASR's Virtual Gala ~ Wednesday, June 16, 2021

BUILDING FOR ETERNITY: NAASR's Virtual Gala ~ Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Please join us for NAASR's
Building for Eternity
Virtual Gala
Wednesday, June 16, 7pm-EDT (4pm-PDT)

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ANTOIN SEVRUGUIN آنتوان سوروگین Անտուան Սևրուգին: Perspectives on the Armenian-Iranian Photographer - A Conversation ~ Tuesday, June 8, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

ANTOIN SEVRUGUIN  آنتوان سوروگین   Անտուան Սևրուգին: Perspectives on the Armenian-Iranian Photographer - A Conversation ~ Tuesday, June 8, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

Join the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Antoin Sevruguin: Past and Present exhibition curator and catalog editor, Tasha Vorderstrasse, in conversation with two of the authors of the catalog, Charissa Johnson and Polina Kasian. Each of them brought their own perspective to Sevruguin's photographs, which allow us to better understand his pictures and Sevruguin’s unique vision.

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BACK TO THE BALLOT BOX: The June Elections in Armenia and the Stakes for Statehood ~ Saturday, May 22, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

BACK TO THE BALLOT BOX: The June Elections in Armenia and the Stakes for Statehood ~ Saturday, May 22, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

Join us for a discussion with three distinguished experts who will analyze how we got here, what may lie ahead, and what it means for Armenian statehood.

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A CONVERSATION WITH HISTORIANS ÜMIT KURT AND DIRK MOSES ~ Tuesday, May 11, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

A CONVERSATION WITH HISTORIANS ÜMIT KURT AND DIRK MOSES ~ Tuesday, May 11, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

“If genocide, as a practice that includes murder and plunder, is orchestrated by a central authority but implemented at the local level,” Ümit Kurt asks, “what is the relationship between local and central authorities?” What are the incentives and motives that lead to mass participation?

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