Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Stonehill College Dr. Anna Ohanyan moderates a panel discussion on the flare-up on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border with panelists Antranig Kasbarian, Arsen Kharatyan, and Maria Tititzian. This webinar sponsored by the NAASR / Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Series on Contemporary Armenian Issues.
Join us for this presentation and discussion of I Ask You, Ladies and Gentlemen. Considering its place among the many memoirs that have been published since its first printing, our presenters will discuss why they felt it important to bring the book out in a new edition and what it has to offer today.
When it comes to historical violence and contemporary inequality, none of us are completely innocent. Join us to examine the legacy of racial violence and inequality from post-emancipation to the present and the responsibility of non-perpetrators of historical and contemporary violence in sustaining systemic injustice, domination, and racism.
In this online presentation Dr. Ümit Kurt will discuss 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.
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.