February 18 and 25, 2023, 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern
On Zoom. Registration for each date is required and free.
Register for February 18, 2023.
Register for February 25, 2023.
DAY 1 ~ FEBRUARY 18, 2023 PROGRAM
PANEL I: OTTOMAN HISTORY
PANEL CHAIR: Jennifer Manoukian
HAZEL OZDEMIR: "Bureacratic Violence and Border-building in the Ottoman Empire"
SARINE AGOPIAN: "Urban Modernization of Late Ottoman Kadiköy Istanbul, through Memoirs of Hovhannes Kalfa Stepanian"
YAĞMUR KARACA: “The Diuzian Family and Transformation of the Amiras in the Nineteenth-Century”
PANEL II: ALEXANDER ROMANCE
PANEL CHAIR: Nora Bairamian
ROB KUNTER: "Alexander Romance: Some Remarks on the Origin of the Armenian Version"
DAY 2 ~ FEBURARY 25, 2023 PROGRAM
PANEL I: EARLY SOVIET HISTORY
PANEL CHAIR: Lori Pirinjian
OĞUL TUNA: “Nationalism and Socialism Between Revolutions: Nariman Narimanov and Armenians”
ARPINE HAROYAN: "Soviet-Armenian Women's Magazine "Hayastani Ashkhatavoruhi" (Female Worker of Armenia) and Gender Construction in the Early 1920s"
PANEL II: LANGUAGE
PANEL CHAIR: Alexia Hatun
ANNIKA TOPELIAN: "Knowledge of morphological case and null-overt subjects in heritage Western Armenian"
EMMA SANTELMANN: "Examining the Maintenance of Dialect Features in Regional Urban Armenian Speech via Sociolinguistic Analysis of Vowels in Gavar, Armenia
This Colloquium is an annual international conference for graduate students in the Humanities/Social Sciences to present research pertaining to all aspects of Armenian studies, including but not limited to language, literature, history, gender studies, sociology, anthropology, economics, and art history.
Program details to follow.
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research
UCLA Narekatsi Chair in Armenian Studies
UCLA Promise Armenian Institute
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