Dr. David Low's talk "Pictures Between Worlds: Harput and New England in Dialogue," will explore long distance photographic dialogues and consider how pictures worked to solidify relationships and sustain communities during a period of great change.
Join us for our next Literary Lights in-person event in New York City, featuring Aram Mrjoian, editor of We Are All Armenian, who will be joined by the anthology’s contributors, Chris Bohjalian, Nancy Kricorian, Scout Tufankjian, and Hrag Vartanian.
Join us on Saturday, April 1, 2023, for a conversation between Dr. Abraham Terian and Dr. S. Peter Cowe "For a Better Understanding of St. Gregory of Narek's Prayers," an in-person and live-streamed event.
A Book, Untitled unfolds an imagined encounter between two early twentieth-century feminist writers, Zabel Yesayan and Shushanik Kurghinian, juxtaposed with a conversation between the author and a friend. Learn more about the book here: bit.ly/3X4e8ZC
This talk will expand the category of anti-Armenian violence in the Hamidian era to contain the denaturalization of targeted populations and methods devised to control their movements, such as photo registers. It will focus on the Armenian mobility between the Ottoman Empire and the United States between 1896-1908.