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

Bentley University Bentley University Dept of English and Media Studies Bentley University Dept of Modern Languages Laure Astourian NAASR Nadia Owusu Zoravik Armenian Activist Collective

Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at 12pm Noon EDT/ 5pm BST
Live on Zoom. Registration is required and free.
Livestream on NAASR's YouTube channel Armenian Studies.

Join Nadia Owusu and Laure Astourian for a conversation on the reverberations of history in Owusu's widely praised memoir Aftershocks (2021). They will discuss Owusu's choice to weave family histories -- the multi-generational effects of the colonization of Ghana and the Armenian Genocide -- into her personal narrative. Learn about Owusu's research process, the importance of historical reckoning, and the parallels between seemingly disparate histories.

AGBU New England District
Armenian Institute
Bentley University Department of English and Media Studies
Bentley University Department of Modern Languages
International Armenian Literary Alliance
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)

Click here for the flyer.  Flyer/poster design by Nooneh Khoodaverdyan

Purchase Aftershocks from the NAASR Bookstore.

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