Cummings Foundation Grant Recipient

Prior Years — UCLA Working Group in Memory Studies

"'Victims' and 'Executioners' of the Stalin Era Repressions in the Multidirectional Memory of Post-Soviet Armenia ~ Wednesday November 9, 2022 ~ Hybrid Event

"'Victims' and 'Executioners' of the Stalin Era Repressions in the Multidirectional Memory of Post-Soviet Armenia ~ Wednesday November 9, 2022 ~ Hybrid Event

The presentation will focus on the problem of how the memory of trauma, survivors of genocide and repression interact. In some cases, they can develop in parallel, independently of each other. In others, the memory of repressions is formed according to the model of memory of the genocide, when the memory of repressions repeats some of the mechanisms developed in connection with the memory of the genocide, both at the individual and institutional levels (compare with the multidirectional memory according to M. Rothberg). And thirdly, the memory of repression can be contrasted with the memory of genocide.

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A HOUSE IN THE HOMELAND: Armenian Pilgrimages to Places of Ancestral Memory ~ Friday, April 22, 2022 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

A HOUSE IN THE HOMELAND: Armenian Pilgrimages to Places of Ancestral Memory ~ Friday, April 22, 2022 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

Between 2007 and 2015, Carel Bertram traveled with many self-described pilgrims on dozens of homecoming trips led by Armen Aroyan, and A House in the Homeland chronicles what she saw.

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