Cummings Foundation Grant Recipient

UNCOMMON GENEALOGIES: Violence, Belonging and Memory in the Eastern Frontier ~ Friday, September 10, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom

Friday, September 10, 2021, at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT
Live on Zoom. Registration is required and free.

DR. SERAP RUKEN SENGUL: Distinguished Research Fellow, Promise Institute for Human Rights and the Center for Near Eastern Studies, at UCLA. 

This talk by Dr. Sengul engages a gender analysis of histories and memories of coexistence, conflict and violence in the Eastern borderlands of the Late Ottoman and Turkish Republican states. Tracing rituals of difference and relatedness that inscribed male bodies across periods of intercommunal cohabitation, state-centralization, the Armenian genocide and the Kurdish conflict, Dr. Sengul asks how an analytical focus on (male) gender and methodological orientation in genealogy may help render connective formations and experiences of political violence in these borderlands beyond the limits of historicism and/or methodological nationalism.

UCLA Promise Armenian Institute

Promise Institute for Human Rights at UCLA Law
UCLA Richard Hovannisian Endowed Chair in Modern Armenian History
UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies
The 1939 Chair in Holocaust Studies at UCLA
UCLA Working Group in Memory Studies
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)

Click here for the flyer.   Click here to view the video on YouTube.

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