Aurora Mardiganian: Survivor, Witness, Activist
Baronian offers a portrait of Aurora as a pioneer and activist, a young woman whose mission to bear witness continues to resonate today.
The Confiscation of Armenian Properties in the Founding of the Turkish Republic
Dr. Kurt examines how liquidation laws became a major component in the implementation of the Armenian Genocide.
Ravished Armenia, the 1919 Hollywood film based on survivor Aurora Mardiganian’s mem ... [more]
Aurora Mardiganian, a witness and survivor of the Armenian Genocide, has become a figure o ... [more]
Dr. Umit Kurt highlights an important aspect of the Armenian Genocide in his examination o ... [more]
Fridtjof Nansen is best known for the eponymous passport which allowed hundreds of thousan ... [more]
Armin T. Wegner’s letters and photographs from the Ottoman Empire during World War I ... [more]
Political analyst Vicken Cheterian considers the legacy of World War I and the tremendous ... [more]
With Menk, Dr. Talar Chahinian illuminates a largely forgotten chapter in the annals of We ... [more]
Psychologist Israel Charny asserts that denial - as a form of hate speech - is a continuat ... [more]
Dr. Richard Hovannisian considers the geopolitical environment and major historical events ... [more]