Historian Dr. Taner Akçam will speak on “The First Decision of the Armenian Genocide and the Role of the Kurds in Ottoman Documents” at 7 p.m. Friday, March 3, in the University Business Center, Alice Peters Auditorium.
Dr. Vartan Matiossian, Executive Director of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Church, will speak on “What’s in a Name: Language, the Politics of the Armenian Genocide, and Medz Yeghern” at 7:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28 on Zoom. The presentation is part of the Spring 2022 Lecture Series of the Armenian Studies Program and is […]
Dr. Suren Manukyan will give a publice lectur on “Architects of the Armenian Genocide: The Top-Level Perpetrators” at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17 on Zoom. The presentation is part of the Fall 2021 Lecture Series of the Armenian Studies Program.
Dr. Manukyan is the author of some thirty articles in the field of genocide and oriental studies. In his research interests, Dr. Manukyan explores the history of genocide, which explains the origins of social behaviors that lead up to mass murder, including prejudices, stereotypes, racism, religious and ethnic hatred, and discrimination.
The Armenian Genocide Commemorative Committee of Fresno has prepared a video, “2021 Armenian Genocide Commemorative Virtual Event,” in place of the annual commemorative event at the Armenian Genocide Monument at Fresno State.
“What Will Become of Us” follows six Armenian Americans – famous and otherwise – as they navigate the Armenian Genocide’s 100th anniversary, forging identities for the next 100 years. How can Armenian Americans honor their past while unshackling themselves from its trauma?
Dr. Ohannes Kılıçdağı, the 2020-21 Henry Khanzadian Kazan visiting professor, will give his first public talk at Fresno State “‘Living together requires dying together’: Conscription of Armenians into the Ottoman Army after the 1908 Revolution” at 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 18 on Zoom. The event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Christina Maranci, Tufts University Department of Art History and Architecture chair and Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel associate professor, will give a virtual presentation on “Ani Cathedral, its Sculpture, and its Inscriptions Revisited” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3 on Zoom.
The Feb. 22 concert will feature music by pianist Michael Krikorian, violinist Armen Derkevorkian, and cellist Garik Terzian. Lauren Movsesian, Colette Compton, and Clarise Compton will perform vocal selections, accompanied by Derrick Lowe.