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The University of Minnesota announced two events featuring Armenian speakers in April ahead of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.
Monday, April 1 2019 -- Ohanessian Lecture
Armen T. Marsoobian, Professor of Philosophy Southern Connecticut State University “Presencing an Absence: Accountability and Memory in the Aftermath of Armenian Genocide” Time and Location TBD.
Monday, April 15 -- Lunch and Learn event
Artyom Tonoyan, CHGS Affiliate Researcher "The Nagorno-Karabak Contested Area and Conflict." 12:00pm, 710 Social Sciences Building,University of Minnesota
Website for World Without Genocide at Mitchel-Hamline School of Law.
World Without Genocide works to protect innocent people around the world; prevent genocide by combating racism and prejudice; advocate for the prosecution of perpetrators; and remember those whose lives and cultures have been destroyed by violence.
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (CHGS) promotes academic research, education and public awareness on the Holocaust, other genocides and current forms of mass violence.
We provide premier academic programs, fostering a community of students studying genocide and mass violence while cultivating the essential connection between scholarly inquiry, education, and outreach to different sectors of society. Our work is motivated by the hope to inspire future generations to fight hatred and strengthen democracy, thus ensuring a more peaceful and just world.
Houshamadyan is the name of a non-profitmaking association that was founded in Berlin, Germany, in 2010. It has a basic mission: to reconstruct and preserve the memory of Armenian life in the Ottoman Empire through research.
The Gomidas Institute (GI; Armenian: ԿԻ) is a London-based non-profit independent academic institution dedicated to modern Armenian and regional studies. Its activities include research, publications and educational programmes. It publishes documents, monographs, memoirs and other works on modern Armenian history and organizes lectures and conferences. The institute was founded in 1992 in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. British-Armenian historian Ara Sarafian serves as its director. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.