Armenians and Kurds in the Late Ottoman Empire

Ara Sarafian (Editor) Umit Kurt (Editor)
(ISBN: 978-0912201627)
2020 Fresno
158 pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Language(s): English

Five probing papers that were first presented at a conference entitled, "Armenians, Greeks, and Kurds: A People's History of the Ottoman Empire" organized by Prof. Barlow Der Mugrdechian of the Armenian Studies Program of California State University, Fresno, and Dr. Umit Kurt, on Septermber 22-23, 2017.

"Uplands, Lowlands, and Mass Violence in Ottoman Cilicia" by Owen Miller
"The Breakdown of a Previously Peaceful Coexistence: The Aintab Armenian Massacres of 1895" by Umit Kurt
"In the Wake of the Aghtamar Catholicosate's Demise: The Report on the 1895 Van Massacre by the Last Aghtamar Catholicos Khachadour II" by Emre Can Daghlioghlu
"Can One Save the Voices of the Ordinary Kurds fom the Enourmous Condescension of Posterity? An Agenda for Social History in Kurdish Historical Writings" by Nilay Ozok-Gudogan
"Idiologies, Pradoxes, and Fedayis in the Late Ottoman Empire" Historiographical Challenges, and Methodological Problems in the Study of the Armenian Revolutionary Movement (1890-1896)" by Varak Ketsemanian.

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