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ProfBedross Der Matossian (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), The Horrors of Adana: Revolution and Violence in the Early Twentieth Century (Stanford University Press, 2022)

Interviewed by Michael Bobelian (Author and Journalist)

[Released June 10, 2022]

SAS Podcast no. 58 – Satenig Batwagan Toufanian

Prof. Satenig Batwagan Toufanian (Professeur de philosophie chez Ministère chargé de l'Éducation nationale), Rendez-vous à Madras (Ed. Thaddée, 2020) and Dileep Karanth (Illinois Wesleyan University, translator of the novel into English)

Interviewed by Lucine Batwagan  

[Released March 23, 2022]

Vera Sahakyan, PhD Student and Researcher at Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts-Madenataran, Մշոյ Բուլանըք գաւառի հայաբնակ գիւղերն ըստ Մկրտիչ Ա. Խրիմեան կաթողիկոսին ուղղուած նամակների [The Armenian Populated Villages of the District of Bulanık in Mush according to the Letters sent to Catholicos Mgrditch A. Khrimian]. Yerevan: Matenadaran, 2021.

Interviewed by Arpik Sahakyan

[Released November 2, 2021]

Alakananda Nag (Photographer, Filmmaker, Creative Director), Armenians of Calcutta (Calcutta: Alakananda Nag, 2021)

Interviewed by Nareg Seferian (School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech).

[Released September 26, 2021]

Dr.  Ümit KurtThe Armenians of Aintab: The Economics of Genocide in an Ottoman Province (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2021).

Interviewed by Varak Ketsemanian (Ph.D. Student, Princeton University).

[Released August 11, 2021]

Prof. Joachim J. SavelsbergKnowing about Genocide: Armenian Suffering and Epistemic Struggles (Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2021)

Interviewed by Dr. Asya Darbinyan (Clark University)

[July 1, 2021]

Dr. Christopher Sheklian (Radboud University), Themes in Armenian StudiesArmenian Liturgy and the Politics of Belonging in Turkey

Interviewed by Nora Lessersohn (University College London)

[Released June 5, 2021]

Narek Manukyan (Paradigma Education Foundation), Guidebook on History Teaching: Why, How? [In Armenian] (Yerevan: Paradigma Educational Foundation)

Interviewed by Varak Ketsemanian (Ph.D. Student, Princeton University)

Dr. David ZakarianWomen, Too, Were Blessed: The Portrayal of Women in Early Christian Armenian Texts, Armenian Texts and Studies, Volume: 4, Brill 2021

Interviewed by Erin Piñon (Ph.D. Student, Princeton University)

[Released May 11, 2021]

Prof. Vahram Shemmassian (California State University, Northridge), The Armenians of Musa Dagh: From Obscurity to Genocide Resistance and Fame 1840-1915 (Fresno, CA: The Press, California State University, Fresno, 2020)

Interviewed by Prof. Bedross Der Matossian (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)

[April 21, 2021]

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