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.
Fridtjof Nansen and the Plight of Stateless Refugees
Nansen’s lasting legacy in the history of modern humanitarianism.
Aurora Mardiganian, a witness and survivor of the Armenian Genocide, has become a figure 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]
With Menk, Dr. Talar Chahinian illuminates a largely forgotten chapter in the annals of We ... [more]
In the fifth and last installment of our series about Zabel Yessayan, Judy Saryan revisits ... [more]
Armine Grigoryan, Director of the Aram Khachaturian House-Museum in Yerevan, pays tribute ... [more]
Dr. Lerna Ekmecioglu considers the history and lasting legacy of the Armenian women’ ... [more]
Composer and musicologist Artur Shahnazaryan examines the legacy of Komitas, whose music e ... [more]
In the second installment from our series on William E. Gladstone, Peter Francis examines ... [more]