Four new publications are presented to public by AGMI; “The Armenian Genocide in Contemporary American Encyclopedias” by Arman Kirakossian, “Armenian Genocide in Literature; Responses of the Second Generation” by Rubina Pirumian, “The Number of Armenian Population in Western Armenia 1878-1914” by Robert Tatoyan, as well as the catalogue of temporary exhibition “The Armenian Genocide and the Scandinavian Response”.
“The Armenian Genocide in Contemporary American Encyclopedias”
An English publication where the author Dr. Arman Kirakossian studied and analyzed nearly forty specialized and thematic encyclopedias (Encyclopedia of War Crimes and Genocide, Encyclopedia of Genocide, etc.), dictionaries (Dictionary of Genocide, etc.), handbooks (The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, etc.) and other directories published in the USA during the last fifteen years. The work presents all the materials found in the mentioned encyclopedias which are related to the Armenian Genocide. The authors of those articles are leading specialists and genocide scholars from US and others countries.
“Armenian Genocide in Literature; Responses of the Second Generation” by Doctor of Philological Sciences Rubina Pirumian.
It is an English book where the author analyses the process of rendering the memories of the second generation survivors, the impact of the pain caused by “unimaginable atrocities, massacre, deportation, plunder, famine, thirst, loss of a loved ones” conveyed through memories and its reflection on their literary works.
“The Number of Armenian Population in Western Armenia 1878-1914” by Candidate of Historical Sciences researcher of AGMI Robert Tatoyan.
A monograph dedicated to the issue of Armenian population in the Ottoman Empire and particularly in Western Armenia. Statistical data of the Ottoman government and Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople about the Armenian population number in Western Armenia during 1878-1914 are presented and analyzed in this work.
“Armenian Genocide and the Scandinavian Response” catalogue of temporary exhibition with 22 titles, based on rich photographic material, presenting the aid of Scandinavian missionary and humanitarian organizations, and pro-Armenian works of individuals. The catalogue is presented in Armenian and English. The work includes the Hamidian massacres 1894-1896, Cecilia massacres 1909, as well as Armenian Genocide and the following years.