Society for Armenian Studies Podcast

Society for Armenian Studies Podcast

On the Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) Podcast Series, we interview authors of recent books in Armenian Studies and related fields in order to disseminate knowledge about the latest research in the field.

Episodes

June 13, 2022 63 min

Prof. Bedross 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]

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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]

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November 2, 2021 16 min
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September 27, 2021 32 min

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]

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August 12, 2021 36 min

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]

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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]

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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]

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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)

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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]

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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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Dr. Khatchig Mouradian (Library of Congress), The Resistance Network: The Armenian Genocide and Humanitarianism in Ottoman Syria, 1915–1918 (Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2021)

Interviewed by Dr. Asya Darbinyan (Clark University)

[April 8, 2021]

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March 3, 2021 72 min

Dr. Haig Utidjian (Charles University, Prague), Tntesean and the Music of the Armenian Hymnal (Červený Kostelec: Pavel Mervart, 2017)

Interviewed by Dr. Brigitta Davidjants (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre)

(March 3, 2021)

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Prof. Khachig Tölölyan (Wesleyan University), Reflections on Armenian/Diaspora Studies VI

Interviewed by Dr. Vahe Sahakyan (University of Michigan, Dearborn)

[February 9, 2021]

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Richard AntaramianBrokers of Faith, Brokers of Empire: Armenians and the Politics of Reform in the Ottoman Empire (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2020)

Interviewed by Dr. Dzovinar Derderian (American University of Armenia)

[January 19, 2021]

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November 5, 2020 47 min

Joanne Laycock and Francesca Piana (eds.) Aid to Armenia: Humanitarianism and Intervention from the 1890s to the Present (Humanitarianism: Key Debates and New Approaches) (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020)

Interviewed by Dr. Asya Darbinyan (Clark University)

[November 5, 2020]

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Dr. Stephen Badalyan RieggRussia's Entangled Embrace: The Tsarist Empire and the Armenians, 1801-1914 (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2020)

Interviewed by Dr. Asya Darbinyan (Clark University)

[September 16, 2020]

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September 1, 2020 47 min

Profs. Stephan H Astourian and Raymond H Kévorkian (eds.), Collective and State Violence in Turkey: The Construction of a National Identity from Empire to Nation-State (New York: Berghahn, 2020)

Interviewed by Asya Darbinyan (Clark University)

[September 1, 2020]

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Prof. Charlie Laderman (Kings College, London), Sharing the Burden: The Armenian Question, Humanitarian Intervention, and Anglo-American Visions of Global Order (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)

Interviewed by Anna Aleksanyan (Ph.D. Student, Clark University)

[August 7, 2020]

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July 17, 2020 39 min

Dr. Levon AvdoyanReflections on Armenian Studies V.

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

The aim of the Reflections on Armenian Studies series is twofold: to interview senior figures about their experience in and contribution to the field, and create a digital archive for future generations in the field. 

[July 17, 2020]

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Prof. Jirair Libaridian (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Retired), Reflections on Armenian Studies IV

Interviewed by Dr. Dzovinar Derderian (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

The aim of the Reflections on Armenian Studies series is twofold: to interview senior figures about their experience in and contribution to the field, and create a digital archive for future generations in the field.

[July 8, 2020]

 

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