THE STORM OF LIFE: A MISSIONARY MARRIAGE FROM ARMENIA TO APPALACHIA
by Gretchen Rasch
London: Gomidas Institute, 2016, x + 285 pages, maps and photos, ISBN 978-1-909382-23-7, paperback, Price: UK£25.00 / US$35.00
WHAT HAPPENED ON 24 APRIL 1915? THE AYASH PRISONERS
Yusuf Sarinay claims that the Armenians who were arrested in the Ottoman capital on 24 April 1915 had posed a threat to the security of the Ottoman Empire and were taken into protective custody. He suggests that Turkish archives can account for the fate of these prisoners and argues that practically all of them survived until 1918, when they were released. He specifically argues that this was the case with the political prisoners sent to Ayash. Yet, an examination of his work shows that his account is contrived.
A Process of Reconciliation : Kurds, Armenians, and Turks Discuss the Legacy of the Armenian Genocide
20 September 2016 Report by Nora Vosbigian
(Photo: At the ruins of St. Sarkis church, Diyarbakir: Kurdish politicians and activists praying for the victims of the Armenian Genocide, 24 April 2015.)
Building Bridges: Kurdish Mayors Make Historic Visit to London
11 September 2016 Ara Sarafian
21 October 2015 A Prodding and Contentious Work on the Armenian Genocide.
Anoush Melkonian (London)
Karen Jeppe and Armenians: An Interview with Prof. Jonas Kauffeldt
01 February 2016 Nora Vosbigian (London)
Jonas Kauffeldt is Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Georgia and a relative newcomer to the Armenian world. His recent translation of Karen Jeppe’s Danish book, Misak: An Armenian Life (Gomidas Institute, 2015) is a masterful work and includes a fascinating 70 page introduction by Kauffeldt.
Nora Vosbigian (London)
The Gomidas Institute and the Turkish Human Rights Association remind the Turkish Grand National Assembly that the latter still owes an explanation for its 2005 allegations against the British Parliament and the Armenian Genocide thesis.
21 March 2013 Anush Melkonian (London)
London was the venue for a conference sponsored by the Federation of Turkish Associations UK. The event took place in an auditorium hired at the London School of Economics by the sponsors. The thrust of the meeting was the vilification of Armenians and the denial of the Armenian Genocide.
Making it Happen: Rehabilitating Armenians in Bitlis
17 July 2014 GI Press Release.
A Ground-Breaking Turkish Conference : The Social and Economic History of Mardin Region, 1838-1938
09 November 2012 Fulya Burke (Mardin)
A truly international and interdisciplinary cutting-edge programme, with the participation of leading Armenian, Assyrian, Turkish and Kurdish scholars.
Closer Cooperation between Armenians and Assyrians
11 December 2012