Anahide Ter Minassian

It saddens us to announce the death of French-Armenian historian Anahide Ter Minassian.
She was born in Paris in 1929 to a family from Mush and Sivas and passed away February 10th, 2019 in Fresnes near Paris at the age of 89.
She will be known to members of this list in particular for her work on Armenian revolutionary movements in the late Ottoman Empire, in which she vividly demonstrated the richness and diversity of Ottoman historical experience. More generally, she was a pioneer of Armenian Studies.

CFP: Expulsion, Exile and Destruction: Armenian and Jewish Perspectives, International Conference, 24–27 February 2019, Hanover, Germany

The European Centre for Jewish Music at Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media and the German-Armenian Society are pleased to announce their upcoming international multidisciplinary conference

ANNC: Media Portrayals of Refugees, Displaced, Forced Migration to/within Lebanon from the End of the Ottoman Empire to the Present

Editor's note: I am reposting this call for assistance from Eugene Sensenig via H-Empire. Please reply directly to Eugene Sensenig. Thank you! -Nancy Stockdale, editor of H-Levant 

RE: Media portrayals of refugees, displaced, forced migration to/within Lebanon from the end of the Ottoman Empire to the present


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