“Reclaiming Lost Pasts - The Assyrian Community in Modern Times” Lecture Series
|When||November 24, 2020 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM |
|Where||Chicago, IL |
|Contact Information||Center for Middle Eastern Studies |
|Description||This lecture is the first installment of the “Reclaiming Lost Pasts - The Assyrian Community in Modern Times” lecture series. |
November 24, 2020: Alda Benjamen, “Reclaiming Lost Pasts - The Assyrian Community in Modern Times”
January 26, 2021: Charles Haberl, "The Fərmān of 1915: A Personal Account from Bequsyone (Turk. Alagöz)"
February 23, 2021: Laura Robson, "The Assyrian Experience and the Making of Minorities in the Post-Ottoman Middle East"
March 30, 2021: Orit Bashkin, "The poetry of Sargon Bulus"
April 27, 2021: Joseph Hermiz, "The United States v. Shmuil David (1924): Racializing Assyrians in post-World War I America"
The series is made possible through a generous donation from The Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation (AUAF), Dr. John Michael, Dr. Ronald Michael, Dr. Edison Ishaya, Dr . Mark Mkrdichian, Mr. Robert Dekelaita, and Dr. Ebby Paul Jiddo.
|Categories||Conferences/Lectures, Lectures |
|Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate in this event should contact the event sponsor for assistance. |
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