Workshops

From the Armenian Genocide to the Holocaust: Foundations of Modern Human Rights

April 2-4, 2015

Teaching about Genocide: Approaches and Challenges

March 14, 2015

Armenian History as World History – Approaches to Teaching and Methods

January 21, 2015

Armenian Cultural Life in Istanbul

February 2013

Medieval and Early Modern Islamic World

May 2010

After Kosovo: Whither Karabakh?

January 2009


Annual International Graduate Student Workshop

Since 2008, the Armenian Studies Program has hosted an annual international graduate student workshop. Each workshop has a theme, and young scholars (graduate students and recent dissertation defenders) from any discipline are invited to submit papers. Workshops are sponsored by ASP and organized by U-M graduate students along with their faculty advisors.

Translating Armenians, Armenians Translated

Seventh Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2016

Challenging Entrench Categories: Re-Exploring Approaches to Armenian Genocide

Sixth Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2015

Armenia and Diaspora 1918-2013

Fifth Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2014

Shared History, Shared Geography: The Ottoman East

Fourth Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2013

Armenian Subjects in the Medieval and Early Modern Islamic World

Third Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, May 2011

Armenian Literature

Second Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2009

The “Nation” in Armenian History

First Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2008