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Humanities in Class: Webinar Series

Armenian Genocide, Armenian Identity, and Life in the United States

Armenian Genocide; Crimes Against Humanity; Ethnic Identity; Humanitarianism

Bedross Der Matossian (Professor of History and Hymen Rosenberg Professor in Judaic Studies, Department of History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

April 23, 2024

Advisor: Jessica Friday, NHC Teacher Advisory Council

Primary Source This webinar will deal with the history of the Armenian Genocide and the way in which it shaped the Armenian identity in general and that of Armenian Americans in particular. It will provide educators ample tools to understand the impact of genocide on survivors, the US role in the humanitarian efforts, identity formation, and the struggle of Armenians for recognition of the Armenian Genocide in the US.

This webinar is being offered with the generous support of Primary Source.

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Subjects

History / Religion / Armenian Genocide / Crimes Against Humanity / Ethnic Identity / Humanitarianism /

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