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Listen to the Sounds of Plurality and Solidarity

One of our student participants, Alyssa Mathias, captured the mood of the centennial commemorations through a series of audio recordings and text, which was published in UCLA’s Ethnomusicology Review. She writes, “…what seems to unite these diverse sounds of remembrance and protest is a sense of immediacy. Amid us visitors were people speaking to their own … Read More »

Project2015 in Photos: Part 1

Project2015 in Photos: Part 1 This year, the commemoration events for the centennial of the Armenian Genocide were as massive as ever, taking place in many corners of the world. A group of Armenian scholars, academics and activists decided to commemorate April 24th in Istanbul – where the massive killings began, and where they are … Read More »