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AGBU Germany Lecture Series: Rethinking Ottoman Armenia on 18 August 2023 in Berlin & Online
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We are delighted to invite you to an enriching lecture titled “Astride a Fiery Crimson Stallion: Rethinking the Ottoman Armenian Experience at the End of Empire, 1900-1914”, which will take place on August 18, 2023, at 7.00 p.m. This event is part of our ongoing efforts to foster intellectual discussions and deepen our understanding of Armenian history and culture.

Our esteemed speaker for the evening will be Armen Manuk-Khaloyan, a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of History at Georgetown University and a Spring 2024 Royden B. Davis Teaching Fellow. His research focuses on the social and political history of Ottoman Armenians during the turn of the twentieth century. His interests extend to the formation and relationship between empires and nation-states, the emergence of mass-oriented middle-class society, and the dynamics of transnational identity and globalization in the modern era. His most recent publication appeared in the Edinburgh Companion to First World War Periodicals.

The lecture will be held online but our Berlin-based members have the opportunity to join us at the Humboldt University where we will stream the lecture.

Following the lecture, we invite you to join us for the AGBU Round Table.

Please use the button “Registration” below to register so we can secure you a spot.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Headquartered in Berlin, AGBU Germany is the first German Chapter of the New York-based Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), the world’s largest non-profit organization devoted to upholding the Armenian heritage through educational, cultural, and humanitarian programs across the globe. AGBU has an active presence in 32 countries and 75 cities.

AGBU Germany was founded in 2020 in the awareness of its responsibility towards the Armenians in Germany, Armenia, Artsakh, and the Diaspora. Inspired by the unwavering determination of its mother organization AGBU founded in 1906, and in appreciation and recognition of its continuous achievements, the Chapter fits as a German link into the ranks of international AGBU Chapters as well as into the global Armenian nation.

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