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Prof. Dadrian to Lecture at Columbia University

PRESS RELEASE

Prof. Dadrian to Lecture at Columbia University on Comparative
Perspective of Genocides

The Armenian Center at Columbia University
P.O.Box 4042
Grand Central Station
NY, NY, 10163-4042
Contact: Bedross Der Matossian
E-mail: bvd2001@columbia.edu

The Middle East Institute of Columbia University & The Armenian
Center at Columbia University

Present

On the 90th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide


~SThe Two Major Genocides of the Twentieth Century: A Comparative 
Perspective of the Armenian and the Jewish Cases~T

                              By

                      Vahakn N. Dadrian
         (Director of Genocide Research, Zoryan Institute)



 		      Chair: Mark Mazower
            (Columbia University, History Department)


                Wednesday 13th of April 7:30pm
                      501 Schermerhorn Hall




VAHAKN, N. DADRIAN is the leading scholar on the subject of the
Armenian Genocide. He is the author of the distinguished work The
History of the Armenian Genocide, referred to by Steven Katz as ~Sa
monumental parallel to Raul Hilberg~Rs master work~T. In his over
thirty years of research he has published numerous studies and
several volumes on genocide in English, German, Armenian, Turkish
and French. From 1970-to 1991 he was a Professor of Sociology at
the State University of New York . He was then appointed the
Director of Genocide Studies Project supported by H.F.Guggenheim
Foundation. Currently Dadrian is the Director of Genocide Research
at the Zoryan Institute.


MARK MAZOWER is Professor of history at Columbia University. He
specializes in modern Greece, 20th century Europe, and
international history. The Nazi New Order in Europe and its
aftermath (social, cultural, psychological), Nation-states and
minorities. His books include Inside Hitler's Greece: The
Experience of Occupation, 1941-44 (Yale UP, 1993); The Balkans
(Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2000);   Salonica, City of Ghosts:
Christians, Muslims and Jews, 1430-1950 (HarperCollins, 2004).

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