“The Unexamined Life is not Worth Living”: The Armenian Genocide
Keywords:Armenian genocide, history, 1915, photography, family, ancestors, massacre
The article discusses the work, research and efforts Professor Armen Marsoobian has done towards explicating and representing the fragments left from the Armenian Genocide period. Armenian Genocide has had its huge impact on the lives of Armenian people and the national ideology.
Professor Marsoobian through photography exhibitions and his books, retells the story of Armenian people and events of 1915 to the world. The past needs to be examined, for we need to clearly understand the reasoning behind historical events, in order to prevent and be more secure in future.
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Professor Armen Marsoobian Tells the Story of His “Islamized’ Armenian Family during the Genocide. (2015, April 28). Retrieved January 4, 2016, from AUA Newsroom: http://newsroom.aua.am/2015/04/28/professor-armen-marsoobian-tells-the-story-of-his-islamized-armenian-family-during-the-genocide/
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Marsoobian, A. (2014, June 28). Armenian-American professor hopes to start dialogue with exhibitions. (T. Zaman, Interviewer)
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