Dr. Lerna Ekmekçioğlu
Armenian Feminism in Post-Genocide Turkey
AGBU remains committed to ensuring quality Armenian resources are available for anyone interested in learning about Armenian culture, language or history, regardless of skill level, age or background. As such we have an array of online courses, meet ups, apps, ebooks, videos and more available for free on many platforms. In addition, we are proud to house one of the major repositories of Ottoman Armenian and Genocide-related archives through our AGBU Nubar Library in Paris, France.
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Find short online videos from international experts on history, genocide, culture, architecture, music and more. Our AGBU Webtalks series is used by individuals, students and university professors around the world. Explore the vast compilation available for free.
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Founded by AGBU President and head of the Armenian National Delegation to Europe Boghos Nubar Pasha, the library is located in Paris, France in a building designed by Nubar Pasha himself. The collection has been a beacon of preservation for Armenian history since.
With more than 43,000 printed works, 500,000 archival documents, 1,500 periodicals and 10,000 photos as well as hundreds of manuscripts from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the library is the largest repository of Ottoman Armenian heritage and Genocide era archives in Europe.