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Title: Armenians, Turks and Kurds beyond denial: an introduction
Author(s): Kasbarian, Sossie
Oktem, Kerem
Contact Email: sossie.kasbarian@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Kasbarian S & Oktem K (2014) Armenians, Turks and Kurds beyond denial: an introduction, Patterns of Prejudice, 48 (2), pp. 115-120.
Abstract: First paragraph: Where are we beyond denial? This was the key question of a workshop that we organized at the University of Lancaster in March 2012. The question seemed as appropriate at the time as it is now. After almost a century of a Turkish nation-building project rooted in the denial of the mass violence perpetrated in the last years of the Ottoman Empire, and an Armenian diaspora caught in another project of national boundary-making, the space in which Turks, Kurds, Armenians and others are able to interact has extended considerably. This change in dynamics has been facilitated by a series of events, which are explored in detail in Sossie Kasbarian and Kerem Öktem’s contribution to this issue (‘Subversive friendships’), and which range from taboo-breaking academic conferences to civil society encounters and commemorative events.
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0031322X.2014.910893
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