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|Title:||A discourse of denial: memories of the Armenian genocide|
|Citation:||Kasbarian S (2014) A discourse of denial: memories of the Armenian genocide, openDemocracy, 6.8.2014.|
|Abstract:||Why should we return to the now 100-year-old genocide of the Ottoman Armenian population? The study and acknowledgement of this genocide, and what it symbolises, is critical to the practice of an emancipatory politics today.|
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