Table of contents for The Armenian Genocide legacy / editorial matter and selection, Alexis Demirdjian ; foreward by Ronald Suny; Ugur Umit Ungor and 20 others.


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Foreword; Dr. Ronald Suny.- Introduction; Alexis Demirdjian.- PART I. NOW AND THEN: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE ARMENIAN CATASTROPHE.- 1. The Armenian Genocide in the Context of Twentieth-Century Paramilitarism; Uğur Ümit Üngör.- 2. The Disputed Numbers: In Search of the Demographic Basis for Studies of Armenian Population Losses, 1915-1923; Jakub Bijak and Sarah Lubman.- 3.Orphans of the Armenian Genocide with Special Reference to the Georgetown Boys and Girls in Canada;Lorne Shirinian.- PART II. WHAT DOES LAW HAVE TO DO WITH IT: LEGAL REMEDIES AND JUDICIAL EXPLANATIONS.- 4. Armenia and the G-word: the Law and the Politics; Geoffrey Robertson.- 5. The International Court of Justice and The Armenian Genocide; Susan L. Karamanian.- 6. Compensation for the Armenian Genocide: A Study of Recognition and Reparations; Nolwenn Guibert and Sun Kim.- 7. Legacy of Impunity: Sexual Violence Against Armenian Women and Girls during the Genocide; Najwa Nabti.- 8. The Failure of the Judicial System during Armed Conflicts; Alexis Demirdjian.- 9. Counterinsurgency as Genocidal Intent: From the Ottoman Christians to the Bosnian Muslims; Hannibal Travis.- PART III. A CENTURY OF DENIAL.- 10. ‘They Brought It on Themselves and It Never Happened’: Denial to 1939; Levon Chorbajian.- 11. Towards 2015: Media in Turkey on Armenian Genocide; Esra Elmas.- 12. The Politics of Denial and Recognition – Turkey, Armenia and the EU; Seyhan Bayraktar.- 13. Lost in Translation: The Monument’s Deconstruction; Ayda Erbal.- PART IV. GOING BACK TO MY ROOTS: WHAT IS AN ARMENIAN TODAY?.- 14. The Musa Dagh History Hike: Truth-Telling, Dialogue and Thanatourism; Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous.- 15. Cultural Heritage and the Denial of Genocide Law; Nanor Kebranian.- 16. Memorization of the Armenian Genocide in Cultural Narratives; Anthonie Holslag.- PART V. THE CATASTROPHE’S LEGACY.- 17. The Theme of Genocide in Armenian Literature; Barlow Der Mugrdechian.- 18. Hiding Horrors in Full View: Atom Egoyan’s Representations of the Armenian Genocide; Lisa Siraganian.- 19.Missing Images: Textures of Memory in Diaspora; Marie-Aude Baronian.- 20. Genocide Education: Promises and Potential; Joyce Sahyouni.- Bibliography.- Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Armenian massacres, 1915-1923.
Genocide -- Turkey.