KHARPERT AND ITS GOLDEN PLAIN
A Case Study in the Transformation of Armenian Community Institutions, 1871–78
By Ara Sarafian
Wednesday, 12 May 2010, at 7:30 pm
Brunei Gallery, SOAS,
Admission: £3; Free for Friends of Armenian Institute
Sarafian will discuss the transformation of the Armenian millet in the Kharpert plain following the Ottoman Armenian National Constitution of 1864. He will look at the larger processes that were at work in communal development, as well as the specific changes in Kharpert.
Ara Sarafian is an archival scholar specialising in late Ottoman and modern Armenian history. He has worked in various archives, including Ottoman archive records in
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