THE ARMENIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR
AND
THE ARMENIAN RESEARCH CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, DEARBORN

Present a public lecture by

Joanne Laycock, Ph.D.
Manoogian Simone Post-doctoral Fellow,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


British Encounters with Armenia
in the Later 19th Century

8:00 PM, Monday April 7, 2008
Vartan Room
St. John Armenian Church
22001 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48075


Dr. Laycock’s research in recent years has covered the British Armenophile movement and the British response to the Armenian Genocide, Armenian refugee relief post WWI, and also British travel writing on Armenia. She has highlighted Soviet Armenian History, especially with regards to the repatriation to Armenia and homeland-Diaspora relations.


Refreshments will be served.

Dr. Joanne Laycock’s recent publication includes “Armenia: The ‘Nationalization,’ Internationalization and Representation of the Refugee Crisis,” (co-authored with Peter Gatrell), in Nick Baron and Peter Gatrell, eds., Homelands: War, Population and Statehood in Eastern Europe and Russia, 1918-1924 (Anthem Press, 2004), 179-200. Her forthcoming publications in 2008 include Imagining Armenia: Orientalism, Ambiguity and Intervention 1878–1925 (Manchester University Press) and “Repatriations in Post Second World War Armenia,” in Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron, eds, Warlands: Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in Soviet Eastern Europe, 1945-1950.

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