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Armenia and Karabagh

The Karabagh File


Jiraryr Libaridian, ed.
1988. 171p.
$25

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The Making of Nagorno-Karabagh: From Secession to Republic


Levon Chorbajian, Editor
2Palgrave. 2001.
Hardback. 267p.
$95

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The Sumgait Tragedy: Pogroms Against Armenians in Soviet Azerbaijan. Volume I: Eyewitness Accounts


Samvel Shahmuratian, Editor
Foreward by Yelena Bonner
Steven Jones Translator
1990. 343p.
$45

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Diaspora

Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies


Khachig Tolloyan, Editor.
3 issues per year.
$15/issue
or $40/yearly subscription

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The Georgetown Boys


Jack Apramian. Edited,
revised with an introduction by Lorne Shirinian.
Toronto: Zoryan Institute, 2009, 226p..
$34.95

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Genocide

An American Physician in Turkey: A Narrative of Adventures in Peace and in War


by Clarence D. Ussher
Astoria, NY:
J.C. & A.L. Fawcett, Inc., Pub.,
1990, 339p. Hard cover.
$45

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Ararat: The Shooting Script


by Atom Egoyan
New York:
Newmarket Press,
2002, 143p. Softcover.
$18.95

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Alman Belgeleri: Ermeni Soykirimi 1915-16


by Wolfgang Gust
992p., Softcover
$50

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The Armenian Genocide Within A Framework of Compelling Evidence


by Vahakn Dadrian
Toronto:
Zoryan Institute,
2002, 35p. Softcover + VHS videotape.
$20

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Asia Minor Catastrophe and the Ottoman Greek Genocide


edited by George N. Shirinian

The Asia Minor Catastrophe and the Ottoman Greek Genocide: Essays on Asia Minor, Pontos, and Eastern Thrace, 1913-1923 edited by George N. Shirinian, Executive Director of the Zoryan Institute, is a compilation of innovative papers given by distinguished scholars at two academic conferences organized by the Asia Minor and Pontos Hellenic Research Center in Chicago.
$40

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The Banality of Indifference


by Yair Auron
Transaction Pub., 2000. 332p. Softcover
$29.95

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The Banality of Denial


by Yair Auron
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Pub., 2003, 338p.
$44.95

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Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization: The Genocide of the Armenians



$25


This high-school textbook has elicited praise such as the following comments, “This resource book is unique in its approaches to the legacy of the Armenian Genocide. It helps students and teachers to understand that the crime was committed not only against the Armenian people but also against all humanity. Critical issues relating to identity, attitude, behaviour, choices, consequences, and contemporary concerns are addressed in this important work” “An essential and innovative exploration of the Armenian Genocide, [the book] brings together the historical, social, psychological, and ethical dimensions of the history and the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide. Facing History and Ourselves has done an extraordinary job and demonstrates once again that it is at the forefront of education in America.” “Once again Facing History and Ourselves combines authoritative scholarship with brilliant pedagogy in a book that informs as it challenges… This book must be read by teachers and students. Even the best of scholars can well lean anew how to teach history and how to relate to their students’ lives from this important book.”
Der Volkermord an den Armeniern 1915/16: Dokumente aus dem Politishcen Archiv des deutschen Auswrtigen Amts [The Armenian Genocide, 1915/16: Documents from the Diplomatic Archives of the German Foreign Office]


by Wolfgang Gust (ed.)
Publisher: Zu Klampen, 2005
674 p., Hardcover
$52

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Dialogue Across an International Divide: Essays Towards a Turkish-Armenian Dialogue


by Taner Akam.
Toronto and Cambridge, MA: Zoryan Institute,
2001 Softcover book of xii+101 pages
$15

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From Empire to Republic: Turkish Nationalism and the Armenian Genocide


by Taner Akam.
London: Zed Books 2004
2001 Softcover and Hardcover available.
$45

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Genocide as a Problem of National and International Law: The World War I Armenian Case and Its Contemporary Legal Ramifications


by Vahakn N. Dadrian. 1989. 133p.
Reprinted from The Yale Journal of International Law 14, No. 2 (Summer 1989):
221-334 + Appendix and bibliography.
$15

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"The Historical and Legal Interconnections between the Armenian Genocide and the Jewish Holocaust: From Impunity to Retributive Justice"


by Vahakn N. Dadrian. 1989. 133p.
1998. 55p.
Reprinted from The Yale Journal of International Law 23, No. 2 (Summer 1998): 504-559.
$7

Hitler and the Armenian Genocide


by Kevork Bardakjian
1985. 81p.
(Bound photocopy available)
$15

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International Journal of Middle East Studies, Feb. 2002 "The Armenian Question and the Wartime Fate of the Armenians as Documented by the Officials of the Ottoman Empire's World War I Allies: Germany and Austro-Hungary"


by Vahakn N. Dadrian
34, no.1 (February 2002)
Cambridge University Press
$6

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Journal of Political and Military Sociology: Volume 22 No. 1


1994. 202 p., Softcover
$20



The Armenian Genocide in Official Turkish Records: Collected Essays by Vahakn N. Dadrian. A Special Issue of The Journal of Political and Military Sociology. Vol. 22, no. 1 (Summer 1994). ix + 208p. $20.00
In the 1970s Prof. Vahakn Dadrian helped to create the field of the comparative study of genocide, bringing to his work an interdisciplinary perspective that joined sociology, history, and law, enriched further by his ability to drawn upon half a dozen languages. The archival work that he has done on three continents is the basis for the studies that appear in this special issue, studies that focus on documentation of the Armenian Genocide in Turkish sources and in those of Turkey’s World War I allies, Germany and Austria. The latter confirm that the Genocide took place, that it was centrally planned, and that a prominent motive for Turkey’s entry into the war was the cover war could provide for a final solution to the Armenian Question. Most of the documents are Turkish, and these too bear out the premeditated and intentional destruction of the Armenians. But the Turkish materials also allow Prof. Dadrian to describe in great detail, and with new insight, the organization and implementation of the Genocide. Almost all of the materials were uncovered by Prof. Dadrian and first made public by him. Most of the documents included in the article, “The Complicity of the Party, the Government, and the Military” are published here for the first time.
The contents of this special issue are as follows:
Foreword by Richard Falk
Introduction by Roger Smith
Articles by Vahakn Dadrian:
• A Review of the Main Features of the Genocide
• The Complicity of the Party, the Government, and the Military: Select Parliamentary and Judicial Documents
• The Documentation of the World War I Armenian Massacres in the Proceedings of the Turkish Military Tribunal
• A Textual Analysis of the Key Indictment of the Turkish Military Tribunal Investigating the Armenian Genocide
• The Secret Young Turk Ittihadist Conference and the Decision for the World War I Genocide of the Armenians
Judgment at Istanbul:The Armenian Genocide Trials


by Vahakn N. Dadrian and Taner Akçam
Berghahn Books
2011 363p.
$110/ $90 for Zoryan Friends

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Judgment Unto Truth: Witnessing the Armenian Genocide


by Ephraim K. Jernazian
Translated by Alice Haig.
1990. 163p. Available in both English and Armenian
$12

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Judgment Unto Truth: Witnessing the Armenian Genocide


by Ephraim K. Jernazian
Translated by Alice Haig.
1990. 163p. Available in both English and Armenian
$12

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Key Elements in the Turkish Denial of the Armenian Genocide: A Case Study of Distortion and Falsification


by Vahakn N. Dadrian
1999. vi+84p.
$18

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Memorial to April 11


Teodik
$45

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Needle, Thread and Button


by John Yervant.
1988. 101p. (Out of print)
$15

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Out Of Darkness


by Ramela Martin
1989. 220p.
$15

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Resistance and Revenge


by Jacques Derogy
Foreward by Gerard Chaliand
A.M. Berrett, Translator 1990. 2
$34.95

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In the Shadow of the Fortress


by Bertha Nakshian Ketchian
1988, 167 p
$18.00



In the Shadow of the Fortress is the story of a young girl born in Husenig, Western or Ottoman Armenia, just before the Genocide of 1915-1917. Bertha Nakshian Ketchian experienced the horrors of that tragedy with her mother and sister. She witnessed and recorded in her memory the cruelty as well as devotion of neighbors, the hard choices of friends and family as she survived against all odds. Having crossed the desert and spent time in an orphanage supported by American help, Bertha eventually joined her father in Providence, Rhode Island.
A Shameful Act


by Taner Akam,
New York: Metropolitan Books
2006. 483p. Softcover.
$19.75

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Studies in Comparative Genocide


by Levon Chorbajian,
George Shirinian, eds.
1999. 270p.
$147

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La Tragedia di Sumgait: 1988, Un Pogrom di armeni nell' Unione Sovietica


by Pietro Kuciukian
$25

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Toynbee, Turks, and Armenians


by Lillian Etmekjian
1985. 9p.
$2

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Nationalism and Socialism in the Armenian Revolutionary Movement


by Anahit Ter Minassian
1984. 267p.
$7

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The Lord Mayor Appeals For Help


19.5"x13.5"
Louis Raemaekers, artist
Original size 35"x23"
$20

Lest They Perish


19.5"x13.5"
W.B. King, artist
Original size 18"x12"
$20

Lest We Perish


19.5"x13.5"
E.F. Betssbain, artist
Original size 18"x12"
$20

The Child At Your Door


19.5"x13.5"
Artist unknown
Original size 20" x 14"
$20

They Shall Not Perish


19.5"x13.5"
Douglas Volk, artist
Original size 40" x 30"
$20

Quest for Closure: The Armenian Genocide and the Search for Justice in Canada


by Lorne Shirinian
2000. 267p.
$23.50

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Tehcir ve Taktil


by Vahakn N. Dadrian and Taner Akcam
2008. 732p., Softcover
$50


In the aftermath of its disastrous defeat in WWI, Ottoman Turkey had to face the wartime crime of the destruction of its Armenian population. An inquiry commissioned by the Ottoman government in 1919 presented enough preliminary evidence to organize a series of trials involving the perpetrators of these crimes. It is the record of these trials and the unparalleled details they provide on the planning and implementation of these heinous crimes that has brought together the two most renowned scholars of the Armenian Genocide, Professors Vahakn Dadrian and Taner Akcam, in their first joint publication. It is with great pride that the Zoryan Institute announces that after years of research and analysis, the authors have compiled in Turkish the complete documentation of the trial proceedings and have set these findings in their historical and legal context. The English edition of this book is available as Judgment at Istanbul.
University of St Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy, Volume IV, Number 2


2012. 180 p., Softcover
$20

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This Man & Others


Translated by Deran Rushton-Zorian
1996, 93 p., Softcover
$15


In 1977, an Armenian gentleman, born in Manchester but then resident in London, visited the Oriental Institute in Oxford. He introduced himself as Deran Rushton, and he had with him a manuscript, written in Armenian by his father, Samuel, recording his imprisonment in Amida (Diyarbakir) city gaol in 1893-1896. Samuel Zorian’s chronicle of his experience in a Turkish gaol and daring escape, is a very human and gripping tale. IT begins with his description of his arrest by Turkish police, that verges on hilarity, but foreshadows one of the major atrocities of our century, the massacre of Armenians by the Turks in 1915-1921. However, Samuel’s account shows ordinary Turks and Kurds suffering as much as Armenians, and is an inspiration of hope to read how he was helped in his ordeal by the kindness of fellow Turkish prisoners and a Kurdish warder.
Views of the Armenian Genocide (Armenian)


by Vahakn Dadrian
2003. 48p., Softcover
$10

Where The Victims Are


13.5"x19.5"
Artist unknown
Original size 21" x 28"
$20

Turkey

Armenian Architects in Istanbul in the Era of Westernization


Edited by Hasan Buruyazici
2010. 167 p., Softcover
$60


This large format book is a visual archive developed as part of a travelling exhibition with the same name. This work brings to light the often overlooked contribution of Armenian architects who took on a pioneering role in the modernization of Istanbul. Both the exhibit and book generated a lot of positive reaction towards Armenians, especially in Turkey. Most people there are unaware that in fact, some of Istanbul’s most famous buildings were designed and built by Armenians. The book features the history, drawings, documents and photographs of over 100 buildings that were designed by these Armenian architects. It also serves as a testament to the once vibrant and thriving Armenian community of Istanbul, which contributed so much to Turkey’s history and culture, and gives just a hint as to how much was lost due to the Genocide.
Model Citizens of the State: The Jews of Turkey During the Multi-Party Period


by Rifat N. Bali
2012. 267p., Softcover
Hardcover: $100
Softcover: $50

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The Sounds of Silence: Turkey's Armenians Speak


Prepared by Ferda Balancar
1992. 175 p., Softcover
$27.50


One of the strongest desires of the Hrant Dink Foundation, from the very first day it was founded, was to create a memory repository on the Armenians of Turkey, based on various documents shedding light on oral history records, culture and identity. This work is the first material outcome of that desire. It aims to recover the traces of the political and cultural memory of Armenians living in Turkey and of the Armenian community, to reveal the continuity in a cultural existence, to find out how individuals with an Armenian identity perceive themselves and the ‘others’, and in so doing, to reflect the reality of Armenians still living in Turkey in all its political, cultural, and historical dimensions. To reflect this reality, it was carried out as an oral history research study. To this end a working group under the guidance of Ferda Balancar got in touch with Armenians living in Istanbul and various cities in Anatolia. Interviews were held with 40 people, 21 of whom were women and 19 men. 12 researches participated in this study. This book contains 15 of those interviews. You will read the stories of people ranging from 19 to 70 years of age as they themselves told them. You will see that the stories tell not only of their remembrance of history but of their lives today.