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Hate in the Past Tense (part I)

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Uploaded on Apr 20, 2011

"Hate in the Past Tense: Understanding the Origins of Armenian Genocide Denial as a Problem of Contemporary Reconciliation"
Keith David Watenpaugh
Thursday, April 14

Keith David Watenpaugh, associate professor and historian (University of California-Davis), explores how aspects of Armenian genocide denial first emerged around a discrete historical moment, in particular international humanitarian relief efforts on behalf of Armenian genocide survivors in the early interwar period. Thinking about denial in this fashion creates a space in which to reflect critically about how history as both a discipline and practice operates in the spheres of power and public opinion, especially across political and cultural divides.

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