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Minority Rules

Sunday, February 17, 2008
The New York Times Magazine
A report from Turkey's southeast, where local Kurdish mayors face dozens of lawsuits for using the language their constituents speak. 


Songs Lifted In Praise of Gomidas

Sunday, October 17, 2008

The New York Times (Arts & Leisure)

A husband and wife duo bring the music of Armenia's national hero to a wider audience. view...


"Why Repeat These Sad Things?"

Spring 2006

n+1 (Number 4: Reconstruction)

​A travelogue-essay set among the ruins of Turkey's formerly Armenian villages. view...


Sarband and Concerto Köln Bridge a Cultural Ravine

Sunday, August 6, 2006

The New York Times (Arts & Leisure)

A pair of German ensembles examine the relationship between Turkey and Europe in terms of music history. view...


Destination: Armenia
July 12, 2006
An essay about Armenian literature for's Literary Guide to the World.


Common Ground

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Boston Globe (Ideas)

A group of Turkish and Armenian historians who work together against the long-standing enmity that divides their communities. view...


The Burden of Memory

September 20, 2004

The Nation (Books & the Arts)

A critical look at the clashing needs and motivations of diasporas and their homelands, including reviews of "The Burning Tigris" by Peter Balakian and "Modern Armenia: People, Nation, State" by Gerard Libaridian. view...


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