Despite the success, fame, and occasional notoriety of Armenians worldwide, not a lot is understood about Armenian history. An upcoming talk at the USF Libraries Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center aims to change that.
Scholar Dr. Garabet Moumdjian will speak in the USF Tampa Library‘s Grace Allen Room Thursday, April 23rd at 2:00 PM (4th floor). Entitled “Rising From the Ashes of Tragedy: Armenia’s Triumph Over Its Genocide,” his talk will Read more >>
Monday, October 20th | Reception at 5:30 PM | Event at 6 PM
USF Alumni Center, Traditions Hall | Free and open to the public
The USF LIBRARIES HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE STUDIES CENTER AND THE FLORIDA HOLOCAUST MUSEUM invite you to join us for a panel discussion with three local Holocaust survivors as they describe how telling their individual stories has affected them and their audiences over time. The Read more >>
By the end of WWI over 150,000 Armenian children were left parentless as a direct result of the Armenian Genocide. “Orphans of the Genocide” is a short documentary film produced by the Armenoid Team and presented by the filmmaker himself, Bared Maronian.
February 27 at 2:00 PM in the Library’s Grace Allen Room (4th Floor)