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MEMORY MATTERS: GENDER AND THE POLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION ON THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE (MCMILLAN-STEWART LECTURE ON WOMEN IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD)

US Official News
April 13, 2015 Monday

Cambridge

Massachusetts Institute of Technology has issued the following
event detail:

Monday, April 13, 2015 Memory Matters: Gender and the Politics of
Knowledge Production on the Armenian Genocide (McMillan-Stewart
Lecture on Women in the Developing World)

Speaker: Hourig Attarian, Melissa Bilal, and Veena Das

Time: 5:00p-7:00p

Location: 4-270

Spring 2015 McMillan-Stewart Lecture on Women in the Developing World:
Memory Matters: Gender and Politics of Knowledge Production on the
Armenian Genocide

Hourig Attarian, Concordia University, “Threading a Map, Spinning
Life Stories: Tracing Fractured Memories in the Archives”

Melissa Bilal, Columbia University, “Lullaby the Irreconcilable”

Discussant: Veena Das, Johns Hopkins University

Open to: the general public

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