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Sarafian’s wide network of European and [[Middle East]]ern contacts helps [[Armenian Forum]] bridge the gap between Armenian scholars on both sides of the Atlantic as well as the Middle East.
 
Sarafian’s wide network of European and [[Middle East]]ern contacts helps [[Armenian Forum]] bridge the gap between Armenian scholars on both sides of the Atlantic as well as the Middle East.
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==Letter to the Editor==
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    The Times Higher Education Supplement May 25 2001
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    Letter & Opinion Page 15
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    Turkey's ambassador in London (Letters, THES, May 11) is perhaps
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    unaware of my report (http://www.gomidas.org) wherein I narrate the
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    systematic manner in which Turkish archival authorities impeded my
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    work. Incidentally, those records made available to me corroborate
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    western accounts of the Armenian genocide.    Ara Sarafian
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    Gomidas Institute, Princeton, US
  
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Sarafian, Ara]]
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Sarafian, Ara]]

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A historian specializing in the late Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey. He was a founding director of the Gomidas Institute, and has edited and written critical introductions to several of the institute’s publications. Now director of the Taderon Press, he is developing the Sterndale Classics imprint.

Sarafian’s wide network of European and Middle Eastern contacts helps Armenian Forum bridge the gap between Armenian scholars on both sides of the Atlantic as well as the Middle East.

Letter to the Editor

   The Times Higher Education Supplement May 25 2001
   Letter & Opinion Page 15
   Turkey's ambassador in London (Letters, THES, May 11) is perhaps
   unaware of my report (http://www.gomidas.org) wherein I narrate the
   systematic manner in which Turkish archival authorities impeded my
   work. Incidentally, those records made available to me corroborate
   western accounts of the Armenian genocide.    Ara Sarafian
   Gomidas Institute, Princeton, US