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Conf/Prog - 2nd Annual Undergraduate Colloquium in Armenian Studies Program UCLA, February 11 2016, USA


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2nd Annual Undergraduate Colloquium in Armenian Studies Program UCLA, Royce Hall, Room 314, Thursday, February 11, 2016

Welcome

3:00PM–4:00PM

 

 

 4:10PM-4:30PM

Guest Lecture

Zara Pogossian

Center for Religious Studies at Ruhr­Universität­Bochum

Coffee/Tea Break

 4:35PM–4:50PM

Opening Remarks

Ani Der Grigorian

Directorof 2016 Undergraduate Colloquium in Armenian Studies

Department of Anthropology and International Development Studies

University of California at Los Angeles

 

Dr. S. Peter Cowe

Armenian Studies Professor &Narekatsi Chair

University of California at Los Angeles

PANEL 1• Psychology of Genocide and the Hyphenated Armenian Identity

 

Chair: Ani Gurdogluyan

Department of Sociology and Armenian Studies

University of California at Los Angeles

4:50PM-5:10PM

Anoush Baghdassarian

Department of Psychology and Spanish

Claremont- McKenna College

“Threats, Fear, and Genocide”

5:10PM–5:30PM

Aram Ghoogasian

Department of English and History

University of California at Los Angeles

"My Heart’s in the Highlands: William Saroyan and the Diasporic Condition”

5:30PM–5:40PM

Discussion

PANEL 2 • Gender and Sexuality: Armenian Experiences from the Past to the Present

 

Chair: Areni Der Grigorian

Department of Anthropology and Gender Studies

University of California at Los Angeles

5:40 PM-6:00PM

Carla Kekejian

Department of English and Education

University of California at Irvine

“Armenian Women’s Sign Language: How Silenced Women came to Speak”

6:00PM-6:20PM

Kristine Jermakian

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Women’s Studies

University of California at Irvine

“Defining the Futurity of the Queer Armenian Subaltern”

6:20PM–6:30PM

Discussion

6:30PM–6:45PM

Coffee/Tea Break

PANEL 3Contemporary Realities From the Republic of Armenia to Los Angeles

 

Chair: Mariam Hovhannisyan

Department of Cognitive Science

University of California at Los Angeles

6:45PM–7:05PM

Margarita Baghdasarian

Department of Political Science and Armenian Studies

University of California at Los Angles

“Social Media as a Resource for Mobilization in Electric Yerevan Protests”

7:05–7:25PM

Mikael Matossian

Department of Environmental Science

University of California at Los Angeles

“Clean Energy in Armenia”

7:25PM–7:45PM

 

 

 

 

Maral Sakayan •

Department of Molecular, Cell, and Development Biology and Civic Engagement

University of California at Los Angeles

“Health and Literacy Disparities in the Newly Immigrant Armenian Population”

7:45PM–8:00PM        Discussion

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February 02, 2016




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