VOLUME 42 (1989)

Issues

•  Number 1, Spring 1989

•  Number 2, Summer 1989

•  Number 3, Autumn 1989

•  Number 4, Winter 1989

 

Number 1, Spring 1989

Genocide and Denial: The Armenian Case and Its Implications (pp. 1-38) | Roger W. Smith

Kurdish Nationalism: Instigators and Historical Influences (pp. 39-59) | Siyamend Othman

The Macedonian Revolutionary Organization's Armenian Connection (pp. 61-70) | Duncan M. Perry

Nshangir (pp. 71-73) | Vehanoush Tehyan

Soviet National Policy, the League of Nations and Europe, 1917-1919 (pp. 73-75) | R. H. Haigh

The Soviet Union and Iran: Soviet Policy in Iran from the beginnings of the Pahlavi Dynasty until the Soviet Invasion in 1941 (pp. 75-77) | Miron Rezun

The Armenian Question and International Law (pp. 77-80) | Shavarsh Toriguian

Non-Appearance Before the International Court of Justice (pp. 77-80) | H. W. A. Thirlway

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Number 2, Summer 1989

The Revolution of 1905 in Transcaucasia (pp. 1-23) | Anahide Ter Minassian  

Shahamir Shahamirian's Vorogait Parats (Snare of Glory) (pp. 25-35) | Minas Tololyan   

Shahamir Shahamirian's Views on Natural Law (pp. 37-46) | Haik Khachatrian       

Kaiser Wilhelm II's Visits to the Ottoman Empire: Rationale, Reactions and the Meaning of Images (pp. 47-78) | Nazaret Naltchayan     

Ani (pp. 79-81) | Milan Polytechnic Faculty of Architecture        

The Picklock (pp. 81-84) | Arman Vartanyan         

Pakhurtse (pp. 81-84) | Arman Vartanyan        

Armenia (pp. 84-85) | Henrik Nordbrandt       

Symbol, Myth, and Rhetoric: The Politics of Culture in an Armenian-American Population (pp. 86-88) | Jenny Phillips       

Corridor (pp. 88-90) | Michael Krekorian

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Number 3, Autumn 1989

Return to Ararat: Armenia in the Cold War (pp. 1-19) | Ronald Grigor Suny

New Trends in Soviet Armenian Poetry (pp. 21-30) | Vahe Oshagan

Saroyan Among the Soviets (pp. 31-35) | David Stephen Calonne

For the Masses: Television in the Armenian S. S. R. (pp. 37-52) | Levon Chorbajian

The Status of Artists and Intellectuals in Soviet Armenia (pp. 53-62) | Dickran Kouymjian

The Karabagh Movement: An Old Scenario Gets Rewritten (pp. 63-70) | Nora Dudwick

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Number 4, Winter 1989

The Consequences of Ideological Genocides and Their Role in Genocide Prevention (pp. 1-16) | Kurt Jonassohn

Armin T. Wegner: Polemicist for Armenian and Jewish Human Rights         (pp. 17-40) | Sybil Milton

New Aspects of the Talat Pasha Court Case (pp. 41-53) | Tessa Hofmann

The Genocide of the Armenians: Psychological and Cultural Roots and the Impact on Survivors (pp. 55-70) | Ervin Staub

Trivializing Human Experience: Social Science Methods and Genocide Scholarship (pp. 71-81) | Herbert Hirsch

The Slaughterhouse Province: An American Diplomat's Report on the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1917 (pp. 83-86) | Leslie Davis

The Armenian Genocide: Documentation (Volumes 1 and 2) (pp. 86-89) | Institut fur Armenische Fragen

The Roots of Evil: The origins of Genocide and Other Group Violence (pp. 89-92) | Ervin Staub

The Armenian Genocide in Perspective (pp. 92-94) | Richard G. Hovannisian

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