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Ronald Grigor Suny, “They Can Live in the Desert but Nowhere Else": A History of the Armenian Genocide. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015. In this centennial year since the Armenian Genocide, countless conferences, meetings, and commemorations are underway across the globe. While they have all been peaceful so far, they come at the end of a century of violence. I refer not just to the events of 1915-17, but also the waves of violence spurred by memory, ...Keep Reading »
Christine Philliou is Associate Professor of Ottoman and Modern Turkish History at Columbia University. She is the author of Biography of an Empire: Governing Ottomans in an Age of Revolution (California, 2011). Her interests and other publications have had to do with comparative empires across Eurasia, various levels of transitions from an "Ottoman" to a "post-Ottoman" world in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and political and cultural interfaces in the eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, and Balkans in the early modern and modern eras.