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Journaliste et écrivain.

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales | EHESS · Centre d'études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques (CETOBAC)

Avedis Hadjian is a journalist and writer based in Venice. He is the author of Secret Nation: The Hidden Armenians of Turkey. His work as a correspondent has taken him to Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and the Caucasus.

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 Secret nation - the hidden Armenians of Turkey
Titre : Secret nation - the hidden Armenians of Turkey / auteur(s) : Avedis HADJIAN -
Editeur : London : I.B. Tauris
Année : 2018
Imprimeur/Fabricant : T.J. International, Padstow, Cornwall
Description : 16 x 24 cm, XVII-570 pages, 4 pages de planches : illustrations. Notes pages 543-554, Index pages 557-570
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Sujets : Arméniens -- Turquie -- 20e siècle -- Génocide arménien (1915-1923) -- Influence
ISBN : 9781788311991
Lecture On-line : non disponible

Commentaire :

"It has long been assumed that no Armenian presence remained in eastern Turkey after the 1915 massacres. As a result of what has come to be called the Armenian Genocide, those who survived in Anatolia were assimilated as Muslims, with most losing all traces of their Christian identity. In fact, some did survive and together with their children managed during the last century to conceal their origins. Many of these survivors were orphans, adopted by Turks, only discovering their "true" identity late into their adult lives. Outwardly, they are Turks or Kurds and while some are practising Muslims, others continue to uphold Christian and Armenian traditions behind closed doors. ln recent years, a growing number of "secret Armenians" have begun to emerge from the shadows. Spurred by the bold voices of journalists like Hrant Dink, the Armenian newspaper editor murdered in Istanbul in 2007, the pull towards freedom of speech and soul-searching is taking hold across the region. Avedis Hadjian has traveled to the towns and villages once densely populated by Armenians, recording stories of survival and discovery from those who remain in a region that is deemed unsafe for the people who once lived there. This book takes the reader to the heart of these hidden communities for the first time, unearthing their unique heritage and identity. Revealing the lives of a people that have been trapped in a history of denial for more than a century, Secret Nation is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide in the very places where the events occurred."

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