The Turkish-Armenian Historical Controversy: How to Name the Events of 1915?

@article{Yavuz2020TheTH,
  title={The Turkish-Armenian Historical Controversy: How to Name the Events of 1915?},
  author={M. Hakan Yavuz},
  journal={Middle East Critique},
  year={2020},
  volume={29},
  pages={345 - 365}
}
  • M. Yavuz
  • Published 2020
  • History
  • Middle East Critique
Abstract: This article examines the debate involving Turkish and Armenian historiography about the fate of diverse Armenian communities in eastern Anatolia. It argues that the contemporary description of the events in 1915, especially the legal description, is much more important than the facts and the role of human agency in which these facts were produced. Armenian historiography scholars have moved to label the set of complicated events and processes as ‘genocide,’ and they seek to… Expand
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