Vahagn Avedian is a historian, specializing within the field of genocide studies, particularly the Armenian Genocide. His research focuses mainly on the legacy of the Armenian Genocide, including its politics of memory and the impact of the genocide on both perpetrator and victim groups, on international law and within the political arena. His research also includes studies concerning peace and conflict research, among other the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in Caucasus.
Ph.D. in History
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Armenian history, Armenian Genocide, Memory Studies, Politics of Memory, Peace and Conflict Studies, Human Rights.