Talk by Dr. Tessa Hofmann (Berlin) - "Europe, Turkey, and the Armenian Genocide"
Thursday 20 January 2005, 7:30 PM, Lecture Room 336, Senate House, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), 3rd Floor North Block, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, University College London (UCL)
Dr Hofmann is a prominent German historian and academic from the Free University in Berlin who has researched extensively on the Armenian Genocide, and has worked closely with the EU institutions. Dr Hofmann's qualifications include Studies of Slavonic languages and literatures at the Free University Berlin, as well as Armenian studies, sociology and postgraduate research at the State Universities of St Petersburg, Yerevan and Tbilisi. Dr Hofmann is a volunteer Human Rights activist with several honours as well as an extensive portfolio of publications.
Location: Just off Russell Square, the nearest tube station is Russell Square on the Piccadilly line or Goodge Street on the Northern line
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The full text of the speech is online here on the CRAG articles section of this website: Europe, Turkey and the Armenian Genocide