Zoryan Institute

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The Zoryan Institute is an international think tank that focuses on genocide, diaspora, and Armenia. It sponsors, supports, and encourages multidisciplinary scholarly research, documentation, conferences, and publications.

History[edit]

It comprises two sub-organizations: the Zoryan Institute for Contemporary Research and Documentation, established in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1982, and the Zoryan Institute of Canada, Inc., which was incorporated as a nonprofit research institute in Toronto in 1984.[1]

Research areas[edit]

The Zoryan Institute is involved in three main areas of research: genocide studies, diaspora studies, and studies dealing with Armenia in general.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". Retrieved 17 July 2012. 

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