Talk:Stanford J. Shaw

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this article is almost entirely based upon three online articles. two are cited (the CNES and the Arkun articles), but the third is his biography on the Bilkent Univ website: i believe this article needs some serious revisions, or else it is a copywright violation. dgl 09:14, 21 August 2007 (UTC)

This biographic article -like many other similar ones- is based upon -not copy-pasted- some sources, and all sources are referenced clearly; this is hardly a "copywright/copyright violation". The biographic information from the Bilkent University website covers some common facts. On the other hand, I agree that the article needs improvements and criticism -preferably constructive ones- to expand its content.Vikici 13:51, 28 August 2007 (UTC)

actually, there are some clear cut-and-paste quotes from the Bilkent website, with no citation. the same problem was with the CNES website, and i edited the article so that it at least put the CNES sentences in quotations. the Bilkent copying was far more frequent and led me to believe that a more thorough rewrite is needing. dgl 10:43, 3 September 2007 (UTC)

Rename of Category[edit]

Some of you may wish to participate in the discussion on renaming the category Armenian Genocide deniers to Armenian Genocide skeptics. The discussion is here. --Anthon.Eff (talk) 18:12, 1 May 2009 (UTC)


Quoting the notice of his memorial service, Bilkent [University] News Interactive 2006-12-28 [1]

"At the end of all of the speeches, participants gathered to express their condolences to his wife Prof. Ayşe Ezel Kural-Shaw, his daughter Dr. Wendy Meryem Kural-Shaw-Arslan and his son-in-law Dr. Savaş Arslan."

This suggests identity of Ezel Kural Shaw, aka E. K. Shaw, and Ayşe Ezel Kural-Shaw.

--P64 (talk) 19:57, 11 May 2015 (UTC)