The Center for Armenian Studies at the University of Michigan is pleased to announce the 2016-17 Manoogian Post-doctoral Fellows in Armenian Studies - Yaşar Cora and David Low.

Yaşar Tolga Cora works on the social history of ethnic and religious groups in the Ottoman Empire with a particular focus on Armenian communities before the Genocide. He received his PhD in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago in 2016. 

David Low specializes in photographic history and explores the role of photography in Armenian history and the way in which images have shaped the vision of ‘Armenia’ in the West. He received his PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London in 2015. 

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The University of Michigan’s Center for Armenian Studies (ASP) promotes the study of Armenian history, language, culture and society. ASP is built on the solid foundation of rigorous curriculum offered by the two endowed chairs in Armenian studies: The Alex Manoogian Chair in Modern Armenian History (1981) and the Marie Manoogian Chair in Armenian Language and Literature (1987). A member of the University of Michigan International Institute, the program organizes educational opportunities for students, faculty and the community. For more information.