Embattled Dreamlands: The Politics of Contesting Armenian, Turkish and Kurdish Memory. Routledge, New York / London, 2020
“Authentische Gewaltgeschichten oder verzerrte Spiegelbilder? - Die türkische und armenischeGeschichtsdeutung von 1915 im Lichte des Nationalmythos”, in Geschichte als Ressource: Politische Dimensionen historischer Authentizität, Klaus Schwarz, Berlin (2017).
“Collectivities beyond National Frontiers –Turkophone Armenians from Cilicia” in Türkei im Spannungsfeld von Kollektivismus und Diversität , vol. 2, Springer, Berlin (2016).
“Genocide Memorialization beyond the Ethno-National Divide: Bridging Memories of Armenians, Kurds and Turks in Van, Mush, and Sasun,” Clark – Digital Commons, Clark University,Worcester, MA (2015, published online).
Neil Brenner's New urban spaces. Urban theory and the scale question (2019), Jourmal for Eurasian Geography and Economics, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon (2020).
Bernhard Forchtner’s Lessons from the Past? Memory, Narrativity and Subjectivity (2016),Journal of Language and Politics, John Benjamins, Amsterdam (2018).
“Wiederholt sich das Schicksal der Armenier in Rojava? Eine Spurensuche in der Osttürkei und Nordsyrien“,Tagesspiegel (28 November, 2019).
“An Interview with Florian Mühlfried: The Janus Face of Mistrust”, Europe Now Journal (10 September, 2019).
“Rabiz Music as Reverberation of Armenian-Azerbaijani Cohabitation”, Caucasus Edition (18 September, 2018).
“Eastern Turkey as a ‘Mnemonic Cell of Resistance’?: Local Memory Culture and the Armenian Other,” paper presented at the 5th annual European symposium on Turkey (Vienna, Austria), 30 November, 2019.
“Post-Soviet Societies and the ‘Revenge of the Past’?: The Case of Armenia,“ paper presented the conference Memory, Transformation and Transitional Justice, OSCE Academy (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan), 23 October, 2019.
“Ancien Materiality: Renegotiating The Monumental Landscape In Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, paper presented at the 8th International Urban Geographies Of Post-Communist States Conference, University of Belgrade (Belgrade, Serbia), 26 September, 2019.
“Bottom-Up Internationalism: The Life and Afterlife of the Industrial Cooperative Interhelpo in Kyrgyzstan,” paper presented at the Fourth Annual Tartu Conference on Russian and East European Studies, University of Tartu (Tartu, Estonia), 8 June, 2019.
“Relicts Of (Another) Future?: Afterlife of the ‘Soviet City’ in the Caucasus and Central Asia,” paper presented at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography (Leipzig, Germany), 3 June, 2019.
“Southeastern Turkey as a ‘Mnemonic Cell of Resistance’ ?: Vehicles of Local Memory and the Armenian Genocide (1915-1916),” paper presented at the international conference We Will Live After Babylon. Armenische und jüdische Existenzerfahrung zwischen. Vertreibung, Exil und Vernichtung, European Institute of Jewish Music (Hannover, Germany), 25 February, 2019.
“Bridging Memories in a Contested Geography: Eastern Turkey. Western Armenia. Northern Kurdistan”, ASP annual public lecture, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, United States), 23 January, 2019.
“Hafıza ve Nisyan: Hatırlayamadıklarımız,” talk held (in Turkish) at the Anka Cultural Center (Van, Turkey), 10 December, 2018.
“Amboghjatsnelov antsayly. Haykakan, turkakan yev krdakan badumnery,” talk held (in Armenian) at the Heinrich Böll Foundation (Yerevan, Armenia), December, 2017.
“Fatally-Tied Together – The Kurds, the Armenian Genocide and the Question of Perpetrator- and Victimhood,” paper presented at the Workshop in Armenian and Turkish Studies (WATS), spearheaded by the University of Michigan (Potsdam, Germany), 17 September, 2017.
“The Lake Van region in oral history accounts from Armenia and Turkey”, paper presented at the Hrant Dink Conference The Social, Cultural and Economic History of Van and the Region (Istanbul, Turkey), 11 November, 2016.
“From Adana to Yerevan via Beirut”, paper presented at the conference Migrations, Refugees and Global Justice – Comparative Perspectives in Societies of Migration, University of California and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Berlin, Germany), September 8, 2016.
“Vehicles of Local Memory and Remembering Beyond the State: Insights from the Kurdish and Armenian case”, lecture at the Shoah Foundation (Los Angeles, USA), 15 February, 2016.
“Van & Bitlis between Western Armenia and Northern Kurdistan – Collective Memory between National Myth and Multi-Collectivity”, paper presented at the International Graduate Conference on Armenian Studies, University of California (Los Angeles, USA), 12 February, 2016.
“Genocide Memorialization beyond the Ethno-National Divide: Bridging Memories of Armenians, Kurds and Turks in Van, Mush, and Sasun”, paper presented at the Conference Holocaust and Genocide, Clark University (Worcester, USA), 10 April, 2015.
“Iraq at the crossroads of Iranian-Ottoman history - the intellectual encounter of Adib ul-Mulk and Reshid Pasha Gozluklu“, paper accepted for the Symposia Iranica, Cambridge University (Cambridge, UK), invited.
“1915 im Narrativ einer turkophonen, armenischen Familie aus Kilikien“, paper presented (in German) at the Leibniz-workshop Lokale Geschichte(n), (Macht-)Politik und die Suche nach historischer Authentizität (Center of Modern Oriental Studies Berlin, Germany), February 27, 2015.
"Turkophone, Armenian Cilician and Ottoman officer? - A question of loyalty, atrocity and the Great War"; paper presented at the international history conference Not all quiet on the Ottoman fronts - neglected perspectives of a global war, 1914 - 1918 (Istanbul, Turkey), April 10, 2014.
- Oral History workshop on multigenerational memory in Central Asia; University of Central Asia, Naryn, Kyrgyzstan
- Curriculum and design of the M.A. Programme in the Department of Armenian Studies, Pázmány Péter Catholic University Budapest and Armenia State Pedagogical University Yerevan
- German: native speaker
- English: near-native fluency (C2)
- Turkish: near-native fluency (C2)
- Russian: fluent (C1)
- Farsi/Dari/Tajik (Persian): fluent (C1)
- Armenian: advanced (B2)
- Kurdish (Kurmanji): intermediate (B1)
- Arabic (Levantine dialect): basic (A2)
- Kyrgyz: basic (A2)
- Spanish: basic (A2)
- Ottoman Paleography: reading knowledge