“The Caucasus is in the hands of revolutionaries”: Circulation, Connections, and Caucasian Armenians

Houri Berberian

ARISC Caucasus Connections

4-5 April 2014

Indiana University

South Caucasus

  • As crossroads
  • As center of cultural reception and transmission
  • As nest of revolution
  • Local and regional particularities of the Caucasus at the turn of the twentieth century in conjunction with globally experienced developments
  • Armenian revolutionaries flowing between the Caucasus, Iran, and Ottoman Empire as ideal subjects of study to understand circulation and connection

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