Robert Sukiasyan

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Keywords: Genocide, History

Robert Sukiasyan, Ph.D. from Yerevan State University is a researcher at the UNESCO Chair for the Prevention of Genocide and Other Atrocities. In his work, he focuses on genocidal deportations, particularly those carried out during the Armenian Genocide. Currently, he is a Fulbright Visiting scholar at the Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA and a fellow at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University. Memory, oral history, cartography, and digital humanities are among his primary research interests. His ongoing project is a micro-level study of the 1915 Armenian genocide deportations of Sepastia/Sivas province which aims to digitally map each deportation station, and follow through the fate of each deportation caravan.