The oral history collection of the Armenian genocide, which is one of the oldest and constantly updated projects of the Zoryan Institute, has been transferred to the Oral History Center of the Zoryan Institute-American University of Armenia.
As “Armenpress” learns from the press release of the international research and development fund “Zoryan Institute of Armenia”, the collection includes more than 750 interviews of Armenians who survived the genocide against Armenians, which are now available for students, professors, researchers and scientists.
As part of the work carried out at the Zoryan Institute-AUH Oral History Center, the students of the American University of Armenia have been entrusted with the task of transcribing and translating the interviews conducted as part of the 44 Days of the Artsakh War oral history program. In this case, the goal is the same: to translate the interviews into English and make them available to scientists and researchers around the world.
It should be noted that in 2018, the Zoryan Institute signed a memorandum of understanding with the AAU regarding the establishment of the “Zoryan Institute-AAU Oral History Center”.