Imagining Armenia : Orientalism, Ambiguity and Intervention (Cultural History of Modern War)

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Imagining Armenia : Orientalism, Ambiguity and Intervention (Cultural History of Modern War)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 258 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719078170
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This book examines how Armenia and Armenians were portrayed in Britain at a decisive moment in modern history.It illustrates how British observers represented the 'in-between' position of Armenians and considers the early development of atrocity narratives which related acts of violence and oppression by the Ottomans. It goes on to examine responses to the massacres of the Armenians during the First World War, showing how established images of Armenians were transformed in the wake of this crisis. Laycock then turns to the post-war period when attempts were made to define and establish an independent Armenian nation state in the midst of international efforts to provide for the relief and resettlement of Armenian refugees. The book ends with the long-term implications that British and international 'abandonment' of the Armenians had for their subsequent place in public memory.This book will be of interest to scholars modern British history, Armenian history and wider issues within European studies -- .

Table of Contents

List of figures                                    viii
Acknowledgements ix
List of abbreviations x
Map 1: The Armenian Republic xi
Map 2: Historical boundaries of Armenia xii
Map 3: Armenia and the Near East xiii
Introduction: From cradle of civilisation to 1
victim nation: Britain and Armenia 1875-1925
1 Imagining Armenia: otherness, orientalism and 18
ambiguity
2 The boundary of the civilised world? Images 43
of Armenia during the late nineteenth century
3 'The murder of a nation': representing the 99
Armenian genocide of 1915
4 Armenian refugees: representation, relief and 144
repatriation
5 Post-war Armenia: visions, realities and 182
responses
Conclusions: The Armenian past, present and 218
future in the British imagination
Bibliography 231
Index 253