Oral History Resources and Collections

Find below a diverse range of academic and scholarly resources including books and academic publications on Human Rights and Genocide Studies, webinars, and other Oral History archives.

Zoryan Institute Publications

Print books on human rights, diaspora, and genocide studies.


Online Books

E-books on human rights and genocide studies.


The Diaspora Collection:
A series of publications focused on specific diaspora groups tackling their unique themes, trends and characteristics.


Journals Available to access through the AGBU Papazian Library e-Resources:
Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies 

Genocide Studies International 

Free Academic Resources on the Conflict Over Nagorno-Karabakh



Access the recordings of webinar series on Oral History, Human Rights and Genocide Studies by Zoryan Institute in the links below:

Oral History Webinars

Genocide and Human Rights Webinar Series Summer 2022


Books Available at AUA's AGBU Papazian Library

Browse and search for print collections held at AUA's AGBU Papazian Library in the Library Catalog.

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Other Oral History Archives