Khatchig Mouradian is the Nikit and Eleanora Ordjanian Visiting Professor at Columbia University, and the coordinator of the Place and Memory Project at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University, New Jersey. He also serves as adjunct professor in the Philosophy Department at Worcester State University in Massachusetts.
During the Fall 2006 Semester, Mouradian served as the Henry S. Khanzadian Kazan Visiting Professor at California State University – Fresno. In 2015-2016, Mouradian was a visiting assistant professor at the Division of Global Affairs at Rutgers University. Since 2014, Mouradian has taught courses on imperialism, mass violence, human rights, concentration camps, urban space and conflict in the Middle East, and collective memory in the History and Sociology departments at Rutgers and at Worcester State University.
Mouradian holds a PhD in history from the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University and a graduate certificate in Conflict Resolution from UMass Boston.
Mouradian is the author of several articles and book chapters, including, most recently, “The Meskeneh Concentration Camp, 1915-1917: A case study of power, collaboration, and humanitarian resistance during the Armenian Genocide,” Journal of the Society of Armenian Studies, Vol. 24 (2015); and “Genocide and Humanitarian Resistance in Ottoman Syria, 1915-1916,” Études arméniennes contemporaines, Vol. 7 (2016).
In 2014, he received the Calouste Gulbenkian Armenian Studies research fellowship to study the Armenian community in China. The same year, Mouradian received the first Hrant Dink Spirit of Freedom and Justice Medal of the Organization of Istanbul Armenians.
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