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Manjikian: Beads Exposed

Once forcefully displaced, as post-genocide diasporans, we keep travelling across borders, moving from city to city and, in the process, establishing and sustaining multiple transnational networks and connections within professional and personal spheres. It’s just […]

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Manjikian: When Beads Unite

Another April. Another swirl of genocide-related events, commemorations, and exhibits. Yet another year of denial. And alongside the political speeches and keynote speakers, every year the almost hundred-year-old black and white archival images resurface. I […]

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Borderline Beads

I have a fascination with borders. Movement, escape, freedom, confinement, walls, death, the Rio Grande River, and legal and illegal crossings, are just some of the realities that hover around and on borders. Generally, a […]