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Contributors

  • Editor
    Naures Atto
  • Editor
    Soner O. Barthoma
  • Contributor
    Ugur Umit Ungor
  • Contributor
    Florence Hellot-Bellier
  • Contributor
    Shabo Talay
  • Contributor
    Sebastian Brock
  • Contributor
    Simon Birol
  • Contributor
    Onver A. Cetrez
  • Contributor
    Racho Donef
  • Contributor
    Abdulmesih Bar Abraham
  • Contributor
    Christophe Premat
  • Contributor
    Jan J. van Ginkel

Let Them Not Return

Sayfo – The Genocide Against the Assyrian, Syriac, and Chaldean Christians in the Ottoman Empire

Published by Berghahn Books .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Contextualizing the Sayfo in the First World War — David Gaunt, Naures Atto and Soner O. Barthoma
Chapter 1. How Armenian was the 1915 Genocide? — Ugur Umit Ungor
Chapter 2. Sayfo Genocide: The Culmination of an Anatolian Culture of Violence — David Gaunt
Chapter 3. The Resistance of Urmia Assyrians to Violence at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century — Florence Hellot-Bellier
Chapter 4. Mor Dionysios ‘Abd an-Nur Aslan: Church Leader during a Genocide — Jan J. van Ginkel
Chapter 5. Syriac Orthodox Leadership in the Post-Genocide Period (1918–26) and the Removal of the Patriarchate from Turkey — Naures Atto and Soner O. Barthoma
Chapter 6. Sayfo, Firman, Qafle: The First World War from the Perspective of Syriac Christians — Shabo Talay
Chapter 7. A Historical Note of October 1915 Written in Dayro D-Zafaran (Deyrulzafaran) — Sebastian Brock
Chapter 8. Interpretation of the ‘Sayfo’ in Gallo Shabo’s Poem — Simon Birol
Chapter 9. The Psychological Legacy of the Sayfo: An Inter-generational Transmission of Fear and Distrust — Onver A. Cetrez
Chapter 10. Sayfo and Denialism: A New Field of Activity for Agents of the Turkish Republic — Racho Donef
Chapter 11. Turkey’s Key Arguments in Denying the Assyrian Genocide — Abdulmesih Bar Abraham
Chapter 12. Who Killed Whom? A Comparison of Political Discussions in France and Sweden about the Genocide of 1915 — Christophe Premat

The Physical Object

Format Hardcover
Number of pages 274
Dimensions 9.1 x 6.1 x 0.8 inches
Weight 1.1 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library OL26314326M
ISBN 13 978-1785334986

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