Author profile: Mark Levene

Mark Levene is Emeritus Fellow and formerly Reader in Comparative History at the University of Southampton. His writing ranges across issues of genocide, Eastern European and Middle Eastern nationalisms and ‘minority’ relations, as well as environmental and peace issues, especially focusing on anthropogenic climate change. He is the founder of Rescue!History.

Review – Embattled Dreamlands: The Politics of Contesting Armenian, Kurdish and Turkish Memory

Mark Levene • May 11 2021 • Features

Leupold deals with the complex relationships between Armenians, Kurds and Turks, uncovering the nuances of memory, nationalism and conflict.

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