When 'We' Don't Want to Know About 'Them.'

September 2010
Nieman Reports;Fall2010, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p40
In the article, the author discusses the Armenian diaspora to the cities of Paris, France and New York, among others. She cites the challenges that she confronted in researching for her report due to her being Turkish and her subjects are Armenian-Americans. Her collaboration with her editor Semin Gumusel and correspondent Richard Giragosian, who reported from Yerevan, Armenia is also cited.


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