Migration

Cosmopolitan Baku During the Soviet Period

Edited from: “Baku: From Cosmopolitan City to National Capital of Azerbaijan”
by Shamkhal Abilov, Qafqaz University

Keywords: Baku, Soviet era, proletariat, Bakintsi, Jews, Armenians, ethnic minorities, migration

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Baku as a National Capital of Independent Azerbaijan

Edited from: “Baku: From Cosmopolitan City to National Capital of Azerbaijan”
by Shamkhal Abilov, Qafqaz University

Keywords: Baku, Nagorno Karabakh War, displacement, migration, emigration, refugees, population, diversity

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The Armenian Diasporic Community of Tbilisi

Edited from: “Contesting the Religious Landscape: Social and Cultural Background of Discourses on Georgianization of the Armenian Churches in Tbilisi”
by Yulia Antonyan, Yerevan State University

Keywords: diaspora, Armenia, Tbilisi, Vardaton, Sayat Nova,Vernatun, Hayartun, churches question

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The Georgian of Fereydan

Edited from: “Fereydan, Saingilo, and the Local Construction of Cross-Border Nationality”
by Claire Kaiser,University of Pennsylvania

Keywords: Fereydan, repatriation, Soviet-Iran relations, K’axet’i

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International Relief in Transcaucasia: World War I

Edited from: “Transcaucasia and Transnational Relief and Resettlement in the Inter-War Period”
by Jo Laycock, Sheffield Hallam University

Keywords: Friends of Armenia , Near East Relief (NER), Lord Mayor’s Fund for Armenian Refugees (LMF), American Relief Administration (ARA), Armenian refugees

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Emergency Relief and ‘Temporary Measures’ in Transcaucausia in the Inter-War Period

Edited from: “Transcaucasia and Transnational Relief and Resettlement in the Inter-War Period”
by Jo Laycock, Sheffield Hallam University

Keywords: Near East Relief (NER), Friends of Armenia, the Friends (Quakers) Armenian Relief Mission, Baqubah refugees

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The Nansen Scheme

Edited from: “Transcaucasia and Transnational Relief and Resettlement in the Inter-War Period”
by Jo Laycock, Sheffield Hallam University

Keywords: Nansen Scheme, International Labour Organization (ILO), resettlement, Lord Mayor Fund (LMF)

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Kurds

Edited from: “Offences of the National Memory: Political Orientation and Ethnic Identity in the Soviet Azerbaijan”
by Shalala Mammadova, Baku State University

Keywords: Kurds, history, Soviet government, Turkey, Azerbaijan

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Why and In What Circumstances Did Catholics From Erzurum Come to Western Georgia and Partly to Northern Armenia?

Edited from: “‘Franks’: Armenian Catholics in Armenia and Georgia in the 20th Century. Preliminary Results of Historical and Oral History Studies”
by Jakub Osiecki, Pontifical University of John Paul II

Keywords: Armenian Franks, Catholics, Ottoman vilayet, Tsarists Russia

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Migration and Identity

Edited from: “(Un)Welcome Guests: Caucasus Traders in Late Soviet Leningrad and Moscow”
by Jeff Sahadeo, Carleton University

Keywords: propiska, global cities, Soviet, Azerbaijan, Brezhnev, Putin, migration, Zamandash, Mestnye, Chechens, propiska

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Ethnic Networks in the Informal Economies of Moscow

Edited from: “(Un)Welcome Guests: Caucasus Traders in Late Soviet Leningrad and Moscow”
by Jeff Sahadeo, Carleton University

Keywords: ethnoscape, ethnic, Azerbaijan, friendship of the peoples, Moscow, bounded solidarity

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