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Georgetown Hosts Centennial Symposium on Asia Minor Catastrophe, Sept. 17

September 2, 2022

WASHINGTON, DC – Georgetown University’s Modern Greek Studies Program and Hellenic Association host A Centennial Symposium to Memorialize and Illuminate the 1922 Asia Minor Catastrophe, Saturday, September 17, 2:30-6:30 PM, at Georgetown University’s Intercultural Center.

The event includes surprising insights on what really happened at Smyrna a century ago and why it still matters from Dr. Rouben P. AdaIlan- Armenian National Institute Director, EMBCA President Lou Katsos, Dr. Christopher Lamb- coauthor of The Gentle American, and American Hellenic Institute (AHI) President Nick Larigakis.

A screening of the acclaimed film Smyrna My Beloved, starring Mimi Denissi, Rupert Graves, and Burak Hakki, will also be held, co-sponsored by AHI, the Armenian National Institute, and the Embassy of Greece.

Sign up for the event online: https://sforce.co/3KIyV0s.

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