Professor Ataöv's Bloomington seminar will be held on March 9, 2009 at:

Indiana University Kelly Business School

Room BU 736 1309

East Tenth St.,

Bloomington, IN, 47405

The event is organized jointly by ATA-IN University of Indiana-Bloomington Turkish Student Association. The seminar will start 5:30 PM. 

Professor Ataöv's Atlanta seminar will be held at Georgia Tech Instructional Center, room 213, on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 from 7 PM to 9 PM. 

RSVP is required: Please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and include your name and phone number.  

The seminar is jointly organized by Turkish Student Organization at Georgia Tech, Georgia Turkish American Advocacy Group, and Turkish American Cultural Association of Georgia with support of The Federation of Turkish American Associations



Professor Ataöv's Chicago seminar will be held at Northwestern University - Kellogg (downtown), Room 250, 340 E. Superior St, Chicago, IL, 60611 on March 6, at 6 PM. 

The event is organized jointly by TACA and FTAA.  



Professor Ataöv's Montreal seminar will be held at McGill University, 845 Sherbrooke W, Leacock Building, Hall 26, (Metro McGill) on February 20, at 7 PM. 

On the night of February 25-26, 1992, Armenian militants carried out a brutal massacre of hundreds of peaceful Azerbaijani civilians near Khojaly, (known as Xocali and Khodjaly in the Azerbaijani and Russian spellings, respectively) which used to be an Azerbaijani populated town in the Karabakh (Qarabag in Azerbaijani) region of Azerbaijan with a population of 7,000 people. The gruesome statistics indicate that 613 people had been massacred, of which 106 were women and 83 were children; 1275 taken hostage, 150 went missing; 487 people became disabled and invalid, 76 of whom are teenage boys and girls; 8 families had been completely destroyed; 25 children had lost both of their parents, 130 children had lost one of their parents; and 56 people had been killed with extreme cruelty and torture. Sharing the fate of its population, the town of Khojaly had been completely destroyed as well....

For more information, please visit the Khojaly Massacre Commemoration Site.

Professor Ataöv's New Jersey seminar will be held at Rutgers University, Busch Campus Center Room 120 AB on February 11, at 7 PM. 


Professor Ataöv's NYC seminar will be held at the Turkish Center, 821 United Nations Plaza on February 12th, at 7 PM.

Please visit www.tadf.org for more information. 


Professor Ataöv's Ithaca seminar will be held from 6 PM to 7:00 PM on February 10th, at Cornell University, Biotechnology Building, G10.

For more information, please contact ba58 at cornell dot edu. 

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