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Assyrian Studies Association

The Assyrian Studies Association (ASA) promotes interest in and academic study of the longue durée of the Assyro-Mesopotamian heritage through supporting research, scholarly publications, and collaborative projects. It facilitates contact and exchange of information between scholars, academic organizations, and communities across various disciplines. ASA functions as an instrument to advance studies on the Assyrian people and their culture on an academic level and beyond.

UPCOMING
EVENTS

Join our panel of experts to discuss multiple sites in Simele, Iraq that are believed to contain the remains of victims of the 1933 Simele Massacre. 

Join us for a talk with artist Ninos De Chammo to discuss his various art pieces that focus on the theme of Assyrian Genocide, Migration and Diaspora. 

NEWS &
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Applications are now closed for the Children's & Popular Book Grant.

August 7 marks Assyrian Genocide Remembrance Day, and the Assyrian Studies Association partnered with fellow Assyrian community organizations & allies to jointly sign a letter calling on the Iraqi authorities to recognize the Simele Massacre of 1933.

ABOUT US

The Assyrian Studies Association promotes interest in and scholarly study of Assyrians and Assyria. It provides means for the publication of scholarly research and other materials designed to promote Assyrian studies. It promotes cooperative activities and exchange of information within the field and facilitates contact between scholars and scholarly organizations. 

ADDRESS

21200 Owensmouth Ave P.O. Box 632

Woodland Hills, CA 91365

 

info@assyrianstudiesassociation.org

EIN# 83-1163287

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