“Shushi: Mental Maps” is an interdisciplinary research project on the memory of the Armenian population of Shushi, forcibly displaced after the war in Nagorno Karabakh in autumn 2020. The stories about the daily life of the urban space of Shushi are presented in the context of traumatic memory, which was revived by interviews with IDPs and their mental maps.
Editor-in-chief - Tigran Amiryan
Editorial Staff E. - Karapetyan, S .Kalantaryan
Translators - Hovhannes Galstyan, Hayarpi Papikyan, Sona Kalantaryan
Proofreaders - Mary Sargsyan, Samson Martirosyan
Cover design - Harutyun Tumaghyan
Designer of maps and digitalization of the mental maps - Harutyun Tumaghyan
Layout design - Klim Grechka
Foreword E. Karapetyan
The City of Smoking Samovars. Home in Shushi, Shushi as Home Gohar Stepanyan
People of Shushi
Shushi: The Landscape of Traumatic Memory (1920 – 2020) Nona Shahnazaryan
Memory Lines: Notes on Shushi’s Mental Maps Tigran Amiryan
This book was created within the framework of a project implemented in cooperation with the “Cultural & Social Narratives Laboratory” NGO and the Heinrich Boell Foundation Yerevan Office― South Caucasus Region.
The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of Cultural and Social Narratives Laboratory NGO and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the Heinrich Boell Stiftung Yerevan Office – South Caucasus Region.