Missak Khralian's "Palahovid" is one of the most powerful first-person survivor accounts of the Armenian Genocide. Khralian survived the genocide in his ancestral village of Til, Palou, where he witnessed the destruction of the adult population and the abuse and murder of dozens of women and children. His memoir captures the enduring terror of survivors, even decades after 1915, as they realized the finality of the loss of their homeland and way of life. In this presentation, historian Ara Sarafian will discuss the Armenian Genocide in the Palou region and the significance of Khralian's memoir as a milestone in the historiography of the Armenian genocide and its aftermath. Dr. Carla Garapedian will join Mr. Sarafian as a discussant and moderator for a Q&A session.