Antonia Arslan, born in Padova, is an Italian author and academic of Armenian origin. She writes fiction about the Armenian genocide based on her family’s real life experience. She is the winner of over twenty literary awards for her literary work, which has been translated into English and may be ordered through any bookstore. We were fortunate enough to have Antonia with us at Emory in October 2017 and she generously interviewed with us to share what home means to her.