WORCESTER — Due to renovations to the Worcester Public Library, the Fifth Annual Exhibit sponsored by Arshavir Lodge No. 2 of the Knights Of Vartan commemorating the 104th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide will take place in the[...]

WATERTOWN —The Armenian Museum presents a new exhibition in the Adele & Haig Der Manuelian galleries that explores the intertwined lives of diplomat Diana Agabeg Apcar (1859–1937) and artist Berjouhi Kailian (1914–2014). In 1919,[...]

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama has become the 49th US state to officially recognize the Ottoman-era killings and deportations of Armenians as genocide. Kay Ivey, governor of the State of Alabama, proclaimed April 2019 as Genocide Awareness[...]

LAZIO, Italy (Panorama.am) — The Regional Council of Lazio, Italy has recognized the Armenian Genocide, one month before the commemoration of the victims of the tragedy on April 24, the Armenian community of Italy’s website reports.[...]

By Simon Callow LONDON (Guardian) — To review certain books seems like an impertinence. This is one of them. It speaks for itself with such clarity, certainty and wisdom that only one thing needs to be said: read it. And then read it[...]

BUENOS AIRES (Estacao Armenia) — Buenos Aires has given a green light to the construction of an Armenian Genocide museum in the city. The Buenos Aires legislature voted 54 to 2 last week to approve at second reading a bill that enables[...]

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Eminent Byzantinist and historian Dr. Speros Vryonis, Jr. passed away on March 11 peacefully in his sleep at the age of 90. Vryonis wrote extensively on Byzantine, Balkan and Greek history. Secondarily, he[...]

DUARTE, Calif. — In commemoration of the Armenian Genocide which is recognized worldwide each year in April, the acclaimed documentary “Crows of the Desert – A Hero’s Journey through the Armenian Genocide”[...]

MEDFORD, Mass. — Tufts University, the Darakjian-Jafarian Chair in Armenian History, the Department of History, the Armenian Club at Tufts University, and the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) will sponsor[...]

HANNOVER, Germany — People of Jewish or Armenian heritage know that they share a painful history, one that deprived them of statehood and forced them into life in the diaspora over centuries. In view of this shared, but differentiated[...]

DETROIT – The world premiere of “An Armenian Trilogy,” the documentary film, will take place on April 13 and April 14 at the Detroit Free Press Film Festival, a prestigious celebration of all things film in Michigan. Last[...]