BREMEN, Germany — It is not only his family and friends who have reason to congratulate Helmut Donat on his 75th birthday; members of the Armenian community everywhere should join in as well. As a publisher, he has done more to educate[...]

LONDON —  Filmmaker Ani Hovannisian was invited to speak and share her documentary, “The Hidden Map,” in the British Parliament on March 23. The gathering was attended by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Armenia, with invited[...]

BOSTON (Art New England) — Something beautiful and powerful emerged from the Big Dig, Boston’s largest and most expensive, urban renewal project of the 20th century — the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, a gorgeous greenspace where[...]

In Three Apples Fell from The Sky (Oneworld, 2020), author Narine Abgaryan takes us to the heart of Maran, a village perched on a cliff in the Armenian highlands, at the farthest end of Manish-Kar. Abgaryan brings this isolated mountain[...]

SYDNEY (PanARMENIAN.Net) — A monument was unveiled this week in Sydney’s Northern Beaches dedicated to the lives of past, present and future Armenians. The eight-meter-high monument was unveiled at the Frenchs Forest Bushland Cemetery,[...]

LOS ANGELES — Chief Trial Counsel George Cardona of the State Bar of California said on April 5 to the LA Times that the agency was taking a fresh look at attorney conduct in Armenian Genocide insurance reparations cases following a[...]

WATERTOWN — After a period of expansion, Armenian studies in the United States appeared to have entered a slump or slow period. This seems to be changing again, with the establishment of new academic centers, chairs and programs,[...]

LOS ANGELES — Brian S. Kabateck, Class Counsel in Armenian Genocide insurance litigation in 1999 and 2005, on April 4 offered an open invitation to the Armenian Bar Association to conduct a thorough investigation into the handling of the[...]

By Matt Hamilton and Harriet Ryan LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Times) — Four influential California lawmakers called this week for an investigation into a $17.5-million class-action settlement on behalf of Armenian genocide victims that a[...]

ANN ARBOR, MI – On Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m., the Center for Armenian Studies at the University of Michigan is hosting actress, performer, producer, and civil rights activist Arsinée Khanjian and Marie-Aude Baronian, Associate[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian National Committee of Eastern Massachusetts is hosting a commemorative event, entitled “Genocide Education in the 21st Century: Empowering the Next Generation to Lead from Boston to Burundi.” The event will[...]