Christopher Atamian

In a sometimes forgotten corner of Asia Minor, amid the ruins of a former Soviet republic turned capitalist hell hole, in a land where a brutish individualism has taken hold and where a handful of oligarchs live in unimagined luxury while[...]

Nigoghos Sarafian’s The Bois de Vincennes (Wayne State University Press, 2011), hailed as one of the most important texts of twentieth-century Armenian diasporic literature, transports the reader to a land that exists somewhere between[...]

NEW YORK  —  To many people, the word curate evokes images of priests in religious garb since curate is also a synonym for a man of the cloth, or else it’s easily confused with the verb “to cater.” So what does it actually mean[...]