Topic: Armenian History

BELMONT, Mass. — The possible — and even highly probable — destruction of all the irreplaceable Armenian moments in Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh), now under Azerbaijani rule, the reasons why monuments[...]

By Gary A. Kulhanjian Special to the Mirror-Spectator I was motivated to write this tribute and remembrance of my friend and professional colleague on the 70th anniversary of her blockbuster[...]

By Harry Mazadoorian Special to the Mirror-Spectator Worshipping in the sanctuary of the Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection in New Britain, Conn., always evokes feelings of comfort and security[...]

YEREVAN/OCEAN SHORES, Australia — Peter Davidian (born in 1958) is an Australian/Armenian composer and sitar player with a musical career extending for half a century. He has studied music from[...]

By Vahan Zanoyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator “For what will profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?” — Mark 8, 36. There is[...]

LONDON/NEW YORK — I. B. Tauris, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, has announced the publication of Dr. Ben F. Alexander’s book Ararat in America: Armenian American Culture and Politics in[...]

LONDON/NY – I. B. Tauris, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, has announced the publication of an edited volume by Talar Chahinian, Sossie Kasbarian, and Tsolin Nalbantian titled The Armenian Diaspora[...]

LONDON — In the vast landscape of podcasts, a new narrative journey dedicated to one of the most famous victims of the Armenian Genocide is unfolding. Uncovering Roots, a series by[...]

By Tigran Yegavian Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — Artak Apitonian is a former diplomat who heads the Future Armenian Development Foundation, created by Ruben Vardanyan and Nubar Afeyan as[...]

FRESNO — The Armenian Studies Program announces the publication of Death Marches Past the Front Door: Clara and Fritz Sigrist-Hilty, Swiss Eyewitnesses to the Armenian Dante-Inferno in Turkey (1915-1918), by Dora[...]