Topic: Armenian Studies

LOS ANGELES — One simple — yet key — question set into motion 30 years of research: how many Armenians were actually massacred during the Armenian Genocide? This question was posed to Dr. Sarkis Karayan in 1971, when he was serving[...]

HALLE-WITTENBERG, Germany — It is a unique institution in the country, the only center specializing in Armenian studies, Armenology. When the Mesrop Arbeitsstelle für Armenische Studien (Mesrop Center for Armenian Studies) at the Martin[...]

BOSTON – A pioneering all-day workshop at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on Saturday, April 7, is scheduled to bring together an international cast of scholars to assess the current state of Armenian women’s, gender[...]

WORCESTER — For more than a century, Turkey has denied a role in organizing the Armenian Genocide. In his new book, Killing Orders: Talat Pasha’s Telegrams and the Armenian Genocide, Turkish historian and Clark University’s Prof.[...]

FRESNO — On, December 6, the Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) Executive Council held its first meeting. Executive Council officers were elected with Bedross Der Matossian (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) as the new SAS President. Also[...]

FRESNO — The Armenian Studies Program will hold an international conference exploring the topic of “Armenians, Greeks, and Kurds: A People’s History of the Ottoman Empire” to be held on Friday, September 22, and Saturday, September[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — In the first six months of the year, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) and the Knights of Vartan Fund for Armenian Studies (FAS) have awarded 20 grants to scholars from around the world.[...]

TAMPA, Fla. — During the week of February 13-17, Peter Balakian will be Distinguished Scholar in Residence and will be visiting classes in the departments of English, Sociology, Africana Studies and the Honors College at the University[...]