Topic: Armenian Studies

CÁDIZ, Spain — Anahit Margaryan, a doctoral student at the University of Cádiz, is currently in the final stages of establishing the  Hispano-Armenian Center at her university, which has a[...]

By Beka Kobakhidze Special to the Mirror-Spectator The greatest historian of the Caucasus, the founding father of the historiography of the first republics of Transcaucasia, Richard Hovannisian, has passed away.[...]

LOS ANGELES — Richard G. Hovannisian was a titan in the field of Armenian Studies — an academic discipline that he shaped with his groundbreaking scholarship and professionalism. He died[...]

WASHINGTON — Professor Christina Maranci, Harvard University Mashtots Professor of Armenian Studies, presented an engaging illustrated lecture titled “Armenia and the World in Art and Culture” on March 23. This[...]

WATERTOWN — Professor Christina Maranci was appointed to the Mashtots Chair in Armenian Studies at Harvard last summer, and the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), which helped[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — One of the most constant presences in the history of the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) has been Yervant Chekijian. Chekijian served as a[...]

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Christina Maranci, the longtime professor of Armenian art history at Tufts University, was appointed to the historic Mashtots Chair in Armenian Studies at Harvard University this past[...]

ANN ARBOR, MICH. — One of the most prominent positions in the field of Armenian Studies in America has a new occupant. On July 22, the Center for Armenian Studies[...]

By Jonathan Riggs WESTWOOD, Calif. (newsroom.ucla.edu) — The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Division of Humanities has received a $1.2 million bequest from the estate of siblings George and[...]

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Dickran Toumajan entered into eternal rest on Thursday morning, April 7, 2022 after a short battle with cancer. A loving husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle and friend,[...]