Topic: Armenology

By Arthur Hagopian JERUSALEM — The advent of Christianity and its adoption as a state religion by Armenia provided an unparalleled opportunity for the resurgence of artistic fervor among the newly converted, resulting in the creation of[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dr. Christina Maranci’s 2015 book Vigilant Powers: Three Churches of Early Medieval Armenia (Brepols) became the first recipient of the Karen Gould Prize of the Medieval Academy of America (MAA) in January. According[...]

LOS ANGELES — The Society for Armenian Studies announced recently the recipients of its 2016 “Best Conference Paper Award.” Recognized are co-winners Jennifer Manoukian for her paper “Translating the Colloquial Armenian of[...]