Topic: Books

MEDFORD, Mass. — Prof. Christina Maranci of Tufts University will present her newly published book The Art of Armenia: An Introduction (Oxford University Press) at the Tufts Alumnae Lounge, 40 Talbot Ave, Medford, on Thursday, October 4,[...]

LONDON — The latest book by author Serge Momjian, Gateway to Armenia: One Diasporan’s Journey in the Past and Present, is about a subject close to his heart. The book, which came out this August, is released by Heddon Publishing. The[...]

LOS ANGELES — Prof. Richard Hovannisian of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC) and Chapman University has traveled extensively in 2018 to participate in conferences dedicated to the[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — In early spring New Paths – Bridging Armenian Women (NP) launched its first successful book club meeting at the Phinix Grill with Rita Allen Balian, president of Rita B. Allen Associates, a national career[...]

New York — The Anahid Literary Award has been given to Susan Barba for her book of poems, Fair Sun. The prize is given to the best literary work in English by a young writer of Armenian descent, and is awarded by the Columbia Armenian[...]

LEWISBURG, Penn. — Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Peter Balakian, Bucknell Class of 1973, has been named the 13th Janet Weis Fellow in Contemporary Letters at Bucknell University, becoming the first Bucknell graduate to receive the honor.[...]

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.[...]

LEVERETT, Mass. – Looking for subject matter for a children’s book, artist and educator Stephen Saxenian found inspiration close to home in an autobiographical children’s story authored by his mother, writer and poet, Lucy Saxenian.[...]

Mamas Michael was the son of Armenian immigrants who survived the 1915 Armenian genocide. The family, Serop Kehyaian and Esther Shahinian, Serop’s mother Serpouhe, and Esther’s mother Mariam, came to the United States together from[...]

DAYTON, Ohio — Dawn Anahid MacKeen’s book, The Hundred-Year Walk: An Armenian Odyssey, is a finalist for the prestigious Dayton Literary Peace Prize in nonfiction. She is one of 12 authors shortlisted in nonfiction and fiction for the[...]