Topic: Books

Even though increasingly doubtful and scared, the internationally acclaimed photojournalist Anush Babajanyan from Yerevan, Armenia, kept returning to that “special place” whenever she could, “partly because Armenians, like me, lived[...]

WATERTOWN — On January 23, author Victoria Atamian Waterman sat down for a discussion about her new novel, Who She Left Behind, at the Watertown Public Library, with award-winning journalist[...]

One leaves Aida Zilelian’s All the Ways We Lied (Keylight Books, 2024) with the comfort of knowing that the Manoukian sisters, Kohar, Lucine and Azad, each unhappy in her own[...]

By Liz Ohanesian BURBANK, Calif. (Orange County Register) — Inside Burbank’s Republik Coffee, Lucy jumps on her hind legs as if she’s about to greet me with a hug. We’ve[...]

By Jesse Kenas Collins WATERTOWN — Over the past year, the Armenian Museum of America’s Sound Archive program has taken a giant step forward. Each month, the museum posts a[...]

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[...]

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[...]

LONDON/NY — I. B.Tauris, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, has announced the publication of  Prof. Bedross Der Matossian’s edited volume  The Armenian Social Democrat Hnchakian Party: Politics, Ideology and Transnational[...]

WATERTOWN — Author Victoria Atamian Waterman, pictured above, will speak about her new book, Who She Left Behind, at a program with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stephen Kurkjian, on Tuesday, December 12,[...]

FRESNO — The Armenian Studies Program is presenting a virtual panel discussion “In Front of the Eyes of the World: The Memoirs of Setrak Timourian” at 11 a.m. (Pacific time)/2[...]