Topic: Books

PARIS — Say you are visiting Estonia and get the yen for yalanchi. Robin Koulaksezian has you covered. You have your choice of Sevan Grill, Noy Grill and Zangezur Grillbar in downtown Tallinn. Similarly, yearning for some khorovats in[...]

WATERTOWN — Hagop Sarkissian of Watertown died on September 14, 2020, at Seasons Hospice in Milton. He was 87. He is survived by daughter Sharon Hekimian and her husband Gregory Hekimian; son Robert Sarkissian and his wife Audrey Dow;[...]

PARIS – Among other notable historical anniversaries with significance for Armenians, this year brings the 65th anniversary of the pogroms in Istanbul on September 6-7, 1955. They had an important impact on the ethnic makeup of Istanbul[...]

SAN DIEGO — Author and composer George Kirazian’s novella, A Time for Fathers, has been released by Laurel Publications and is available on Amazon.com. In the short novel, Doug Foster, 14, is fed-up staying with his moody aunt and[...]

YEREVAN/LYON – Maxime K. Yevadian is a historian and specialist in medieval and ancient Armenian culture. Born in 1979 in Fréjus (France), Yevadian holds the chair of Armenology at the Catholic University of Lyon. He works on the[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Dr. Stefan Ihrig will give an online talk titled “The Armenian Genocide and the 20th Century” on Sunday, August 30, at 5 p.m. (Eastern US time). The talk is co-sponsored by the Ararat-Eskijian Museum, the National[...]

PARIS — In 2018, the first edition of Little Armenias was published in French. It’s like a Lonely Planet travel guide book, but for the Armenian Diaspora. One by one, the book presents the Armenian communities in 101 countries,[...]

BERLIN — On April 24, 1915, the Young Turk regime rounded up hundreds of Armenians, intellectuals, artists, writers, teachers, religious leaders, community elders in what Prof. Tessa Hofmann has called “elitocide.” It was the alarm[...]

FRESNO — Dr. Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara T. Oztemel Associate Professor of Armenian Art Department of Art History at Tufts University, will give a virtual presentation on “Ani Cathedral, its Sculpture, and its[...]

LONDON — Author Serge Momjian in June released his most recent book, titled Tigranes the Great: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Empire. Tigranes the Great ruled the Kingdom of Armenia from 95 to 55 BC. He formed a close alliance with[...]