Topic: History

By Isabelle Kapoian Special to the Mirror-Spectator Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, accessible online models of Armenian cultural sites can transport Armenians to the Motherland from the safety of their homes. These 3-D models are available[...]

BERLIN — When Azerbaijan attacked the Tavush region in July, Armenians everywhere responded with protest demonstrations. In Berlin, as reported in this newspaper, several cultural associations came together to organize an artistic[...]

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[...]

WATERTOWN — Project SAVE is continuing its mission of preserving the past by tapping into the latest technology. In a recent interview, Tsoleen Sarian, the executive director of the organization, said Project SAVE has just launched its[...]

By Isabelle Kapoian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — Conscientiously attributing artistic and cultural goods to their creator, culture and nation state is dependent on nuanced analyses. Dr. Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and[...]

YEREVAN — On the 100th anniversary of the signing of Treaty of Sèvres, Armenian scholars held the “Treaty of Sevres and the Armenian Question” forum at the National Academy of Sciences in Yerevan on August 10. Prime Minister Nikol[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — Armenian President Armen Sarkissian sat down with the Syrian Al-Azmenah newspaper for an exclusive interview on the Treaty of Sevres. The questions and answers below are the official translation of the published[...]

A century has passed since the signing of the Treaty of Sèvres on August 10, 1920, in the town of the same name in France. The treaty sought the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and recognized the smaller nations in the empire as well as[...]

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[...]

What happened in Cilicia after World War I can be viewed as a tragedy on its own, or as part of the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide. Either way, it was a great blow to the Armenians who had survived the World War and the efforts of the[...]