Topic: Society for Armenian Studies

FRESNO — The Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) announced that Houri Berberian’s Roving Revolutionaries: Armenians and the Connected Revolutions in the Russian, Iranian, and Ottoman Worlds (Oakland: UC Press, 2019) and Heghnar Zeitlian[...]

FRESNO — The Society for Armenian Studies is pleased to announce the establishment of “The Nina G. Garsoïan Graduate Research Grant for Ancient and Early Mediaeval Armenian History.” The grant of $500.00 will be awarded on an annual[...]

FRESNO — Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) member, Jirair Christianian, has launched a new website dedicated to the churches, monasteries, fortifications and other architecture of the Armenian, Greek, Georgian, Syriac, Crusader and Arab[...]

WASHINGTON — On Thursday, May 16, the Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) co-sponsored a special evening honoring Dr. Levon Avdoyan, longtime area specialist for Armenia and Georgia at the African and Middle Eastern Division of the[...]

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[...]

WASHINGTON — The Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) held a series of activities and a conference to mark its 44th Annual Meeting, held this year in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, November 18. Members were welcomed by SAS President Barlow[...]