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Unpacking Armenian Studies

Jan 23, 2019

Running an Armenian publishing house in Turkey is a challenge, on many fronts. Rober Koptas is editor-in-chief of the Aras Publishing House, co-founded in 1993 by Hrant Dink, Mkrtich Margosyan and Yetvart Tovmasyan. Aras publications are bridges between the Armenian experience and the Turkish readership. Rober Koptas...

Jan 17, 2019

Anna Ohanyan was the first generation of post-independence young academics to leave Armenia and continue her studies in the United States. She studies non-traditional, many-sided conflicts and complicated geopolitical agendas in the Caucasus and in the Balkans.

Anna Ohanyan is the Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished...

Jan 9, 2019

Armenian-ness, identity, exclusion, diasporas, homeland-diaspora relations are both personal and academic questions for Dr. Kristin Cavoukian of the University of Toronto.

Join Salpi Ghazarian, Director, USC Institute of Armenian Studies, in this episode of Unpacking Armenian Studies.

To learn more about the USC...

Jan 3, 2019

Amid slow change in Gyumri, the metal containers still stand, failing to resist rust and decay any longer, as reminders of the earthquake that buried my parents’ youth and the future and promise of an entire generation.

In this episode of The Quake, the USC Institute of Armenian Studies's Chitjian Researcher Archivist...