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Unpacking Armenian Studies

Oct 24, 2020

The Institute presents audio of ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN AT WAR - a series of public conversations with scholars, journalists, and government officials to give context to ongoing escalation in Artsakh/Karabakh.

The third series in the conversation, entitled “Armenia's Borders: Tavush Everyday” features Institute...


Oct 17, 2020

The Institute presents audio of ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN AT WAR - a series of public conversations with scholars, journalists, and government officials to give context to ongoing escalation in Artsakh/Karabakh.

The second series in the conversation, entitled “Turkey & Russia — Friend or Foe?” features Institute...


Oct 10, 2020

The Institute presents audio of ARMENIA AND AZERBAIJAN AT WAR - a series of public conversations with scholars, journalists, and government officials to give context to ongoing escalation in Artsakh/Karabakh. The first conversation, entitled "Security or Democracy — A False Dichotomy?," features Robert Avetisyan,...


Oct 3, 2020

Karabakh or Artsakh? Where do all the different names for this region come from? In this episode of Language Therapy, Dr. K talks to historian George Bournoutian, an expert on the history of Armenia and the Caucasus, to discuss the historical, political, and linguistic legacies of this region's various place...


Sep 18, 2020

Armenians in Turkey — Dr. Ari Şekeryan, raised in Istanbul, is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan, studying the minority-majority relations in the final years of the Ottoman Empire. He talks to Institute Director Salpi Ghazarian about the role of newspapers and churches in the vision for a united...