The Armenian Review Publishes Its 54th Volume

The 54th volume of the Armenian Review

WATERTOWN, Mass.—The new issue of the Armenian Review has been released in August 2014. The articles appearing in this issue range from historical and historiographical analyses to the examination of the Armenian press in Poland and the memoirs of Ruben Ter Minasian.

The 98-page issue includes:

— “The Turks and Kurds Are Our Fate: ARF Self-Defense Concepts and Strategies as Reflected in Ruben Ter Minasian’s ‘Memoirs of an Armenian Revolutionary’” by Elke Hartmann (Free University Berlin).

— “Examination of Armenian Trade Capital (16th-18th centuries) in Light of Fernand Braudel’s Civilization Theory” by Smbat K. Hovhannisyan (Yerevan State University).

— “The ARF’s Role in the Ethno-Racial Identity Development of Armenians in the Diaspora” by Viken Yacoubian (Woodbury University).

— “An Overview of Armenian Periodicals in Poland” by Dorota Skotarczak (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland).

The current issue also includes several book reviews and review essays such as: Marc Mamigonian’s review of Inanc Atilgan and Garabet Moumdjian’s “Archival Documents of the Viennese Armenian-Turkish Platform”; Christina Maranci’s book review of Edmond Y. Azadian, Sylvie L. Merian, and Lucy Ardash’s “A Legacy of Armenian Treasures: Testimony to a People”; Artsvi Bakhchinyan’s book review of E.G. Sergoyan’s “The Gathering Place: Stories from the Armenian Social Club in Old Shanghai”; Vartan Matiossian’s book review of Marc Nichanian’s “Mourning Philology: Art and Religion at the Margins of the Ottoman Empire”; and Jennifer Manoukian’s book review of Vazken Khatchig Davidian, Susan Paul Pattie, and Gagik Stepan-Sarkissian, eds., “Treasured Objects: Armenian Life in the Ottoman Empire 100 Years Ago”.

To find out more about the current, past and upcoming issues, visit the Armenian Review website at

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