As part of its ongoing events dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute (AGMI) presented four new works, two of them in English, today in Yerevan.
The Ararat-Eskijian Museum and National Association for Armenian Studies and Research will present an illustrated talk by Aline Ohanesian, author of “Orhan’s Inheritance,” on Sunday September 20th, 2015, at 4PM.
The Armenian world was shattered by the 1915 genocide. Thousand of lives were lost, families were displaced and the narrative threads that connect them to their own past and homelands were forever severed.
Verzihan Ziflioglu, a writer and correspondent for the Turkey-based Armenian newspaper, Agos, has released a new book on Turkey’s hidden Armenians titled, “Story of Armenians of Purgatory.”
In her new book, Rumor, poet Silva Merjanian unpacks and explores the many layers of the human experience with poetry that one reviewer describes as “shocking, tender and to the point.”
The Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society of Eastern United States is pleased to announce the winner of the third Minas and Kohar Tölölyan Prize in Contemporary Literature.
The Foundation for Research on Armenian Architecture has published a new book, “Genocide after Genocide”, which it hopes will contribute to the struggle against cultural genocide in Turkey.
An engrossing and high-spirited story, “The Legend of V: The Solar System’s Prophesies,” by Varak Kaloustian, is a captivating cavalcade of adventure
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