Genocide Museum Announces Lemkin Scholarship

Inside the Genocide Museum in Yerevan

YEREVAN—The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute announced the 2011-2012 Lemkin Scholarship program for foreign students and Ph.D. candidates. Raphael Lemkin scholarship is intended to enable foreign students, who specialize in genocide studies, especially in the Armenian Genocide, to visit Armenia for a month to conduct research in local institutions and libraries.

The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute will provide researchers possibility to carry out their research in AGMI, including necessary research materials and consultation.
The deadline for applications is on December 1. The recipient will be selected by the Scientific Council of the AGMI on December 15.

The program is slated to being in 2012. Winners may select to carry out the program at any time in 2012 except January, February and December.

The AGMI will cover all travel and accommodation expenses related to the fellowship. Separate funding will be provided to cover per diem and research expanses.

Required documents for submission
CV or resume
Research proposal (not less than 2 pages)
List of published works (if any)
Two letters of reference
A completed application form.

The applications must be sent by post to following address RA, Yerevan, Memorial complex of Tsitsernakaberd, Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute or email us to the following E-mail:


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One Comment;

  1. Sylva-MD-Poetry said:

    Congrats who created the Idea of this scholarship…
    A Turkish nationality is preferable
    To teach his nation about what their scavengers did for Armenians …