Humanities

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TCPA Scholar Hagop Toghramadjian Delivers Talk on the Syrian-Armenian Experience

Since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War, approximately 22,500 Syrian Armenians have arrived in the Republic of Armenia, according to the government and UN statistics. Based on figures provided by Syrian community leaders, Toghramadjian estimated that...
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International Academic Community Celebrates AUA Professor Dr. Gregory Areshian’s Lifetime Achievements

AUA professor Dr. Gregory Areshian, an archaeologist renowned for his role in the discovery of the 6,100 year-old wine amphorae in Areni and the world’s oldest shoe, received a festschrift for his sixty-fifth birthday.
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AUA Adjunct Lecturer Zareh Tjeknavorian’s Short Film Nominated at First Hermetic International Film Festival

The First Hermetic International Film Festival is dedicated to films that explore esoteric, mystical, occult, and other hermetic spiritual themes.
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AUA’s Dr. Vahram Ter-Matevosyan Receives Doctoral Degree, Delivers Talk on Armenian-Turkish Relations in Norway

After receiving the degree, Dr. Ter-Matevosyan stated, "I am incredibly happy that this long and incredible journey towards a full doctoral degree has come to a successful end."
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AUA Alumni Asanet Aloyan (MBA ’16), Naira Avchyan (MBA ’08) and Artur Sayadyan (L.L.M ’17) Arrive at Tufts University for Fletcher School’s Tavitian Scholars Program

[Mirror Spectator] The program has an impressive array of alumni who work in mid-to-senior level positions in the office of Armenia’s president, the parliament, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Economy, and other government institutions.
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English and Communications Senior Publishes Armenian Translation of Joan Didion’s “Why I Write” in Inknagir Literary Magazine

The translation was part of Ani Baghumyan's individual project in the course Literary Translation (Spring 2016) offered to students in the Writing and Translation track.
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