2004 Posted on 22 Jun 11:47

February 12: Illustrated lecture by Philip Ketchian: “Climbing Mt. Ararat: Then and Now.”

February 26, March 4 & 11: Seminar by Dr. Barbara Merguerian and Dr. Suzanne Moranian, “American Power and Armenian Destiny: A Fateful Century, 1819-1927.”

April 21: Illustrated lecture by Dr. Harutyun Marutyan: “The Genocide and Armenian National Identity During the Karabagh Movement.” Co-sponsored by NAASR and the Zoryan Institute.

April 23: Film Screening: Germany and the Secret Genocide, directed by Dr. J. Michael Hagopian. At Belmont High School auditorium.

May 20: Lecture by Dr. Taner Akçam: “From Empire to Republic: Turkish Nationalism and the Armenian Genocide.” At Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, Starr Auditorium. Co-sponsored by NAASR, the Zoryan Institute, and the Mashtots Chair of Armenian Studies, Harvard University.

June 24: Lecture by Harry Parsekian, “Roots of an Armenian American.”

September 9: Illustrated lecture by Philip Ketchian: “Climbing Mt. Ararat: Then and Now.” At Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Church, Providence, RI. Co-sponsored by the Armenian Historical Association of Rhode Island.

September 30: Lecture by Dr. Ara Dostourian on “Armenian Christianity in the Context of World Christianity.”

October 7: Lecture by Lina Yacubova on “Assyrians and Armenians: Insights from Armenian Sources.”

October 9: Seminar by Dr. Gerard J. Libaridian on “Armenia Today: Problems and Prospects.”

October 21: Lecture by Dr. Knarik Avakian on “Armenian Immigration to the U.S.: Evidence from the Constantinople Patriarchate.”

November 4: An Evening with David Kherdian and Nonny Hogrogian

November 13: 50th Annual NAASR Assembly of Members, luncheon lecture by Prof. Merrill Peterson, University of Virginia, on “Starving Armenians: America and the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1930 and After.”

December 2: Illustrated lecture by Rouben Galichian on “Historic Maps of Armenia.”

December 9: Illustrated lecture by Rouben Galichian on “Historic Maps of Armenia,” at the Armenian Euphrates Evangelical Church, Providence, RI. Co-sponsored by NAASR and the Armenian Historical Association of Rhode Island.