Mardigian Library Open by Appointment
Mardigian Library Open by Appointment

Event Videos

Debunking Myths On the Road to A Sustainable Armenia: A Discussion About Leadership, Cynicism, and Priorities

Debunking Myths On the Road to A Sustainable Armenia: A Discussion About Leadership, Cynicism, and Priorities

Join Dr. Irina Ghaplanyan, author of Post-Soviet Armenia: the New National Elite and the New National Narrative, for a discussion about leadership, cynicism, and priorities. This is the third program in the What’s Next series of discussions on the post-war Armenian Reality.

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Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish and Azerbaijani Relations Since 1839

Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish and Azerbaijani Relations Since 1839

The lessons Dr. Pamela Steiner has taken about what might be needed to achieve something positive among Armenians, Turks and Azerbaijanis is pulled together in her recent interdisciplinary book, Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish and Azerbaijani Relations Since 1839.

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Poets In Conversation: Shahé Mankerian & Susan Barba

Poets In Conversation: Shahé Mankerian & Susan Barba

A conversation with poets Shahé Mankerian and Susan E. Barba, with participation from students of the St. Gregory and M. Hovsepian School in Pasadena, California.

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The Vishap: From Fairy Tale to Reality

The Vishap: From Fairy Tale to Reality

Illustrated lecture on documenting and preserving the dragon-stones of Armenia from the 2nd millennium BCE by Dr. Arsen Bobokhyan— PI of this project

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Reproducing the Resurrection: From European Prints to Armenian Manuscripts

Reproducing the Resurrection: From European Prints to Armenian Manuscripts

In this illustrated talk, Sylvie L. Merian, Ph.D., explains the reasons for the late usage in Armenian artistic traditions of Resurrection iconography in which Christ is shown emerging from the tomb, demonstrate what inspired the artists, and show how this iconography became common in numerous other artistic media for centuries.

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