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Event Videos — #Society for Armenian Studies

SAS Webinar Series We are All Armenian: Voices from the Diaspora ~ Friday, May 18, 2024

SAS Webinar Series We are All Armenian: Voices from the Diaspora ~ Friday, May 18, 2024

The webinar featured brief readings from the book's contributors and a roundtable discussion.

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Armenian Manuscripts of the David and Jemima Jeselsohn Collection ~ Thursday, May 23, 2024

Armenian Manuscripts of the David and Jemima Jeselsohn Collection ~ Thursday, May 23, 2024

Armenian Manuscripts of the David and Jemima Jeselsohn Collection is devoted to the five Armenian codices in the Jeselsohn collection in Zurich.

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REMEMBERING PROFESSOR RICHARD G. HOVANNISIAN: Looking Back, Moving Forward ~ Saturday, April 6, 2024

REMEMBERING PROFESSOR RICHARD G. HOVANNISIAN: Looking Back, Moving Forward ~ Saturday, April 6, 2024

This all day symposium is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the life and legacy of UCLA Professor Richard G. Hovannisian who was a faculty member at UCLA for over 50 years and was the first holder of the Armenian Educational Foundation Professorial Chair in Modern Armenian History, now named in his honor. 

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Early Modernity & Mobility: Port Cities and Printers Across the Armenian Diaspora, 1512-1800

Early Modernity & Mobility: Port Cities and Printers Across the Armenian Diaspora, 1512-1800

Early Modernity & Mobility explores the disparate yet connected histories of Armenian printing establishments in early modern Europe and Asia. From 1512, when the first Armenian printed codex appeared in Venice, to the end of the early modern period in 1800, Armenian presses operated in nineteen locations across the Armenian diaspora.

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The Fall of Artsakh: Refugee Crisis, Existential Threat, and Uncertain Future

The Fall of Artsakh: Refugee Crisis, Existential Threat, and Uncertain Future

October 1, 2023 online panel discussion, "The Fall of Artsakh: Refugee Crisis, Existential Threat, and Uncertain Future," with a distinguished panel including Vicken Cheterian, Bedross Der Matossian, Nerses Kopalyan, Anna Ohanyan, and David L. Phillips, moderated by Marc A. Mamigonian.

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