Thursday, February 13, 2020, 7:30-9:30 pm
395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478
A reception will take place after the program in the Shahinian Solarium.
What role does the Armenian-American press serve today? Whom does it serve? What does its future look like? Join us for lively discussion of these and other issues.
Leeza Arakelian, Assistant Editor, Armenian Weekly
Alin Gregorian, Editor, Armenian Mirror-Spectator
Stephen Kurkjian, Pulitzer Prize winner, Boston Globe and NAASR Board Member
NAASR Board Member Stepan Piligian
Early Armenian immigrants created institutions in their new hometowns in America—among them churches, clubs, and political organizations which became focal points of Armenian-American life. Serving no less an important role were the newspapers they established which became a vital forum for the exchange of ideas, news from the old country, world events, community politics, and much more.
The Armenian-American press has endured and evolved over the past 125 years and more, reflecting and shaping the community it serves. Today, as all print media struggle for their existence, Armenian-American outlets face the same challenges as well as others unique to their market.
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research - NAASR / Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Lecture Series on Contemporary Armenian Issues
AGBU Young Professionals, Boston
AYF Greater Boston “Nejdeh” Chapter
Tekeyan Cultural Association of Boston
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