Saturday, March, 27, 2021, at 5:30pm Eastern
In-Person Event: St. Leon Armenian Church, Abajian Hall. Masks will be required. Seating is limited. Registration is required and free.
LIVE on ZOOM. Registration is required and free.
Live stream on St. Leon Events YouTube channel.
TATUL HAKOBYAN, coordinator of the ANI Armenian Research Center
Join Tatul Hakobyan to deconstruct events leading up to and following the 44-Day War. The discussion will be in English. Conflict specialist Hakobyan will examine why the war started; what transpired on the ground; what were the surprises, if any; and why events unfolded along a trajectory of seemingly endless calamities.
Valley of Death, Hakobyan’s 360-page war diary (in Armenian) with related writings from before, during and after the war, will be available for sale along with his previously authored Karabagh Diary: Green and Black and Armenians and Turks. The latter are in English.
Tatul Hakobyan is the coordinator of the ANI Armenian Research Center, which studies contemporary Armenian issues. Between 2009 and 2021, he was an analyst at the Civilitas Foundation and for its online CivilNet broadcasts. Hakobyan has also contributed to other media outlets including The Armenian Reporter, Public Radio of Armenia, Azk, Yerkier and Ankakhutyun.
There will be limited seating for those who would like to attend in person. Masks will be required. If you opt to attend the discussion in person and subsequently change your mind, kindly advise Ara at 917 837 1297 or ara at edrcorp dot net.
For more information, call 201-791-2862.
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St. Leon Armenian Church
Click here for the flyer. Click here to purchase Tatul Hakobyan's books. View the video here.