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POSTPONED ~ ADVENTURES WITH/IN THE ARMENIAN LANGUAGE: Panel Discussion with Nancy Kricorian, Kristy Rendahl, Dahlia Elsaid, Lisa Gulesserian ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ ADVENTURES WITH/IN THE ARMENIAN LANGUAGE: Panel Discussion with Nancy Kricorian, Kristy Rendahl, Dahlia Elsaid, Lisa Gulesserian ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED NAASR Vartan Gregorian Building, Batmasian Hall (3rd Floor) 395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478 Join us for a panel discussion on the Adventures With/In the Armenian Language. FEATURING Nancy Kricorian, Kristy Rendahl, and Dahlia Elsayed MODERATED BY: Dr. Lisa Gulesserian SPONSOR National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)

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CANCELED ~ THE POLITICS OF ARMENIAN MIGRATION TO NORTH AMERICA, 1885-1915 with David Gutman in New York~ CANCELED

CANCELED ~ THE POLITICS OF ARMENIAN MIGRATION TO NORTH AMERICA, 1885-1915 with David Gutman in New York~ CANCELED

Thursday, March 25, 2020, 7:00-8:30 pm Columbia University, Knox Hall, Room 208 606 West 122nd Street, New York, NY 10027 Between 1885 and 1915, roughly eighty thousand Armenians migrated between the Ottoman Empire and North America. For much of this period, Ottoman state authorities viewed Armenian migrants, particularly those who returned to the empire after sojourns abroad, as a political threat to the empire’s security. In response, Istanbul worked vigorously to prevent Armenians both from migrating to and returning from North America. In response dense smuggling networks emerged to assist migrants in bypassing this migration ban. The dynamics that shaped the evolution...

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POSTPONED ~ ARMENIAN FILMS AT THE Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF) New York ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ ARMENIAN FILMS AT THE Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF) New York ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONEDCinema Village, 22 East 12th Street, New York, NYTHE 2020 ARMENIAN FILMS at The Socially Relevant Film Festival (SRFF), New YorkFEATURE FILMLORIK | New York Premiere Alexey Zlobin | Armenia | 2018 | 94'A lonely theater actor inhabits a world populated by his past characters as he unexpectedly he finds himself plunged into the realities of the people around him. Experiencing the pain and suffering of others, transforms him from a cynical narcissist into a compassionate and selfless person. When he inhabits the role of a rich oligarch, he exploits this new situation to reach an unexpected outcome. DOCUMENTARY SHORT...

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POSTPONED ~ GREEN REVOLUTION: Armenia's Vision to Fight Global Climate Change with the Armenia Tree Project ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONED ~ GREEN REVOLUTION: Armenia's Vision to Fight Global Climate Change with the Armenia Tree Project ~ POSTPONED

POSTPONEDNAASR Vartan Gregorian Building, Batmasian Hall (3rd Floor), 395 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478Join us for a report by the Armenia Tree Project on the outcomes of the October 2019 "Forest Summit Global Action and Armenia," which brought local and international experts together for the first time for networking and dialogues about the challenges and opportunities of Armenia's ambitious pledge to double its forest cover by 2050 as part of its commitment to the Paris Agreement. And, hear about next steps for Armenia's future forests. Moderated by: Anna Ohanyan Featuring Panelists Guy Hydrick and Jeanmarie Papelian CO-SPONSORSArmenia Tree ProjectAYF Greater Boston...

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POSTPONED ~ ISLAM IN ARMENIAN LITERARY CULTURE 7th to 21st Centuries, with Seta Dadoyan ~ POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

POSTPONED ~ ISLAM IN ARMENIAN LITERARY CULTURE 7th to 21st Centuries, with Seta Dadoyan ~ POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

POSTPONED to Fall 2020 ISLAM IN ARMENIAN LITERARY CULTURE 7th to 21st Centuries, with Seta Dadoyan Unique patterns of interaction and development distinguished the Armenian experience in the world of Islam from the beginning, yet a large body of the record in the entire Armenian literature remains not only barely studied but also unavailable to scholars in Near/Middle Eastern and interfaith studies. Based on the primary and secondary material from the 660s to the present she has gathered and made available (in her translations), professor Seta B. Dadoyan traces novel paradigms of mutual perceptions and interactions in dynamic historical development...

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