Armenian Heritage Press
NAASR established the Armenian Heritage Press in response to the need for both popular and scholarly works on Armenian topics. Over the years, the Press has issued a number of important scholarly works, memoirs, and titles of general interest. The Armenian Heritage Press is also the publisher of the Journal of Armenian Studies, edited by Marc A. Mamigonian, consisting of scholarly and popular articles on Armenian history, culture, and related subjects.
5 x 3: Fifteen Books by Three Great Armenian Writers (2013), by Paul R. Ignatius.
Aliza: An Armenian Survivor Torn Between Two Cultures (2003), by Aliza Harb with Florence Gillmore
Armenia and the Crusades: The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa (1993), edited and translated by Ara E. Dostourian. Co-published with University Press of America. Second, revised edition published by Armenian Heritage Press in 2014.
Armenian and Iranian Studies (2004), by James R. Russell. Co-published with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.
The Armenian Holocaust: A Bibliography Relating to the Deportations, Massacres, and Dispersion of the Armenian People, 1915-1923 (1980), by Richard G. Hovannisian
Armenians of Lebanon: From Past Princesses and Refugees to Present-Day Community (2010), edited by Aida Boudjikanian. Co-published with Haigazian University Press.
The Book of Flowers (2003), by Derenik Demirjian, translated with commentary by James R. Russell
Bosphorus Nights: The Complete Lyric Poems of Bedros Tourian (2006), translated with commentary by James R. Russell. Co-published with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.
A Graded West Armenian Reader: Selections from Armenian Literature (1963), edited by James Etmekjian
Hagop: An Armenian Genocide Survivor’s Journey to Freedom (2003), by Theodore Kharpertian
Hannah’s Story: Escape from Genocide in Turkey to Success in America (1990), by Hannah Kalajian, as told to Bernardine Sullivan
Hussenig: The Origin, History, and Destruction of an Armenian Town (1994), by Marderos Deranian, trans. by H. Martin Deranian
Neither To Laugh Nor To Weep (1999), by Abraham Hartunian, translated by Vartan Hartunian (3rd edition)
Notable Women in Modern Armenian Drama: An Anthology (2009), edited by Nishan Parlakian. Co-published with Armenian International Women's Association.
Now I Know in Part (2011), by Paul R. Ignatius (2nd, expanded edition)
A Picture Book of Armenian Miniatures (1968), by Robert and Zabel Der Bedrosian
The Well of Ararat (2005), by Emmanuel P. Varandyan (reprint of 1938 novel)
The Winds of Destiny (1993), by Serpoohi Christine Jafferian
Zoroastrianism in Armenia (1987), by James R. Russell. Co-published with Harvard University's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.