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Armenian studies

Armenian studies or Armenology (Armenian: հայագիտություն, pronounced ) is a field of Humanities covering Armenian history, language and culture.

List of notable scholars

Armenian scholars

Early scholars

Modern scholars

International scholars

Armenian studies programs

Worldwide and online

In the United States

Research centers and associations

Name Location Date
Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Yerevan, Armenia 1995—
Armenology Research National Center (ARNC) Yerevan, Armenia 2008—
Armenian International Policy Research Group (AIPRG) Washington, DC and Yerevan 2006—
Armenian Library and Museum of America Watertown, MA 1985—
Armenian National Institute Washington, DC 1998—
Department of Armenian Studies Haigazian University (Beirut, Lebanon)
Division of Armenology and Social Sciences Armenian National Academy of Sciences (Yerevan)
Gomidas Institute London and Princeton, NJ 1992—
International Association for Armenian Studies (IAAS) 1983—
Society for Armenian Studies California State University, Fresno 1974—
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) Belmont, MA 1955—
Nubarian Library (La Bibliothèque Nubarian) Armenian General Benevolent Union (Paris) 1928—
Zoryan Institute Cambridge, Massachusetts and Toronto 1982—

Periodicals

Title Date Publisher Location
Azgagrakan Handes 1895—1916 Yervand Lalayan Tiflis, Shusha
Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani 1967— Yerevan State University Yerevan, Armenia
Bazmavep 1843— Mekhitarist Congregation Venice, Italy
Echmiadzin (est. as Ararat) 1868— Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin Vagharshapat, Armenia
Haigazian Armenological Review 1970— Haigazian University Beirut, Lebanon
Handes Amsorya 1887— Mekhitarist Congregation Vienna, Austria
Hask Armenological Review Holy See of Cilicia Antelias, Lebanon
Journal of Armenian Studies 1975— National Association for Armenian Studies & Research Belmont, Massachusetts
Journal of the Society of Armenian Studies 1984— California State University, Fresno Fresno, California
Lraber Hasarakakan Gitutyunneri 1940— Armenian National Academy of Sciences Yerevan, Armenia
Patma-Banasirakan Handes 1958— Armenian National Academy of Sciences Yerevan, Armenia
Revue des Études Arméniennes 1920— University of Paris Paris, France

Further reading

  • Mamigonian, Marc A. "From Idea to Reality: The Development of Armenian Studies in the U.S. from the 1890s to 1969," Journal of Armenian Studies 10/1-2 (2012-2013), pp. 153-84.
  • "Special Issue: Rethinking Armenian Studies: Past Present and Future," Journal of Armenian Studies 7/2 (Fall 2003).

External links

  • Fundamental Scientific Library of the NAS
  • A digital library on Armenian literature, language and history
  • The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research
  • UCLA: Armenian Studies
  • Armenian Studies Program, California State University, Fresno
  • Armenian Studies: Harvard University
  • Armenian Studies: Hebrew University
  • Armenian Studies: University of Michigan
  • Armenian Studies: University of São Paulo
  • Armenology Research National Center
  • http://aiea.fltr.ucl.ac.be/centres/pays.htm
  • http://www.commercemarketplace.com/home/naasr/Academic_Links.html
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