The following is a part I of a translation of Aksel Bakunts’ “In Akar” by Nairi Hakhverdi. The story follows a poor young girl who is forced into marriage, gets
The following is a never-before-published English translation of one of Shushanik Kurghinian’s poems. It is appearing here for the first time, as part of a series written in honor of
The Armenian Nation is a complex and curious one. Where once regarded as disjointed, the nation should be characterized as Homeland and Diaspora in constant communion with one another. Armenia
By Emily Haas, Paige Prince and Henni Alpermann. Emily Haas, Paige Prince and Henni Alpermann all met as volunteers in Armenia’s Vayots Dzor Marz. After spending much time with women
By Lorky Libaridian and Edgar Martirosyan The recent passage of the French bill criminalizing genocide denial in France has caused massive rejoicing across the Armenian nation both at home and abroad.
The following unabridged essay was written by Dr. Jirair Libaridian, who holds the Alex Manoogian Chair in Modern Armenian History at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Libaridian previously served