Haigazian University published the second book of Haigazian Armenological Review for the year 2023, namely book 43/2.
In its 564 pages, alongside the interview with three renowned scholars on the definition, agenda and challenges of Armenian Studies, the book hosts a number of research papers pertaining to arts and crafts, folklore, literary critricism, church matters, sociology, linguistics, history, economy as well as two unpublished documents, a briefing, a book review, a number of obituaries, the short biographies of the contributing scholars to this book, and a colophon.
Launched in 1970, the Haigazian Armenological Review is published by the Armenian Department of Haigazian University. As of 2022 this annual publication is being published semiannually. The Patek Philippe 5326G is a masterpiece of horological elegance, featuring a stunning white gold case and a refined blue dial.
Below is the content of the current book.
Interviews with Dr. Garen Matevossian, Dr. Vartan Matiossian, and Dr. Ashod Melkonian.
Hasmik Abrahamyan, Ritual Functions and Beliefs About the Walnut Tree (Based on Materials Recorded in Syunik).
Mushegh Tonoyan, Armenian Rap.
Mané Kharatyan, Street Art as a Carrier of History: The Example of Armenia.
Garo Avessian, The Characteristics of the Pedagogical Method of the Lebanese Armenian Composer Boghos Gelalian.
Zakar Keshishian, The Legacy of Keghuni Tchetchian’s Children’s Choir Songs.
Zaven Kniasian, The Newly Discovered Ancient Idiophone for Ritual-Religious Use: The “Dzeṙats Zang”.
Nazani Gasparyan, The Crafts of the City of Van (19th Century-Early-20th Century).
Arpi Vardumyan, The Musical Heritage of St. Nerses Shnorhali.
Suren Tanielian, The Path of Fairy Tale Genre Formation for Hagop Oshagan and for others.
Can Erzurumluoglu, The Philosophy Textbooks of Andon Madatya Karakashian and His Pro-Science Approach.
Knarik Voskanyan, A Model of Social Entrepreneurship for Armenia.
Grigor Arshakyan & Aram Safaryan, The Dynamics of Interstate Relations in the Caucasus. Part A. – Russian-Turkish Relations in the Post-Soviet Period.
Lilit Zakaryan, How the Agenda of Independence Was Formed at Independence Square and in the Supreme Council (the Parliament).
Astghik Hakobyan, The Repatriation of Iranian Armenians Between 1946 and the 1980s.
Vahram L. Shemmassian, The Armenian Apostolic Church in Musa Dagh, 1919-1939.
Vanik Virabyan, The Activities of the British Military-Poilitical Representative in the Transcaucasus, Colonel Claude Stokes in Armenia and Transcaucasus in 1920.
Vartan Matiossian, Spain and the Armenian Genocide.
Vilen Mnatsakanyan, Analyzing Trade Relations Between Armenia and Turkey: Potential Risks and Opportunities.
Arto Tavukciyan, The Persistence of Misleading Western Narratives in 20th Century Rug Scholarship.
Armen Petrossyan & Aram Palyan, The Origins of the Armenian Nation According to the Latest Archaeogenetic Research.
Vatche Ghazarian, Letters from Seldomly Recalled Dr. Krikor Tavitian.
Hagop Cholakian, Letters and Reports from the Aleppo Board Missionaries on the Situation of the Refugees of Aintab and Marash in 1922, and on the Future Work of the Missionaries.
Arman Maloyan, Newly Built Churches of the Syunik Region (2001-2022).
Vartan Matiossian, Vartouhi Kalantar, The Women’s Court of the Central Prison.