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Armenians of Lebanon: From Past Princesses and Refugees to Present-Day Community is the Trilingual Proceedings of the Conference held in Haigazian University, Lebanon, September 12-15, 2005, and edited by Dr. Aida Boujikanian.

It includes Eight Sections that deal with: The Armenian Presence during the Crusades; Orphans and Refugee Period; The Emigration of Armenians from Lebanon to Armenia; Music, Literature, Printing: A Few Facets of a Rich Artistic and Cultural Life; Armenians at Work; Armenian Political Parties and the Issue of Genocide Recognition; The War Years(1975-1991) in Lebanon and the Various Roles Played by the Armenian of Lebanon and of the Diaspora; The Evolution of Armenia Identity, Through Recent History and the Lebanese Socio-Political System.

The Work includes 14 prominent contributors: Claude Mutafian, Hilmar Kaiser, Vergine Svazlian, Roubina Artinian, Nora Salmanian. Armen Urneshlian. Araxy Deronian, Aida Boujikanian, Shoghig Ashekian, Roupen Avsharian, Khatchig Der Ghougassian, Asbed Kotchikian and Nicola Migliorino.

It has been jointly published by Haigazian University and the Armenian Heritage Press of the National Association for Armenian Studiesand Research (NAASR), Belmont, MA, USA.

Copyright 2009 by Haigazian University

ISBN: 978-9953-475-13-4

(Hard Cover with a jacket, wood free paper)


Price: 35$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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