February 18, 2020
  • Literary Corner

    Two Fortresses and Mother Armenia

    Reprinted with permission. “Let’s go for a walk,” I said to Murad one balmy, sunny day, and together we strolled down Rishkov Street, past Yot Verk Church, and up the street to Central Park, where [...]
  • Literary Corner

    Book Review: La Fanfare du Négus

    La Fanfare du Négus By Boris Adjemian EHESS, 2013 350 pp. $28.17 paperback This book, in French, is an interesting analysis—in the field of diaspora studies—of the Armenian community of Ethiopia in the nineteenth and [...]
  • Culture

    Midwives on Stage: An Interview with Chris Bohjalian

    The Armenian Weekly staff conducted the following interview with novelist and playwright Chris Bohjalian, whose play “Midwives” opened at George Street Playhouse in January to rave reviews. Chris Bohjalian is the #1 New York Times [...]