Articles by Karine Macri Tovmassian

About Karine Macri Tovmassian (2 Articles)
Originally from Bucharest, Romania, Armenian-Greek writer Kariné Macri Tovmassian received her bachelor of arts degree in honors English and foreign languages and literatures from California State University, Northridge. She received her master of arts degree in commercial diplomacy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, in Monterey, Calif. She serves as an active consultant to governments, agencies, and philanthropic organizations. Most recently, she left her position as an adjunct faculty member in the department of arts and sciences, humanities section at TCI College in Manhattan, teaching writing composition. She is currently moving to Fairbanks, Alaska, where she awaits Sgt. Tovmassian’s return from war. Her grandfather, Hagop Krikorian, an Armenian Genocide survivor, originally from the village of Hayeni in Dikranagerd, had a tremendous impact on her love and compassion for the eccentricities of her tribe. For more information on Tovmassian’s writing and to view a selection of her other publications, visit

The Unimportant Tribe

A story of Armenian American Servicemen                                                                                                                                                                             [more...]

September 5, 2011 // 40 Comments