Roslin Press, a New-York based publishing house founded in 2016, recently announced its flagship offering: the first ever Western Armenian translation of C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia. Since its publication in 1950, generations of […]
Special to the Armenian Weekly On April 6, Football Federation of Armenia (FFA) President Ruben Hayrapetyan accepted the resignation of Armenia’s head coach Artur Petrosyan. Although his reign began in Oct. 2016 with a pair […]
‘Lou-Andreas Salomé’ and ‘Hot Country, Cold Winter’ Win Best Picture Award at 2018 Socially Relevant Film Festival
NEW YORK (A.W.)—The Fifth Annual Socially Relevant Film Festival ended with the announcement that two films had won the Grand Jury Prize: “Lou-Andreas Salomé: The Audacity to be Free,” written and directed by Cordula Kablitz-Post […]
The Verbs of Genocide Categorized Stereotyped Stigmatised Marginalized Disenfranchised Deprived Victimized Robbed Ghettoised Deported Stripped Raped Tortured Murdered Mutilated Dismembered Discarded Denied Forgotten?
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the First Republic of Armenia, for the first time in over 20 years, the estate of Stephen Sacklarian is presenting selected paintings for sale for 2018. Nine […]
Special to the Armenian Weekly Two recent books from the Beirut publishing house Al Ayn’s “Photographes du Moyen Orient” (Collection Traces) help to fill in cultural lacunae in the Middle Eastern world—gaps created by a […]
Special to the Armenian Weekly Feb. 27 marks the 30th anniversary of the Sumgait pogrom—the targeted attacks on the Armenian population of the seaside town in Azerbaijan, during which widespread looting, rape, and murders ravaged […]