Resources for Research

Armenian Research Center Occasional Papers Series

The Armenian Research Center is pleased to announce the launch of its Occasional Papers Series. The first paper in this series is Dr. Waltraud Bayer's Sammeln für Armenien: Private Kunstkollektionen in Erevan, 1920-1991, which presents the results of a 2002 research trip to Armenia concerning private art collections in the Armenian SSR. Dr. Bayer is a professor of history at the Karl-Franzens-University, Graz (Austria).

The paper can also be obtained in hardcopy form from the Armenian Research Center for a small fee.

Sammeln fur Armenien: Private Kunskollektionen in Erevan, 1920-1991

Links Around the Net

As it says in the syllabus of Prof. Papazian's Hist 301 class, Armenian history is derivative. One must study the history of neighboring countries since neighboring countries have usually helped determine the course of Armenia's history.


Links to other historical material on the net.



Links to University Libraries with strong Armenian studies programs.



Links to governmental and intergovernmental websites.



Links to secular Armenian home pages (the church pages are below).



Armenian Church pages and pages of other religious organizations



Greek pages.

Some Greek pages are listed below.



Kurdish pages.



News Media.

 


General University pages.

  • http://www.college-lists.com/ is a collection of links to various institutions of higher learning in the U.S. and around the world, and to specific university-related topics as well.



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