Armenian Research Center


Armenian Research Center

The Center for Armenian Research and Publication (Armenian Research Center) was established by Dr. Dennis R. Papazian in 1985 for the documentation/publication in the field of Armenian studies. The Armenian Research Center is the only such research institute devoted to the study of the Armenians at any U.S. university. [The University of Michigan-Dearborn, Special Collections of the John Vigen Der Manuelian Research Library]

In partial fulfillment of its stated goal above, the Armenian Research Center controls a library, which was named the John Vigen Der Manuelian Research Library because the core of the collection comes from the Boston-area educator and community activist. The Archives, as yet unnamed.

References

See also

*University of Michigan-Dearborn
*Denial of the Armenian Genocide
*Armenian Genocide

External links

* [http://www.umd.umich.edu/dept/armenian/ Armenian Research Center]


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