Haigazian Armenological Review

Haigazian Armenological Review

The Haigazian Armenological Review [ [http://www.haigazian.edu.lb/ArmenRev.jsp Haigazian Armenological Review ] ] is a respected academic publication specializing in Armenology and published annually since 1970 by the Department of Armenian Studies at Haigazian University [ [http://www.haigazian.edu.lb haigazian1 ] ] . It is a multilingual publication which allows its authors to publish mainly in one of four languages (Armenian, English, French and Arabic). Articles have also been published occasionally in other languages. Haigazian Armenological Review provides an invaluable service of offering an annual forum for Armenologists from around the world. The Haigazian Armenological Review is a bridge specifically between Armenologists in Armenia and abroad.

Haigazian Armenological Review is devoted to studies concerning Armenia and the Armenians. These may include works dealing with history, archaeology, geography, philology, religion, linguistics, literature, ethnography, culture (education, theatre, cinema, music, dance, architecture, plastic arts, mass media, etc.), economics, philosophy, politics, natural, and social sciences, previously unpublished documents, memoirs, reviews, briefings, bibliographical lists and obituaries.

Its aim includes the promotion of original and unpublished research and scientific work in linguistics, literature, bibliography, history, culture, arts, medieval studies, Christianity and international relations. Its international contributors hail from France, UK, North and South America, Armenia and the Middle East and have included numerous important academics in the field.


External links

* [http://www.haigazian.edu.lb/ArmenRev.jsp Haigazian Armenological Review]
* [http://www.haigazian.edu.lb Haigazian University]

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