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Extract: Fragments of a Lost Homeland

The Armenian world was shattered by the 1915 genocide. Not only were thousands of lives lost but families were displaced and the narrative threads that connected them to their own past and homelands were forever severed. 1,011 more words



Welcome to the Armenian lifestyle! I hope to teach the world about Armenia, it’s people and culture through routine posts on this blog. Enjoy!


Regional Master's Programme in Human Rights and Democratization in the Caucasus (Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova)


The Regional Master’s Programmerin Human Rights and Democratization the Caucasus is established with the financial support of the European Union. It is a part of the Global Campus for Master’s Programmes and Diplomas in Human rights and democratization around the world. 691 more words

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Cheers and tears for The Forty Days of Musa Dagh

Despite its whopping length and gory topic — the Armenian genocide of 1912 —The Forty Days of Musa Dagh kept me riveted.

And it left me wanting to read the novel again to see what I missed. 204 more words


56th Venice Biennale | Eastern European Pavilions

Respiro, by artist Sarkis, for the Turkish Pavilion at the Arsenale.

This blog post from Vienna Contemporary Mag provides a good overview of the Eastern European Pavilions.

Eurovision 2015 semi-final 1

Lack of time didn’t allow me to post earlier. Here are the songs in Eurovision 2015 semi-final 1 (19.05) that I liked. 10 songs from 10 European countries, and only one partly sang in national language – all others in English, sadly. 125 more words


Old mystery by nkarich

Old and abandoned building of Etchmiadzin technical college.