Interviews

Jewish Armenologist Michael Stone speaks about Armenian culture, history and unique archaeological discoveries

June 09, 2017

Jewish Armenologist Michael Stone on Armenian culture and unique archaeological discoveries Author Nvard Chalikyan “When I was doing my PhD I started to learn Armenian. I [also] learned to have great affection for the Armenian people and its creativity. I liked it… I learned to value the music and art through my...

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Jewish scholar Israel Charny on Armenian Genocide, denial and humanity

April 26, 2017

Dr. Israel Charny, renowned scholar of genocide studies, Director of the Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide in Jerusalem speaks about the Armenian Genocide in the video interview to ScholArm.com. Telling the story of how he started researching this topic, he recalls reading first time about it in an articl...

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German Orientalist: Armenia is a magic country and needs to be well taken care of

December 03, 2016

Heiko Conrad works as a teacher of religion in public schools in Brandenburg (Berlin), Germany. He has been specializing in Armenian studies (history and religion) for many years. In the interview to Scholarm.com he speaks about his interest in the works of Armenian historian Kirakos Gandzaketsi, as well as about some issues in ...

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Polish Armenologist on Armenian art exhibition to be opened in Kielce and on his personal story

November 30, 2016

An exhibition titled The Armenian workshop – art of detail is going to be held on December 6 in the National Museum in Kielce, Poland. Scholarm.com has interviewed the curator of the exhibition Mr. Paweł Grzesik who is the head of the History Department at the National Museum in Kielce. In the interview Mr. Grzesik s...

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Krzysztof Stopka: Armenians' Contribution to Polish History and Culture (Video interview)

November 17, 2016

The Armenian community of Poland has had an important contribution in the life of Poland through history, says Dr. Krzysztof Stopka, Professor of History at Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland) in the interview to Scholarm.com. Dr. Stopka has been studying Armenian issues for over 30 years by now, and is the author of many...

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British journalist: Recognition of NKR is the only solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

May 30, 2016

British journalist: Recognition of NKR is the only solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict If Azerbaijan ever occupied the Nagorno Karabakh Republic (NKR)/Artsakh by force, as it tried to do by launching a military offensive on 02-05 April, Artsakh “would be subject to ethnic cleansing on a wide scale”. Therefore, t...

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Exclusive: Baroness Cox: Artsakh must be independent from aggressor Azerbaijan (Video interview)

April 23, 2016

Baroness Caroline Cox, member of British House of Lords, visited Artsakh / Nagorno Karabakh many times during the war (1991-1994). She was an eyewitness to the aggression and attempts of ethnic cleansing by Azerbaijan against the people of the Nagorno Karabakh who wanted to be independent from Azerbaijan. She testifies that Azer...

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Finnish monk Serafim Seppälä: "Armenia is the home of my Soul"

April 22, 2016

Finnish monk, Professor of Theology Serafim Seppälä has for years been studying the Armenian culture and history and has a number of publications on this topic, among them a 500-page book on Armenian art and culture; he is currently working on another book on the topic of the Armenian Genocide. In the intervi...

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Gérard-François Dumont: Neglecting historical facts makes solution of Karabakh conflict even harder

April 22, 2016

Interview with Professor of Demography, Political Geography and Geopolitics at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne Gérard-François Dumont. Nvard Chalikyan: Prof. Dumont, in your recent article titled Nagorno-Karabakh: the geopolitics of a conflict without end you speak about the origins of the Nagorno-Karabakh con...

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Christina Maranci: Save Mren Cathedral from collapsing

April 22, 2016

Mren Cathedral (in Kars region of Western Armenia), which is considered a Masterpiece of world art and the product of the Golden Age of Armenian Architecture, is still on the verge of collapse. Mren is included in the World Monuments Fund Watch List and needs urgent action to be saved.Panorama.am has conducted an interview on th...

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