Fall 2013 ASP Newsletter
Explore our year of programs and read about ASP faculty, students, and visitors

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2012-2013 Manoogian Fellows and graduate students at an ASP lecture

Babayan Kathryn

ASP Director, Kathryn Babyan, introducing the 2013 Haidostian Annual Lecture

Suny Ron

Professor Ronald Suny, Alex Manoogian Chair in Modern Armenian History (1981-97)

Eric Bogossian delivering the 2013 Haidostian Annual Lecture

Cynthia Willbanks

Mrs. Alice Haidostian and daughter Cynthia Wilbanks at the 2013 Haidostian Annual Lecture

Graduate students and faculty at the 4th Annual International Graduate Student Workshop, April 2013

2013 Haidostian Annual Lecture and Dinner

ASP Workshop

ASP Roundtable on Imperial Violence, March 2013

30th Reception-09

ASP 30th Anniversary Celebration and Exhibit

Hakem al-Rustom, Sept 2012

Hakem al-Rustom, Manoogian Post-doctoral Fellow, presenting the 2012-13 ASP opening lecture

Moon Church

Sourp Krikor Lousavoritch—Charshibashi Church

The University of Michigan’s Armenian Studies Program promotes the study of the history, language, and culture of Armenia and Armenians and helps prepare a new generation of scholars in the field. Through its work in the United States and abroad, the program strives to contribute to the scholarly analysis and understanding of the challenges the Armenian people have faced at home and in the Diaspora; ASP adds a comprehensive program to the rigorous curriculum offered by the two endowed chairs in Armenian studies. More

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