Doctor Svante Lundgren, a professor of the Center of Middle East Studies at the Lund University (Sweden), delivered a series of lectures at YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies on April 8-18.
The Department of Genocide Studies of YSU Institute of Armenian Studies organized an open lecture entitled “Aghet und Shoa. Historical Developments in Comparison”.
On April 26-27, the scientific-research laboratory of Applied Sociology of the Faculty of Sociology of YSU organized the international conference entitled “University Education in Sociological Perspective: Challenges and Possibilities” which took place in “University” base in Tsaghkadzor.
The republican forum “Development of Social Entrepreneurship” accompanied with the exposition-sale of social enterprises was held today in the central bulding of YSU.
“THIS IS AN INTERESTING AND SYMBOLIC BEGINNING”: AMBASSADOR OF INDIA PRESENTS BOOKS TO THE CHAIR OF IRANIAN STUDIES
The Chair of Iranian Studies of the Faculty of Oriental Studies hosted the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Armenia H.E. Mr.Yogeshwar Sangwan.
PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK BY THE LECTURER OF FACULTY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ARMEN MANVELYAN IN ENGLEWOOD, USA
The presentation of the research work entitled “Energetic geopolitics and safety in the modern system of international relations” by the Assistant of the Chair of History and Theory of Political Science of YSU Faculty of International Relations, PhD in History Armen Manvelyan was held in Englewood city of USA.
The head of the RA Food Safety Inspectorate Georgi Avetisyan was hosted today in the Microbial Biotechnology and Biofuel Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Biology of YSU.
REVIVAL OF ARCHIVES OF 19TH CENTURY PATRIARCHY AS A BASIS TO UNDERSTAND DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF ARMENIAN HISTORY AND JUSTICE
On the initiative of the Centre for Gender and Leadership Studies of YSU, the research “The archives of the 19th century patriarchy and Turk-Armenian women” was presented in Hovhannes Adamyan hall of YSU.
The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown.
The head of the division of Genocide Studies of YSU Institute for Armenian Studies Suren Manukyan was in Jerusalem from March 23 to April 1 on the behest of Yad Vashem-the World Holocaust Remembrance Centre.