"Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11)
"Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11) About
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani”: the four-month bulletin of social sciences has been published since 1967 in Yerevan. It is included in the list of scientific periodical publications acceptable for publishing the main results and propositions of doctorate dissertations and candidate theses established by the Higher Certification Commission of RA. It is the successor of the periodicals “Scientific Bulletin of State University of Armenian SSR” (1925-30), “ Works” (1934-36), “Scientific Works” (1939-61), “Scientific Bulletin” (1962-66).
So far it has had four Editors-in-Chief:
Edward Jrbashyan (1967-77),
Harutyun Feleqyan (1978-86),
Edward Aghayan (1986-91),
Hrachik Mirzoyan (since 1992).
The scientific works carried out in YSU and scientific and educational institutions of the Republic are published in “Banber”; considerable attention is paid to the issues of Armenian Studies. Well-known scientists of the scientific institutions of RA, Diaspora and foreign countries collaborate with the bulletin. By January 1, 2010 the bulletin had been published three times a year (15 printer's sheet volume).
Since 2010 “Banber” has been published in the same periodicity but in six series, each of which has a steady label and 5 printer's sheet volume. They are: 1. “Armenian Studies”, 2. “Philology”, 3. “Jurisprudence”, 4. “Philosophy, Psychology”, 5. “Sociology, Economics”, 6. “International Relations, Political Science”.
Each of the series has its own editorial board and managing editor.
Since 2015, according to the requirements of RA Book Chamber, the series of “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani”have become separate journals with their international standard serial numbers:
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Armenian Studies” – ISSN 1829-4588,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philology” – ISSN 1829-457X,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Jurisprudence” – ISSN 1829-4561,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philosophy, Psychology” – ISSN 1829-4553,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Sociology, Economics” – ISSN 1829-4545,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: International Relations, Political Science” – ISSN 1829-4529.
Since January 2015, according to the decision of YSU Academic Council, “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Russian Philology” (ISSN 1829-4537) journal has been added to those aforementioned.
After the changes, each of the journals has its separate editorial board under the general leadership of H. Mirzoyan – editor-in-chief.
The materials are published in Armenian, Russian and English. The published articles have summaries in other two languages. Brief information about the authors is given in three languages.
The periodical which covers social sciences has a serious scientific reputation among similar bulletins, as, before going to press, it is being reviewed, edited, compared with different sources and thoroughly proofread. Accordingly, the publications which do not correspond to the scientific standards of the bulletin, find no place in the periodical.
The periodical “Banber” is published three times a year in seven different journals, each of which has its editor. They are:
1. “Armenian Studies” – Hrachik Mirzoyan, 060710219, ephbanber@ysu.am
2. “Philology” – Liana Hovsepyan, 094376705, lshovsepyan@rambler.ru
3. “Jurisprudence” – Ara Gabuzyan, 060710250, agabuzyan@rambler.ru
4. “Philosophy, Psychology”– Edward Harutjunyan, 060710632, anna_mkrtchyan@mail.ru
5. “Sociology, Economics” – Artak Khachatryan, 060710075, khachatryan_artak@yahoo.com
6. “International Relations, Political Science” – Ashot Alexanyan, ashalex@ysu.am
7. “Russian Philology” – Natalia Gonchar, 060710219, ephbanber@ysu.am
The editorial staff sends the articles to be reviewed, so it is not necessary to present a written review or recommendation with the article.
The technical requirements for the articles to be printed in “Banber”:
-The title of the article is put at the beginning of the article (in capital letters);
-The next line – the first and second names of the author (in capital letters), the academic degree and title, place of employment, position, phone number and e-mail are given at the end of the article (the phone number and e-mail are printed with the author’s consent);
-Page margins should be as follows: top 25 mm, bottom 25 mm, right 25 mm, and left 20 mm;
-The Armenian font for the paper should be Sylfaen;
-The English font for the paper should be Times New Roman;
-The Russian font for the paper should be Times New Roman;
-The size of the font – 11;
-The spacing between the lines – 1.5;
-The width of charts, tables and images – up to 125 mm;
-The references should be provided as footnotes - in ascending order, the font – 10, the references include the author's name (bold), title, volume, the place of publication and date (in case of periodicals, the issue should also be mentioned).;
- The article can be submitted in Armenian, English or Russian along with abstracts in two other languages and up to 10 key words in three languages;
-The articles may also be sent by e-mail
-Rejected articles are not returned;
- The editorial staff can insert the published articles in Armenian and foreign electronic databases and Internet sites without any legal restrictions.
For printing articles, turn to the editors responsible for series.
1, 106, Alex Manoukian,
Yerevan, RA
060 710 219, 060 710 218

“Banber”- Bulletin of Yerevan university



Editor-in-chief: Mirzoyan H. Gh.
Editorial Board:
Avetisyan L. V. (Deputy editor-in-chief), Denisenko V. N. (Moscow), Gazarova D. Y., Gevorgyan T. M. (Moscow), Gonchar N. A. (Deputy editor-in-chief, Managing Editor), Hakobyan L. G., Harutyunyan V. N., Hovakimyan A. E. (Executive Secretary), Janpoladyan M. G., Lalayan S. A., Matevosyan L. B., Mkhitaryan K. M., Simonyan A. H.

Table of Contents

Natalya Khanjyan

Silva Kaputikyan in Connections with Russian Poets (by Her Library and Archives) | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 3-26 |

Maksim Gudkov (St. Petersburg)

R. D. Orlova's "Saroyan's Dramaturgy" Unpublished Article | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 27-41 |

Natalya Gonchar

After the Publication of R.Orlova's Article «Dramaturgy of Saroyan» | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 42-51 |

Venera Avetisyan

On Intertextual Relations of Two Novels: G. Markosyan-Kasper's "Penelope" and B. Vian's "Froth on the Daydream" | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 52-60 |

Srbuhi Lambarjyan

Pragmatic and Lingua-cultural Pasport of Persuasives конечно (of course), может быть (may be), кажется (it seems) | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 61-74 |

Veronika Harutyunyan

Russian prefixes as an element of the national language picture of the world in comparison with the Armenian | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Russian Philology", 2018 № 2 (11), p. 75-83 |
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