Mariam R. Vardanyan
Biography
Education
1996 - 2000 B.A (Bachelor’s of Art) – Yerevan State University, Department of History of Art
2000 - 2002 M.A (Master’s of Art) – Yerevan State University, Department of History of Art
2004 - 2009 PhD in Yerevan State University, Department of History of Art

Professional experience
2003-2012 - Secretary of UNESCO Chair of Art History of Yerevan State University
2012-2013 – Deputy Dean of the Faculty of History of Yerevan State University
2012-2013 - “Hay aspet” intellectual TV Game, Expert of Art History
2003-up to present - UNESCO Chair of Art History of Yerevan State University, Lecturer

Academic courses
"History of Armenian portrait",
"History of Armenian Silver Art"

Scale of professional interests
Armenian Silver Art

Languages
Armenian, Russian, English

Mariam R. Vardanyan

Lecturer | Faculty of History - Chair of History and Theory of Armenian Art
 
 

Book

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Liturgical Silver Items of Romanian Armenians | Hidden Treasures Unearthed: Armenian Arts and Culture of Eastern Europe, Ամերիկայի Միացյալ Նահանգներ, 19 էջ, 2018
 

Article

Mariam Vardanyan

The Armenian Hand Crosses in the Different Collections of the Armenian Diocese of Romania | Revue des Etudes Sud-Est Europeennes, 2018, Tome L VI, 101-122 pp. |

Mariam Vardanyan

The Collection of Silver Book Bindings of the Armenian Museum in Bucharest and their Relationship to Eastern and Western Arts | SERIES BYZANTINA. Studies on Byzantine and Post -Byzantine Art. VOLUME XV, 2017, XV, 81-96 pp. |

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Հայկական եկեղեցական սկիհների և Բուխարեստի Սրբոց Հրեշտակապետաց եկեղեցու արծաթե սկիհների մասին | Անտառ ծննդոց, 2015թ․, 485-498 էջ |

M. Vardanyan

Silver Objects in the Museum of Armenian Church in Bucharest | Conference on Armenian-Romanian Cultural Heritage” held in Bucharest, on October 30-31, 2013

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Արծաթե իրերը Լուսիկ Ագուլեցու հավաքածուի մեջ | Լուսիկ Ագուլեցու , Երևան, 2010, հրատ., էջ 121-124
 

Thesis

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The Collection of Silver Book Bindings of the Armenian Museum in Bucharest and their Relationship to Eastern and Western Arts | Art of Armenian Diaspora Second International Conference, June 16-18, 2016, Gdansk, Poland. p. 1 |