Welcome to The Armenian Studies Program
The Armenian Studies Program was established in 1977 and the Center for Armenian Studies was founded in 1988. The Center provides an opportunity for students and faculty to interact and currently houses the Armenian Studies Program, the Sahatdjian Armenian Studies Library, the Avedian Armenian Studies Archives, the newspaper Hye Sharzhoom/Armenian Action, the Armenian Students Organization, and the Index of Armenian Art.
The Haig and Isabel Berberian Endowed Chair in Armenian Studies, established in the fall of 1988, is one of several Armenian Chairs in the United States and provides financial support for a distinguished Armenologist. The endowment honors Haig and Isabel Berberian and was established by their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Arnold H. and Dianne Gazarian. Other friends of the Armenian Studies Program have made significant contributions to the endowment.
Read more-A Brief History of the Armenian Studies Program
Armenian Genocide Monument to be Built on Fresno State Campus
-Groundbreaking to be Held at 2:30PM on Sunday, November 2
Fresno—On Sunday, November 2, the Armenian Community of the San Joaquin Valley will break ground on a Monument dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The event will begin at 2:30 p.m. and take place at the Fresno State Maple Mall, located south of the Satellite Student Union. Free parking will be available in Lots P5, P6.
The groundbreaking ceremony is open to the public and all are welcome.
For more information, go to the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee-Fresno website.
Map of Groundbreaking Area-Fresno State.
Armenian Studies Program Library Catalog
New-The Armenian Studies Program announces that a catalog of the books in the Armenian Studies Program collection is now available for patrons to search by going to the Library Catalog link below. The work is still in progress and patrons will have access to the works only in the Armenian Studies Program Library.
Sunday, October 19 • 1:30PM
"The Armenian Genocide and Armenian Women of 1915"
with special guests Dr. Garabet Moumdjian, Bared Maronian, and Kay Mouradian
Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church Social Hall
2226 Ventura Ave.
Friday, October 24 • 5:30PM
"Grandma's Tattoos" Film screening
with special guest director Suzanne Khardalian
In conjunction with CineCulture
For additional information and full schedule of CineCulture presentations- Read More.
Peters Educational Center Auditorium, Save Mart Center
Friday, November 14 • 8:00PM
Khachaturian Trio (from Armenia)
Commemorative Concert for the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
The Khachaturian Trio comprised of pianist Armine Grigoryan, violinist Karen Shahgaldyan, and cellist Karen Kocharyan is widely considered as one of Armenia’s leading chamber music ensembles praised for its virtuoso performances, subtle sense of style, warm sound, and deep musicality. Educated at prestigious institutions including the Yerevan State Music Conservatory and the Moscow Conservatory, these three colleagues have performed to great acclaim at the Musikverein in Vienna, Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Gewandhaus in Leipzig, Philharmonie in Munich as well as venues in Armenia, Russia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, United Kingdom, China, Australia, and Central and South America.
Now on YouTube:
Barlow Der Mugrdechian on "Historic Armenia." November 14, 2012.