propecia natural supplements

 
 

Mr. Aram Arkun

 
Mr. Aram Arkun

Mr. Aram Arkun

Aram Arkun is a specialist in modern Armenian history who has published a number of articles on the Armenians of Cilicia, including on the 1909 massacres and the beginning of the Genocide. His research interests include the post World War I repatriation of the Armenians of the sancaks of Kozan (Sis) and Marash, and the ensuing conflicts. Formerly the Coordinator of the Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) and editor of the quarterly English-language Armenian periodical Ararat published by the Armenian General Benevolent Union, he at present is working in Henrico, Virginia as an independent editor and translator, as well as associate editor for the Armenian Mirror-Spectator.

Mr. Arkun has published articles and annotated translations on Ottoman and Iranian Armenian topics, as well as contemporary Armenian events, in scholarly journals, encyclopaedias, and books. He is a Princeton University graduate (B.A.), with a master’s degree in international relations (University of Pennsylvania), and a C.Phil. from UCLA. He has taught at New York University, UCLA, and the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

 

No comments

Be the first one to leave a comment.

Post a Comment