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Publications of Dickran Kouymjian

1958-2013

 

1958

1. “Cardinal Agajanian Holds Services at Brussels World’s Fair,” The Hairenik Weekly, vol. XXIV, no. 29 (August 28, 1958), pp. 1, 5.

2. Review of John Carswell, Coptic Tattoo Designs (Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 1957), in Beirut Weekly, vol. I, no. 1 (1958), p. 38.

3. “Forster’s 1927 Lectures Serve as Critic’s Approach to Novels,” review of several books in World of Books, AUB Collegian (November 1, 1958).

4. “The Short Story Fills Twentieth-century Man’s Need for Easy Reading in a Fast-paced World,” several book reviews, AUB Collegian (November 15, 1958).

5. “Ten Little Indians,” theater review, Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 3 (December 6, 1958), pp. 13, 37.

6. “Jazz in Beirut,” Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 3 (December 6, 1958), pp. 14-15.

7. “Mainardi-Zecchei Recital,” Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 3 (December 6, 1958), p. 33.

8. “The Stereophonic Disc,” Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 3 (December 6, 1958), p. 39.

9. “Sonnet of Innocence,” under pseudonym S. Armen, Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 4 (December 13, 1958), p. 7.

10. “Novello Recital,” Beirut Weekly, vol. 1, no. 4 (December 13, 1958), p. 277.

 

1961

11. The Crisis in the ArmenianChurch, M.A. thesis, American University of Beirut (196l), unpublished.

 

1965

12. “The Ethos of a People,” Artin K. Shalian, David of Sassoun. The Armenian Folk Epic in Four Cycles (Athens, Ohio, 1964), Ararat, New York, vol. VI, no. 3 (1965), pp. 55-58.

13. “A Rare Example of Medieval Art: The Church of Aght‘amar,” review article of Sirarpie Der Nersessian, Aght‘amar, Church of the Holy Cross (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1965), and M. S. Ipşiroglu, Die Kirche von Achtamar (Berlin & Mainz, 1963), Ararat, New York, vol. VI, no. 4 (1965), pp. 83-88.

 

1967-1968

14. Reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society.

 

1969

15. A Numismatic History of Southeastern Caucasia and Adharbayjan Based on the Islamic Coinage of the 5th/11th to the 7th/13th Centuries, doctoral dissertation, Armenian Studies Program, Near and Middle Eastern Languages and Civilization (Columbia University, New York, 1969), iii, xii, 466 pages, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, no. 70-17,025.

16. “Mxit‘ar of Ani on the Rise of the Seljuqs,” Revue des études arméniennes, vol. VI (1969), pp. 331-353.

17.  Review of John A. Boyle, “Kirakos of Ganjak on the Mongols,” Central Asiatic Journal, VII/3 (1963), Revue des études arméniennes, vol. VI (1969), p. 441.

18.  Short reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society.

 

1970

19. “A Numismatic History of Southeastern Caucasia and Adharbayjan Based on the Islamic Coinage of the 5th/11th to the 7th/13th Centuries,” Dissertation Abstracts International, vol. XXXI, no. 3 (1970), p. 1175A.

20. “Letter to Editor in Reply to an Article in Hairenik Daily on Armenian Schools,” by Mesrob Janashian, English translation by A. Kapoïan and D. Kouymjian, five parts, Hay Endanik (October, 1970) and other Armenian journals.

21.  Short reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society.

22.  Short reviews and abstracts in Journal of Ecumenical Studies.

 

1971

23. “An Historical and Dynastic Survey of Caucasia, Eastern Anatolia and Adharbayjan from the XIth to the XIIIth Century,” Haigazian Armenological Review, vol. II (1971), pp. 99-122.

24. Review article, Avedis K. Sanjian, Colophons of Armenian Manuscripts, 1301-1480. A Source for Middle Eastern History (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1969), International Journal of Middle East Studies, Cambridge, vol. 3, no. 1 (1971), pp. 81-89; reply by Sanjian, vol. 3, no. 3 (1971), pp. 365-371; my reply to Sanjian, vol. 4, no. 2 (1972), pp. 238-239.

25. Reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society.

26.  Reviews and abstracts in Journal of Ecumenical Studies.

 

1972

27. “The Status of Armenian Studies in the Diaspora,” Shirak, Beirut, vol. XV, no. 10 (1972), pp. 29-58 (in Armenian).

28. “Mxit‘ar of Ani on the Ghaznavids,” Lraber, Bulletin of the Armenian Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, Armenia, U.S.S.R., no. 4 (1972), pp. 74-84 (in Armenian with résumé in Russian).

29. “To the Editor,” reply to A. Sanjian (see no. 24), International Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 4, no. 2 (1972), pp. 238-239.

30. Review of Henry Field, ed., Contributions to the Archaeology of Armenia (Cambridge: Harvard University, 1968), Haigazian Armenological Review, vol. III (1972), pp. 295-297.

31. Review of Robert W. Thomson, The Teachings of Saint Gregory: An Early Armenian Catechism (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970), Haigazian Armenological Review, vol. III (1972), pp. 297-299.

32. Reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society.

 

1973

33. “Armenian Architecture (IVth-VIIth Centuries): A Reassessment on the Occasion of an Exhibition,” al-Kulliyah, Beirut (Spring, 1973), pp. 14-19, reprinted in The Armenian Reporter (August 30, 1973), pp. 6-7, 12; Armenian trans., Banber (Beirut, 1973) vol. I, no. 2.

34. “La Cathédrale d’Etchmiadzin et l’architecture arménienne du IVe-VIIe siècle,” Samedi, Beirut, no. 208 (August, 1973), pp. 11-12.

35. “Problems of Medieval Armenian and Muslim Historiography: The Mxit‘ar of Ani Fragment,” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 4, no. 4 (1973), pp. 461-471.

36. Review of C. E. Bosworth, ed., Iran and Islam in Memory of the Late Vladimir Minorsky (Edinburgh University Press, 1972), Islamic Culture (1973), pp. 134-141.

37. Reviews and abstracts in Numismatic Literature, American Numismatic Society

38. Twelfth Annual Research Report, AUB (March, 1973), pp. 41-42.

 

1974

39. Near Eastern Numismatics, Iconography, Epigraphy and History: Studies in Honor of George C. Miles, ed., (Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 1974), 4°, xxv, 478 pages.

40. “A Bibliography of the Works of George C. Miles,” Studies in Honor of George C. Miles (Beirut, 1974), pp. xvii-xxv.

41. “A Unique Coin of the Shirvânshâh Minûchihr II Dated A.H. 555/1160 A.D.,” Studies in Honor of George C. Miles (Beirut, 1974), pp. 339-346.

42. “On the Historical Tracks of the Ererouk Basilica,” Hask, Antelias, vol. XLIII, nos. 7-8 (1974), pp. 296-310 (in Armenian).

43. “The Museum Calouste Built: Islamic Art in the Gulbenkian Art Museum in Lisbon,” with Angèle Kapoïan, Aramco World Magazine, vol. 25, no. 5 (1974), pp. 6-11; Armenian trans., Patanekan ardzagang, vol. 39 (Beirut, 1974), pp. 266-274.

 

1975

44. The Splendor of Egypt. A Commentary on Napoleon Bonaparte’s Expedition (1798-1801) and the Description de l’Égypte, with Angèle Kapoïan (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1975), in-folio, 212 pages, 100 plates.

45. “The Canons Dated 1280 A.D. of the Armenian Akhî-type Brotherhood of Erzinjan,” Actes du XXIXe congrès international des orientalistes, Paris, 1973 (Paris, 1975), part I, vol. 2, pp. 107-115.

46. “The Art of Oil,” with Angèle Kapoïan, Ararat, vol. XVI, no. 2 (1975), pp. 14-19.

47. “IIAA: The Iconographical Index of Armenian Art,” Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. I, no. 1 (1975), pp. 65-67.

 

1976

48. “Three Unique Coins of the Eldiguzid Atabegs of Northwestern Iran,” Actes du 8ème congrès international de numismatique (Paris-Basel, 1976), pp. 527-541.

 

1977

49. Index of Armenian Art (IAA), fascicle I. Armenian Manuscript Illumination to the Year 1000 A.D. (Fresno-Paris, 1977), xiii, 36 pages.

50. The Conservation and Preservation of Ancient Coins, Technical Report RP/1975-76/3.421.5, UNESCO Mission to the Department of Antiquities, Libyan Arab Republic, UNESCO (Paris, 1977), 46 pages.

51. The Ererouk Basilica, Documents of Armenian Architecture/Documenti di Architettura Armena, vol. 9, with A. Alpago-Novello and P. Papoudjian (Milan: Polytechnic of Milan and the Armenian Academy of Sciences, 1977).

52. “Traccie storiche della basilica di Ererouk,” Ricerca sull' Architettura Armena, vol. 15, Fonti, II (Milan, 1977), pp. 57-72.

53. “Armenian Participation in the XVth International Congress of Byzantines Studies,” Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 1/2 (Winter, 1977), p. 5.

54. “Far Eastern Influences in Armenian Miniature Painting in the Mongol Period,” Armenian Post, New York, 3 parts (December 6, 13, 20, 1977).

 

1978

55. “The Armenians in Lebanon: Their Cultural Accomplishments,” editor with J. Munro, special supplement, Ararat (Summer, 1978), pp. 17-41.

56. “The Formative Period of Armenian Architecture: The IVth to the VIIth Century,” The Armenian Review, vol. XXXI, no. 1 (Spring, 1978), pp. 17-41.

57. “The Problem of the Zoomorphic Figure in the Iconography of Armenian Pentecost: A Preliminary Report,” Atti del Primo Simposio Internazionale de Arte Armena, Bergamo, 1975 (Venice, 1978), pp. 403-413.

58. “Second International Symposium on Armenian Art,” Armenian Observer (October 4, 1978), pp. 2, 8.

 

1979

59. Index of Armenian Art (IAA), fascicle II. Illuminated Armenian Manuscripts of the 11th Century, Preliminary Report and Checklist (Fresno, 1979).

60. “Illustrated Armenian Manuscripts to the Year 1000 A.D.,” Arkheion Pontou, vol. 36 (Athens, 1979), pp. 249-252.

61. “Introduction to the Armenian Community in Lebanon,” The Armenian Review, vol. XXXII, no. 2 (1979), pp. 115-118.

62. “In Memoriam Haig Berbérian (1887-1978),” Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. IV, no. 1 (Winter, 1979), p. 3.

63. “Society for Armenian Studies (A Short History),” Bulletin of the Middle East Studies Association, vol. XIII, no. 1 (1979), pp. 81-82.

 

1980

64. Essays on Armenian Numismatics in Honor of Fr. Clement Sibilian, editor with Y. Nercessian (Los Angeles: Armenian Numismatic Society, 1980), 4°, 168 pages, 21 plates.

65. “The Iconography of the ‘Coronation’ Trams of King Levon II,” Essays on Armenian Numismatics in Honor of Fr. Clement Sibilian (Los Angeles: Armenian Numismatic Society, 1980), pp. 67-74.

66. “Necrology: Haïg Berbérian (April 18, 1887-October 3, 1978),” The Armenian Review, vol. XXXIII, no. 2 (1980), pp. 249-252.

67. Review of Yves Ternon & Jean-Claude Kebabdjian, Arménie 1900 (Paris: Edition Astrid, 1980), Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. V, no. 2 (Spring, 1980), p. 6.

68. Review of Bezalel Narkiss, ed., with Michael Stone and Avedis Sanjian, Armenian Art Treasures of Jerusalem (New Rochelle: Caratzas Brothers, 1979), Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. V, no. 2 (Spring, 1980), p. 6.

 

1981

69. Armenian Architecture, an Exhibition, Armenian Studies Program, California State University, Fresno, Occasional Papers, no. 1 (Fresno, 1981), 16 pages.

70. “Exhibition of Armenian Architecture,” April, vol. 5, no. 8 (1981), pp. 40-44 (in Armenian).

71. “The Scaenae Frons in Armenian Art: The Classical Tradition in the East,” Byzantium and the Classical Tradition, A. Bryer, ed. (Birmingham, England, 1981), pp. 155-171.

72. “A Letter from Paris to William Saroyan,” International Herald Tribune, Paris, June 5, 1981; reprinted in the Fresno Bee, July 5, 1981, pp. 1, 8; French trans. “Lettre à Saroyan,” L’Arménie aujourd’hui, nos. 4-6, (1988), pp. 40-42; reprinted in Armenia Today (Yerevan, 1988), no. 4-6.

73. “The Purpose and Direction of Armenian Studies in the Diaspora,” La Struttura Negata, Cultura Armena nella Diaspora (Milan, 1981), pp. 97-104, reprinted in Hay Endanik, Venice, no. 1-2 (1981), pp. 42-47; reprinted in the Zoryan Institute Newsletter, vol. VI, no. 3, pp. 3, 6, 8; reprinted in Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. VI, no. 3, pp. 6, 8-9.

74. “The Classical Tradition in Armenian Art,” Revue des études arméniennes, vol. XV (1981), pp. 263-288.

75. “Saroyan and ‘Haratch’ or William Saroyan’s Last Armenian-Theme Play,” Haratch, Art and Thought (Paris, July, 1981), pp. 2-4, reprinted in Haratch 60 (Paris, 1986), pp. 247-256 (in Armenian).

76. “Paul Zareh Bedoukian,” Selected Numismatic Studies of Paul Z. Bedoukian (Los Angeles, 1981), pp. xv-xix.

77. “Preface,” William Saroyan Festival Program (Fresno: California State University, 1981), pp. 1-2.

78. “Saroyan on the Armenians: Haratch and Other Unpublished Plays,” William Saroyan Festival Program (Fresno: California State University, 1981), pp. 3-11.

79. “A Note on the Background of Haratch and Saroyan’s Writing Technique,” William Saroyan Festival Program (Fresno, 1981), pp. 12-13.

80. “The Armenian Diaspora in France: Hay Baykar and the ICOM Phenomenon,” Armenians in the Eighties, Prospects and Challenges, a Symposium (Berkeley, 1981), pp. 90-95.

 

1982

81. “Sous le joug des Turcomans et des Turcs ottomans (XVe-XVIe siècles),” Histoire des Arméniens, Gérard Dédéyan, ed., (Toulouse: Privat, 1982), pp. 341-376.

82. “The Armenian Inscriptions,” Annex II, A. S. Melikian-Chirvani, Islamic Metalwork from the Iranian World, 8th-18th Century (London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 1982), pp. 403-406.

83. “Computerization of Manuscript Illuminations: The Index of Armenian Art,” Actes du XVIe congrès international d’études byzantines (Vienna, 1982), 10 pages.

84. I.A.A. Index of Armenian Art, brochure, Armenian Studies Program (Fresno: California State University, 1982), 8 pages.

85. “Monetary Circulation in Southeastern Caucasia and Azerbaijan in the 12th-13th Centuries,” Actes du 9ème congrès international de numismatique, Berne, September 1979 (Louvain-la-Neuve and Luxembourg, 1982), pp. 883-884.

86. “Reflections on an Exhibit,” The Armenian Review, vol. 35, no. 2 (1982), pp. 200-207.

87. “Report,” National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for William Saroyan Paris Archives (1982), Armenian Assembly Newsletter.

88. “Preface,” reprint edition of Edwin M. Bliss, Turkey and the Armenian Atrocities (Fresno: Meshag Press, Fresno, 1982), pp. i-iv.

 

1983

89. “Dated Armenian Manuscripts as a Statistical Tool for Armenian History,” Medieval Armenian Culture, T. Samuelian and M. Stone, eds., University of Pennsylvania Armenian Texts and Studies, vol. 6 (Chico, CA, 1983, published 1984), pp. 425-439.

90. “Ethnic Origins and the ‘Armenian’ Policy of Emperor Heraclius,” Revue des études arméniennes, vol. XVII (1983), pp. 635-642.

91. “Preface,” William Saroyan: My Real Work is Being by David Stephan Calonne (Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina University Press, 1983), pp. 2-4.

92. “Reflections on Armenian Painting on the Occasion of an Exhibit,” Five West Coast Artists of Armenian Ancestry (Fresno Arts Center, Fresno, 1983), pp. 6-10.

93. “Forward,” Armenian Needlelace and Embroidery by Alice Odian Kasparian (McLean, Virginia, 1983), pp. 13-14.

 

1984

94. “Destruction des monuments historiques arméniens, poursuite de la politique de génocide,” Le Crime de Silence (Flammarion, Paris, 1984), pp. 295-310; English trans., “The Destruction of Armenian Historical Monuments as a Continuation of the Turkish Policy of Genocide,” The Crime of Silence, Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (London: Zed, 1985), pp. 173-185; German trans., “Die Zerstörung armenischer Kulturdenkmäler-eine Forsetzung der türkischen Völkermord-Politik,” Das Verbrechen des Schweigens, Die Verhandlung des türkischen Völkermords an den Armeniern vor dem Ständigen Tribunal der Völker, Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker (Göttingen, n.d. [1985]), pp. 155-162; reprinted in English, The Zoryan Bulletin, vol. II, no. 2 (Summer, 1984), pp. 4-5, 8; reprinted in French, Abaka (Nov. 11, 1985), p. 7; extracts translated into Armenian, Hayrenik‘i dzayn, no. 30 (1990), pp. 2, 3, 7.

95. “Le cinéma arménien aux États-Unis,” Armenia (Paris, June 1984), pp. 44-48.

96. “The Good Job de William Saroyan,” Armenia (Paris, June, 1984), pp. 48-49.

97. “The Last of the Armenian Plays (of William Saroyan),” Ararat, vol. XXV, no. 2 (Spring, 1984), pp. 24-28, for revised version (see no. 114).

98. “L’importance des centres de documentation arméniens,” Bulletin de la documentation arménienne, CRDA, Paris, no. 1 (June, 1984), p. 2.

99. Review of Lawrence Lee & Barry Gifford, Saroyan: A Biography (New York: Harper & Row, 1984), San Diego Union (December 26, 1984); reprinted in Asbarez (January 26, l985) and The Armenian Reporter (January 31, 1985).

 

1985

100. Lazar P‘arpets‘i, ‘History of the Armenians’ and the ‘Letter’ to Vahan Mamikonean, A Photographic Reproduction of the 1904 Tiflis Edition, with introduction and bibliography, Classical Armenian Text Reprint Series (Caravan Books, Delmar, N.Y., 1985), xl, xvi, 211 pages.

101. “Ghazar P‘arpets‘i on Nvarsak and Vahan Mamikonian,” Armenian Review, vol. 38, no. 3 (1985), pp.14-28.

1986

102. Armenian Studies/Études arméniennes: In Memoriam Haïg Berbérian, editor (Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1986), xli, 883 pages.

102a. Review by Peter Cowe, Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 5, pp.  227-230.

102b. Review by J.-P. Mahé, Revue des études arméniennes, vol. XXII (1988-89), pp. 554-559.

103. “Bibliography of Haïg Berbérian,” with Angèle Kapoïan, Armenian Studies/Études arméniennes: In Memoriam Haïg Berbérian (Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1986), pp. xxix-xli.

104. “Julfa on the Arax and Its Funerary Monuments,” with Jurgis Baltrušaitis, Armenian Studies/Études arméniennes: In Memoriam Haïg Berbérian (Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1986), pp. 9-53.

105. “Chinese Influences on Armenian Miniature Painting in the Mongol Period,” Armenian Studies/Études arméniennes: In Memoriam Haïg Berbérian (Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1986), pp. 415-468.

106. William Saroyan: An Armenian Trilogy, edited with an introduction and glossary (Fresno: The Press at California State University, 1986), 195 pages, 57 illustrations.

106a. Review by Nubar Agishian, Navasart (Los Angeles, 1986).

106b. Review by Lemyel Amirian, Armenian Observer, part I (January 7, 1987), part II (January 14, 1987), p. 27, and The California Courier (January 8, 1987). p. 11 (part I).

106c. Review by Ara Baliozian, Armenian Life (January 9, 1987), p. 26.

106d. Review by K. Tölölyan, Choice (March 1987).

106e. Review by Aram Veeser, Ararat, vol. XXXIV, no. 134 (Spring, 1993), pp. 67-72; reprinted in Critical Essays on William Saroyan, Harry Keyishian, ed. (New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1995).

107. Ptghni/Arudch, vol. 16, Documents of Armenian Architecture/Documenti di Architettura Armena, bilingual publication, English editor (Milan, 1986).

108. Lazar P‘arpets‘i, The Historian of the Wars of Vardan and Letter of Vahan Mamikonean (Delmar, 1986), xl pages (see no. 100).

108a. Review by Levon A. Saryan, Ararat, vol. 33 (Summer, 1992), pp. 62-63.

109. “From the Society” (Annual Report of the Society for Armenian Studies), Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. X, no. 3-XI, no. 1 (March, 1986), pp. 1-4.

110. Review of Richard G. Hovannisian, The Armenian Image in History and Literature, Studies in Near Eastern Culture and Society, vol. 3 (Malibu, 1981), Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, no. 20 (1986), pp. 109-110.

 

1987

111. Gandzasar, vol. 17, Documents of Armenian Architecture/

Documenti di Architettura Armena , bilingual publication, English editor (Milan, 1987).

112. “William Saroyan and the Armenian Ethnic Experience in America,” Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. III, nos. 1-2 (1986-87), pp. 161-174.

113. “William Saroyan, Filmmaker,” Ekran (Yerevan, 1987), no. 7 (July, 1987), pp. 12-14 (in Armenian).

114. “Saroyan Shoots a Film,” William Saroyan: The Man and the Writer Remembered, Leo Hamalian, ed. (Rutherford, Madison, Teaneck, New Jersey, London & Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1987), pp. 77-83.

115. Review of Frédéric Feydit, Amulettes de l’Arménie chrétienne (Venice, l986), Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 3 (l987), pp. 173-174.

116. Review of Gilles Hennequin, Catalogue des monnaies musulmanes de la Bibliothèque nationale, [Tome V], Asie pré-mongole, les Salguqs et leurs successeurs, xi, 932 pages, Bibliothèque nationale (Paris, l985), Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, no. 21 (1987), pp. 93-94.

1988

117. Sevan, vol. 18, Documents of Armenian Architecture/

Documenti di Architettura Armena , bilingual publication, English editor (Milan, 1988).

118. “A Critical Bibliography for the History of Armenia from 1375 to 1605,” Armenian Review, vol. 41, no. 1 (Spring, l988), pp. 39-45.

119. “William Saroyan and the Armenian Ethnic Experience in America,” (Armenian translation of no. 112 with Russian résumé), Banber, quarterly of Yerevan State University, no. 1/64 (1988), pp. 94-101.

120. “Saroyan gira un film,” Nuovo Cinema qoutidiano, Publicato per la XXIV Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema, Pesaro, no. 4 (June 14, 1988), p. 3.

121. “Paradzanov, Pelesjan e gli altri,” NuovoCinema qoutidiano, Publicato per la XXIV Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema, Pesaro, no. 8 (June 18, 1988), p. 1.

 

1989

122. Gharabagh, vol. 19, Documents of Armenian Architecture/ Documenti di Architettura Armena, bilingual publication, English editor (Milan, 1989).

123. Sorhul, vol. 20, Documents of Armenian Architecture/ Documenti di Architettura Armena, bilingual publication, English editor (Milan, 1989).

124. “The Status of Artists and Intellectuals in Soviet Armenia,” Armenian Review, vol. 42, no. 3 (Autumn, 1989, published 1990), pp. 53-62.

125.  Review of Robert W. Edwards, The Fortifications of Armenian Cilicia, Dumbarton Oaks Studies, vol. XXIII (Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1987), Revue des études arméniennes, vol. XXI (1988-1989), pp. 540-546.

126. Review of V. Nersessian, Armenian Illuminated Gospel-Books (London: The British Library, 1987), Revue des études arméniennes, vol. XXI (1990), pp. 546-548.

 

1990

127. “Les XVe et XVIe siècles: l’Arménie sans état et sans espoir,” chap. V of Les Arméniens. Histoire d’une chrétienté, G. Dédéyan, ed. (Toulouse: Privat, 1990), pp. 40-43.

128. “Le sort des monuments architecturaux arméniens depuis les voyages de H. F. B. Lynch,” Fragments d'un discours d’Arménie: photographies originales de H. F. B. Lynch, Artémis and Berdj Achdjian, eds. (Paris, 1990), pp. 3-7.

129. “Requiem pour Paradjanov. Réflexions à propos d’un collage,” Haratch, Art and Thought (October, 1990), p. 3.

 

1991

130.  Warsaw Visitor & Tales from the Vienna Streets, The Last Two Plays of William Saroyan, edited with an introduction (Fresno: The Press at California State University, 1991), ix, 212 pages, 43 illustrations.

130a. Review by Nubar Agishian, Navasart, Los Angeles, vol X, no. 117 (April, 1992), pp. 6-12.

130b. Review by Aram Veeser, Ararat, vol. XXXIV, no. 134 (Spring, 1993), pp. 67-72; reprinted in Critical Essays on William Saroyan, edited by Harry Keyishian (New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1995).

130c. Review by Arby Ovannesian, Haratch, Art and Thought (May, 1994), pp. 3-4.

130d. Review by Harold Aram Veeser, Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. V, no. 2 (Winter/Spring, 1995-6), pp. 99-110.

 

131. “Les tapis à inscriptions arméniennes,” R. H. Kévorkian and Berdj Achdjian, Tapis et textiles arméniens (Marseille, 1991), pp. 67-72.

132. “Requiem for Paradjanov,” (in Armenian), Hnch‘ak hayastani, vol. I (Yerevan, October 15, 1991), p. 6 (translation of no. 129).

133. “Identifying the Apostles in Armenian Narrative Miniatures,” Abstracts of Lectures, Fifth Biennial Conference, Association internationale des études arméniennes (Bologna, 1990; Leiden, 1991), pp. 29-30.

134. Résumé, “Le livre manuscrit arménien et sa décoration,” Program of “Le livre et la mémoire dans la tradition arménienne,” a conference at the Fondation Léa et Napoléon Bullukian, Champagne au Mont d’Or (Lyon, March 16, 1991).

 

1992

135. The Arts of Armenia (Accompanied by a Collection of 300 Slides in Color) (Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1992), 85 pages, 300 slides.

136. Nor Djulfa, vol. 21, Documents of Armenian Architecture/ Documenti di Architettura Armena, bilingual publication, English editor (Venice: OEMMA Edizioni, 1992), 123 pages.

137. “Simple Mechanical-Chemical Cleaning of Ancient Coins,” Armenian Numismatic Journal, vol. XVIII, no. 3 (September, 1992), pp. 55-58 (abridged version of no. 50).

138. “Dated Armenian Manuscript Bindings from the Mekhitarist Library, Venice,” Atti del Quinto Simposio Internazionale di Arte Armena–1988 (Venice: San Lazzaro, 1992), pp. 403-412.

139. “Whitman and Saroyan: Singing the Song of America,” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review, vol. 10, no. 1 (Summer, 1992), pp. 16-24.

140. “Les Arméniens aux États-Unis,” special issue, Arménie: 3000 ans d’histoire, Les Dossiers d’archéologie, no. 177 (Paris, December, 1992), pp. 136-138.

141. “A Tribute to a Scholar,” Father Levon Zekiyan, Commemorative Booklet (Los Angeles, 1992), p. 13.

142. “April 24, 1992 Armenian Genocide Address,” The Armenian Reporter International (May 23, 1992), pp. 14, 24.

143. Review of Kevork Gulian’s Elementary Modern Armenian Grammar (New York: Hippocrene Books, 1990), Modern Language Journal, vol. 76/1 (1992), pp. 82-83.

1993

144. “Inscribed Armenian Manuscript Bindings: A Preliminary General Survey,” Armenian Texts, Tasks and Tools. Papers of an Association internationale des études arméniennes Workshop on Priorities, Problems and Techniques of Text Editions, Henning J. Lehmann and J. J. S. Weitenberg, eds. (Aarhus, 1993), pp. 101-109, pls. 1-5.

145. “Les Arméniens et le cinéma américain,” Le cinéma arménien, Jean Radvanyi, ed. (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1993), pp. 104-122.

146. “The Evolution of Armenian Gospel Illumination: The Formative Period (9th-11th Centuries),” Armenian and the Bible, Christoph Burchard, ed. (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1993), pp. 125-142.

147. Review article “New Publications in French on Armenian Subjects,” Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. XVII, no. 2 (Autumn, 1993), pp. 10-12. 

1994

148. “The Genocide and Armenian Political Violence: Attitudes of Armenian Militants to the Genocide,” Genocide & Human Rights, a special issue, Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. IV, nos. 1 and 2 (1992, pub. 1994), pp. 187-198.

149. “From Disintegration to Reintegration: Armenians at the Start of the Modern Era, XVIth-XVIIth Centuries,” Revue du monde arménien, vol. I (1994), pp. 9-18.

150. “Lazar Parpetzi,” Studies in Classical Armenian Literature, John Greppin, ed.  (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1994), pp. 152-192.

151. Review of Robert Thomson, translator, The History of Lazar P‘arpets‘i, Armenian Review, vol. 45, no. 3 (Autumn, 1992, published April, 1994), pp. 72-74.

 

1995

152. “[Armenischen] Künstler in der Diaspora,” Armenien, Wiederentdeckung einer alten Kulturlandschaft, exhibition catalogue, 14 January-17 April 1995 (Bochum: Bochum Museum, 1995), pp. 363-366, illustrated.

153. “Armenian Gospel Illumination and the Classical Tradition,” Text and Context. Studies in the Armenian New Testament, Papers Presented to the Conference on the Armenian New Testament, May 22-28, 1992, S. Ajamian and M. E. Stone, eds., University of Pennsylvania Armenian Texts and Studies, vol. 13 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995), pp. 59-73, with 6 figs.

154. “Survival of an Independent Armenia in a Hostile Environment,” The Armenian Reporter International, vol. 28, no. 29 (1995), pp. 5, 30.

155. “A Unique Armenian Papyrus,” Vth International Conference on Armenian Linguistics, Abstracts (Montreal, 1995), pp. 10-11.

156. “The Album of Armenian Paleography: Report on a Workshop of January 20-24, 1994 in Aarhus,” Revue des études arméniennes, vol. 25 (1994-5), pp. 483-494.

157. “Armenian Iconography: A New Approach,” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 6 (1992, 1993, issued 1995), pp. 201-222.

158. “Armenia at the Start of the Modern Era, XVIth-XVIIth Centuries,” Bazmavep, vol. 153 (1995), pp. 218-229.

159. “Whitman and Saroyan: Singing the Song of America,” Critical Essays on William Saroyan, Harry Keyishian, ed. (New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1995), pp. 72-80, originally published in Walt Whitman Quarterly Review (no. 139).

160.  Reviews of Bernard Coulie, Répertoire des bibliothèques et des catalogues de manuscrits arméniens (Turnhout, 1992), and idem, Répertoire des manuscrits arméniens/Census of Armenian Manuscripts, Liste des sigles utilisés pour désigner les manuscrits (Leiden, 1994), Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 6 (1992-1993, issued 1995), pp. 255-258.

 

1996

161. “A Unique Armenian Papyrus,” Acts of the Vth International Conference on Armenian Linguistics, D. Sakayan, ed. (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1996), pp. 381-386.

162. “Armenia. VI. Other arts. 1. Ceramics. 2. Jewellery. 3. Metalwork. 4. Textiles, embroidery, and lace,” The Dictionary of Art (New York & London: Macmillan-Grove, 1996), vol. 2, pp. 439-443.

163. “Major Exhibit on Armenia in Paris,” The Armenian Reporter International (June 29, 1996), p. 20, 23.

164. “Treasures of Ancient Armenia from the Beginning to the 4th Century,” Armenian Observer (September, 1996).

165. “Two Major Exhibits in France,” Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter, vol. XX, no. 1/45 (November, 1996), p. 1.

166. “Armenian Manuscript Illumination in the Formative Period: Text Groups, Eusebian Apparatus, Evangelists’ Portraits,” Settimnane di studio del Centro italiano di studi sull’alto medioevo (Spoleto, Italy 1996), pp. 1015-1051, 20 plates.

 

1997

167. “Identifying the Apostles in Armenian Narrative Miniatures,” From Byzantium to Iran: Armenian Studies in Honour of Nina G. Garsoïan, Jean-Pierre Mahé and Robert W. Thomson, eds. (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1997), pp. 453-474.

168. “Armenian Paleography: A Reassessment,” Scribes et manuscrits du Moyen-Orient, François Déroche and Francis Richard, eds. (Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1997), pp. 177-188.

169.  Review article, “A Final Look at Eastern Asia Minor,” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 7 (1994, pub. 1997), pp. 1-8.

170. “Armenia: A Decade of Turmoil,” The Armenian Reporter International (March 16, 1997), pp. 14-16, and Armenian Observer (March 26, 1997), pp. 8-9.

171. “The New Julfa Style of Armenian Manuscript Binding,” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 8 (1995, pub. 1997), pp. 13-36.

172. “Armenia from the Fall of the Cilician Kingdom (1375) to the Forced Emigration under Shah Abbas (1604),” The Armenian People from Ancient to Modern Times, Richard Hovannisian, ed. (New York: St. Martin Press, 1997), vol. 2, pp. 1-50.

173. “Response to ‘Modern Armenian Culture’: The Distinguished Lecture of Levon Zekiyan,” Armenian Perspectives: 10th Anniversary Conference of the Association International des Études Arméniennes, edited by Nicholas Awde, Caucasus World Series (Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997), pp. 355-361, notes pp. 430-431.

 

1998

174. “Paris and the Arts,” The Armenian Reporter International (January 24, 1998), pp. 17, 19.

175. “Les reliures de manuscrits arméniens à inscriptions,” Recherches de codicologie comparée. La composition du codex au Moyen Âge, en Orient et en Occident, Philippe Hoffman, ed. (Paris: Presses de l’École normale supérieure, 1998), pp. 259-274.

176. “Armenia in the Age of Columbus,” Armenian Mind, vol. II, no. 1 (Yerevan, 1998), pp. 109-126.

177. Reprint of “Armenia from the Fall of the Cilician Kingdom (1375) to the Forced Emigration under Shah Abbas (1604),” (see no. 172) and “A Critical Bibliography for the History of Armenia from 1375 to 1605,” (see no. 118) (Fresno: CSUF Armenian Studies Program, 1998), ii, 50, 7 pages.

178. “A Unique Armeno-Greek Papyrus,” Études coptes, vol. V, M. Rassart-Debergh, ed. (Paris, Louvain: Éditions Peeters, 1998), pp. 165-169.

179. “Der Kuenstler William Saroyan,” ADK (Armenisch-Deutsche Korrespondenz) (1998), no. 4, pp. 32-33.

180. “Confiscation and Destruction: A Manifestation of the Genocidal Process,” Armenian Forum, vol. 1, no. 3 (Autumn, 1998), pp. 1-12.

181. “The Miniature Cycle in the Armenian Version of the History of Alexander the Great,” Twenty-Fourth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference Abstracts (Lexington: University of Kentucky, 1998), p. 96.

 

1999

182. Ghazar P‘arpec‘i matenagitut’yun (Bibliography of Ghazar P‘arpec‘i), Publication of the St. Mesrop Mashtots‘ College, vol. 4 (Yerevan, 1999), 24 pages.

183. “L’iconographie de l’Histoire d’Alexandre le Grand dans les manuscrits arméniens,” Alexandre le Grand dans les littératures occidentales et proche-orientales. Actes du Colloque de Paris, 27-29 novembre 1997, Laurence Harf-Lancner, Claire Kappler et François Suard, eds. (Nanterre: Université Paris X, 1999), pp. 95-112, with six color plates.

184. “Letter to the Editor,” Armenian Numismatic Journal, vol. XXV/2 (June, 1999), p. 20, on Kh. Musheghian.

185. “Sirarpie Der Nersessian, A Pioneer of Armenian Studies,” Ararat Literary Quarterly, New York, vol. XL, no. 157 (Winter, 1999), pp. 2-7.

186. “La confiscation des biens et la destruction des monuments historiques comme manifestations du processus génocidaire,” L’actualité du Génocide des Arméniens (Paris, 1999), pp. 213-224.

 

2000

187. Moïse de Khorène et l’historiographie arménienne des origines, editor (Antelias, Lebanon: Press of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, 2000), 223 pages.

188. “Moïse de Khorène: le témoignage des scribes,” Moïse de Khorène et l’historiographie arménienne des origines (Antelias, Lebanon: Press of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, 2000), pp. 93-102.

189. “Kai Armenikos Xrusos,” Istorika (Athens, April 2000), pp. 14-24, illustrated, in Greek (translation of no. 186).

190. “Van under the Mongol, Turkmen, Persian, and Ottoman Domination,” Van, vol. 1, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces, Richard Hovannisian, ed. (Costa Mesa: Mazda, 2000), pp. 78-93.

191. “Visual Perceptions of Van through Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Travel Accounts,” Van, vol. 1, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces, Richard Hovannisian, ed. (Costa Mesa: Mazda, 2000), pp. 108-122.

 

2001

192. “Armenian Town. Forward,” Armenian Town. Poetry by: P. Aloojian, J. Baloian. Y. S. Bulbulian, R. Dzerigian, M. Krekorian, B. Najimian-Magarity (Fresno: The William Saroyan Society, 2001), pp. ix-x.

193. “Preface,” exhibition catalogue, Modern Icons: Contemporary Artists and the Legacy of the Armenian Illuminated Manuscripts, Brand Library and Art Center, Glendale Library (September 15-October 20, 2001), pp. 2-3.

194. “Preface,” Berge Bulbulian, The Fresno Armenians, 2nd edition (Fresno, 2001), pp. xiii-xvii.

195. “Tribute,” 40th Anniversary of Professor Richard G. Hovannisian’s Contribution to Armenian Studies, banquet book (n. p. [Los Angeles, UCLA], 2001), p. 80.

196. “Confiscation of Armenian Property and the Destruction of Armenian Historical Monuments as a Manifestation of the Genocidal Process,” Anatomy of Genocide: State-Sponsored Mass-Killings in the Twentieth Century, Alexandre Kimenyi and Otis L. Scott, eds. (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001), pp. 307-319.

 

2002

197.  Album of Armenian Paleography, with Michael Stone and Henning Lehmann, sponsored by the Armenian Academy of Sciences (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2002), in-folio, 556 pages, 220 color plates.

197a. Review by Patrick Donabedian, Haratch, Art and Thought (October 5, 2003), pp. 1, 4.

197b. Review by Vrej Nersessian, Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 13 (2003, 2004), pp. 147-156.

197c. Review by Giusto Traina, Litterae Caelestes. rivista annuale internazionale de paleografia, codicologia, diplomatica e storia delle testimonianze scritte, vol. 1 (2005), pp. 218-220.

197d. Review by Peter Cowe, Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 14 (2005), pp. 175-180.

198. “History of Armenian Paleography,” special extract, M. Stone, D. Kouymjian, H. Lemann, Album of Armenian Paleography (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2002), pp. 5-75.

199. Review of Robert Thomson, The Lawcode [“Datastanagirk’”] of Mxit‘ar Gosh (Amsterdam & Atlanta, 2000), Speculum, vol. 77/3 (July, 2002), pp. 1026-27.

 

2003

200. La Storia di Alessandro il Macedone, Codice miniato armeno del secolo XIV (Venezia, ms. San Lazzaro 424), editor in chief Giusto Traina, with the collaboration of Carlo Franco, Dickran Kouymjian, Cecilia Veronese Arslan, “Helios” Collana editoriale del Centro Veneto Studi e Ricerche sulle Civiltà Classiche e Orientali, no. 5, 2 vols., I, Introduction, study of the miniatures, translation, bibliography, index, 194 pages;  II, Le miniature, facsimile of 254 folios (Padua, 2003).

201. “When Does Genocide End? The Armenian Case,” The Armenian Weekly, vol. 69, no. 15 (April 12, 2003), pp. 8-9.

202. “Introduction to Warsaw Visitor [and] Tales from the Vienna Streets: The Last Two Plays of William Saroyan,” (see no. 130), Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, vol. 137 (New York, Gale, 2003), pp. 172-186. 

203. “The Role of University Chairs,” Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. VII, no. 2 (Summer, 2003), pp. 31-35.

204. “The Future of Armenian Studies,” Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. VII, no. 2 (Summer, 2003), pp. 185-190.

205. “Entretien avec Jean-Pierre Péroncel-Hugoz, grand reporter au Monde, de retour d’Azerbaïdjan,” Haratch (September 2, 2003), p. 2; partially reprinted with photos as “Entretien avec J.-P. Péroncel-Hugoz: Ces chrétiens du Caucase, massacrés et vainqueurs…,” Le Libre Journal, no. 305 (October, 2003), pp. 8-9, and again as “On dirait qu’il n’y a jamais eu d’Arméniens à Bakou,” Nouvelles d’Arménie, no. 91 (November, 2003), pp. 36-37.

206. “The Anatolia College Gospels,” American College in Thessaloniki, Anatolia Alumnus (October, 2003), no. 90, pp. 84-95, with a Greek translation.

207. “When Does Genocide End? The Armenian Case,” Avarayr, Official Chronicle of the Knights of Vartan Brotherhood, (March-April 2003), p. 3 (May-June 2003), p. 4 (see no. 201).

208. “The Decline and Revival of Erzerum: Sixteenth-Eighteenth Centuries,” Armenian Karin/Erzerum, vol. 4, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces, Richard Hovannisian, ed. (Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers, 2003), pp. 123-134.

209. “Picasso Museum in Antibes Features Sarian and Sarkis,” The Armenian Reporter International (June 28, 2003), pp. 1-2; The Armenian Mirror Spectator (June 28, 2003); Nor Gyank (July 3, 2003).  

210.  Review of S. Peter Cowe, Ani. World Architectural Heritage of a Medieval Armenian Capital (Louvain: Peters, 2001), Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 12 (2001, 2002, pub. 2003), pp. 75-77.

211. Review of Garo Kürkman, Ottoman Silver Marks (Istanbul: Mathusalem Publications, 1996), Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 12 (2001, 2002, pub. 2003), pp. 86-88.

 

2004

212. “A Journey to Greece and Anatolia,” The Anatolian (Spring, 2004), p. 7.

213. Review of Robert W. Thomson, The Armenian History Attributed to Sebeos, 2 vols. (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1999), Speculum, vol. 79/2 (April, 2004), pp. 566-568.

 

2005

214. “The Right Hand of St. Gregory and other Armenian Arm Relics,” Les objets de la mémoire. Pour une approche comparatiste des reliques et de leur culte, Philippe Borgeaud and Youri Volokhine, eds. (Geneva: Peter Lang, 2005), pp. 215-240.

215. “Sirarpie Der Nersessian(1896-1989). Pioneer of Armenian Art History,” Women Medievalists and the Academy, Jane Chance, ed. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005), pp. 482-493.

216. “The Legacy of the Indjoudjians,” with Berdj Achdjian, Hali, no. 142 (2005), pp. 68-73.

 

2006

217. Album of Armenian Paleography, with Michael Stone and Henning Lehmann, sponsored by the Armenian Academy of Sciences (see no. 197), Armenian translation by Aram Topchyan and Gohar Muradyan, Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin (Yerevan: Tigran Medzn Press, 2006), in-folio, 556 pages, 220 color plates.

218. “Chinese Motifs in Thirteenth-Century Armenian Art: The Mongol Connection,” Beyond the Legacy of Genghis Khan, Linda Komaroff, ed. (Leiden: Brill, 2006), pp. 303-324, pls. 23-25, figs. 58-67.

219. “Foreword,” Hrayr S. Karaguezian, Genocide and Life Insurance. The Armenian Case (La Verne, CA: University of La Verne Press, 2006), pp. ix-xiii.

220. “Armenian Binding from Manuscript to Printed Book (16th – 19th cent.),” Gazette du livre médiéval, no. 49 (Autumn, 2006), pp. 1-14.

 

2007

221. “Paradjanov: un artiste qui faisait des films,” Paradjanov le magnifique, 13 February—2 April 2007, catalogue (Paris: École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, 2007), pp. 35-51.

222. “Requiem pour Paradjanov, réflexion à propos d’un collage,” Paradjanov le magnifique, 13 February—2 April 2007, catalogue (Paris: École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, 2007), pp. 156-159 (reprint of no. 129).

223. “Portrait de l’artiste en cinéaste. Journal d’un tournage manqué,” À la recherche de Serguei Paradjanov, Dominique Bax and Cyril Béghin, eds., Théâtre au cinéma, vol. 18 (Bobigny: Magic Cinéma, 2007), pp. 146-161.

224. “L’architecture en Grande Arménie (milieu XIIIe—milieu XVe siècle),” Armenia sacra : Mémoire chrétienne des Arméniens (IVe–XVIIIe siècle), Le Louvre, 21 February–21 May 2007, catalogue Jannic Durand, Ioanna Rapti, Dorota Giovannoni eds. (Paris: Somogy, 2007), pp. 300-305.

225. “Architecture et sculpture, les derniers feux,” Armenia sacra : Mémoire chrétienne des Arméniens (IVe–XVIIIe siècle), Le Louvre, 21 February–21 May 2007, catalogue Jannic Durand, Ioanna Rapti, Dorota Giovannoni eds. (Paris: Somogy, 2007) pp. 366-371.

226. 17 descriptive notices of liturgical objects from Etchmiadzin, Armenia sacra : Mémoire chrétienne des Arméniens (IVe–XVIIIe siècle), Le Louvre, 21 February–21 May 2007, catalogue Jannic Durand, Ioanna Rapti, Dorota Giovannoni eds. (Paris: Somogy, 2007), pp. 34, 276-277, 279-280, 404, 414-415, 417-419, 420-427, 431-444.

227. “L’art des tentures de chœur arméniennes,” Ors et trésors d’Arménie, Musée des tissus et des Arts décoratifs and Musée d’art religieux de Fourvière, 22 March—15 July, catalogue Maria-Anne Privat-Savigny and Bernard Berthod, eds. (Lyon, 2007), pp. 30-35.

228. “L’orfèverie liturgique en Arménie,” Ors et trésors d’Arménie, Musée des tissus et des Arts décoratifs and Musée d’art religieux de Fourvière, 22 March—15 July, catalogue Maria-Anne Privat-Savigny and Bernard Berthod, eds. (Lyon, 2007), pp. 78-89.

229. 39 descriptive notices of altar curtains and liturgical objects from Etchmiadzin, Ors et trésors d’Arménie, Musée des tissus et des Arts décoratifs and Musée d’art religieux de Fourvière, 22 March—15 July, catalogue Maria-Anne Privat-Savigny and Bernard Berthod, eds. (Lyon, 2007 ), pp. 65-74, 92-95, 99-103, 105-109, 116-118, 121-123, 125-128, 131-132, 134.

230. “Profession photographe : les photographes arméniens dans l’Empire ottoman,” Qantara, Institut du monde arabe, no. 63 (2007), pp. 44-47.

231. “Les différents types d'écriture arménienne (Ve-XIXe siècle),” Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 52-67.

232. “La structure et l’illustration des manuscrits arméniens,” Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 82-93.

233. “Les illustrations du Roman d’Alexandre et autres textes profanes,” Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 164-172.

234. “Le manuscrit arménien après l’imprimerie (XVIe-XIXe siècles),” Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 173-177.

235. “Les reliures à inscriptions des manuscrits arméniens,” Arménie: la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 236-247.

236. “Les fiancés de Kütahya,” Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July' catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed. (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), p. 256.

237.  13 descriptive notices of manuscripts, inscribed stones, ceramics and textiles, Arménie : la magie de l’écrit, La Vieille Charité, Marseille, 27 April–22 July, catalogue, Claude Mutafian, ed.  (Paris-Marseille: Somogy, 2007), pp. 55, 90, 165-171, 175, 190, 256, 259, 278, 280, 357.

238. “Textiles arméniens: une riche palette,” Trames d’Arménie : tapis et broderies sur les chemins de l’exil (1900-1940), Muséon Arlaten, 16 June 2007–6 January 2008, catalogue Dominique Serena, ed. (Arles, 2007), pp. 29-35.

239. 3 descriptive notices with Angèle Kapoïan, Trames d’Arménie : tapis et broderies sur les chemins de l’exil (1900-1940), Muséon Arlaten, 16 June 2007–6 January 2008, catalogue Dominique Serena, ed. (Arles, 2007), pp. 96-99.

240. “Sous le joug des Turcomans et des Turcs ottomans (XVe-XVIe siècle),” Histoire du peuple arménien, Gérard Dédéyan, ed. (Toulouse: Privat, 2007), pp. 377-411, augmented and revised edition of the 1982 volume Histoire des Arméniens (see no. 81).

241. “L’image de l’Arménie et des Arméniens en Occident,” Loin de l’Ararat : les petites Arménies de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée. Les Arméniens de Marseille, Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (MUCEM, virtual exhibition) et Musée d’Histoire de la Ville de Marseille, under the direction of Myriame Morel-Deledalle, Claire Mouradian, Florence Pizzorni-Itié, 22 June–29 September 2007 (Paris: Hazan, 2007), pp. 42-44.

242. “Évolution de la paléographie arménienne,” Illuminations d’Arménie. Arts du livre et de la pierre dans l’Arménie ancienne et médiévale, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Geneva, 15 September–30 December 2007, catalogue Valentina Calzolari, ed. (Geneva : Fondation Martin Bodmer, 2007), pp. 27-33.

243. “La structure et l’illustration des manuscrits arméniens,” Illuminations d’Arménie. Arts du livre et de la pierre dans l’Arménie ancienne et médiévale, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Geneva, 15 September–30 December 2007, catalogue Valentina Calzolari, ed. (Geneva : Fondation Martin Bodmer, 2007), pp. 41-59.

244. 4 descriptive notices of manuscripts, Illuminations d’Arménie. Arts du livre et de la pierre dans l’Arménie ancienne et médiévale, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Geneva, 15 September–30 December 2007, catalogue Valentina Calzolari, ed.  (Geneva : Fondation Martin Bodmer, 2007), pp. 126-128, 164-177, 226-229.

245. “Armenians in Constantinople 1453-1600,” proceedings of the conference Constantinopla. 550 años desde su caida, vol. III, Constantinopla Otomana, Spain, December 4-6, 2003, E. Motos Guirao, M. Morfakidis Filactós, eds. (Granada, 2006, published 2007), pp. 35-41.

2008

DKF Dickran Kouymjian Festschrift. Between Paris and Fresno: Armenian Studies in Honor of Dickran Kouymjian, Barlow Der Mugrdechian, editor, Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers, 2008, xlii, 761 pages.
DKFa Reviewed by Marc Mamikonian, JSAS: Journals of the Society for Armenan Studies, vol. 17 (2008), pp. 216-219.
DKFb Reviewed by Jean-Pierre Mahé, Revue des etudes arméniennes, n.s., vol. 32 (2010), pp. 297-299.

246. "Forward," Terry Phillips, Murder at the Altar, A Historical Novel, Bakersfield, CA: Hye Books, 2008, p. ix.

247. “Cilicia and Its Catholicosate from the Fall of the Kingdom to 1915,” Armenian Cilicia, UCLA Armenian History and Culture Series, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces, Richard G. Hovannisian and Simon Payaslian, eds. (Costa Mesa: Mazda, 2008), pp. 297-307.

248. “Reliques et reliquaires. Comment les Arméniens honorent leurs saints,” ARMENIACA 2. La culture arménienne hier et aujourd'hui. Actes du Colloque "La culture arménienne hier et aujourd'hui, 1600 ans après la création de l'alphabet," Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, 16-17 mars 2007, sous la direction de Robert Dermerguérian et Patrick Donabédian (Aix-en-Provence, 2008), pp. 171-182 with 4 color plates.

249. “Post-Byzantine Armenian Bookbinding and Its Relationship to the Greek Tradition,” proceedings of an international conference Athens, Greece, October 13-16, 2005, Vivlioamphiasts 3. The Book in Byzantium: Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Bookbinding, Niki Tsironis, editor, Athens, 2008, pp. 163-176.

250. “The Decoration of Medieval Armenian Manuscript Bindings,” Le reliure médiévale, conference proceedings Institut de France, Paris, May 22-24, 2003 (Brepols, 2008), pp. 209-218.

251.  "Dickran Kouymjian, Bibliographies complètes de members," AIEA Newsletter, no. 44 (June 2008) pp. 24-44.

252. "Saroyan and Filmmaking with a William Saroyan Filmography," Catalogue. Fifth Yerevan International Film Festival Golden Apricot (Erevan, 2008), pp. 179-182.

253. "Saroyane ev kinon" (Saroyan and Cinema),  Golden Apricot Daily, no. 5, 18 July 2008, p. 2.

254. "A Letter to Bill," in Janice Stevens and Pat Hunter, William Saroyan. Places in Time, Fresno: Craven Street Books, 2008, pp. 66-68.  Reprint of no. 72.

255. "William Saroyan the Artist," Novoye vremya, Erevan (July 15, 2008), Russian translation of no.179,

256. An Armenian Trilogy. Armenians, Bitlis, Haratch,  (see no. 106), Armenian translation by Mary Mak'sapetyan, Erevan: HGM Publishers, 2008, 183 pages.

257. "Saroyan and Filmmaking," Armenian Palette. Culture Book Serial, vol. 9 (2008), special issue: 100 William Saroyan, pp. 12-13.

258. "Who Reads Saroyan Today?" Armenian Palette. Culture Book Serial, vol. 9 (2008), special issue: 100 William Saroyan, pp. 34-37.

259. "William Saroyan's Final Year," Armenian Palette. Culture Book Serial, vol. 9 (2008), special issue: 100 William Saroyan, p. 37.

260. “From Manuscript to Printed Book: Armenian Bookbinding from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century,” Printing and Publishing from the Middle East, Papers from the Second International Symposium on the History of Printing and Publishing in the Languages and Countries of the Middle East, Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, 2-4 November 2005, Philip Sadgrove, ed.,  Journal of Semitic Studies, Supplement 24, Oxford, 2008, pp. 13-21, 276-297 (plates).

261. “The Intrusion of East Asian Imagery in Thirteenth Century Armenia: Political and Cultural Exchange along the Silk Road,” The Journey of Maps and Images on the Silk Road, Philippe Forêt and Andreas Kaplony, eds., Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2008, pp. 119-133, pls. 12-19.

261a. Review: PHILIPPE FORÊT AND ANDREAS KAPLONY: The Journey of Maps and Images on the Silk Road, reviewed by HelenPersson, Acta Orientalia, vol. LXX (2009), pp. 273-9.

262. "Saroyan'in "Bitlis" Oyunu" (Saroyan's Bitlis), Amerika'dan Bitlis'e William Saroyan, Derleme, Istanbul: Aras, 2008, pp. 61-71.  Turkish translation of the introduction to the play Bitlis, see no. 106.

263. "Saroyan'a Mektup" (A Letter to Saroyan), Amerika'dan Bitlis'e William Saroyan, Derleme, Istanbul: Aras, 2008, pp. 145-149.  Turkish translation of no. 72.

264. "Bugün Saroyan'i Kimler Okuyor? Saroyan'in Amerikan Edebiyatindaki Yerine Dair Bir Degerlendirme" (Who Reads Saroyan Today?), Amerika'dan Bitlis'e William Saroyan, Derleme, Istanbul: Aras, 2008, pp. 205-214. Turkish translation of no. 258, an address given at Stanford University in 1997.

265. "L'Années de l'Arménie (2006-7) : 26 Exhibition Catalogues," AIEA, Newsletter no. 44, June 2008, pp. 59-62.

2009

266. Young Saroyan, Follow and other Early Writings, edited by William B. Secrest Jr, Introduction by Dickran Kouymjian, Fresno: The Press at California State University, Fresno, 2009, xxxviii, 159 pages.

266a. Review by Lusine Fereshet'yan, Azg orat'ert' – Mshakuyt #3 (Nation (daily), Culture supplement #3), 27 March2010, in Armenian.

266b. Review by Michael Kovacs, Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 19, no. 1 (June 2010), pp. 134-136.

267.  "The Armenian Right Arm Reliquary of St. Nicholas," ANAΘHMATA EOPTIKA. Studies in Honor of Thomas F. Mathews, edited by Joseph D. Alchermes, Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 2009, pp. 223-229, plus pl. 24.

268. "The Importance of the Cilician Museum Collection for the History of Armenian Liturgical Metalwork," Culture of Cilician Armenian, Antelias, Jan. 2008, Hask Armenological Yearbook, N.S. vol. 11(2007-8, published2009), pp. 439-447.

269. “Armenians in Constantinople 1453-1600,” in Isabelle Augé and Gérard Dédéyan, eds., L'Eglise arménienne entre Grecs et Latins : fin XIe - milieu XVe siècle, Paris: Geuthner, 2009, pp. 139-150.

2010

270. "Les potiers de Kütahya," Nouvelles d'Arménie Magazine, no. 160 (February 2010), pp. 74-5.

271. "Le rôle des potiers arméniens de Kütahya dans l’histoire de la céramique ottomane," Des serviteur fidèles. Les enfants de l'Arménie auservice de l'État truc, Maxime Yevadian, ed., Sources d'Arménie, Montélimar, 2010, pp. 64-85.

272. Review of Jean-Maurice Fiey, Syriaque Saints, in al-Masaq Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean, vol 22/1 (2010), pp. 108-9.

273. "An Interpretation of Bagratid and Artsruni Art and Ceremony. A Review Essay of Lynn Jones, Between Islam and Byzantium," Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 18, no. 2 (2009), pp. 111-131.

274. Review of Grigoris Balakian, Armenian Golgotha: A Me)moir of the Armenian Genocide, 1915–1918, transl. and ed. Peter Balakian with Aris Sevag (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2009), in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, vol. 24, no. 2 (2010), pp. 321-324.

275. "Forward," Serge N. Mouraviev, Erkataguir ou Comment naquit l'alphabet arménien, vol. I of Les trois secrets de Mesrop Machtots ou la genes des alphabets paléochrétiens du Caucase, Sankt Austin: Academia Verlag, 2010, pp. 3-7.

2011

276. Review of Annemarie Weyl Carr, Cyprus and the Devotional Arts of Byzantium in the Era of the Crusades (2005), in al-Masaq Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean, vol. 23/1 (2011), pp. 67-70.

277. Artsakh-Karabagh. Jardin des arts et des traditions arméniens. Garden of Armenian Arts and Traditions, sous la direction/edited by Dickran Kouymjian et Claude Mutafian, Paris: Somogy Art Publishers, 2011.

278. “L'art de l'enluminure. The Art of Miniature Painting," Artsakh-Karabagh. Jardin des arts et des traditions arméniens. Garden of Armenian Arts and Traditions, sous la direction/edited by Dickran Kouymjian et Claude Mutafian, Paris: Somogy Art Publishers, 2011, pp. 104-137.

279. “L’enluminure arménienne médiévale,” Arménie, Impressions d’une civilization, sous la direction de GabriellaUluhogian, Boghos Levon Zekiyan, Vartan Karapetian,  Exhibition on the Occasion of the Fifth Centenary of Armenian Printing, Venice, Correr, 14 Dec-10 April 2012, Milan: Skira, 2011, pp. 91-97. Editions in Italian, English, and French. “Armenian Medieval Illumination,” Armenia. Imprints of a Civilization.

280. “Kütahyah Ermeni çömlekçilerinOsmanli seramik tarihindeki rolü,” Sadik Tebaa. Türk Devletleri Hizmetindeki Ermeniler, M. Yevadian ed., Istanbul, 2011, pp. 66-85. Turkish transl. of no. 271.

281. “The Crime against Cultural Heritage and Historical Memory: The Question of Abandoned Property, ” The Crime of Genocide: Prevention, Condemnation and Elimination of Consequences, ed. Aram Harutyunyan, Erevan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2011, 178-186.

282.  "?stanbul Ermeni Ortodoks Kiliselerinin Tekstil Hazineleri," Hristiyan Gazette, Istanbul, 19 March 2011.

283. “Reflections on Objects with Armenian Inscriptions from the Pre-Twentieth Century Diaspora,” Series Byzantina, IX (2011), pp. 99-111.

2012

284. “Forward,” Anne Elizabeth Elbrecht, Telling the Story. The Armenian Genocide in The New York Times and Missionary Herald 1914-1918, London, Gomidas Institute, 2012, pp.vii-ix.

285. "Chinese Dragons and Phoenixes among the Armenians," in Caucasus during the Mongol Period — Der Kaukasus in der Mongolenzeit, editors Jürgen Tubach (Hrsg.); Sophia G. Vashalomidze (Hrsg.), and Manfred Zimmer (Hrsg.), Wiesbaden:  Reichert Verlag, 2012, pp. 107-127.

286. "The Holy Mother of God Armenian Church in Famagusta,"  Appendix IV: "Armenian Manuscript Colophons from Famagusta and Cyprus,"  Appendix V: "Typed Notes by M[onica] Bardswell, February 1937 from Conway Library, Courtauld Institute," Medieval and Renaissance Famagusta: Studies in Architecture, Art and History, Michael J. K. Walsh, Peter W. Edbury, Nicholas S. H. Coureas, eds.,  Franham: Ashgate, 2012, pp. 133-146, 301-305, 307-309.

287. "Notes on Armenian Codicology. Part 1: Statistics Based on Surveys of Armenian Manuscripts," Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter no. 4 (July 2012), pp. 18-23.

288. 19 descriptive notices of early Armenian printed books, Le livre arménien de la Renaissance aux Lumières : une culture en diaspora, exposition à la Bibliothèque Mazarine, Paris, 26 octobre - 30 novembre 2012, catalogue edited by Mikaël Nichanian and Yann Sordet, Paris: Bibliothèque Mazarine & Éditions des Cendres, 2012, pp. 49-52, 68-72, 93-95, 99-100, 109-125, 130-142, 145-147, 167-168. 178-180.

289. "Did Byzantine Iconography Influence the Large Cycle of the Life of Alexander the Great in ArmenianManuscripts?" Byzantium and Renaissances. Dialogue of Cultures, Heritage of Antiquity, Tradition and Modernity, Micha?a Janochy et al, eds., Warsaw: University of Warsaw, 2012, pp. 209-216, figures 61-70.

2013

290. “Serguei Paradjanov. La tétralogie qui manquait,” review of a four DVD set, Montparnasse Classiques, Nouvelles d’Arménie magazine, no. 196 (May, 2013), p. 78.

291. “Chinese Dragons and Phoenixes among the Armenians,” Civilizational Contribution of Armenia in the History of the Silk Road, Erevan: Armenian Academy of Sciences, 2012, published 2013, pp. 227-253.

292. “Notes on Armenian Codicology. Part 2: Armenian Paleography: Dating the Major Scripts,” Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter no. 6 (July 2013), pp. 22-28.

293. “The Melitene Group of Armenian Miniature Painting in the Eleventh Century,” The Armenian Communities of the Region of Kesaria (Gesaria/Caesarea), proceedings of the conference, in the series Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces,UCLA, May 17, 2003, Richard Hovannisian, ed., Costa Mesa: Mazda, 2013, pp. 79-91.

 

 

 

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