SUNDAY LECTURES: AN INTRODUCTION TO ARMENIAN HISTORY, CULTURE & HERITAGE

We are very excited to announce that our annual Sunday Lectures are back for the 10th year. AN INTRODUCTION TO ARMENIAN HISTORY, CULTURE & HERITAGE is a course which offers an opportunity to learn about these subjects whether you’re from the Armenian community or just interested in the subject.

For 6 Sunday, our speakers will cover a range of interesting and fascinating subjects in an accessible and interactive format.

Time: 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Light lunch/refreshments: 1.30pm – 2.00pm

This is a free course in English open for anyone. However, you must register and complete a feedback evaluation form at the end of each session. Please print out and complete the attached registration form before attending, alternatively the form will be available during the course (http://bit.do/armenian).

2019 DATES

Sunday 17 February – The Armenian Legionnaires: Sacrifice and Betrayal in World War 1 – Susan Pattie  |  Facebook

Sunday 24 February – The Armenian diaspora and its relationship with the homeland (20thand 21st centuries) – Razmik Panossian

Sunday 3 March– Armenian Byzantium: Identity and Influence in the Byzantine Empire c.867-1100 – Toby Bromige

Sunday 10 March – Armenian diaspora mobilizations in Europe – Dr. Maria Koinova

Sunday 17 March – The Entry of Shakespeare on Armenian Page and Stage – Hasmik Seymour

Sunday 24 March – Language practices among Lebanese Armenian adolescents – Dr. Chaghig Filian