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AGMI Journals


The Armenian Genocide Museum–Institute has started to publish “Journal of Genocide Studies”. The academic periodical “Journal of Genocide Studies” includes topics related to the history and historiography of the Armenian Genocide, as well as full and comprehensive research on the problems and the aspects related to the topic.
The journal has been published since 2013 twice a year.
Publisher, RA NA Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute
E-mail: handes@genocide-museum.am













Editorial Board

Hayk Demoyan (Editor-in-Chief)
Suren Manukyan, candidate of historical science (deputy chief editor)
Arsen Avagyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Levon Abrahamyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Harutyun Marutyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Ruben Safrastyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Valery Tunyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Varujan Poghosyan, (Doctor of historical science)
Robert Tatoyan, (candidate of historical science)
Gevorg Vardanyan, (candidate of historical science)
Meline Anumyan, (candidate of historical science)
Anahit Khosroeva, (candidate of historical science)
Narine Margaryan, (candidate of historical science)






“International Journal of Armenian Genocide Studies” publishes articles and reviews related to the Armenian Genocide and other genocides in general. The preference is given to articles related to history, political science, anthropology, sociology, literature and law. Articles of other themes will also be included in this journal, if they are somehow related to the genocide studies.
The journal has been published since 2014, twice a year.
Publisher, RA NA Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute
E-mail: journal@genocide-museum.am












Editor-in-Chief:
Hayk Demoyan, Armenian Genocide Museum & Institute,Yerevan, Armenia

International Advisory Board

Rouben Paul Adalian, Armenian National Institute, USA
Peter Balakian, Colgate University, USA
Matthias Bjørnlund, Kristeligt Dagblads Forlag, Denmark
Israel Charny, Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide, Jerusalem, Israel
Vahakn N.Dadrian, International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, USA
Donna-Lee Frieze, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
Alexander Hinton, Rutgers University, Newark, USA
Suren Manukyan, Armenian Genocide Museum & Institute,Yerevan, Armenia
Harutyun Marutyan, Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia
Armen Marsoobian, Southern Connecticut State University, USA
Ruben Safrastyan, Institute of Oriental Studies, Yerevan, Armenia
Henry Theriault, Worcester State College, USA
Rubina Peroomian, UCLA, USA

Book Review Editor:
Suren Manukyan, Armenian Genocide Museum & Institute,Yerevan, Armenia














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