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Arus Harutyunyan

2008-2009 Manoogian Simone Foundation Visiting Scholar

  • Affiliation(s)
    • Armenian Studies Program
    • Political Science
  • Fields of Study
    • Comparative Politics
    • National and Ethnic Identity
    • Theories of Citizenship and Nationalism
    • Transnational and Diaspora Politics
    • Political Trust
    • Content Analysis
    • Public Opinion Survey
  • Education
    • Ph.D. 2009, Political Science, Western Michigan University
  • Awards
    • 2008- 2009
      Manoogian Simone Visiting Scholar,Armenian Studies Program, University of Michigan
      Pi Sigma Alpha. National Political Science Honors Society
      Western Michigan University. Patricia Lee Thompson Dissertation Award
      Phi Beta Kappa Society
    • 2006- 2007
      Western Michigan University. Graduate Research Scholar Award
      Western Michigan University. William A. Ritchie Prize in Political Theory
  • Grants
    • 2007
      Gwen Frostic Doctoral Fellowship, Dissertation Completion Fellowship
      American Political Science Association. U.S. Graduate Students Travel Grant
    • 2001- 2006
      Graduate Student Research and Travel Funds
      Russian, East European and Eurasian Center. Housing Grant
      John R. Borsos Memorial Endowed Scholarship
      George Klein Memorial Scholarship
      Edmund S. Muskie and Freedom Support Act Graduate Fellowship
  • Presentations
    • October, 2010, Assessing the Instrumental and Ethical Significance of Ethno-Nationalist Type of Identity. Central Eurasian Studies Society, Michigan State University
    • April, 2010, Imagining National Identity through Territorial Politics: War in Nagorny Karabagh, Elites, and Citizens. Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University, Harriman Institute, April 2009, Dual Citizenship: The Politics of Belongingness. Invited Public Lecture, University of Michigan, Dearborn
    • March 2009, National Identity, Political Trust, Social Justice and Democratic Attitudes in the Republic of Armenia. Invited Public Lecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Language(s) and Proficiency Level(s):
    • English: fluent
    • Russian: near-native
    • Armenian: native