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Courses

The following list includes current courses in and related to Armenian studies. Please see our course archive for lists from previous years.

Independent studies and directed reading courses may also be used when appropriate. Please consult the LSA Course Guide and relevant department for details.

For more information about the Major and Minor in Armenian Studies, please contact the Department of Near Eastern Studies.

Matenadaran, the Museum of Ancient Manuscript in Yerevan, Armenia.

Courses in Armenian Studies by ASP Faculty and Visitors  

ARMENIAN 101.001/ ARMENIAN 501.001 - Western Armenian I (Bardakjian, Kevork) 4 credits Learn More | Course Flyer

MIDEAST 218.001 - Armenia: Culture and Ethnicity (Bardakjian, Kevork) 4 credits Learn More | Course Flyer

ARMENIAN 389.001/ HISTORY 389.001/ MIDEAST 389.001 / HISTORY 594.005  -From Natives to Foreigners: Armenians in Turkey and the Diaspora (Al-Rustom, Hakem) 3 credits  Learn More | Course Flyer

Courses related to Armenian Studies by ASP Faculty and Visitors

HISTORY 231.001 - Death, Immortality, and Afterlife  (Al-Rustom, Hakem) 3 credits Learn More

HISTORY 332.001/SOC 392.001/POLSCI 395.001/REEES 395.001/ SLAVIC 395.001 - Russia and the Soviet Union: Reform, Revolution, and the Socialist Experiment (Suny, Ronald) 4 credits Learn More

HISTORY 341.001/POLSCI 397.001 - Nations and Nationalism (Suny,Ronald) 4 credits Learn More