On the country homepage, you can read the profile chapters, find sources and links and quick facts and download PDF’s.
Yulia Antonyan is an associate professor at the Department of Cultural Studies of the Yerevan State University where she teaches cultural anthropology, cultural history and anthropology of religion. Previously, she worked as a program officer for development projects in the public sphere at the Eurasia Foundation (1997-2005) and as an external evaluation expert for the Jinishian Foundation (2006-2007). She has been involved in many academic research programs, has published more than 40 papers on anthropology of religion and social structure. She is an active participant of public debates on culture, education, academy and environment.
In 2007, the Armenian profile was first prepared by Artsvi Bakhchinyan, in co-operation with Nerses Ter-Vardanyan. In 2008, the profile was updated by Aram Mkrtchyan. Since 2010, the profile was updated by Yulia Antonyan, with the assistance of Haykuhi Muradyan.
Haykuhi Muradyan is a lecturer at the Department of Cultural Studies of the Yerevan State University where she teaches theory of cultural studies, cultural policy, new and modern Armenian culture, Applied Anthropology. She also teaches Cultural Genocide at the Institute of Armenian Studies. She has been involved in many academic research programs, and recently defended her PhD thesis on “Cultural Policy in Armenia: Soviet Heritage, National Resources and European Perspectives (the end of 20th century and the beginning of 21st)”. Her research interests are focused on applied anthropology, cultural policies and heritage management.