Courses in Armenian Studies (Division 322)

172/Slavic Ling. 172. First-Year Armenian. Armenian 171 or equivalent. (4). (LR).

See Slavic Linguistics 172 in the Slavic Department listing. (Bardakjian)

272/Slavic Ling. 272. Second-Year Armenian. Armenian 271 or equivalent. (4). (LR).

See Slavic Linguistics 272 in the Slavic Department listing. (Bardakjian)

287/REES 287/History 287. Armenian History from Prehistoric Times to the Present. (3). (Excl).

See History 287. (Astourian)

416/Slavic Ling. 416. Continuity and Change: Armenian Literature of the 10th-18th Centuries. (3). (Excl).

This course will outline a history of Armenian literature from the 10th to the 18th centuries, concentrating on the works of major authors who flourished within and without Armenia. Both the traditional and new literature will be analyzed, but a greater emphasis will be placed on some fresh themes, views and genres, that characterized this era of transition and paved the way for modern Armenian literature. Due attention will be given to contemporary political, demographic, economic, social and cultural changes, to help trace the evolution of Armenian literature and understand the forces that shaped it. Lectures and short discussions. In addition to exams, one long (or two short) term papers are required. Readings will be in English. (Bardakjian)

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