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ARISC Internship Opportunity

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC) is looking to fill an Internship position in Yerevan. JOB DESCRIPTION: Duties include updating our country guides and contact lists, creating information materials, particularly infographics and other creative products for social media, … Continue reading

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Connection without Engagement: The Paradoxes of North American Armenian Return Migration

Public Presentation by ARISC Fellow Daniel Fittante Connection without Engagement: The Paradoxes of North American Armenian Return Migration Date: April 26, 2016 Time: 6:00- 8:00 pm More information is available here.

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Reading Group in Yerevan

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus is pleased to invite you to attend the Reading Group in Yerevan, which will kindly be hosted by AEON on April 8, at 18:00. More information is available here:

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ARISC Internship Opportunity

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC) is looking to fill an Internship position in Yerevan. JOB DESCRIPTION: Duties include updating our country guides, working on information materials, helping in organization of talks and events and assisting US … Continue reading

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ARISC Internship Opportunity

ARISC Internship Opportunity The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC) is looking to fill an Internship position in Yerevan. Duties include helping to organize reading and writing groups, talks and events, updating our country guides and contact lists, … Continue reading

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“Repentant Demons, Contrite Cannibals, and Vengeful Crocodiles: Sin and Salvation in Medieval Christian Miracles Tales”

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus Armenia Branch is happy to invite you to a lecture entitled “Repentant Demons, Contrite Cannibals, and Vengeful Crocodiles: Sin and Salvation in Medieval Christian Miracles Tales” to be delivered by Elizabeth Anderson, … Continue reading

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