–ISSUE 1 (77), JANUARY-MARCH 2022
–ISSUE 2 (78), APRIL-JUNE 2022
–ISSUE 3 (79), JULY-SEPTEMBER 2022
Artsrun A. Avagyan
Hakob Mndzuri is one of the famous figures of the Armenian classical literature. Like many other Western Armenian miraculously rescued writers he has had a complicated and tragic fate. He dedicated his whole life to the people and nature of his native province, to the revival of the animal world and national customs and anything that is called homeland. Most of Mnzuri’s works are about the relationship of people with animals that describe everyday life, where the only goal is hard work, which human beings would not be able to accomplish without the help of domestic animals.
(Hovhannisyan S. , The Annales School and the Ways of Writing History, Yerevan, “Sargis Khachents • Printinfo, 2022, 312 pp.)
Davit R. Mosinyan
The monograph titled “The School of Annals and the Ways of Writing History” by Smbat Hovhannisyan is an attempt to comprehend new methodologies of history in the Armenian environment. The work refers to the exposition of the history and logic of the Annales school, which plays an important role in the Western historiography.
On the Example of Islamic Medicine and Arabic Manuscripts of the Matenadara
Venera R. Makaryan
Medieval medical handbooks are works on practical medicine with individual and general pathology used with the works on general medicine in parallel.
Anna E. Hakobyan, Gayane E. Grigoryan
Political discourse analysis (PDA) is an inter-and multidisciplinary research that focuses on the linguistic and discursive dimensions of political text and talk and on the political nature of the discursive practice. It indicates unity of communicative intentions which are always intentional and the public speaker has three primary goals when delivering his message: to inform, trigger and arouse an emotional response and to persuade his audience.
In the context of the quest of the Western theater
Lilit L. Manaseryan
In the 20th century, the stage space was understood as one of the most important theatrical categories.
Culturologist, philosopher E. Surio distinguishes two types of stage space: a cube and a sphere. Surio highlights the main characteristics of these two types of spaces: isolation, the unchanging point of view of the audience, the specific material environment characteristic of the cube, and the open nature of the spherical space, involving the audience in its radius, making him a participant of the performance.
Part II: Drought, Locust swarm
Arsen E. Harutyunyan
Numerous evidences about weather anomalies and climate changes, especially intense heat, water scarcity, seed drying, locust and larva activation, as well as about drought have been preserved in colophons of the Armenian manuscripts, chronicles, as well as in ethnographic materials and folklore, which are reflected in epigraphic monuments too. In fact, in order to prevent drought people often performed the rain-related and hay land rituals, erected monuments, sacrificed animals etc.
(Diachronic and synchronic aspects)
Lalik M. Khachatryan
The article discusses the transformation of the analytical structures of the Old Armenian language into compound words. The phenomenon of transformation is analyzed both in Grabar and in the modern Armenian literary language. Ակն, ձեռն, ունկն, ծունր, արիւն, դէմք and other words act as somatic components of verbal juxtapositions.
David V. Gasparyan
The Russian Revolution of 1917 completely changed the military-political reality of the region. On May 28, 1918, the Republic of Armenia was proclaimed, and the leaders of the newly established state did the utmost to build a new statehood. The patriotic spirit pervaded Charents. He was the soldier of his motherland; he volunteered to fight in Erzrum and at the same time he was a devoted poet. With that enthusiasm, he wrote “Soma” and Frenzied Masses “, radiopoems, separate poetic series and poems.