04.04.2017

12 May: Day of Armenian Studies

From 13:00 to 18:00, lectures will be held on the subject of "Armenia". The speakers are coming from Australia, the USA and directly from Armenia, as well as from Salzburg and Vienna. The venue is Hörsaal 101 in the Faculty of Theology, Universitätsplatz 1.

Programm

13.00 Uhr - Eröffnung
Mit Prof. Dr. Fatima Ferreira-Brizma, Vizerektorin für Forschung PLUS, SE Dr. Arman Kirakossian, Botschafter der Republik Armenien in Österreich, Prof. Dr. Dietmar Winkler, Dekan der Theologischen Fakultät PLUS

13.45-14.30 Uhr - Key note
Mit Jasmine Dum-Tragut (Leitung Abt. für Armenologie, ZECO PLUS) zu Armenologie – ein Forschungsbereich an der Universität Salzburg

Martin Seidler (Dissertation Theologie/Armenologie, Salzburg) zu Römische Liturgien in armenischen Ordensgemeinschaften

14.30-15.00 Uhr - Kaffeepause mit armenischen Leckereien

15.00-16.15 Uhr
Heinrich Evanzin (Dissertation Armenologie-Linguistik/Pharmazie, Wien),  Etymologie armenischer (Heil)pflanzennamen

Silvia de Carvalho (Dissertation Turkologie/Armenologie-Linguistik, Wien), Frauen stellen ihren Mann - Armenierinnen als Arbeitsmigrantinnen in Istanbul

Armen Karamanian (Dissertation Armenologie, Sydney/Australien), The Experience of Hayrenatartsutyun: Is a Western Armenian Identity possible in "Eastern" Armenia?

16.15-16.30 Uhr - Pause mit armenischer Musik

16.30-18.00 Uhr
Kevork Bardakjian (Armenian Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor USA), Armenian Studies in the Old and New Worlds: Perspectives and Prospects

Marat Yavrumyan & Aghasi Tadevosyan (Staatliche Universität Jerevan, Armenische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Armenien), Salzburg als Kreuzungspunkt der Armenologie

Jasmine Dum-Tragut Auf den Spuren armenischer Kriegsgefangener des 1. Weltkriegs im Habsburgerreich …eine Reise in die Vergangenheit Österreichs und in die Gegenwart Armeniens

18.30 Uhr - Armenisches Abendgebet im Sacellum Agape mit (armenischem) Wein und (österreichischem) Brot im Arkadengang

Alle Infos: hier

Univ.Doz.Dr. Dr. h.c. Jasmine Dum-Tragut Bakk.rer.nat.

Abt. für Armenologie, ZECO Zentrum zur Erforschung des Christlichen Ostens

Universität Salzburg

Mönchsberg 2A

Tel: 0662/8044-2691

E-mail to Univ.Doz.Dr. Dr. h.c. Jasmine Dum-Tragut Bakk.rer.nat.

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