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Dr. Jeffrey Henderson, Dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Boston University, and Dr. Charles Dellheim, Chairman, Department of History at Boston University, will give a talk entitled “Armenian Studies at Boston University: The Vision of a New Program” at the luncheon program preceding the 53rd Annual Assembly of Members of the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research on Saturday afternoon, May 5, at the NAASR Headquarters, 395 Concord Ave., Belmont, MA. The Assembly will be convened at 12:00 noon and lunch will be served at 12:15 p.m.
Discussion of Newest Armenian Studies Chair
The Boston University Chair in Modern Armenian Studies was established through the generosity of Charles K. and Elizabeth M. Kenosian. A search is currently being conducted to fill the position. The BU chair will take its place alongside seventeen previous endowed chairs, lectureships, visiting professorships, and centers that have been established since the 1950s in the United States, when NAASR established the first chair in Armenian Studies at Harvard University.
Reports on NAASR Programs and Goals
Following the luncheon, those attending the 53rd Assembly of Members will be informed about NAASR’s ongoing efforts to further Armenian studies, research, and publication. Reports will be presented by the Board of Directors on organizational, informational, academic, and financial matters; and the election of Directors will be held. In addition, there will be reports by the Assembly's special committees on Nominations, Constitution and Rules, New Business and Resolutions, and Auditing.
The chairmen of the special committees are Stephen Kurkjian of Manomet, Nominating; Aram Karakashian of Waltham, Constitution and Rules; Roxanne Etmekjian of West Newton, New Business
and Resolutions; and Edward Der Kazarian of Watertown, Auditing. The Assembly will be chaired by NAASR Board Chairman Nancy R. Kolligian of Watertown, and Van M. Aroian of Worcester will serve as Secretary of the Assembly.
The Assembly sessions are open to all NAASR members in good standing (with dues paid for the current calendar year), who “have the right to attend, be heard, and vote.” Non-members may attend as observers.
The luncheon and subsequent program are open to the general public. However, reservations should be made by April 30 at $15.00 per person by calling 617-489-1610, by fax at 617-484-1759, or e-mail at There is ample parking available around the NAASR Center and in adjoining areas.

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Belmont, MA
April 6, 2007
NAASR Release on our 53rd Annual Assembly on May 5, 2007.


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