This book intends to discuss the old and the new constituents of Armenian identity, such as language, religion or shared history in the broader Transcaucasian and former Soviet Union context. It focuses on the shaping of the paradigms of Armenian identity and the transformation of its key symbols in the last years of the Soviet Union and the post-Soviet period. The sixteen chapters and 67 subchapters of the book cover the converging and forking paths in the nation’s history that make up the diversity of Armenian identity.
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Armenian Identity in a Changing World, Levon Abrahamian (softcover)