Chomalag, which means epidemic in one of the dialects of the Gegharkunik region of Armenia delves into the suspended lives of people in times of an epidemic.
Lusine Kharatyan is a Yerevan-based cultural anthropologist and fiction writer. She is the author of a collection of short stories “Dead end forget-me-not” (2020) and the 2017 novel “The oblique book.” Lusine holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Minnesota (2004), General Diploma in Demography from Cairo Demographic Center (2000), and a Diploma with distinction in History/Socio-cultural Anthropology from Yerevan State University (1999).
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