Daniel Tahmazyan graduated from the American University of Armenia (AUA) in 2019, having completed his Bachelor Degree in English and Communications. He has worked at AUA first as a teaching assistant then as a teaching associate for the courses: “Modern World History,” “History and Civilizations of the Ancient Near East,” and “Study of History.” His primary interests, among others, are history of the modern world, European intellectual history and Prussian history.
Daniel Tahmazyan explores different perceptions of Time as it relates to the State, and the role they play in long-term vs. short-term planning.
The isolationism of former global powers in a fractured world has left vulnerable countries at the mercy of power-hungry regional players.
Leaving behind a prolific legacy that included a distinguished academic career and groundbreaking archaeological discoveries, Dr. Gregory Areshian’s passing left a void for generations of students who considered him a teacher, friend and mentor.