Tag: western armenia

October 27, 2021
Little Leaves

Little Leaves

Preparing food can be a meditative journey of self-healing, of building community and a passage to one's heritage. It is the whispered world of women, a value created out of patience that can transform onions into translucent golden particles.

June 4, 2020
The Quilted Refuge

The Quilted Refuge

A story weaving together the fragments of a woman’s life who organized the chaos of reality into a sensible and livable realm offhandedly called “home” but no one recognized it until she was gone.

November 12, 2019
Is the Diaspora Patriotic Enough?

Is the Diaspora Patriotic Enough?

If we are to develop and build a functional relationship between the Homeland and the Armenian Diaspora, we need to understand the discrepancy between the Diaspora’s devotion to Armenianness and the Republic of Armenia’s vision for the Armenian world.

October 20, 2019
On the Frontier of Western and Eastern Armenia

On the Frontier of Western and Eastern Armenia

Western Armenia or Eastern Turkey? This 'lost homeland' has been a thorn in Turkey's side since 1923. The thorn reminds the Turks and the Kurds of a people who lived and thrived in Turkey, and who played an enormous role in the unfolding of Turkey's history, writes Paul Mirabile.