PhD in Philosophy, associate professor
PhD in Philosophy, associate professor/ Chair of Philosophy and Logic
2011-2009 – Postgraduate Studies, Chair of Theoretical Philosophy and Logic, Yerevan State University
2007-2009 – Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology, Yerevan State University, Master’s Degree
2003-2007 – Faculty of Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology, Yerevan State University, Bachelor’s Degree
PhD in Philosophy
2011 – Assistant Professor, Chair of Philosophy and Logic, Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan
2014 – Specialist at the Distance Learning Department, Armenian Academy of Justice
2013 – 2014 – Senior Lecturer, Chair of Philosophy, Yerevan State Linguistic University after V. Brusov
2010 - 2012 – Lecturer, Chair of Philosophy, Armenian State University of Economics
2008 - 2010 – Lecturer, Chair of Human Sciences, Urartu University of Psychology and Sociology
2006 - 2010 – Director at the International Academy for Philosophy Press
Bachelor’s degree course – philosophy, philosophy of culture
Master’s degree course – philosophy of language, hermeneutics, philosophy of history
Scope of Academic Interests
Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Culture, Aesthetics, Semiotics of Cinema
1. Cultural Melancholy and the Tragedy of Freedom. Yerevan, 2011 (in Armenian).
2. Once More on ‘Dead Epistemology’ // News and Views, Vol. 3, No 1-2(28-29), Spring-Fall 2011, International Academy for Philosophy Press, pp. 93-97.
3. On the Problem of Possibility of Written History // Wisdom, 2014, 2(3), pp. 161-167 (in Armenian).
4. Perspectives of Thinking of Egern: from Prehistory to History // VEM, 2015, No2 (50), April-June, pp. 249-260 (in Armenian).
IGEFA (Irene Gyulnazarian Educational Fund for Armenia), 2006.
Armenian (native), Russian, English, German