PhD, docent, Lecturer
Lecturer, PhD, docent / Chair of the World History and Its Teaching Methods
• 2011-2014– Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS RA, PhD program in Economic History of Christian Orient
• 2008-2010– Yerevan State University, Armenia, Chair of Arabic Studies, Arabic Studies (MA)
• 2004-2008– Yerevan State University, Armenia, Chair of Arabic Studies, Arabic Studies (BA)
• PhD Diploma, World History, ''Monastic landownership and tax immunity in Eastern Georgia in XVI – XVIII centuries''
• Associate Professor of Historical Sciences, Certificate N 03947, issued on 04/08/2020.
• 2011-2014, Junior research fellow, Institute of Oriental Studies, Department of Christian Orient, NAS RA
• 2015-present, Institute of Oriental Studies, Department of Christian Orient, NAS RA, Senior research fellow
• 2015- 2020, Academic secretary of the Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS RA
• 2020- Deputy Director of the Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS RA
• Since 2019- Docent of History, Chair of the World History and Its Teaching Methods, Faculty of History, Armenain State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan, 2004 – present.
Courses /Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses/
“History of Middle Ages”, “Islamic civilization: history structure, theory”
“History of Armenia’s neighboring countries”
Scope of Academic Interests
History of Medieval Muslim East, Eastern Source-Studies and Historiography, Hitsory of the relationships between Medieval Europe and Near East.
The program of the FMSH (FondationMaison des sciences de l’homme) Atlas 2018> Caucase du Sud > France, duration-- 28 mars-25 june 2018, at CEMM/Université Paul Valery Montpellier 3, title of the research-L’ histoire du Caucase du Sud sous la prisme de l'analyse comparative des sources orientales et européennes (du milieu du XIVe siècle à la fin du XVe siècle)
Since 2012: Member of Editorial Board, Middle East, Journal, Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
Since 2016: Member of Editorial Board, Countries and Peoples of the Near and Middle East, Yearbook, Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
Since 2020: Member of Editorial Board, Journal «Scientia», Georgian National Center of Manuscripts, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Since 2021: Vice editor of the periodical “Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Studies.
Participation in international conferences
1. Gor Margaryan //Georgia on the Crossroads of International Trade in the Mid-18th Century (According to Charles de Peyssonnel) // Scientia: The First International Scholarly Conference (Challenges And Tendencies In Humanity), Tbilisi, Georgia, 25-26 November, 2021
2. Gor Margaryan // Trade and diplomacy in the South Caucasus (15th-18th centuries) / International Conference “Caucasus/ Past-Present-Future”, Rzescow, Poland, 20-22 October, 2021.
3. Gor Margaryan // Some remarks of the economic history of Armenia, Georgia and their neighboring countries in 11th-13th centuries / / Saint Grigol Peradze 2nd International Conference Dedicated to 900th Anniversary of the Battle of Didgori// Tbilisi, Georgia, 21-24 September, 2021.
4. Gor Margaryan // Armenian sources on the collapse of the Aq Qoyunlu's empire, 10th international conference “Historical and Cultural Heritage of Shirak: Contemporary Issues of Armenology”, Gyumri, 2019
5. Gor Margaryan // Armenians in the ruling elites of the Muslim East (XI-XIV centuries), Тезисы докладов международной конференции "Формирование культуры в диаспоре", S. Pétersbourg, 2019
1. Margaryan G., (co- authors Kostikyan K., Tovmasyan A.,) Agulis on the crossroads of international trade through Caucasus in 17th -18th centuries, M., “History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Caucasus”, 2021, N 4, pp. 64-59.
2. Margaryan G., Some remarks of the economic history of Armenia, Georgia and their neighboring countries in 11th-13th centuries, Papers of Saint Grigol Peradze 2nd International Conference Dedicated to 900th Anniversary of the Battle of Didgori, Tbilisi, 2021, pp. 167-168.
3. “Christian” IlKhans: myth and realities, Aramazd: Armenian, Journal of Near Eastern Studies, Oxford, 2020/1, pp. 228-246.
4. The Main Problems Of The History Of The Muslim East, (VII-XV Centuries), Yerevan, “Tir”Publishing House, 2020, 115 P.
5. Armenian sources on the fall of the Aq Qoyunlu empire, The Countries And Peoples Of The Near And Middle East, Yerevan, 2020/2, XXXII, 103-115.
6. Armenians in the ruling elites of the Muslim East (XI-XIV centuries), Papers of the International Conference “Formation of the culture in diaspora”, Sankt Petersburg, 2020, forthcoming, pp. 26-31.
7. Margaryan G., (co-author Vardanyan A. ), Some remarks on the history of Qarābāgh in the late Mongol period (XIV-XV centuries), Paris, “Revue des Études Armeniennes”, vol. 37, 2018, pp. 155-172.
8. Some details about Timur Lang’s lameness and origin, The Countries And Peoples Of The Near And Middle East, Yerevan, 2018 , N 31, p. 77-83.
ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4675-8963
Armenian/Native/, English /medium level/, French /well/, Russian /Fluent/, Arabic /well/, Georgian/medium level/