Ph. D in History, Associate Professor,Lecturer
Lecturer, Ph. D in History, Associate Professor/Chair of the World History and its Teaching Methods
• Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan, Chair of the World History and its Teaching Methods, Distant-Learning Postgraduate Studies 2007-2011
• Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan, Faculty of History and Geography, Department of History and Jurisprudence 2001-2006 (Diploma with Honour)
• Secondary school of the village Tsovinar 1991-2001
Ph. D in History, 2011 March (Diploma), The theme of Dissertation - Turkish Policy in Central Asia at the End of 20th Century and in the Beginning of 21st Century, Specialized Council 006 “World History” acting at the Oriental Studies Institute of NAS RA.
Associate Professor with the specialty of historiography, 2016 March (Diploma), was awarded by the decision of the Academic Council of the Armenian State Pedagogical University
• Yerevan State University Ijevan Branch, The Department of Armenian History and Social Science, from September of 2020 to now.
. Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan, Chair of the World History and its Teaching Methods, Associate Professor from May of 2016 to now.
• Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan, Chair of the World History and its Teaching Methods, lectures, from September of 2011 up to 2016.
• The Basic College of Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction, teacher of history and social studies, 2006-2014
Bachelor’s degree course – History of World Culture, Historiography of Modern and Contemporary History of Countries of Europe and America, Modern and Contemporary History of Countries of Asia and Africa, Theory and history of civilizations
Master’s degree course – The Issues of Teaching of the Modern History
Scope of Academic Interests
Her research interests include foreign policy issues of Turkey, particularly Central Asian direction. Interested Turkey's foreign policy doctrines, especially in pan-turkism and neo pan-turkism.
1. International Seminar-Simulation for a Modern Community “Our Community! Debate and Negotiate for Interests and Compromises”, organized by Institute for International Culture Relations and Institute for International Education, 2015.
2. Professional training in history organized by the Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, 2017 October 9-20.
3. EduArmenia-2020, for participate in the Armenia-Artsakh-Diaspora Workshop, 2020 August 4-5.
4. Participation in all stages of the "Living History" program, Paradigm Educational Foundation, 2021 August-December.
Participation in conferences of the last 5 years
1. “The Innovative processes in modern science”, international scientific and practical conference, Prague, Czech Republic, April 15, 2017, The End of the Cold War and Turkey: New Opportunities.
2. XXXVIII Conference of Young Orientalists, Institute of Oriental Studies National Academy of Sciences of RA, on July 7-8 2017, The Ideas of New Pan-Turkism in the Turkish Political System (the Provisions of Party Programs).
3. Reconstruction of statehood in Artsakh (December 1917 - July 1918), Historical and political science perspectives, April 20 2018, Turkish-Azerbaijani pan-Turkism programs and Artsakh (1917-1918).
4. "The past, present and future of the Armenian statehood" 3rd International Youth Conference, Artsakh city Stepanakert, on 13-16 September 2018, About the foreign policy challenges of the Armenian statehood (Period of the Third Republic).
5. 39th International Conference of Young Orentalists, on 29-30 September 2018, Aghveran, the Institutional structures of the new pan-Turkic ideology.
6. "The Soviet Armenia in the 1920s and 1930s" conference entitled, Yerevan, 24 June 2019, The policy of the Kemalists towards Armenia and the ideas of pan-Turkism in 1919-1922.
7. 40th International Conference of Young Orentalists, on 29-30 June 2019, Aghveran, Yusuf Akçuran and his concept of pan-Turkism.
8. The Collapse of Empires in the XXth Century: New States and New Identities, 24-26. 10. 2019, Yerevan, The collapse of the Ottoman Empire: the transformations of the statehood model.
9. International scientific and practical conference "Education in the 21st century: problems, searches, solutions", Yerevan, on 5-6 December 2019, Mustafa Kemal's Language Reforms and Their Role in Teaching Modern Turkish History.
10. ''Women in the East'' conference entitled, Institute of Oriental Studies, 15 December 2019, The role of woman in medieval Mongolian society.
11. "The Current Issues of Security", European University, 26 Mart 2021, Neo-Pan-Turkism and the Security issues of the Republic of Armenia: some observations.
12. "The past, present and future of the Armenian statehood" 5rd International Youth Conference, Artsakh Republic, city Stepanakert, on 10-12 September 2021, Pan-Turkism Manifestations of Turkey-Azerbaijan Military-Political Cooperation.
13. "The Caucasus region. History, politics and culture", International Conference, RA Yerevan, on 25-26 November 2021, The South Caucasus after the 44-day war and Turkey: some observations.
List of scientific publications of the last 5 years
1. The Linguistic Reforms of Mustafa Kemal and its Role in the Teaching Context of Turkey’s Modern History, The problems of Social-economic Development: Search, Prospects, Solutions, Collection of Articles 1 (4), Yerevan, 2021, p. 247-253, (in Armenian).
2. War Crimes and the Genocidal Policy of Azerbaijan During the Second Artsakh War and the International Reaction, Fundamental Armenology, 1(13), 2021, p. 105-115.
3. Neo Pan-Turkism and the Security Problems of the Republic of Armenia: Some Observations, "The Current Issues of Security", European University, Materials of Republican conference, Yerevan, 2021, p. 6-10, (in Armenian).
4. The Role of a Woman in the Medieval Mongol Society, Woman in the East, Institute of Oriental Studies of NAS RA, Yerevan, 2021, p. 102-114, (in Armenian).
5. Pan-Turkism Manifestations of Turkey-Azerbaijan Military-Political Cooperation, Scientific Artsakh, №4 (11), Yerevan, 2021, p. 44-53.
6. The policy of the Kemalists towards Armenia and the ideas of Pan-Turkism in 1919-1922, "The Soviet Armenia in the 1920s and 1930s", Yerevan, 2020, p. 141-156, (in Armenian).
7. The Turkish-Armenian War of 1920 and the Programs of Pan-Turkism, History and Culture, Journal of Armenian Studies, Yereva, № 1, 2020, p. 118-123, (in Armenian).
8. The Collapse of the Ottoman Empire: the Transformations of the Statehood Model, The Collapse of Empires in the 20th Century: New States and New Identities, ColectiveMonography, Yerevan, 2020, p. 91-102.
9. The Ideas and purposes of the First Pan-Turkic Organizations, The Countries and Peoples of the Near and Middle East, Volume XXXII, part 2, Yerevan, 2019, p. 248-283, (in Armenian).
10. The neo Pan-Turkism Ideas in the Political System of Turkey (the Program Theses of Parties), The Countries and Peoples of the Near and Middle East, Volume XXXI, Yerevan, 2018, p. 159-170, (in Armenian).
11. The Turkish-Azerbaijani Pan-Turkism Programs and Artsakh in 1917-1920, International Review of Armenian Studies, 2018 № 2 (17), p. 31-40.
12. About Foreign Political Challenges of Armenian Statehood (Period of theThird Republic), Scientific Artsakh, N 1, Yerevan, 2018, p. 65-71, (in Armenian).
13. The Nationalist Action Party and The Ideology of Pan-Turkism, Fundamental Armenology, № 2 (8), 2018 http://www.fundamentalarmenology.am/datas/pdfs/564.pdf
14. The end of the Cold War and Turkey: new opportunities, “Innovative processes in modern science, vol. 2, materials of the international scientific and practical conference on April 15, 2017, Prague, Czech Republic, 2017, p. 75-83, (in Russian).
Languages: English, Russian, Turkish