پیش‌نویس:روزنامه‌های ارمنی‌زبان

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_newspapers

    Armenian newspapers are published in ارمنستان and in the جماعت ارمنیان پراکنده where there are concentrations of مردم ارمنی.

    Usually the newspapers are in the زبان ارمنی, but many of the جماعت ارمنیان پراکنده newspapers will usually have supplements or sections in the national language of the country where the newspaper is published.

    Newspapers in Armenia[ویرایش]

    Newspapers in the جمهوری آرتساخ[ویرایش]

    Armenian daily and weekly newspapers in the diaspora[ویرایش]

    Argentina[ویرایش]

    Australia[ویرایش]

    Canada[ویرایش]

    Cyprus[ویرایش]

    • Artsakank ARTSAKANK - monthly, in Armenian, with sections in زبان یونانی and English
    • Azad Tsayn - monthly, in Armenian
    • Keghart - bimonthly, in Armenian

    Egypt[ویرایش]

    France[ویرایش]

    Georgia[ویرایش]

    • Miutyun
    • Vrastan

    Greece[ویرایش]

    India[ویرایش]

    Iran[ویرایش]

    Lebanon[ویرایش]

    Poland[ویرایش]

    Russia[ویرایش]

    Syria[ویرایش]

    Turkey[ویرایش]

    19th Century Constantinople was home to the first known Western Armenian journal published and edited by a woman (Elpis Kesaratsian). Entering circulation in 1862, Kit'arr or Guitar stayed in print for only seven months. Female writers who openly expressed their desires were viewed as immodest, but this changed slowly as journals began to publish more "women's sections". In the 1880s, Matteos Mamurian invited سربوهی دیوساب to submit essays for Arevelian Mamal. According to Zaruhi Galemkearian's autobiography, she was told to write about women's place in the family and home after she published two volumes of poetry in the 1890s. By 1900, several Armenian journals had started to include works by female contributors including the Constantinople-based Tsaghik.[۲]

    United Kingdom[ویرایش]

    • Armenian Voice [۲] - quarterly, in English, small section in Armenian

    United States[ویرایش]

    [۳]

    Online Armenian news media in the diaspora[ویرایش]

    Pan-Armenian[ویرایش]

    • Armenian Diaspora [۱۴]
    • Hayern Aysor (Armenians Today) [۱۵]
    • Pan-Armenian.net [۱۶] - in Armenian, English, Russian

    Belarus[ویرایش]

    Cyprus[ویرایش]

    Egypt[ویرایش]

    France[ویرایش]

    Georgia[ویرایش]

    • Akhaltskha - Samtskhe-Javakhk Online [۲۱]

    Italy[ویرایش]

    Poland[ویرایش]

    Romania[ویرایش]

    Russia[ویرایش]

    United States[ویرایش]

    • Groong Armenian News Network [۲۷]
    • HyeMedia Armenian News (USA, London, Lebanon, Syria) [۲۸]
    • Massis Post [۲۹]

    Worldwide[ویرایش]

    • Aypoupen.com (Gibros) [۳۰] - English

    Iran[ویرایش]

    Armenian periodicals in the diaspora[ویرایش]

    France[ویرایش]

    Jerusalem[ویرایش]

    Lebanon[ویرایش]

    United States[ویرایش]

    • AMN Hye Kiank Armenian Weekly - general interest publication in Armenian, serving Armenian American community with national, East Coast and West Coast editions
    • Ararat Quarterly - literary and arts publication in English
    • USA Armenian Life - weekly magazine, general interest publication in English, serving the Armenian American community with national, East Coast and West Coast Editions

    See also[ویرایش]

    Notes[ویرایش]

    1. Kantsasar also publishes an annual extra special issue (բացառիկ) in January each year. (ANLS: Armenian National Language Support 2.0 needed to view Armenian letters in site). Issues are downloadable as pdf.
    2. Rowe, Victoria (2003). A History of Armenian Women's Writing, 1880–1922. Cambridge Scholars Press. ISBN 978-1-904303-23-7.

    References[ویرایش]

    • Liladhar R Pendse, "An Introduction to Armenian Periodicals of the Eastern Mediterranean: A Bibliographic Study" (2017) 18 Slavic & East European Information Resources 3 to 32 Taylor & Francis
    • Dorota Skotarczak, "An Overview of Armenian Periodicals in Poland" (2014) 54 Armenian Review 69 to 78 (Spring/Summer, issue 3/4)
    • (1988) Newsletter, India Office Library and Records, issues 33-41, page 38 Google Books
    • Amalya Gełami Kirakosian. Hay parberakan mamuli matenagitut'yun (1794-1967) Hamahavak' c' ank. Erevan. 1970. Google Books WorldCat
    • Hovhannes Petrosyan. Hay parberakan mamuli bibliografia, 1794-1900. Erevan. 1956. Volume 2, 1900-1956. 1957.
    • Garegin Levonian or Lewonian or Levonyan. Hayots parberakan mamule: liakatar tsutsak Hay Iragrutyan skzbits minjev mer orere (1794-1934). Erevan. 1934. (or "Hayoc parperakan").