ASA: Armenian Students Association

HOW WE LIVE: Life on the Margins of Society in Armenian - Photographs and Discussion with Sara Anjargolian
Date: Thursday October 28th 2010  
Time: 6:30pm to 08:00pm
Contact: nk2334@columbia.edu
Sara Anjargolian will discuss her experiences as a photographer and attorney living and working in Armenia as she presents the photographs from her book, "How We Live." The presentation will also feature a short film.

The Columbia University Armenian Studies Program,

the Armenian Center at Columbia University, the Middle East Institute at

Columbia University, and the Fordham University Armenian Association

Present

HOW WE LIVE – Life on the Margins of Society in Armenia

Lecture and Book Presentation by 

SARA ANJARGOLIAN - photojournalist and attorney

 Thursday - October 28, 2010 @ 6:30pm

 Fordham College at Lincoln Center

113 West 60th Street

Lowenstein Center, Room 916

 Free and open to the public.

Contact: Nanor Kebranian at nk2334@columbia.edu 

Books are $40 and will be available for purchase. Cash/check only please.

 

For more information about Sara’s projects visit www.SaraAnjargolian.com


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