Evening with Zori Balayan
The AUA community is happy to welcome renowned Armenian novelist, journalist, sports doctor and sports expert Zori Balayan on February 16.
Born in Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh, Zori Balayan is a legendary Armenian novelist and journalist, and a leader of the Arstakh movement some three decades ago in the last years of the Soviet Union. He graduated from the Ryazan State Medical University in 1963. Balayan is a journalist for the weekly Russian-language publication Literaturnaya Gazeta and was awarded the St. Mesrop Mashtots Medal in 2010. His book “The Right to Die” has been translated into five languages and now also into Hebrew.
This event is in Armenian. Simultaneous interpretation into English will be provided.
This event is open to public.
Organizer: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Venue: Alex and Marie Manoogian Hall