AGMI scholar Gevorg Vardanyan is admitted to the Department of History at North Carolina State University after a decade of research experience at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute. At NC State, his research focuses on Genocide memory and its representation. During his doctoral studies, he will also teach undergraduate students at NC State and will have extensive experience in various American museums.
Previously, he has held various positions at the AGMI, such as a researcher, a senior researcher, a head of the Department of Comparative Genocide Studies, and a Scientific Secretary. In 2017, he was appointed as the Acting Director of the AGMI with a decree of the Prime-Minister of Armenia and served until joining the NC State in 2018.
He will continue his collaboration with the Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute and will rejoin the AGMI after completing his research in the US.