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Armenia

UNESCO Chair in Art History (13), established in 1995 at Yerevan State University (Armenia)
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Fields / Disciplines

Art History.


Objectives
  • To develop and implement activities which shall promote an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation activities in the field of art history.

  • To increase awareness about art history in Armenia among the members of the academic community, teachers and representatives of the media.

Host Institution

Yerevan State University. Website

Website of the UNESCO Chair


Partnership

Armenian Academy of Sciences (Armenia). Website
University of Vienna (Austria). Website
University of Rome (Italy). Website
New York University Institute of Fine Arts (USA). Website
University of California (USA). Website


UNESCO Sector/Field Office responsible for the Chair/Network

Culture


Documents
Progress Report 2000 (short version)
Activities of the UNESCO Chair in Art History - More

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