174. The Gardens of Silihdar
|Jennifer Manoukian is a translator of Western Armenian literature. She has an MA in Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies from Columbia University. The Gardens of Silihdar by Zabel Yessayan, was released by AIWA Press in 2014. (academia.edu)|
|Susanna Ferguson is a PhD student in Middle Eastern History at Columbia University, where she focuses on the history of women and gender in the Arab world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. (academia.edu)|
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|Zabel Yessayan (Source: AGBU)|
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Zabel Yessayan, My Soul in Exile and Other Writings, trans. G.M. Goshgarian, Jennifer Manoukian and Nanore Barsoumian, Watertown, MA: AIWA Press, 2014.