Rubina Peroomian

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Rubina Peroomian holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from UCLA. She has been a lecturer of Armenian language and literature as well as Armenian history and the Armenian Question at UCLA, University of Laverne, and Glendale College. Currently, she is an Associate Researcher at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at UCLA.

Her major publications, chapters in books, and research articles in scholarly journals (excluding those in Armenian) include: "Hagop Oshagan's Literature of Catastrophe: The Struggle to Confront the Genocide of 1915,” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, Vol. 4, 1988-89, pp. 105-142; "The Transformation of Armenianness in the Formation of Armenian-American Identity," in Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 6 (1992, 1993), published in 1995, pp. 119-145; "How to Read Genocide Literature - The Problematics, the search for a Guideline or a Canon," in International Network on Holocaust and Genocide, April 1996, issues 1-2. pp 22-25; "Dashnaktsutiun-Bolshevik Relations, 1918-20: Dashnaktsutiun's Quest for Peaceful Coexistence," Armenian Review, Special Issue on "The Republic of Armenia, 1918-1920: A Seventy-Five Year Perspective," Guest Editor: Richard Hovannisian, Spring-Winter 1993 (Published in September, 1996), pp.157-182; “Literary Manifestations of Resistance to the Armenian Genocide: A Comparative Analysis of the Jewish and Armenian Cases” in in Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, vol. 10 (1998, 1999(2000)), pp. 99-110; Literary Responses to Catastrophe: A Comparison of the Armenian and the Jewish Experience (Scholars Press, 1993), A Struggle to Comprehend the Catastrophe and Survive: A Comparison. . (Yerevan, 2003), "Armenian Literary Responses to Genocide: The Artistic Struggle to Comprehend and Survive," in The Armenian Genocide, ed. R. G. Hovannisian (New York, St. Martin's Press, 1992), pp. 222-249; "The Armenian Genocide and the Literature of Diaspora," in The Armenian Question, a special volume of the Soviet-Armenian Encyclopedia in the Russian Language (Erevan, 1993), pp. 135-137; "Problematic Aspects of Reading Genocide Literature, A Search for a Guideline or a Canon," in Remembrance and Denial, The Case of the Armenian Genocide, ed. R. G. Hovannisian (Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1999), pp. 175-186; "A Commentary - A Comparative Approach to the Circumstances, Aspects, Manifestations, and Elements of the Jewish and Armenian Enlightenment and Modernization," in Enlightenment and Diaspora, The Armenian And Jewish Cases, edited by Richard G. Hovannisian and David N. Myers, (Scholars Press, Atlanta, Georgia, 1999), pp. 209-221; “3000 Year History at a Glance,” a historical survey in English and Armenian published as the Introduction to the Armenian Embroidery, published by The Armenian Relief Cross of Lebanon, 1999, pp. XVIII-XXV and LXVI-LXXV; “The Heritage of Van Provincial Literature” in Armenian Van/Vaspurakan, Richard G. Hovannisian ed. (Costa Mesa, California: Mazda Press, 2000), pp. 133-152; “A Struggle to Comprehend the Catastrophe to Make Survival Possible: A Comparative Study of the Armenian and the Jewish Responses to Catastrophe” in Remembering for the Future – 2000, The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide, John K. Roth and Elizabeth Maxwell eds. in chief (Palgrave, Mc Milan’s Global Academic Publishing, 2001) pp. 814-830); “The Armenian Genocide Through Art and Literature” in Anatomy of Genocide, State-Sponsored Mass-Killings in the Twentieth Century, Alexandre Kimenyi and Otis L. Scoth eds. (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2001 pp. 395-409; “New Directions in Literary Responses to the Armenian Genocide,” in Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Confronting the Armenian Genocide, Richard G. Hovannisian ed. (Transaction Publishers, 2003) pp. 157-180.