"Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34)
"Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34) About

“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani”: the four-month bulletin of social sciences has been published since 1967 in Yerevan. It is included in the list of scientific periodical publications acceptable for publishing the main results and propositions of doctorate dissertations and candidate theses established by the Higher Certification Commission of RA. It is the successor of the periodicals “Scientific Bulletin of State University of Armenian SSR” (1925-30), “Works” (1934-36), “Scientific Works” (1939-61), “Scientific Bulletin” (1962-66). Scientists from YSU and other institutions of RA, as well as Diaspora and abroad, are published in “Banber”. The bulletin had been published annually three times by January 1, 2010 – 15 printing sheets each.
So far it has had four Editors-in-Chief:
Edward Jrbashyan (1967-77),
Harutyun Feleqyan (1978-86),
Edward Aghayan (1986-91),
Hrachik Mirzoyan (1992-2019).
The scientific works carried out in YSU and scientific and educational institutions of the Republic are published in “Banber”; considerable attention is paid to the issues of Armenian Studies. Well-known scientists of the scientific institutions of RA, Diaspora, and foreign countries collaborate with the bulletin. By January 1, 2010, the bulletin had been published three times a year (15 printing sheets).
In 2010-2014 “Banber” continued to be published in the same periodicity but in six series, each of which had a steady label and 5 printing sheets. They were 1. “Armenian Studies”, 2. “Philology”, 3. “Jurisprudence”, 4. “Philosophy, Psychology”, 5. “Sociology, Economics”, 6. “International Relations, Political Science”.
Since 2015, according to the requirements of RA Book Chamber, the series of “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani” have become separate journals with their international standard serial numbers:
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Armenian Studies” – ISSN 1829-4588,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philology” – ISSN 1829-457X,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Jurisprudence” – ISSN 1829-4561,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philosophy, Psychology” – ISSN 1829-4553,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Sociology, Economics” – ISSN 1829-4545,
“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: International Relations, Political Science” – ISSN 1829-4529.
Since January 2015, according to the decision of YSU Academic Council, “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Russian Philology” (ISSN 1829-4537) journal has been added to those aforementioned.
Since January 2020, by the decision of the YSU Academic Council, “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Sociology, Economics” journal has been reorganized into two separate journals:
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Sociology” – ISSN 2579-2938
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Economics” – ISSN 2579-2946.
Since 2020, the publishing frequency of journals has also changed. Three times a year are published the journals:
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philology”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Jurisprudence”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Philosophy, Psychology”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: International Relations, Political Science”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Economics”
Three times a year are published the journals:
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Armenian Studies”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Sociology”
• “Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: Russian Philology”.
Each journal has its separate editorial board under the general leadership of Levon Avetisyan – editor-in-chief.
The materials are published in Armenian, Russian and English. The published articles have summaries in the other two languages. Brief information about the authors is given in three languages.
The periodical which covers social sciences has a serious scientific reputation among similar bulletins, as, before going to press, it is being reviewed, edited, compared with different sources and thoroughly proofread. Accordingly, the publications which do not correspond to the scientific standards of the bulletin, find no place in the periodical.

“Banber Yerevani Hamalsarani: the editorial staff of International Relations, Political Science” maintains the common ethical principles for publishing scientific materials, guided by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Violation of copyright and ethical norms is not only unacceptable but also hinders the development of scientific knowledge undermining the authority of social sciences.

• For the Editorial Board, it is important that the authors and reviewers of scientific materials are familiar with the requirements made,
• The editorial board makes impartial decisions exclusively based on the professional level and quality of the materials provided,
• The Editorial Board organizes an internal review to ensure professionalism and avoid conflicts of interest between the parties. The reviewers cannot be the authors or co-authors of these works, as well as the scientific supervisors of the authors,
• The editorial board is strictly against the violation of ethics of publishing scientific works, the most common of which are plagiarism, the presentation of previously published materials, misrepresentation of the results of others' scientific research or falsification of data. If these are available, the submissions are rejected,
• The editorial board is under the obligation not to use the information contained therein and provide it to a third party, except for the reviewer,
• Content changes and clarifications made in the text are agreed with the author. In case of disagreement with editorial interventions, the parties have the right to refuse the publication of the material or come to a mutual agreement,
• The materials are confirmed and published exclusively for free,
• The printed materials may not be in line with the views of the founders, editors, and editorial boards. However, the editorial staff is responsible for the professional quality of published materials.

Articles and information submitted to the editorial board are subject to registration and accounting if they are fully consistent with the content, thematic format, and requirements of the journal.
The articles and other materials registered and accounted in the Editorial office, do not guarantee their unconditional release. All materials are subject to review, with the intention to find out their relevance to the core criteria such as the relevance of the study, its purpose, and objectives, the novelty of the results, the applicability and originality, the adequacy of selected methodology, the accuracy of data, etc. On this basis, the editorial board has the right to accept the articles or other materials for publication, to send them for an additional review, to return them to the authors for editing, or reject them.
It is also possible that the editorial board reject to publish the articles and other materials if they are obviously incompatible with the content and subject orientation of the journal.
Registered and accounted articles may also be given for “anonymous” (“blind”) reviewing. The names of the reviewers remain secret, and the reviewers, in their turn, do not know the names of the authors.
The editorial board does not provide the author with the text of the review, but briefly informs the conclusions of the decision and the reasons for rejection. In general, the decision-making process typically lasts about two months. Based on the findings of the review, the editorial board decides the material: 1) to publish; 2) to revise and publish; 3) to re-post for reviewing after radical transformation, and 4) to reject.
Selection of current publication materials is based on their thematic and content relevance, and editorial programs and priorities.

The periodical “Banber” is published three times a year in seven different journals, each of which has its editor. They are:
1. “Armenian Studies” – Levon Avetisyan, 060710219, ephbanber@ysu.am
2. “Philology” – Levon Avetisyan, 060710219, ephbanber@ysu.am
3. “Jurisprudence” – Gevorg Danielyan, 060-71-02-56, gdanielyan@ysu.am
4. “Philosophy, Psychology”– Edward Harutjunyan, 060710632, anna_mkrtchyan@mail.ru
5. “Economics” – Karlen Khachatryan, 060710656, banber.econom@gmail.com
6. “Sociology” – Arthur Atanesyan, 060710074, atanesyan@ysu.am
7. “International Relations, Political Science” – Ashot Alexanyan, ashalex@ysu.am
8. “Russian Philology” – Levon Hakobyan, 060710585, levon_hakobyan@bk.ru
The editorial staff sends the articles to be reviewed, so it is not necessary to present a written review or recommendation with the article.
The technical requirements for the articles to be printed in “Banber”:
-The title of the article is put at the beginning of the article (in capital letters);
-The next line – the first and second names of the author (in capital letters), the academic degree and title, place of employment, position, phone number and e-mail are given at the end of the article (the phone number and e-mail are printed with the author’s consent);
-Page margins should be as follows: top 25 mm, bottom 25 mm, right 25 mm, and left 20 mm;
-The Armenian font for the paper should be Sylfaen;
-The English font for the paper should be Times New Roman;
-The Russian font for the paper should be Times New Roman;
-The size of the font – 11;
-The spacing between the lines – 1.5;
-The width of charts, tables and images – up to 125 mm;
-The references should be provided as footnotes - in ascending order, the font – 10, the references include the author's name (bold), title, volume, the place of publication and date (in case of periodicals, the issue should also be mentioned).;
- The article can be submitted in Armenian, English or Russian along with abstracts in two other languages and up to 10 key words in three languages;
-The articles may also be sent by e-mail
-Rejected articles are not returned;
- The editorial staff can insert the published articles in Armenian and foreign electronic databases and Internet sites without any legal restrictions.
For printing articles, turn to the editors responsible for series.
1, 106, Alex Manoukian,
Yerevan, RA
060 710 219, 060 710 218

“Banber”- Bulletin of Yerevan university




Editor-in-chief: Avetisyan Levon (PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, ephbanber@ysu.am)
Deputy editor-in-chief: Hovakimyan Armen (PhD in Philology, ephbanber@ysu.am),
Managing Editor: Avetisyan Levon

Editorial Board:
Melkonyan Ruben (Sc. D. in History, Professor),
Minasyan Edik (Sc. D. in History, Professor, eminasyan@ysu.am),
Petrosyan Vardan (PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, vz.petrosyan@ysu.am),
Simonyan Aram (Sc. D. in History, Professor, NAS RA Corresponding Member),
Yeghiazaryan Arman (Sc. D. in History, Professor)

Table of Contents

Artsruni Sahakyan

Assyrian Edition of Agathangelos | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 3-15 |

Qi Peicheng

Was Armenian King Parthmasiris an Shigao? (Identifying Sutra Translator an Shigao of China) | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 16-29 |

Hagop Tcholakian

The Armenian Monastry of Aramo with Holy Asdvadsadsin and Holy Kevork Churches | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 30-44 |

Hratsin Vardanyan

The Typology of State Policy of Homeland (Origin Country) towards the Diaspora | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 45-58 |

Emma Petrosyan

On the Etymology of the Nicknames of the Ritual Doll Narin / Nurin | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 59-71 |

Hasmik Amirjanyan

On the Printing Activite of Ghukas Karnetsy | "Banber Yerevani hamalsarani. Armenian Studies", 2021 № 2 (34), p. 72-82 |
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