ستا دادویان

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ستا دادویان (ارمنی: Սեդա Տատոյան زاده ۱۹۵۰) یک محقق تاریخ قرون وسطی ارمنستان اهل ارمنستان است. در بین سال‌های ۱۹۸۶ و ۲۰۰۴ استاد دانشگاه آمریکایی بیروت (AUB) در رشته هنر، فلسفه و تحقیقات فرهنگی بوده‌است. وی همچنین در سایر دانشگاه‌ها ا زجمله هایکازیان (۱۹۸۱–۱۹۸۶), کلمبیا(۲۰۰۲، ۲۰۰۶), حوزه علمیه نرسس مقدس (۲۰۰۷–۲۰۱۰), و شیکاگو (۲۰۱۰) تدریس نموده‌است. وی تا کنون بیش از پنجاه مقاله و ده کتاب نوشته‌است.

ستا دادویان
Seta Dadoyan
زادهٔ۱۹۵۰ (۷۲ سال)
حلب، سوریه
ملیتارمنستان
پیشهمحقق

زندگی‌نامهویرایش

سدا دادویان در سال در حلب، سوریه از والدینی ارمنی به دنیا آمد. وی سپس به بیروت، لبنان نقل مکان نمود جایی که در سال ۱۹۶۹ مدرک کارشناسی ارشد خویش در رشته فلسفه از دانشگاه آمریکایی بیروت دریافت نمود. در سال ۱۹۸۶ به مقام استادی در دانشگاه آمریکایی بیروت رسید و تا سال ۲۰۰۵ این مقام را برعهده داشت. دادویان همچنین در رشته هنر در بیروت و لندن تحصیل نموده‌است و یک نقاش می‌باشد. سخنرانی‌های وی توسط آکادمیسین‌ها و محققان همچون مایکل مورونی مورد تحسین قرار گرفته‌است. در سال ۱۹۹۹ مدال داویت آنهاقت، عالی‌ترین مدال آکادمی فلسفه ارمنی به دادویان خاطر مشارکت‌هایش دربارهٔ تحقیقات فلسفی ارمنی اعطا گردیده‌است.

تالیفاتویرایش

Dadoyan has authored nine books, and edited-co-authored two.

2015 – The Armenian Condition in Hindsight and Foresight- A Discourse / 2015 – Հայ Վիճակը Յետահայեցութեամբ և Նախահայեցութեամբ – Վերլուծում մը. Ottawa, Canada: 2015. Paperback, 9"x6" (23x15.5 cm) 214 pages شابک ‎۹۷۸−۱−۴۹۵۱−۷۹۹۴−۵

The Catholicosate of Cilicia - History, Mission, Treasures. Editor, Co-Author. Antelias, Lebanon: Catholicosate Publications, 2015. Hard cover, 12½"x9¾" (32x24.5 cm) 400 pages شابک ‎۹۷۸−۹۹۵۳−۰−۳۱۶۴−۴

The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World – Paradigms of Interaction Seventh to Fourteenth Centuries . Volume Three: Medieval Cosmopolitanism and Images of Islam-Thirteenth to Fourteenth Centuries. New Brunswick: U.S.A. & London, UK: Transaction Publishers, 2013. Hard cover, 9½"x6½" (23.5x16 cm) 208 pages شابک ‎۹۷۸−۱−۴۱۲۸−۴۵۷۷−۹

The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World – Paradigms of Interaction Seventh to Fourteenth Centuries. Volume Two: Armenian Realpolitik in the Islamic World and Diverging Paradigms - The Case of Cilicia - Eleventh to Fourteenth Centuries. New Brunswick, U.S.A. & London, UK: Transaction Publishers, 2012. Hard cover, 9½"x6½" (23.5x16 cm) 318 pages شابک ‎۹۷۸−۱−۴۱۲۸−۴۷۸۲−۷

The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World – Paradigms of Interaction - Seventh to Fourteenth Centuries. Volume One: The Arab Period in Armīnyah - Seventh to Eleventh Centuries. New Brunswick (U.S.A.) & London (UK): Transaction Publishers, 2011. Hard cover, 9½"x6½" (23.5x16 cm) 290 pages شابک ‎۹۷۸−۱−۴۱۲۸−۵۱۸۹−۳

The Armenian Catholicosate from Cilicia to Antelias − An Introduction. Antelias, Lebanon: Catholicosate Publications, 2003. Paperback, 8½"x5½" (21.5x14.5 cm) 115 pages

The Contribution of the Armenian Church to the Christian Witness in the Middle East. Editor, Co-Author. Antelias, Lebanon: Catholicosate Publications, 2001. Hard cover, 10¾"x8" (27x20 cm) 212 pages

The Fatimid Armenians - Cultural and Political Interaction in the Near East. Islamic History and Civilization Series. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1997. Hard cover, 9¾"x6½" (24.5x16 cm) 215 pages شابک ‎۹۰−۰۴−۱۰۸۱۶−۵

Յովհաննէս Երզնակացիի 'Ի Տաճկաց Իմաստասիրաց'ը և Իմաստատիրական Արձակը Իսլամական Աղբիւրներուն Լոյսին Տակ [John of Erznka: 'Views from the Writings of Islamic Philosophers' and Philosophical Treatises in the Light of their Islamic Sources – Ikhwān al Ṣafā’]. Beirut: 1991. Paperback, 9½"x6¾" (24.5x17.5 cm) 230 pages

Էջեր Արևմտահայ Մտածումէն – Ե. Տէմիրճիպաշեան, Տ. Չրաքեան-Ինտրա, Շ. Պէրպէրեան, Գ. Գավաֆեան, Դանիէլ Վարուժան [Pages of West Armenian Philosophical Thought – E. Temijibashian, T. Chrakian-Indra, Sh. Perperian, G. Gavafian, Daniel Varujan]. Beirut: A.G.B.U., 1987. (Winner of H. Uzunian Award for Best Armenian Book of 1987). Hard cover and paperback, 9¾"x7" (245x17.5 cm) 246 pages

Լիբանանահայ Նկարչութիւնը Ինքնութեան Տագնապին Լոյսին Տակ [Armenian Painting in Lebanon in the Light of the Crisis of Identity]. Antelias, Lebanon: Catholicosate Publications, 1984. Paperback, 9½"x6¾" (24.5x17.5 cm) 100 pages

Articles in Scholarly Journals Dadoyan has over 50 scholarly papers in academic journals, some of which are:

"The Move of the Armenian Catholicosate from Armenia to Antelias”, The Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia: History, Treasures, Mission. Edited by Seta B. Dadoyan. Beirut: Catholicosate Publications, 2015, 22-67.

“Matt‘ēos Jułayec‘i”, Christian-Muslim Relations - A Bibliographical Historical Bibliography. Leiden: Brill, 2013, 309-313.

“Yovhannēs Erznkac‘i Bluz”, Christian-Muslim Relations - A Bibliographical Historical Bibliography. Leiden: Brill, 2012, vol. IV (1200-1350), 572-578.

“The Fatimid Armenians”, Christian-Muslim Relations - A Bibliographical Historical Bibliography. Leiden: Brill, 2011, vol. II (900-1050), 25-27.

“Badr al-Jamālī”, Encyclopedia of Islam Three. Leiden: Brill, 2010. 133-134.

“Bahrām al-Armani”, Encyclopedia of Islam Three. Leiden: Brill, 2011. 63-64.

“Cilicia: The Philosophical Legacy between East and West”, Hask Armenological Yearbook, vol. XI, (2009), 349-384.

“A Phenomenology of Armenian Studies: The Discipline and the ‘National’ Meta-Polis", Le Muséon, vol. 121-Fasc. 1-2 (2008), 213-229.

“The Year of Armenian Studies: NAASR Oct. 2002, Erevan, Sep. 2003, AIEA Venice/ Lecce Oct. 2003, Journal of Armenian Studies, Vol. VIII, 2, Fall(2006), 3-15.

“The Chronicle of Michael the Syrian and the Armenian Version of 1248: A Textual Comparison”, Hask Armenological Yearbook, X(2003-2006), 257-275.

“The Nāṣirī Futuwwa Literature and the Brotherhood Poetry of Yohannēs and Konstandin Erzenkac‘i – Texts and Contexts”, Redefining Christian Identity: Cultural Interaction in the Middle East since the Rise of Islam.(eds.) J. J.Van Ginkel, H. L.Murre - Van Den Berg, T. M. Van Lint, (Leuven: Peeters, 2005), 237-264.

“The Constitution of the Brotherhood of Erzinjān (1280): An Armenization of the Futuwwa Reform Project and Literature of ‘Abbāsid Caliph al-Nāṣir lī-dīn Allāh”, Revue des Études Arméniennes, NS, vol. 29 (2003-2004), 117-165.

“Armenian Persistence: National Identity between Myth and Reality”, Journal of Armenian Studies, vol. VII, 1 (Fall-Winter 2002-2003), 77-98.

“The Armenian Catholicosate from Cilicia to Antelias”. The Contribution of the Armenian Church to the Christian Witness in the Middle East (Editor, Co-Author) S. B. Dadoyan. Antelias Beirut: Catholicosate Publications, 2001, 21-80.

“The Spirituality of the Armenian Church in Armenian Miniatures: Unity of Spirit and Vision”, The Contribution of the Armenian Church to the Christian Witness in the Middle East. Edited and co-authored by S. B. Dadoyan, Antelias Beirut: Catholicosate Publications, 2001.147-155.

“Islam and Armenian Polemical Strategies at the End of an Era: Matt‘ēos Ĵułayec'i and Grigor Tat‘evac‘i”, Le Muséon, October(2001), 305-326.

“Feminism in Armenian History: Origins in Medieval Heresies”, Armenian Mind- Journal of the Philosophical Academy - National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, V, 1-2(2001), 18-31.

“The Problematic of Dissidence and Heresy in the Making of the National: The Armenian Case in the Medieval Middle East”, Hask Armenological Yearbook of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, 9(1997- 2000), 101-113.

“The Armenian Meta-System and the Near Eastern Diaspora” (Paper presented at the Workshop on Cultural Resistance and Globalization). Orientwissenschaftliche Hefte, 2(2001) of Orientwissenschaftliches Zentrum, 1-18.

“The Armenian Intermezzo in Bilād al-Shām: 10th to 12th Centuries”. In Syrian Christians under Islam: The First Thousand Years. Leiden: E. J.Brill, 2001.159-183

“Armenians in contact with Islam - Seventh to Fourteenth Centuries”. In Het Christelijk Oosten (The Christian East), Periodical of the Institute of Eastern Christian Studies at Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Special Issue on Armenia, December 52(2000), 175-199.

“Yānis”, Encyclopedia of Islam – 2nd Ed. Leiden: E. J. Brill. http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/encyclopaedia-of-islam-2/yanis-SIM_7980>

“Technology and Women in the ESCWA Region: Strategies between Local Actuality and Global Virtuality”, Proceedings of the ESCWA Expert Group Meeting of the Technology Section of the United Nations- November 1–3, 2000, Beirut: 2001.

“Die Armenier und die islamische welt Paradigmen sozio-politischer Interaktion”, Armenisch-Deutsche Korrepondenz, 2(2000 - No.108), 33-35

“Grigor of Tat‘ew: Treatise against the Tajiks”, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 7, 2(1996).

“The Phenomenon of the Fatimid Armenians”, Medieval Encounters, 2.3(1996), E. J. Brill, 193-213.

“Data for the History of Medieval Arab-Armenian Relations”, Haigazian Armenological Review, XII(1992), 339-355.

“Footnotes to an Unwritten History of Arab-Armenian Relations”. In: Studies in History and Literature. Festschrift in honor of N. A. Ziadeh, London: 1992. 108-119.

“A Thirteenth Century Armenian summary of the Epistles of the Brethren of Purity (Rasā’il Ikhwān al-Ṣafā’)”, Al-Abḥāth Journal of the American University of Beirut, XXXX(1992). 3-18.

“The Epistles of the Brethren of Purity: As the Sources of John of Erzenka’s ‘Views’ “, Journal of Erevan State University, I(1991), 63-78.

“The Problem of the sources of John of Erzenka’s Views”, Journal of the Dept. of Humanities of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia, II(1991), 22- 43.

“A Unique phenomenon in Arab-Armenian Cultural Relations during the 13th Century”, Journal of Erevan State University, II(1990), 11-26.

“A Comparative Study of the Texts of John of Erzenk’s Views and Rasā'il Ikhwān al-Ṣafā’”, Shirak Literary Journal, 10-12(1990). 135-160.

“A Concise philosophical Glossary in the West Armenian Dialect”, Hask Armenological Yearbook of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, IV-V(1983-1984), 219-234.

“Indra – Tiran Č‘rakean: The ‘Pallid Atlas’ of West Armenian thought", Hask Armenological Yearbook of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, IV-V(1983-1984),179-218.

“Šahan Berberean: Philosophy of art”, Hask Armenological Yearbook of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, II-III (1982), 85-110.

“David Invictus: Refutation of Pyrrhonian Skepticism”, Hask Armenological Yearbook of the Catholicosate of Cilicia, I(1980), 73-90.

“T‘oros Ṙoslin and Sargis Picak”, Haigazian Armenological Review of Haigazian University, VIII(1981), 235-252.

“A Survey of the History of Armenian Painting in Lebanon”, Haigazian Armenological Review of Haigazian University, VII(1981),315-352.

“Rasā’il Ikhwān al- Ṣafā’: The Source of John of Erznka's 'Views from the Writings of Islamic Philosophers’" , Haigazian Armenological Review, VI(1977–78), 51-70.

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