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Austrian Armenologist Honored for Researching Armenian-Christian Traditions of Nagorno Karabakh

The German Stephanus Foundation for Persecuted Christians will award Salzburg Armenologist Jasmine Dum-Tragut with this year's Stephanus Special Prize on April 20, 2024. 

The linguist is being honored for her commitment to researching the Armenian-Christian traditions of Nagorno Karabakh. 

The prize honors people who stand up for human rights, religious freedom and the Christian faith.

“The Armenian cultural heritage is threatened there after the Azerbaijani military expelled the Armenian population - more than 100,000 people - from Nagorno Karabakh through a months-long blockade and the attack on September 19, 2023,” reports the Stephanus Foundation.

Jasmine Dum-Tragut heads the Center for Research into the Christian East, the Department of Armenian Studies and researches and teaches in the Department of Biblical Studies and Church History at the University of Salzburg, but also teaches in Armenia. 

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