At Risk: The Medieval Armenian Churches and Monasteries of Artsakh
hristina Maranci is the Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Chair of Armenian art and architectural history at Tufts University and Chair of the Department. She is the author of three books and over 90 articles and essays on medieval Armenian art and architecture, including most recently an introduction to Armenian art (Oxford University Press, 2018). Her previous monograph, (Vigilant Powers: Three Churches of Early Medieval Armenia–Brepols 2015) won both the Sona Aronian Prize for best Armenian studies monograph from the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) and also the Karen Gould Prize for Art History from the Medieval Academy of America. Maranci has works on issues of cultural heritage for over a decade. Her campaign for the Cathedral of Mren, near Ani, resulted in its inclusion on the World Monuments Watch List for 2015-17.