Nelli Khachaturian



ImageNelli Khachaturyan- Candidate in historical science

sociologist, orientalist





  • Nelli Balasanian (2007), Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Gazali al-Tusi, Kimija-ji sa’adat, Rukn 2 (translated from Persian & commentaries by A. Khismatulin, St. Petersburg), Iran and the Caucasus, v. 11, Book reviews, Brill: 160-162pp.
  • Nelli Khachaturian (2009), The Invention of History: Azerbaijan, Armenia and the Showcasing of Imagination, London, Gomidas Institute, 2009, 130 pp., Iran and The Caucasus 14.2(2010), Book reviews, Brill: 466p.
  • Balasanian-Khachaturian N. R. (2010), “Ahl-al-Kitab and the Tolerance of Fatimids”, Orientalia, v. IX, Yerevan: 106-109pp.
  • Balasanian-Khachaturian N. R. (2010), “Ismailis of China”, Orientalia, v. X, Yerevan: 109-113pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2011), “Ismailis of Afghanistan”, Orientalia, v. XII, Yerevan: 23-41pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2010-2011), “Ismailis of Africa”, Iran-nameh, v. 42-43, Yerevan: 29-35pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2012-2013), “Ismailism in the Sunni heresiography”, Iran-nameh, v. 44-45, Yerevan: 113-116pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2013), “The development and establishing Ismaili identity between the 8th and 18th centuries”, Orientalia, v. XIV, Yerevan: 5-11pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2017), “Laying the Basics of Multicultural Identity of Contemporary Ismailis”, Compendium of XIV International Scientific-Practical Conference «XV-e Dzagurovskie Chteniya», Makhachkala: 270-273pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2017), “Assassins: The Anti-Seljuk Movement of Ismailis (11th-12th)”, Compendium of XII Annual Scientific Conference dedicated to the 20 years of RAU,  Yerevan: 582-590pp.
  • Khachaturian N. R. (2018), «The contributions of Russian Scientists into the Ismaili Studies», Caucaso-Caspica, v. 2-3, Yerevan: 277-285сс.
  • Arakelova V. А., Khachaturyan N. R. (2019), «Ismailis in Afghan War 1979-1989: fighting on both sides», Caucaso-Caspica, v. 4, Yerevan: 217-225pp.
  • Khachaturyan N. R. (2019), “Challenges of time: The Ismailis of Eastern Africa”, Caucaso-Caspica, v. 4, Yerevan: 83-89 сс.