Basu, M. & Palandjian, G. (forthcoming). Writing qualitatively: claiming the margins.  Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, Special Issue.

Palandjian, G. (forthcoming). From fieldwork interruption to curating a data exhibition during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Looking back to look forward:Making connections in and through arts-based educational research SpringerBrief.

Wakefield, W., Amrein-Beardsley, A., Collins, C., do Lago e Pretti, E., Glassmeyer, K., Palandjian, G., Parra-Gaete, I., Roberts, T., & Terada, T. (under review). Examining an alternative teacher education undergraduate program: Possibilities for teaching and extending what it means to be an educator outside of the classroom. Journal of Teacher Education.

Silova,I., Millei, Z., Chachkhiani, K.,  Palandjian, G. and Vitrukh, M. (2021). Revisiting Post-Socialist EducationTransformations: Monuments, Movements, and Metamorphoses. In T. Jules, R. Shields, M. A. M. Thomas (Eds.), Bloomsbury Handbook of Theory in Comparative and International Education. (pp. 147-166). Bloomsbury: London.

Served as a Copyeditor for the following publication: Turan, O., Sahakyan, E. N. Mkrtchyan, L., Gulu, F. Gasparyan, K. Erdinc, Y., and Caykent, O. (2019). Alternative history education modules for Armenia and Turkey. History Foundation (Tarih Vakfi) and Imagine Center for Conlfict Transformation, Istanbul and Yerevan.

Chachkhiani, K., Goebel, J., Gong, B., Palandjian, G., Pretti, E., Silova, I., Vitrukh, M. (2019). Education and Storytelling forEarthly Survival: ‘Becoming-With’ Donna Haraway. (A Sympoietic Movie Review). Comparative Education Review, 63(3), 457-459.

Palandjian, G., Silova, I., Mun, O., & Zholdoshalieva, R. (2018).  Nation and gender in postsocialist education transformations: comparing early literacy textbooks in Armenia Kazakhstan, Krgyzstan, and Latvia. In M. Chankseliani, & I. Silova. (Eds.) Comparing post Socialist transformations: purposes, policies, and practices in education. (pp. 167-192). Oxford Studies in Comparative Education.

Silova, I. & Palandjian, G. (2018).  Soviet Empire, childhood, and educationRevista Española de Educación Comparada.(31), 147-171.

Akpinar, A., Avetisyan, S., Balasanyan, H., Gullu, F., Kandolu, I., Karapetyan, M., Manasian, N., Mkrtchyan, L., Aköz Özkaya, E. Tahsin Özkaya, H., Palandjian, G., Şekeryan, A., & Turan, Ö. (2017). History education in schools in Turkey and Armenia: A critique and alternatives.  In Bilmez, B., Çayır, K., Çaykent, Ö, Gamaghelyan, P., Karapetyan, M., & Sayan P. (Eds.), Retrieved from:

Silova, I., Mead, M., & Palandjian, G. (2014). Pedagogies of space: (re)mapping national territories, borders, and identities in post-soviet textbooks.  In J.H. Williams (Ed.), Re-(Imagining) the Nation. (pp. 103-128).  Sense Publishers.

Palandjian, G. (2014). The ABCs of being Armenian: (Re)turning to the Armenian national identity. In J.H. Williams (Ed.), Re-(Imagining) the Nation. (pp. 247-257). Sense Publishers.

Unpublished Reports

Palandjian, G. (2020).  Final Report on Rethinking borders and identities in Armenian education: Findings, Policy Implications and Recommendations.  Program for Research and Training on Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (Title VIII) Funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS.

Palandjian, G. (2013).  A Case Study of Peace Education Curricula in Armenia: Findings and Policy Recommendations.  IREX Research Brief was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State.

Invited Presentations and Publications

Silova, I., Chachkhiani, K., Palandjian, G. & Tsotniashvili, K. (forthcoming).  Pedagogies of Time: “Editing” the Timelines of Childhood(s) through Memories and Textbooks. Journal of Childhood Studies, Special Issue.

Bright Garden Voices Meeting #3: Us and Them. Platform for respectful dialogue between Armenians-Azerbaijanis. Virtual (February 23, 2021).  

Palandjian, G. (September 30, 2020). Crossing borders through teachers’ memories and identities. Harvard Graduate School ofEducation REACH.

Brown, K. & Palandjian, G. Co-presentation and discussion of Akram Aylisli’s “Stone Dreams”. ASU Melikian Center Reading Group, Arizona. (September 24, 2020).

Data collection and fieldwork experiences from a critical educational ethnography. American University of Armenia, Graduate Students Research Methods Course. Yerevan, Armenia. (November 19, 2019).

Exploring the Armenian national identity through education: the role of maps and histories. Letters for Peace Summer 2019 Program, Yerevan, Armenia. (July 5, 2019).

Rethinking education policy: A Case Study of Peace Education Curricula in Armenia and Karabakh. Analysis & Research Planning for Armenia Program, Los Angeles, California, USA. (March 1, 2014).

Interactive Teaching Methods for International Ed Week. IREX Yerevan Annual International Education Week.  School Number 120, Yerevan Armenia.

Envisioning Seminar: envisioning possibilities for a constructive role for history education in the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process. George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia, USA. (May 14, 2012).