A scientific seminar on "Karabakh literary environment" was held
Apr 28, 2022 | 12:00

On April 27, 2022, a scientific seminar on "Karabakh literary environment" was held by Sheki Regional Scientific Center of ANAS for the "Year of Shusha 2022" in the central library of Sheki CLS named after I.S.  Nakam. The event is an integral part of the proposals on the "Action Plan" prepared by the Sheki RSC of ANAS in connection with the implementation of the Order No. 3096 of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev dated January 15, 2022 on declaring 2022 "Year of Shusha" in the Republic of Azerbaijan. Employees of “Folklore and Folk Arts”, “Historical Heritage and Ethnography”, “Public Relations” departments of Sheki RSC, as well as the central library named after I.S. Nakam, “Azerbaijani language and literature teaching” specialty of Sheki branch of ADPU and Students of Sheki Regional College participated at the seminar. Opening the event, the head of the "Service and subscription" department of the Central Library of Sheki CLS named after I.S. Nakam,  D.Sh. Yagubova thanked the leadership of Sheki RSC for organizing the scientific seminar in their institution and wished success to the event. Then the head of the department of "Folklore and Folk Arts" I.A. Yusifova thanked the leadership of the Sheki CLS for the favorable condition and spoke about the activities carried out in Sheki RSC on the "Year of Shusha" by the order of the President. Leading researcher of the department "Folklore and Folk Arts", Doctor of Philosophy in Philology, Associate Professor K.F. Adishirinov made a comprehensive and informative report on "Karabakh literary environment." Numerous questions raised around Adishirinov's report were answered. R.R. Hasanov, the head of the "Historical Heritage and Ethnography" department of the Sheki RSC, made a speech on "Historical monuments of Karabakh and Armenian vandalism" with interest. H.Khalilov, an employee of this department, shared new information about the art of manuscripts in Azerbaijan, authors of 19th century Karabakh manuscripts, including the famous 19th century bibliophile and Sharia scholar Abdulgani Nukhavi Khalisagarizade.