The Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS) is the foremost periodical of Armenology in the Western Hemisphere. The Journal publishes articles on diverse topics of Armenian Studies; in the fields of Armenian History, Religion, Philology, Literature, Art History, Archaeology, Genocide, and Diaspora Studies, without any chronological limitations. The Journal also accepts contributions on related fields addressing the history and culture of the Middle East. In particular, JSAS’s aim is to promote scholarship that foregrounds the significance of Armenian studies in questioning dominant historical and social narratives—both narrowly within the field and more broadly outside of it. JSAS accepts submissions in English, Armenian, French, Italian, and German. It does not publish opinion or policy papers.