e-SAS (Entries of the Society for Armenian Studies) is an open access, peer-reviewed platform for the publication of short, scholarly pieces pertaining to Armenian Studies. In line with its name, Entries, e-SAS aims to provide “entry points”—for both the international academic community, as well as the general public—into Armenian-related topics and issues concerning material and visual culture, politics, history, literature, art, archeology, etc. As such, we conceive of  Armenian Studies as broadly as possible—as a dynamic, interdisciplinary field that links various geographic areas, peoples, languages and chronologies. To advance this inclusive and expansive vision of Armenian Studies, and to encourage a wide range of contributions, e-SAS’s Editorial Board is comprised of early-career scholars working in a variety of disciplines.