In January 2021, Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky published an article "Becoming Armenian: Religious Conversions in the Late Imperial South Caucasus" in Comparative Studies in Society and History. The article examines the migration and religious conversions of Sunni and Shi'a Muslims, Assyrians, Yazidis, and Jews to Armenian Christianity on Russia's mountainous southern border with the Ottoman Empire and Iran. It builds on his archival research in Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. The article is open access, thanks to UC Libraries. Click here to access it.