Farid Shafiyev holds a PhD from Carleton University and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He lives in Prague.
"An intelligent, original, and well-researched account of
population movements in the lands encompassed by Armenia and
Azerbaijan in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Shafiyev
combines dispassionate analysis with clarity of writing to make a
rare and valuable contribution to scholarship." Michael Reynolds,
"Resettling the Borderlands offers an important perspective on a fascinating and little-studied topic that is intrinsically connected to the ideologies, strategic visions, and economic, political, and religious policies in the Russian empire." Michael Khodarkovsky, Loyola University Chicago
"This well researched study has an extensive bibliography and will be an invaluable resource for students and researchers interested in the South Caucasus and in ethnic conflict. Highly recommended." CHOICE