The ICC Web Site includes scholarly articles, dissertation abstracts, reviews and bibliographies relating to Crimean Tatars:
- Crimean Karaites and Krymchacks as Indigenous People of Crimea by Borys Babin and Anna Prykhodko
- The Crimean Tatars as Victims of Communism by Greta Uehling (2015)
- Stalin's Order to Deport Crimean Tatars Was Based on False Reports by Inci A. Bowman (2010)
- The False Charges of Treason against the Crimean Tatars by J. Otto Pohl (2010)
- Crimean Tatar Embroidery by Inci A. Bowman (2010)
- The Past as Prologue? by Timur Kocaoglu (2009)
- Dissertation Abstract: Idil P. Izmirli. Autonomy or Integration? The Dynamics and Security Implications of Crimean Tatar Return in Post-Soviet Ukraine. Ph.D. Dissertation, The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, Arlington, VA, 2008.
- Islamic Organizations and Challenges in Crimea: An Interview with Dr. Alexander Bogomolov (2008) by Laryssa Chomiak
- Book Notice: Kırım'dan Kalan Miras: Hansaray by Nicole Kançal-Ferrari (2005)
- On the Revival of the Crimean Tatar Language: An Interview with Adile Emirova by Inci Bowman
- Dissertation Abstract: Nicole Kançal-Ferrari. Bahçesaray'daki Hansaray'ın Yerleşim Düzeni ve Mimarisi [Architecture and Spacial Arrangement of the Palace of Khans in Bahçesaray]. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Art History, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Istanbul, Turkey, 2004. [In Turkish].
- Dissertation Abstract: Mara Veronica Kozelsky. Christianizing Crimea: Church Scholarship, "Russian Athos," and Religious Patriotism of the Crimean War. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of History, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 2004.
- Dissertation Abstract: J. Otto Pohl. Shallow Roots: The Exile Experiences of Russian-Germans, Crimean Tatars and Meskhetian Turks in Comparative Perspective. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of London, 2004.
- A Book that Reflects the Tragic Episodes in the History of Our Nation: An Interview with Gulnara Bekirova
- Dissertation Abstract: Giray Saynur Bozkurt. The Search for National Identity Among the Muslims of Russia in the years 1905-1907, According to the Newspaper Tercüman. Ph.D. Dissertation, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2003.
- Crimean Tatars by Vladimir Polyakov, 2003
- Turko-Ukrainian Relations and the Crimean Tatars by Hakan Kirimli.
- Institutional Development of the Crimean Tatar National Movement
by Kurtmolla Abdulganiyev.
- Source Materials Related to Twentieth-Century Crimean Tatar Emigrations
by Mubeyyin B. Altan
- Problem of Crimean Tatar Emigrations in the Russian Historical Literature, 1800-1930 by Gulnara Bekirova
- "Indigenous Status" for the Crimean Tatars in Ukraine: A History of a Political Debate by Natalya Belitser
- Crimean Tatar-Russian as a Reflection of Crimean Tatar National Identity
by Mica J. Hall
- Crimean Tatars and Noghais in Turkey
by Henryk Jankowski
- Crimean Turk-Tatars: Crimean Tatar Diaspora Nationalism in Turkey by Filiz Tutku Aydin
- Crimean Tatars and the Ukrainian State by Oxana Shevel
- The Crimean Tatars by Greta L. Uehling
- Dissertation Review: Greta Uehling. Having a Homeland: Recalling the Deportation, Exile, and Repatriation of the Crimean Tatars to their Historic Homeland. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 2000.
- e-Tatars: Virtual Community of the Crimean Tatar Diaspora
by Kemal Altintas, Fevzi Alimoglu, Mubeyyin B. Altan, Kursat Cagiltay, and Kemal Seitveliev
- Crimean Tatar National Movement and the American Diaspora
by Mübeyyin B. Altan
Preface by Refat Chubarov
The Deportation and Fate of the Crimean Tatars
by J. Otto Pohl
- The Constitutional Process in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea
in the Context of Interethnic Relations and Conflict Settlement
by Natalya Belitser
A New Bibliography of Crimean Tatar History and Literature
by Mübeyyin B. Altan
Türkiye ve Dünyada Kirim ile Ilgili Bilimsel ve Aktüel Çalismalar
[Scholarly and Current Studies on Crimea in Turkey and the
by Giray Saynur Altug
Updated: August 2020
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