2016 “The Freak Cabaret on the Revolution Stage: On the Ambivalent Politics of Femininity, Rurality, and Nationalism in Ukrainian Popular Music.” Journal of Popular Music Studies, 28.3, pp. 291-314. PDF.
2016 “Late Soviet Discourses of ‘Nature’ and the Natural: Musical Avtentyka, Native Faith and ‘Cultural Ecology’ after Chornobyl.” Current Directions in Ecomusicology (eds. Aaron S. Allen and Kevin Dawe). Forthcoming on Routledge. Co-authored with Adrian Ivakhiv. PDF on Academia.edu.
2015 “Chornobyl Songs Project: Living Culture from a Lost World.” Liner notes. Smithsonian Folkways, SFW CD 50420.
2010 “Three Perspectives on Ethnography from Ukraine: The Mysterious Tale of a Lost Hutsul Manuscript, Its Recovery, and the Dialogues that Ensued.” The Harriman Review, March issue. PDF.
2008 “No Other Home: The Crimean Tatar Repatriates.” Triple Canopy and Pressje (in Polish, 2009)
2008 “The Accordion and Ethnic Whiteness: Toward a New Critical Organology.” The World of Music 50.3, pp. 101-118. PDF.
2016 “Crimean Tatar Popular Music.” Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Europe, Vol. 11. London and New York: Continuum Books. Forthcoming.
Manuscripts in Submission
“Overhearing Indigenous Silence: Crimean Tatars During the Crimean War.” Chapter for edited volume titled Hearing Crimea: Sound in Nineteenth-Century Wartime, ed. Gavin Williams (under contract with Oxford University Press).
“Chornobyl Avtentyka: Archaic Aesthetics, Irradiated Folklore, and Emergent Forms of Sovereignty in Late Soviet Ukraine.” Chapter for edited volume titled Nuclear Music: Sonic Responses to War, Disaster, and Power, eds. Noriko Manabe and Jessica Schwartz (under contract with Oxford University Press).
“Radio Meydan: ‘Eastern’ Music and the Sovereign Imaginaries of Crimea.” Journal article.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Wild Music: Sovereign Imaginaries and Popular Music in Revolutionary Ukraine. Book manuscript.
“Sound and Sovereignty: Toward a Renewed Comparative Paradigm in Musicology.” Journal article.