2019 Wild Music: Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine. Music/Culture Series. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.
Refereed Journal Articles
2019 “Listening for Dissensus.” Colloquy on Sound and Protest at the Women’s March on Washington, Music & Politics. 13.1 (Winter 2019), pp. 1-7.
2019 “Radio Meydan: ‘Eastern’ Music and the Liminal Sovereign Imaginaries of Crimea.” Public Culture, 31.1, pp. 93-116.
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.
2008 “The Accordion and Ethnic Whiteness: Toward a New Critical Organology.” The World of Music 50.3, pp. 101-118.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
2018 “Overhearing Indigenous Silence: Crimean Tatars During the Crimean War.” Hearing the Crimean War: Wartime Sound and the Unmaking of Sense, ed. Gavin Williams. London and New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 88-104.
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). London and New York: Routledge, pp. 135-146. Co-authored with Adrian Ivakhiv.
2017 “Crimean Tatar Popular Music.” The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Europe, Vol. 11 (eds. Paolo Prato and David Horn). London and New York: Continuum Books.
Multimedia and Digital Scholarship
2019 “Vocal Anguish, Disinformation, and the Politics of Eurovision 2016.” Guest blog post for Sounding Out! Published online on May 13.
2015 “Chornobyl Songs Project: Living Culture from a Lost World.” Liner notes. Smithsonian Folkways, SFW CD 50420.
2008 “No Other Home: The Crimean Tatar Repatriates.” Triple Canopy and Pressje (in Polish, 2009). <https://www.canopycanopycanopy.com/contents/no_other_home>.
2016 “Carpathian Mountains, Hutsul Region, Ukraine.” The Ethnomusicologists’ Cookbook, Vol. 2 (ed. Sean Williams). London and New York: Routledge, pp. 174-178.
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), pp.15-20.