Review of Nesrin Güllüdağ, Kırımçak Türkçesi Grameri ‘A Grammar of Krymchak Turkic’, Ankara: Gece Kitaplığı. 2014, 496 pages. ISBN 9786054942619.

Main Article Content

Dan Shapira

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

How to Cite
Shapira, D. (2014). Review of Nesrin Güllüdağ, Kırımçak Türkçesi Grameri ‘A Grammar of Krymchak Turkic’, Ankara: Gece Kitaplığı. 2014, 496 pages. ISBN 9786054942619. Karaite Archives, (2), 235–240. https://doi.org/10.14746/ka.2014.2.13
Section
Reviews
Author Biography

Dan Shapira, Bar-Ilan University

obtained his PhD in 2000 on Studies in Zoroastrian Exegesis: Zand (in English, two volumes) under the supervision of Prof. Shaul Shaked, HUJI; and since 2013 has had the post of full professor, at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies, and is the Feldman Professor of the History and Culture of Eastern European Jewry, Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.

References

  1. V.Ju. Černin, O pojavlenii étnonima ‘krymčak’ i ponjatija ‘krymčakskij jazyk’, Geografija i kul´tura étnografičeskix grupp tatar v SSSR. MFGO, 1 (Moscow 1983), pp. 93–104.
  2. Mykhailo Kyzylov, The Krymchaks: Survey of the History of the Community. In: Studies in Caucasian, Georgian, and Bukharan Jewry. Historical, Sociological and Cultural Aspects. ed. by Golda Akhiezer, Reuven Enoch, Sergei Weinstein, Ariel University, Institute for Research of Jewish Communities of the Caucasus and Central Asia, Ariel 2014, pp. 218–237, (in R ussian).
  3. А. Одабаш и И.С. Кая, Руководство для обучения крымско-татарскому языку, Симферополь, 1924 (in Arabic script).
  4. M.S. Polinsky, The Krymchaks: History and Texts, Ural-Altaische Jahrbücher 63 (1991), pp. 123–154.
  5. M.S. Polinsky, Crimean Tatar and Krymchak, classification and description, The Non-Slavic Languages of the USSR (Chicago 1992), pp. 157–188).
  6. Dan Shapira, Some Notes on the History of the Crimean Jewry from the Ancient Times Until the End of the 19th Century, With Emphasis on the Qrımçaq Jews in the First Half of the 19th Century, Jews and Slavs 19 (2007), ed. by W. Moskovich and L. Finberg, Jerusalem–Kyiv: Hebrew University; [Ukrainian] Institute of Jewish Studies, 2007, pp. 65–92).