The Crimean Scientific Center of Sh.Marjani Institute of History of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences

Presents to your attention the scientific periodical “Crimean Historical Review”.

The journal deals with scientific research works devoted to the history of the peninsula from the ancient times and up to the present days, to historical-cultural heritage of the Crimean Tatars and other peoples of the Crimea.

The journal was maintained by the Decision of the Scientific Board of Sh.Marjani Institute of History of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences from April 28, 2014.

The preparation and publication of the Journal is carried out within the framework of the State Program of the Republic of Tatarstan “Preservation of the National Identity of the Tatar People (2020–2023)”

The main goal of the issue is to unify the efforts of the world and native science in decision of actual research problems connected with archeology, source study, history and culture of the Crimea.

Themes of the Journal Consist of the Following Headings

History and the present days
Literature and the language
Heritage
Culture
New issues, recensions, references
Chronicles

The articles of the theoretical, scientific-research characters in Russian (with annotation in English) and in English languages will be taken for the publications.

 2021. no 2. Elviz Osmanov  Statistical information on the socio-economic development of Bakhchisarai at the end of the 18th – beginning of the 20th centuries. pp. 8-19

 2021. no 2. Elmira Abibullaeva  Reasons that influenced the closure of the journal «Alem-i nisvan» («Women’s World») (On the 170th anniversary of the birth of Ismail Gasprinsky). C. 97-114

 2021. no 2. Nadir Bekirov, Farit Shakurov  The influence of the natural and geographical specifics of Crimea on the formation of some characteristic features of traditional Crimean culture: matrix of interaction between “Local” and “Alien” ethnic groups on the peninsula. pp. 115-133

 2021. no 2. Ismet Zaatov  Ethnocultural basis of the formation process of the Crimean Tatar art culture and decorative and applied art (part one). C. 134-170