Kurds and Pre-Islamic Era
- John Limbert (1968): The Origins of the Kurds in Pre-Islamic Iran. Iranian Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 41-51.n (pdf)
Articles by Hamma Mirwaisi
- Iran and the Spirit of the Airyanem Vaejah Nation .
- Iran and Iranian: Queen Vashti the Kurdish girl from Median Empire
- Baloch & Kurdish people in Iran are the foundations for the Airyanem (Iranian) nation Union
- Kurdistan will be the second home for Jews after Israel - see article by Jerusalem Post regarding Hamma Mirwaisi
- -كرد یا كردها-احسان هوشمند- (pdf) [Kurd or Kurds - article by Kurdish researcher Ehsan Hooshmand]
- Kurdish Heritage Reclaimed - in Smithsonian Magazine (June 2010 edition)
- -،شرف خان ابن شمس الدین بدلیسی-شرفنامه-Sharafname by Prince Sharaf Khan Ibn Shams e Din Betlisi
Kurds and Dailamities
- The Dailamites of Northern Persia
- An overview of the Dailamites - by the Shahrbaraz Blog (in Persian)
Articles by Pierre Oberling
- Linguistic Similarities between Old Persian, Hawraman, Sorani Kurdish and Old Persian
- Paul, Ludwig, The Position of Zazaki among West Iranian Languages, University of Hamburg, pp. 163-177, 1988 (pdf).
- MtDNA and Y-chromosome Variation in Kurdish Groups. Research study by Ivan Nasidze, Dominique Quinque, Murat Ozturk, Nina Bendukidze & Mark Stoneking published in Annals of Human Genetics (2005) 69,401-412. (pdf).
Research Paradigms for Studying the Kurds
- Professor Garnik Asatrian (Yerevan University) (2009). Prolegomena to the study of the kurds (pdf). Published in 2009, Iran and the Caucasus, 13, pp.1-58.
- The Kamkaran
- Greek and Iranic (Perso-Kurdish) musical Tradition: Musical piece by Ardeshir Kamkar, Mathaios Tsahouridis and Hussein Zahawi of the classical Sassanian (now Kurdish and Persian style) with Greco-Byzantine style . They produced a CD album called “From Pontos to Persia” – “Απο τον Πόντο στην Περσία” released in 2003.
- Kuwat Music Site
Nowruz in Kurdistan and Kurdish Folklore
- Professor Kreyenbroek The Kurdish Romance Mem E Alan
- BBC Report (March 20, 2010): Nowruz Festival in iraqi Kurdistan