Charles J. Halperin and Coming to Terms with Ivan the Terrible
Halperin, C. J. Ivan the Terrible: Free to Reward and Free to Punish. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019
Brian J. Boeck. The Lady Vanishes: The Death of Anastasiia and Ivan's Regression to Ancestral Evil
Sergei Bogatyrev. Ivan the Terrible and Philip the Prudent
Paul Bushkovitch. The Trojan War at the Court of Ivan the Terrible
David Goldfrank. Halperin's Heraclean Feat: Navigating the "Reliable Sources" Challenge en route to Crafting a Book "for all Seasons" and Modifying the "Renaissance Prince" Paradigm
A. M. Kleimola. "S" is for "Seriously?" The Staritskii Plots as "Disorienting Defense"
Mikhail Korm, Ivan the Terrible and Historians Testing the Limits of a Sixteenth-Century Biography
Janet Martin. Pressure Cookers, Safety Valves and Mass Terror during the Oprichnina
Donald Ostrowski, Ransoming Russians from Tatars: Justification and Practice
Maureen Perrie. The Oprichnina as a Carnival of Violence: Ivan the Terrible and Muscovite Popular Culture
Jennifer B. Spock. Four Birds, One Stone: Teaching History, Teaching Ivan the Terrible, Teaching Muscovy. Remarks Pertaining to the Pedagogical Uses of Charles J. Halperin's Ivan the Terrible.
Charles J. Halperin, A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma: Ivan the Terrible
Charles J. Halperin, Bibliography