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Slavic Reference Service at the University of Illinois, research assistance for Russian, East, European and Eurasian studies since 1975.
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Slavic Reference May 17
Take a look at this database Erika Weir and Steve Grant have made for finding manuscripts and archival materials from the Russian Empire and Soviet Union in the United States. Collections are sorted by state with brief descriptions and contact information.
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Slavic Reference May 14
Interested in Polish Literature? Check out the VIrtual Library of Polish Literature. Offered by the University of Gdansk, the collection includes biographical information of Polish authors and poets, as well as full text access of their works.
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Slavic Reference May 10
The Hungarian Electronic Library is also responsible for the Electronic Periodicals Archive & Database - an initiative that offers a searchable database of metadata, access information, and occasionally digital scans of Hungarian journals. Browse it here
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Slavic Reference May 10
The Hungarian Electronic Library offers a breathtaking digital depository of Hungarian materials covering culture, arts, and literature. Browse the collection for full text access to an array of materials ranging from tarot cards to the sport of bowling.
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Slavic Reference May 9
Check out this fascinating first hand account of researching in the Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History!
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Slavic Reference May 3
BiblioPera is a collaboration between 9 different institutions, promoting materials from Turkey for research in the humanities. Check out their digital collections page for access to archival documents, photographs, maps, drawings, manuscripts, and more!
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Slavic Reference May 2
The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) at NYU just release a new digital library project focused on the history and archaeology of Central Asia! You can explore the collection which consists of over 900 scholarly publications here -
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Slavic Reference Apr 30
Check out this project, "The Book of Belarus," which offers digital access to full texts of documents from the National Library of Belarus. Dating from the XIV - XVII centuries, these documents cover topics of territory, linguistics, authorship, and more!
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Slavic Reference Apr 29
As we approach the end of the semester, research papers, and presentations, remember that the SRS is here to help! Patrons from any university or institution can schedule a research consultation, email us questions, or use our online guides.
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Slavic Reference Apr 26
in 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident happened. Over 30 years later, clean up efforts are still underway. Explore the University of Washington Chernobyl digital collection here -
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Slavic Reference Apr 25
"Knjiženstvo: Theory and History of Women's Writing in Serbian until 1915" provides extensive information about Serbian women authors from the Middle Ages to 1915. The database contains short biographies, bibliographies, links to digitized texts and more.
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Harriman Institute Apr 23
Happy Birthday, Chekhov! Join NYC's longest-running annual celebration with Mai Khoi , Valorie Curry , and Sam Underwood :
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Slavic Reference Apr 23
Looking to celebrate with a global perspective? A documentary screening and discussion of "Climate Refugees" will take place tonight at the University YMCA -
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Slavic Reference Apr 22
The Kalmyk culture of the Russian Federation has been designated as endangered by UNESCO. A recent project aims to build a comprehensive video/audio database of this unique culture. Explore the Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Documentation Project here -
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IAS Library Apr 22
Today is ! Check out these resources from the :
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Slavic Reference Apr 18
A project is currently in progress to digitize the entire run of the samizdat periodical, "A Chronicle of Current Events" in its English translation. Access the digital archive here -
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Slavic Reference Apr 17
Here at SRS, we get pretty excited about reference sources and we just found a great one for all of our medievalists! A Bibliography of Works on Medieval Communication provides sources by subject including language, social groups, and more -
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Illinois Press Apr 17
The '50s Soviet teams lacked proper equipment or an ice rink yet became an colossus thru... tireless exercise. Go on a brutally aerobic mushroom hunt with USSR coach Anatoli Tarasov in the epic HOCKEY: A GLOBAL HISTORY
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ASEEES Apr 16
New ASEEES blog highlights work done by Prozhito Web Archive of Diaries ()
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Slavic Reference Apr 16
Did Mosfilm spark your interest in Russian films? Check out the State Film Fund of the Russian Federation. This project works to digitize and preserve analog Russian film, and promotes services for the development of Russian cinema.
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