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ASEEES Jun 21
CESS 2018 Registration now open! CESS 2018 Annual Conference will be held at the University of Pittsburgh. Register before August 31st to take advantage of the discounted "early bird" fee rates! to register.
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Slavic Reference Jun 21
Summer Lab Patron Spotlight - Meet Zach, a visiting scholar from the University of Wisconsin! During his visit, Zach was able to use our historic newspaper and journal collections for his dissertation research on the ten year anniversary of the October revolution in poetry.
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Slavic Reference Jun 20
The Summer Research Lab turns 45 this year! We are excited to keep this event live and strong with a another wonderful group of researchers this summer.
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Slavic Reference Jun 13
As we kick off another year of the Summer Research Lab, we wanted on the legacy of this Illinois tradition. Here is a wonderful article about Ralph Fisher, the founding of and the lab.
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Slavic Reference Jun 11
Today official marks the first day of our Summer Research Lab. Founded in 1973, we are excited to host Russian, East European, and Eurasian scholars for a 45th year!
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Slavic Reference Jun 6
In honor of Pushkin's birthday, we wanted to share one of our favorite Pushkin resources! Puskinskii Kabinet contains a vast online reference collection about Pushkin's life and writings.
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Stanford Libraries May 22
The 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University: The 100th Anniversary of Baltic Independence is coming up soon! Check out all of the events:
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Slavic Reference Jun 1
Looking for summer reading? Try the 2018 Shortlist for the Pushkin House Russian Book Prize!
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Slavic Reference May 18
The Hoover Library & Archives has digitized a large part of their Radio Free Europe Collection. These sound recordings include Russian, East European, and Eurasian radio broadcasts from the 1950's to 2006.
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Slavic Reference May 16
Did you know that the produces a podcast with expert interviews on Russia and Eurasia? Listen to all five episodes here!
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Slavic Reference May 14
A very informative op-ed in the Baltimore Sun this weekend from a REEES scholar:
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Slavic Reference May 13
KTIV is a National Library of Israel project that has made over 55,000 digitized Hebrew manuscripts available to the public. The online collection now includes materials from Belarus, Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Russia.
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Slavic Reference May 11
The National Library of Israel's Historical Jewish Press Collection provides digital access to over 160 Jewish newspapers. The collection includes newspapers published in Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Russia.
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IAS Library May 9
Our IAS librarians travel the world to buy materials and establish connections; learn more about their trips in our new display, which will be up in the IAS library all summer!
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Slavic Reference May 10
"Today, a third of the world’s languages have fewer than 1,000 speakers left."
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Slavic Reference May 9
In a collaboration with Lithuanian institutions, the YIVO institute is working to digitize their prewar collection held at their original library in Vilnius. Access the collections and learn more about this fascinating project here:
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Slavic Reference May 7
Attention: UIUC Graduate Students Share your experience working with subject librarians and faculty advisers & earn a $30 gift certificate.
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KU CREES Apr 21
From the Lithuanian designer Lukas Valiauga, a new mobile phone game that transforms Tetris’ iconic blocks into socialist-era apartment buildings.
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Slavic Reference May 7
The New York Public Library has digitized a fantastic collection of materials from the Dorot Jewish Division's Yiddish Theater Collection. Materials include programs, posters, and manuscripts.
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Slavic Reference May 4
The YIVO Institute has created an online version of their Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe. This digital resource includes maps, digitized photos, documents, and more.
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