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Slavic Reference Oct 11
Join us tomorrow for the International Student Research Connection! Register here to participate -
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Slavic Reference Oct 10
Today is the last day to register for our Digitization in Baltic Studies Workshop happening tomorrow! The workshop will feature experts from Stanford University, the National Library of Lithuania, and the Library of Congress. Register here -
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Slavic Reference Oct 9
Check out the new display at the University Library featuring sources about WWI. This year marks the 100 year anniversary of the end of the first World War.
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ASEEES Oct 8
There is still time to sign up for SRS' "Digitization in Baltic Studies" Online Workshop , on Oct 11at 10a (CST) In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Baltic States, participants will learn how Baltic collections are accessed through web technologies
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Slavic Reference Oct 8
We recently discovered an excellent resource for information related to Russian emigre artists and architects. contains both biographical and bibliographic information about Russian emigre artists as well as archival holdings!
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IL International Oct 4
TODAY @ 4:30 p.m. - Join for a reading and book signing with Dubravka Ugrešić at the Author's Corner (2nd Floor, Illini Union Bookstore).
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Slavic Reference Oct 3
We are excited to announce that experts from the Library of Congress's European Reading Room and Chronicling America project will be joining us for upcoming workshop on Baltic Studies, Check out the project here and remember to register for the workshop!
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Slavic Reference Oct 2
Check out BBC's coverage of the forgotten soldier, Flora Sandes, and her story on the forgotten front of WWI in northern Greece as part of the Serbian army.
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Slavic Reference Oct 1
The Abkhaz Online Library is an excellent resource for bibliographies of works related to Abkhazia and by Abkhazian authors. For all thing Abkhazia check out -
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Slavic Reference Sep 28
Did you know that Sunday is International Translation Day? UNESCO's Index Translationum is free database of bibliographic information for translated materials. Users can search by author, language, title and more!
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Slavic Reference Sep 26
In honor of we wanted to highlight some of the infamous banned books from the Soviet era. Books by Solzhenitsyn, Hrabal, Bulgakov, Kadare, and more are available at the University Library!
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Slavic Reference Sep 26
You may know that the National Library of Finland's Fenno-Ugrica collection is an excellent resource for digital materials in Uralic languages, but did you know it also has specialized language collections for Saami, Romani, Yiddish, Livonian, and Komi?
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Slavic Reference Sep 25
April 4, 1868 - "My dear angel, Nyuta, lost everything as soon as I arrived... what can I say to you now my heavenly angel whom I so torment." Listen to first installment of our Dostoevsky letter readings now -
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Slavic Reference Sep 25
Remember to register for our upcoming workshop on digitization & Baltic Studies -
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Slavic Reference Sep 24
The National Library of Israel's Historical Jewish Press collection contains digital versions of newspapers from Russia, Poland, Romania, and the former Ottoman Empire. The full collection can be explored by both geographic location and language -
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Slavic Reference Sep 20
October 24, 1924 - "Russia's Experience with False Prophets"
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East View Info Svcs Sep 19
Russia’s oldest newspaper published in English — the Moscow News — is now available as a digital archive from East View. Moscow News (1930-2014) Soviet and Russian History, in English. For more info please follow the link
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Slavic Reference Sep 19
Looking for archival resources in Russia? A new integrated catalog allows you to search 13 federal archives as well as 2,234 state and municipal archives from the Russian Federation-
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Slavic Reference Sep 17
For our patrons that love our full text access to Pravda and Isvestiia, we are excited to let you know that Eastview has added 11 new titles to their digital archives! Check them out here:
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Slavic Reference Sep 14
Thanks for hosting us today! We're always happy to REES scholars at every step of the research process.
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