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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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Dr. Laura Dean Jul 31
Calling all regional security scholars in the Baltic Sea Region, here is an online conference for you!
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Эрмитаж / Hermitage Jul 31
Друзья! Не забудьте посмотреть прямой эфир с Викторией Петровой ФАБЕРЖЕ И РУССКИЕ ЮВЕЛИРЫ XIX-XX ВЕКА. Ветка красной смородины Россия, начало XX в. Фирма Карла Фаберже; Мастерская Г. Вигстрёма золото, нефрит,…
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Slavic Reference Jul 31
We are currently seeking presenters for our forum. If you are conducting research on Regional Security in the Baltics, we want to hear from you. Indicate your interest in presenting on the registration form: All abstracts are due by Friday, September 11.
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Slavic Reference Jul 29
The Hoover Institution’s Library and Archives has a great selection of Digital Collections available on their website. Here is a 1950 poster from their Propaganda & Psychological Warfare collection. "Soviet radio faithfully serves the cause of peace!”
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Slavic Reference Jul 28
“Military Order of Lenin and the Red Banner School named for M. V. Frunze” This Red Army training poster is a part of the Library of the Russian Geographical Society. The RGO database digitally stores thousands of resources from Soviet and modern times.
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Slavic Reference Jul 27
Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania is a national cultural institution open to all users, active in the areas of dissemination of information, culture, science and education. Access the Database of their National Bibliography here:
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Slavic Reference Jul 24
The Library of Congress's Open House Collection provides public access documents from the War Archives of Hungary, Poland, and Romania. Explore this archive at
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The People's Forum Jul 21
A lecture and discussion on writer and revolutionary by professor Wednesday July 22nd 6:30PM 🌹 What can we learn from Kollontai? 🌹What does it mean to build working-class feminism today? RSVP here
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Soviet Visuals Jul 23
Cockroach Tea Party. Excerpt from "Fedora's grief" Soviet animation film, 1974
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Slavic Reference Jul 22
Rabotnitsa is a socio-political and literary-art magazine for women in the USSR and Russia. The first issue was released in 1914, and they continue to cover the women’s socialist movement. Their archive is available here:
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Slavic Reference Jul 14
A multi-institutional effort to digitize Arabic, Persian and Turkic manuscripts and old printed books in Russian collections. Check out this portal!
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Slavic Reference Jul 9
Newspapers from the Russian Revolutionary Era microform collection - this collection contains holdings of 100 different Russian newspapers from Columbia University’s Herbert Lehman Library and other sources. Check out the collection guide here:
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Slavic Reference Jul 8
Our database, The Russian Empire and Soviet Union: A Guide to Manuscripts and Archival Materials in the United States lists materials that relate to the Russian Empire, former Soviet Union, and the many distinct nationalities that were once part of it.
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Slavic Reference Jul 7
This collection contains significant new material relating to many aspects of Joseph Stalin’s political life: his personal biography, his work in government, and his conduct of foreign affairs. Available via Eastview database.
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Slavic Reference Jul 6
Social Movements, Elections, and Ephemera is a collection of databases with materials from the Presidential and Parliamentary elections within the last 5-7 years from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Russia, South Ossetia, Tajikistan, and Ukraine.
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Музеи Кремля Jul 5
Ждём от вас интересные лунные кадры. Спокойной ночи! The Moon over the Moscow Kremlin. We are waiting for beautiful moon pictures from you. Goodnight!
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Slavic Reference Jul 2
The Central and Eastern European Online Library is an online archive which provides access to articles from 1069 humanities and social science journals, ebooks and re-digitized documents pertaining to Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European topics.
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Slavic Reference Jul 1
Hrčak is a portal that links to various open access Croatian scientific and professional journals. Find it here:
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Slavic Reference Jun 30
Proletarec was a Chicago-based newspaper for Slovene workers in the US published from 1906 to 1952. Some of the issues are available here: Check out the Library of Congress's Chronicling America collection for more historic newspapers.
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Slavic Reference Jun 29
Russian Presidential Election Posters 1995-1996 is just one amazing collection in our University Archives. Learn about this collection and much more here:
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