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Slavic Reference Dec 14
Undergraduates in area studies may be interested in this upcoming opportunity with the Carnegie Foundation!
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Slavic Reference Dec 12
We're excited to share yet another research guide. Check out our guide to Bashkortostan for information on Bashkir libraries and e-resources!
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Slavic Reference Dec 11
Check out this article about IAS GA, Laura Rocco and Elise Feltman's research on international students in the library. They are the recipients of the Robert Howerton Graduate Student Research Award from the University Library. Congrats Laura and Elise!
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Slavic Reference Dec 11
Exciting new project that includes both interviews and a bibliography about the role of women in anti-Communist dissent in Czechoslovakia! 👏
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Slavic Reference Dec 10
If you didn't hear the news at , we're hosting Collections, Services, & Dissertation Research Workshop for doctoral students on February 28! Register for this online event here -
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Slavic Reference Dec 7
Happy Friday! Did you know that Europeana is working on a collaborative translation of the "Nature of Turkestan"? Read more about the history of this unpublished manuscript and the project here -
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Slavic Reference Dec 5
Check out our recently published guide of the Chuvash Republic to learn about Chuvash libraries, archives, and e-resources!
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Slavic Reference Dec 3
We are happy to announce that SRS will again host an Interlibrary Loan Workshop this spring. This year’s workshop will feature guest speakers from the National Library of Finland, Library of Congress, and British Library. Save the date and register here -
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Slavic Reference Nov 29
Interesting article by our LOC colleagues about the history of one of Poland's most celebrated poems , "Pan Tadeusz” which when published referred to what we know as Poland as Lithuania.
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Slavic Reference Nov 28
Interesting find here in our own university archives!
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Slavic Reference Nov 26
Interested in using Russian diaries for your research? has made it easy to search over 140,000 digitized diary entries from the 18th to 21st century -
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Slavic Reference Nov 20
This Thanksgiving, we're for bibliographies! And we wanted to share one our newest find, the Bibliography of Ivo Andrić . Published in 2011, this extensive multilingual source includes author and subject indexes. Users can access it directly at .
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Slavic Reference Nov 19
Have you taken advantage of the electronic library of the State Public Library of Russia yet? Their collections include countless periodicals, including Russian newspapers published abroad.
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Slavic Reference Nov 16
If you're not planning on attending our Summer Research Lab, you should think about this opportunity to learn Kazakh, Tajik, Uyghur or Uzbek!
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Slavic Reference Nov 15
We're excited about this opportunity to support undergraduates who are interested in Slavic and/or area studies! If you would like more information about the newly announced IAS Research Certificate visit -
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Slavic Reference Nov 15
Happy ! While we have an abundance of Russian philosophy resources in our physical collections, we wanted to share with you Arazmuz Academy, a site for lectures and articles related to philosophy, history, literature and art -
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Slavic Reference Nov 14
We're excited for ! Are you?
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Slavic Reference Nov 14
Weren't able to make our Archives of Ukraine lecture last week? Check out our blog post that includes a short resource guide on the subject here:
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Slavic Reference Nov 12
Yesterday was , marking the end of WWI on 11th hour of the 11th month of the 11th year. To mark the 100 year anniversary, Europeana has compiled digital collections about the Great War including this one about the Eastern Front-
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Slavic Reference Nov 8
Replying to @profaks
We would be happy to help! Just send us an email at srscite@library.illinois.edu with any additional info you might have, like the original entry 😀
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