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REEEC Aug 8
Julia Leikin: Eighteen Greeks and One Armenian
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Slavic Reference Aug 17
You're too kind! We are happy to help any time 😀
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Slavic Reference Aug 16
Starting to plan for the Fall semester? Seventeen Moments in Soviet History is an excellent tool for introducing students to Soviet history. This digital archive contains primary source material related to politics, society, culture and economics -
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Slavic Reference Aug 7
Day 7/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! We would love to see your collections !
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Slavic Reference Aug 6
Day 6/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Are you interested ?
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Slavic Reference Aug 5
Day 5/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! we want to see what you're up to this weekend!
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Slavic Reference Aug 4
Day 4/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! What are you up to ?
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Slavic Reference Aug 3
Day 3/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Hi, ! 😀
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Day 2/7: 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! We would love to see what you have to share@UIarchives!
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Slavic Reference Aug 1
Awesome opportunity to attend !
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Slavic Reference Aug 1
Day 1/7: We're up for the challenge ! 7 days, 7 B&W photos of . No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! What about you, ?
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Slavic Reference Jul 25
The Czech Academy of Sciences' Institute of Contemporary History (USD) created a website remember the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Prague Spring. The site includes documents, articles, photos, and additional resources from and about this period.
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Slavic Reference Jul 23
We are happy to announce that we recently signed a service agreement with American University of Central Asia! We will be partnering with to provide individualized library services to exchange students!
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Slavic Reference Jul 17
One of our smallest books in our reference collection just happens to be about one of Russia's most widely cited authors. You can use this tiny Alexander Pushkin bibliography and our standard-size reference works in the International and Area Studies Library!
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Slavic Reference Jul 12
We're halfway through our Summer Research Lab and happy to have helped so many patrons already! If you can't make it to Illinois, you still use our research services like email reference and our online research guides.
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Blue Crow Media Jun 21
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REEEC Jul 3
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures Lecture: Katherine Bowers, “Terrible, Mysterious, and Fantastic Stories: Gothic Frames in Realist Fiction”
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REEEC Jun 27
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The YIVO Institute Jun 28
Listen to field recordings, lectures, and more at YIVO's newest online exhibition.
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Slavic Reference Jun 27
Check out this awesome resource created by a fellow REEES scholar for the University of Toronto Library! Soviet Samizdat Periodicals is a database of information about editions of classic Soviet samizdat, 1956-1986.
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