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Slavic Reference Mar 22
Missed our presentation? Don't worry we will be covering more of our ILL strategies in our workshop next Friday! Sign up here for the online workshop that will also feature guest speakers -
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Slavic Reference Mar 20
Thank you for hosting us for ! It was great to speak with so many ILL librarians about their work with foreign language materials!
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Slavic Reference Mar 20
The National Library of the Czech Republic and Webarchiv work together to preserve Czech digital cultural heritage, focusing on born-digital documents, for future research and registration in the national bibliography. View the project's collections here:
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Slavic Reference Mar 18
New York Public Radio Archive has compiled just under 100 broadcasts from Radio Moscow. Aired on WNYC in the mid 1960’s, broadcasts include interesting titles such as “Vladimir Lenin’s Crusade for Literacy” and “The Man Who Swam in Space.” Listen here.
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Slavic Reference Mar 15
The International Children's Digital Library provides a wonderful digital library of international resources. Check out this award winning, Serbian children's book The Adventurer!
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Slavic Reference Mar 14
Searching for newspapers in Europe? Try this fantastic tool from Europeana
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Slavic Reference Mar 14
It's not too late to sign up for our upcoming ILL workshop! This year's workshop will feature presenters from the National Library of Finland, National library of Medicine, and British Library. Sign up here -
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UT CREEES Mar 12
CREEES has its own podcast! Download some episodes here: then follow them @slavxradio on FB and Instagram or subscribe to their youtube channel!
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Slavic Reference Mar 12
Even though has passed, we still want to celebrate the amazing story of Romanian scientist, Elisa Leonida Zamfirescu. Explore the collection to learn about her path to engineering.
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Slavic Reference Mar 12
Interested in Siberian Studies? The Siberian Collaborative Research Network has created a wonderful guide to resources for the subject area that includes digital archives, publications, and more!
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IAS Library Mar 11
Join us tomorrow from 3-4:30 pm for "First Ice: Antarctic Discovery Voyages and Their Legacy," a presentation by Dr. Gillen D'Arcy Wood of the Department of English:
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Slavic Reference Mar 8
Happy ! Join us for a celebration today, from 2-3 pm, in room 106 of the Main Library. We'll have library resources, snacks, and more to share! 🌍🎉
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Soviet Visuals Mar 7
"8 March - International Women's Day" Soviet poster
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Slavic Reference Mar 7
Last semester, SRS graduate assistant, Erika Weir, created a digital exhibit exploring the history of Lithuanians in Chicago. The project explored how libraries can use digital publishing tools to showcase collections. Read more -
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Slavic Reference Mar 6
Did you know that the February Revolution is commonly considered to have started on in 1917? Read more about women and the Russian revolution here.
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East View Information Services Mar 5
Died in 1953 Soviet leader Josef Stalin, one of the deadliest dictators in history. Ogonek, the most popular Soviet magazine, published two separate issues on the death of the Vozhd'. From East View's Ogonek Digital Archive
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Slavic Reference Mar 5
First published "Mezhdunarodnyi den’ rabotnitz," Alexandra Kollantai's 1920 piece illustrates the early revolutionary history of International Women's Day. Read the piece here .
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Emilia Pyykönen Mar 1
My presentation "Periodicals in the Slavonic Library" at a PhD workshop yesterday, hosted by
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IAS Library Mar 4
Mary Zirin, a well-known scholar of Slavic and East European Women's Studies, passed away in February. Her Bibliography of Pre-Revolutionary Writings by Women is searchable online via the :
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Slavic Reference Mar 1
Check out these Soviet era posters celebrating ! These wonderful illustrations span from the 1930's-1960's.
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