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Russian and Slavic Studies resources
A guide to resources for all aspects of Russian and Slavic studies in English, Russian and other Slavic languages.
Manuscriptorium, a freely accessible digital library, provides access to existing digital content via integrated tools. The digital library aggregates documents from many renowned institutions, predominantly, but not exclusively, from Europe.
Digital library Kramerius is a project of the National Library of the CR. The digital library contains more than 8 millions of scanned pages. Some of the documents are in German, Russian, English and other languages.
This site was built by Ian Goodale, the European Studies Librarian at the University of Texas at Austin. Documents were selected under the guidance of Dr. Mary Neuburger and digitized with the cooperation of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at UT Austin and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library.
The site's primary concern is the phenomenon of the Gulag prison system and the Soviet totalitarian regime in general. Founded at the end of 2009, its mission is to share and circulate information about the Soviet Gulag and everything connected with it, including its links to Czechoslovakia and other countries. English, Czech and Russian modules are available.
NUKAT is the union catalog that represents holdings from the National Library of Poland and 130 other research libraries, predominantly in Poland, but also in Rome and Paris. The interface is available in Polish and English.
Non-profit independent investigative journalism website, Fundacja Ośrodek Kontroli Obywatelskiej (OKO) is a free, open source of information on current affairs, politics, non-governmental organizations, state of minorities, relations between the state and church and more. The site is entirely in Polish language.
The collection of 500+ periodicals published between 1896 and 2012 on the territories broadly defined as Ukraine. The collection includes titles published in Ukraine proper, as well as emigre publications. Languages: Ukrainian, Russian, German, Polish, Romanian, and Crimean Tatar.