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Slavic/Eastern Europe/Eurasia Studies

Gender, Women & the Family in the Post-Soviet States, Central and Eastern Europe

photograph A Georgian Woman. From the Prokudin-Gorskii Collection, Library of Congress

 

 

 A Georgian Woman. From the Prokudin-Gorskii Collection, Library of Congress

 

 

 

Russian Women Authors: Anthologies, Memoirs, Diaries, Correspondence, Prose, and Poetry

 painting Nathan Altman of Anna Akhmatova, 1914 Portrait by Nathan Altman of Anna Akhmatova, 1914.


For titles acquired after 2008, scan the Library's monthly NEW ACQUISITIONS list under PG [Slavic, Baltic, Albanian languages & literatures] and under PK8001-PK8835 (Armenian language & literature) and PK9001-PK9601 [Caucasian languages & literatures]  http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/newbooks/

Reference

photography of book shelves

For current titles acquired, scan the Library's monthly NEW ACQUISITIONS lists.  After selecting a month, go to LOCATION, then click on SLAVIC REFERENCE. http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/newbooks/

 


Newspapers & Journals

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Subject Specialist

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June Farris
Contact:
Bibliographer for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies & General Linguistics
Joseph Regenstein Library
Room 263
1-773-702-8456

Cinema & Theater

film cell from Soviet Film

Jews in Russia/Soviet Union, Central & Eastern Europe

paintingo Glaser St, Vilna by L ReissGlaser Street, Vilna, Lithuania. Art by Lionel S. Reiss. In A World At Twilight: A Portrait of the Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe Before the Holocaust. (New York: Macmillian, 1971)

Primary Sources: Slavic & East European Studies

film reel