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Russian and East European Studies

DOING RESEARCH

Much of the work that is done in Russian and East European Studies is interdisciplinary, and depending on their topic, students should consult a wide variety of sources, including print and online encyclopedias and dictionaries, monographs, conference proceedings, journals and newspapers and government and legal documents.

In addition to our own resources, researchers can consult excellent guides like the University of Chicago's Guide to Websites of Interest,  which includes links to web gateways and search engines, statistical information and scholarly societies and organizations, http://guides.lib.uchicago.edu/content.php?pid=72319&sid=575418 and the SlavicReference Service http://www.library.illinois.edu/spx/srs.htm which provides free phone, email and chat service to help you with bibliographic and reference queries.


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NEED HELP WITH YOUR SENIOR THESIS?

Contact Dr. Marta Deyrup for library resources and research advice at my email account.

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