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Russian and East European Studies  

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New Books at the Libary

Come and check out the latest books in the field on the NEW BOOKS shelf or scan our NEW BOOKS list in our library catalog. Browse the PG  (Russian and East European Literature) and DJK-DK  (Russian and East European Histoy) sections on the fourth floor. See our LIBRARY FLOOR MAP.


Useful Links for Research

Worldcat Local by WorldCat (new library catalog! search books, journals, and articles!)

Databases and indexes (Use it to find electronic and print articles)

E-Z borrow (the gateway to our 50-member library consortium. Use it to order books available at other libraries)



Research Guide for Russian and East European Studies

Welcome!  We hope you will find this guide useful for locating and accessing information on Russian and East European Studies. Because Russian and East European Studies is an interdisciplinary field, resources are found in a number of subject areas, among them, history, literature, and political science. Can't find what you need? Please contact Marta Deyrup, the subject specialist.


NEW: online books from e-brary

In ebrary you can not only read, search and browse books online, you can highlight, copy and make notes, and save them to your personal bookshelf.  Check out "Russia (Federation), Former Soviet Republics, Soviet Union" or Europe, Eastern under the subjects listed. 

Click HERE to check out e-brary


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