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Essential reference books, databases, and Web resources for research in Russian language and literature.
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New Book!

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A Concise History of Russia - Paul Bushkovitch
Call Number: DK37 .B86 2012 (2nd floor)
Publication Date: 2012
Covers Russia from the 9th century up to the Putin era, with new information on the Cold War period. See excerpts at amazon.com.

 

Привет!

Greetings!

OK, so I learned how to type "greetings" in Russian, but--truth be told--I have only basic knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet and a few Russian words. Nevertheless, I will try to assist you in any library research that involves Russian language, literature, history, and society.

One task that has to be addressed is getting your computer to type and read the Cyrillic alphabet. UVM Russian professor Kenneth Nalibow has excellent instructions on how to do this at his Web site. Scroll down a little after you click here.

 

Online Journal: Russian Life

Russian Life (formerly titles Soviet Life) is a bi-monthly magazine on Russian culture, travel, and news. Written in Moscow and published in Montpelier, Vt. Reviews cite its claim to be free of government bias but sympathetic to most aspects of life in Russia today.

Russian Life Web site

Russian Life (via UVM Library Catalog)

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