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Slavonic Specialist at Cambridge University Library

Inscriptions by Bunin, Teffi, and Tolstoi on display in Cambridge University Library

Visitors to Cambridge University Library can enjoy a display of Russian literary publications featuring handwritten dedications for one more week.  Out of the shadows : post-1917 Russian emigration rediscovered was curated by Vera Tsareva-Brauner of the Cambridge’s Slavonic Studies Section.  Vera found … Continue reading

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Cambridge – conferences and collections

Tomorrow and Friday, Cambridge will be the venue of the 2018 COSEELIS conference.  The COSEELIS conference always ends with a tour of a local collection, and this year our delegates will visit the University Library (UL) to see some of the pieces … Continue reading

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COSEELIS 2018 update: draft programme and registration extension

The conference organising committee is delighted to present the draft programme for the 2018 COSEELIS conference (5-6 July, Cambridge), below. coseelis-conference-programme-draft The organisers are also very happy to announce that we are now able to extend the deadlines for registration … Continue reading

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Registration now open for COSEELIS 2018

Registration for the 2018 COSEELIS conference is now open!  The conference will take place in Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 July. The deadline for registration is Monday 2 April 2018 [now extended to 16 April*] and … Continue reading

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Slavic Cataloging Manual : release of version 2.0

A fully revised version of the Slavic Cataloging Manual has been published online and can be found here: https://sites.google.com/site/seesscm/  This valuable resource now contains over 100 webpages covering a wide number of topics.  Several members of COSEELIS were involved in … Continue reading

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