Category Archives: Projects

Helen Mirren, Katya Galitzine and other guests at the joint UCL SSEES Library and British Library panel discussion

On Monday 5th June a panel discussion “Émigrés from Revolution” took place at the British Library. It was a joint event between UCL SSEES Library and the British Library and was inspired by our collections.   The year 2017 marks … Continue reading

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Dostoevsky Day UK

To mark the 150th anniversary of the novel Crime and Punishment, UCL SSEES proudly presented the Inaugural Dostoevsky Day UK, a celebration of Fyodor Dostoevsky & Russian language. The Inaugural Dostoevsky Day UK was dedicated to UCL-SSEES late colleagues and … Continue reading

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Collections blogs – the LSE Library collections

We think that it would be of interest to all of us and our readers to share our collection blogs. ­ Graham Camfield, Collection Development Manager at LSE Library, published a series of blogs on the history of the LSE Library collections. … Continue reading

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Revised Checklist of Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian Avant-Garde and Modernist Books, Serials and Works on Paper at The New York Public Library and Columbia University Libraries

Our colleague Robert H. Davis of Columbia and Cornell Universities informs that a new, expanded and (hopefully) improved version of a Checklist Of Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian Avant-Garde and Modernist Books, Serials and Works on Paper at The New York Public Library … Continue reading

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Trams, Nevsky and the Singer Sewing Machine

Mapping Petersburg Olga Matich, Professor of Department of Slavic languages and literatures, University of California, Berkeley: The website explores the everyday life and the material, political, and literary culture of St. Petersburg (renamed Petrograd during the First World War) at the beginning … Continue reading

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