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Olga Freidenberg’s online archive

Olga Mikhailovna Freidenberg (Boris Pasternak’s cousin) was a Russian and Soviet classical philologist, one of the pioneers of cultural studies in Russia. Many of her works were not published in her life-time and still remain unpublished. Her unique archive (in private … Continue reading

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The Guardian on a Russian book scandal

Do you select Russian books for your library? Then it will be interesting for you to learn about Luke Harding, the publishing house Algoritm and Vladimir Putin: Russian publisher prints books about Putin under names of western authors  

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Full-text academic books online

The Open University of Israel presents full-text academic books online on Jewish history, philosophy, sociology and other subjects. All materials are either originally written in Russian or translated from Hewbrew by professional translators and researches.

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Russian émigré newspapers and magazines

Librarium – is a collection of electronic versions of Russian émigré newspapers and magazines, a ‘site-archive of Russian émigré press’. It contains hundreds of rare illustrated periodicals produced during the interwar period. The central part of the site is occupied by … Continue reading

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News from the Library of Congress

Angela Cannon, Reference Specialist for Russia and South Slavic at the Library of Congress, has kindly let us know that three new newspaper bibliographies of LC holdings have just been added to the European Division website. They are for Croatia, Kosovo and … Continue reading

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