Encyclopedia of Russia and the Former Soviet Union
DK14 .C35 1994 Ref.
of Soviet History, 1917-1953
Europe, Russia and Central Asia (Regional surveys of the
DK1.5.E28 2004 Ref. (earlier editions
in stacks DK1.5.E28 Folio, 2000- )
- Great Soviet
Use the Index volume to find your topic; this English translation is
not in A-Z order because it follows the original Cyrillic alphabet order.
Or consult the more comprehensive original (in the stacks AE55.B62)
Bol'shaia sovetskaia entsiklopediia.
encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet literature
PG2940.M6 v.1-9 Ref.
Guide to Russian literature
PG2940.R43 1998 Ref.
Writers of the Silver Age, 1850-1925
PG2991.3.R867 2004 Ref.
Writers since 1980
PG2991.4.R78 2003 Ref.
of Russian Women Writers
PG2997.D53 1994 Ref.
Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES)
- print volumes
1967-1993 in stacks: Z 2483.A65 Folio
- ABSEES online
Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies EBSEES covers
materials published in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, the
Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
- print volumes
1977-1995 in the stacks Z 2483.E94 Folio
online (website in French and English). The database
is in two sections: 1991-2000 and 2001- . Access is free.
is a bibliographic database of German language materials on Russia,
the Soviet Union and its successor states.The database covers
since 1974 and consists now of about 170.000 records.
- For other
online databases, go to our Databases
A-Z list and select an appropriate tool to fit your
need: e.g., Art
Index, Arts & Humanities Index, EconLit, Historical
PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service), Social
Science Citation Index, Sociological Abstracts.
Or ask a reference librarian for advice.
subscriptions for access via our campus network:
the Online Library Catalog
by journal title if you are seeking a specific title. We are now cataloging
each e-journal to which we have subscribed or signed a license agreement.
You should find records there for both print and online journals.
You should also be able to connect directly to the e-journal.
Or try TDNet,
a service for locating e-journals. Or Five
College E-Journal Locator (SFX): identify e-journals held
by MHC and the Five Colleges. Note: This service searches collections
such as Academic Search Premier, JSTOR, etc. The "Citation Linker"
will go to the full-text of a specific article if you provide the
exact volume and page numbers.
We also subscribe
to some collections of e-journals, e.g.,
provides fulltext of backfiles of Slavic Review, Russian
Review and selected other journals. The entire text can be searched
by keyword! See journals listed under JSTOR's Slavic
Why do we need
licenses for e-journals? Most journal publishers require that
a contract or license agreement before we gain access to the electronic
version of the journal. Even if the access is "free" with our
print subscription, we have to go through the process of proving
are a paid subscriber and assure them that we will not let the rest
of the world have access. We have to specify the IP address for
computers and agree to their terms of usage.
(in Cyrillic font, Russian) or Pravda
St. Petersburg Times English-language newspaper of St. Petersburg,
- See also
Newspapers section of
SHER'S RUSSIAN INDEX
free access to tables of contents for over 28,000 publications, searchable
by title keyword, author, or periodical title. Ingenta provides links
to full-text of 4500 publications (free for subscribers, or pay-per-view).
The list below is
just a sample. It includes some of the best "metasites", sites
that include links to many more sites, organized by subject or theme or
format. These are excellent starting places for exploring the Internet.
to Literature and Information Sources