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Slavic and Eastern European Studies


Karen Rondestvedt, Curator; rondest@stanford.edu; (650) 725-1052

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Selected Full -Text Electronic Sources for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies

  • East View Information Services' Universal Databases: full-text, searchable online current newspapers, news magazines and newswires from Russia, the Baltic States and the CIS countries. Also selected Russian scholarly journals. Most material is in Russian, but there are a number of titles in English and some in Ukrainian. Access: Stanford-only;
  • Central and East European Online Library: searchable full-text articles from 250 humanities and social science journals pertaining to Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European topics. Most are published in the region. Most are in languages of the region or English. Access: Stanford-only;
  • World News Connection: English language translations of foreign television and radio broadcasts, newspaper & journal articles, plus press releases. Access: Stanford-only;
  • Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty: news and analysis from entire region. Access: everyone;
  • Transitions Online: analysis of current issues in entire region. Access: everyone (selected articles), Stanford-only (Premium articles);
  • EurasiaNet.org: information and analysis about political, economic, environmental and social developments in the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus. Access: everyone;
  • International Relations and Security Network ISN: includes major emphases on Russia, Southeast Europe and NATO. Access: everyone;
  • Russian and CIS statistical publications in East View's UDB Statistics. Access: Stanford-only;
  • Europe-Asia Studies, formerly Soviet Studies, via JSTOR (1949-2003). Access: Stanford-only;
  • Russian Review: current issues via Ingenta; older issues via JSTOR (1941-2001). Access: Stanford-only;
  • Slavic and East European Journal via JSTOR (1957-2003). Access: Stanford-only;
  • Slavic Review and its predecessors via JSTOR (1941-2005). Access: Stanford-only.

Selected Full -Text Russian Resources for Researchers in History and Literature

Selected Slavic Reference Works

Please note that materials pertaining to Russian and East European areas may also be in some general resources available through the library.

Items of Interest

Pacific Coast Slavic and East European Library Consortium (PACSLAV)

Selected Internet Links

Scholarly and Grant-Giving Organizations for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies

Stanford Slavic Library Staff

Related Departments and Programs at Stanford


Last modified: December 12, 2009