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This guide provides an introduction to the resources for the study of Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe available at Duke University Libraries.
Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.duke.edu/slavicstudies Print Guide RSS Updates

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    Key Journals

    • JSTOR Slavic Studies -- gives Duke subscribers full access to the electronic backfiles of several leading English-language journals, such as Slavic Review and Russian Review. For current issues, search the Duke online catalog.
    • Central and East European Online Library -- digital archive that provides access to full text PDF articles from humanities and social science journals on Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European topics.
    • Журнальный зал -- an online "periodicals reading room," with freely accessible issues of recent Russian-language periodicals, such as Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie; Duke has a subscription to many of these titles via Eastview's Databases of Social Science and Humanities Publications.
    • Portal for Central, Eastern and Balkan Countries --Includes Journal Southeastern Europe and Studi Slavistici, the first scholarly Italian journal devoted to this discipline systematically published online.
    • Virtual Library Eastern Europe (ViFaOst) -- interdisciplinary portal for East European Studies.
    • Electronic Journals Library -- the "Slaovnic journals section" of this University Regensburg Library guide offers a quick way to see what journals are online; which ones are free; and which ones are only accessible via a Duke Library subcription. For pay-per-view titles, searchthe Duke online catalog.

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