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Finding Books and Media

Use the Catalog to find books and media items (DVDs, CDs, etc.) at the Mansfield Library.

Many books no longer under copyright protection are available online. Try one of the following resources if you are looking for a book published before 1923: Google Books, Open Library, Project Gutenberg, or The Universal Digital Library.

Dictionaries and Transliteration Guides

Library of Congress Transliteration Tables for Cyrillic Alphabets

Multitran - Russian-English and English-Russian dictionary

Translit Plus - Online transliteration tool

Transliteration and Transcription

Finding Good Articles

The best place to look for articles is the library databases. Here are the best databases for discovering articles related to Russian Studies.

Welcome!

Welcome to the LibGuide for Russian Studies. This guide will help you get started in your research. Click on any of the tabs above to get more information on Library resources, Web resources, and University programs and offices.

New Library Materials - Russian History

Newly added titles in General History of Russia (Dewey range 947).

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Citation Management

RefWorks is a bibliography manager and database. Use it to import references from databases, keep track of your research, easily add citations to your papers, and format your bibliography.

Additional Web Resources

General Russian Studies Links

Russia Links (University of Wisconsin-Madison) - Excellent organization of links, including the language of the suggested sites, with occasional evaluation of sites.

Russian Webliography - Comprehensive list of resources related to the study of Russian language and culture, created by the Slavic and East European Language Resource Center at Duke University.

School of Russian and Asian Studies Library - "Everything and Anything about Russia and Eurasia."