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Russian History: Home
Resources for Ms. Rench's Social Studies Seminar, "Russian History",
Designed for scholarly research, this database supports high-level research in the key areas of academic study including STEM, social sciences and humanities. It includes resources from journals, periodicals, reports, books and more including peer-reviewed journal articles. (View list of titles)
"Eurasianism is a complex doctrine according to which Russia belongs to neither Europe nor Asia, but forms a unique entity defined by the historical, anthropological, linguistic, ethnographic, economic, and political interactions of the various genetically unrelated peoples who once constituted the Russian Empire." -- from article intro.
Created and maintained by George Mason University in partnership with The Gulag Museum, Perm, Russia, this is an archive of stories of former Gulag prisoners, as well as their art, artifacts, and photographs.
"Seventeen Moments in Soviet History" is an archive of primary materials, searchable by year or by theme. Co-sponsored by several US universities, it examines a cross-section of Soviet life including politics, society, culture and economics.
Call Number: 398.2
ISBN: 9780814337219 (e-book)
You can access this electronic book directly via E-Book Central (formerly called E-brary). Use your SH Google login to access E-Book Central from any off campus network.
This collection of Pushkin's short stories, on Google Books, includes the full text of these stories: "The Shot", "The Snowstorm", "The Coffin-Maker", "The Postmaster", "An Amateur Peasant Girl". Accessible via Google Scholar.