Scholarly ebooks in history, fulltext. Selected and administered by the American Council of Learned Societies. Currently around 3,000 titles. Also links to cheaptextbooks online available for purchase.
Fulltext archive to hundreds of scholarly journals in a wide range of disciplines in facsimile format (including images), from the first volume until 3 – 6 years ago (date varies per publisher embargo). DOES NOT INCLUDE recent issues/volumes, but may link to recent fulltext in PROJECT MUSE.
American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies North American, English language journal articles, etc., in all Slavic subdisciplines, especially history, on East Central Europe, Russia, and the former Soviet Union, 1990-present.
Search for Russian names using the Current Digest's transliteration system. This system differs from the Library of Congress system (see Home Page of this guide) for the following letters: ё = yo, й = i, ь is omitted, ю = yu, я = ya. So, for example, not Chechnia (Library of Congress and the rest of the Universal Database) but Chechnya (Current Digest).
Search by title or author. To see all Russian dissertations, choose Russia (Federation) for Place of Publication, Dissertations for "Location" box, and type in "universitet" in top search box. Results can be sorted by title or year.
Excellent coverage of English and Russian language scholarship on Russian literature and culture. Journal articles, etc., in all languages on literature, linguistics, folklore, popular culture, and film.
Covers public affairs in Eastern European and former Soviet republics. Abstracts of English, French, German, Italian and Portuguese language journal articles, books, government documents, statistics, committee reports, and serials.
Searchable full text database of over 30 currently published core Russian newspapers, and 30 no longer published. Includes archives generally going back to the 1990s. Search across any combination of newspapers in Cyrillic or Library of Congress transliteration. The database covers Russian Central Newspapers, Russian Regional Newspapers and Social Sciences and Humanities.