6 edition of Visual resources from Russia and Eastern Europe in the New York Public Library found in the catalog.
Visual resources from Russia and Eastern Europe in the New York Public Library
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled by Hee-Gwone Yoo ; edited, and with an introduction by Kristen A. Regina ; preface by John E. Bowlt.|
|Series||The New York Public Library, Slavic, Baltic, and Eurasian resource series|
|Contributions||Regina, Kristen A.|
|LC Classifications||Z5961.R9 Y66 2008, N6981 Y66 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008039429|
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The diversity of materials and the care with which they have been categorized here makes this more than a mere list. Researchers can find one of the largest collections of Russian and East European visual Author: Hee-Gwone Yoo, Kristen A.
Regina. The New York Public Library’s holdings of Slavic and East European materials extend from early 14th century illuminated manuscripts to the latest imprints.
Materials in the vernacular Slavic and East European languages number well in excess ofbound volumes, microform titles. For information on using archives in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, see the individual region tabs in this guide.
Published Collections of Primary Sources Library of Congress subject headings will indicate if a published book contains primary source : Anna Arays. Russia Engages the World, – traces Russia’s movement from relative isolation to global empire through its contacts with Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
When Peter the Great founded St. Petersburg as a “window on Europe” inhe intended the city to. AATSEEL. AATSEEL of U.S., Inc. University of Southern California Trousdale Parkway THH L Los Angeles, CA () [email protected] The Romanovs: Their Empire, Their Books - selections from a /98 exhibit at the New York Public Library.
The Ukrainian Museum in New York - permanent exhibits and collections Yannis Kontos - photographs covering the war in Kosovo, the fall of Milosevic, Yugoslavian children's institution, and more. Women Artists of Russia’s New Age, New York: Rizzoli, Czech Modernism () The featured exhibition catalog presents the development of Czech modernism.
Following the various trends of impressionism, decadence, expressionism, cubism, etc., the book introduces important artists and artistic groups of the movement. Russia was a globe-spanning Empire, and, like other great powers, sought to document the peoples, lands, and resources in its dominions.
As a consequence, a large number of the volumes digitized here were produced within the borders of the Russian Empire and Eastern Europe, but concern places and subjects that are neither geographically nor. If there is a fundamental truth of geopolitics, it is this: whoever controls the core of Europe can control the entire continent, and whoever controls all of Europe can dominate the world.
Over the past five centuries, a rotating cast of kings and conquerors, presidents. This website, illustrated with materials from The New York Public Library's collection of Russian and east European materials (one of the most comprehensive outside the region), explores Russia's exposure to and interaction with the larger world, as well as the significant role the new cosmopolitan capital played in this evolution.
A review of the New York Public Library Slavic, East European and Baltic Collection (New York, NY, United States of America).
The New York Public Library is a treasure trove of Slavic, East European and Baltic materials. The Library actively collected materials from the Slavic world from through most of the twentieth century and has recently.
Eastern Europe and Russia have become important growth markets for pulp and paper. From a relatively small base, paper consumption and the machines that supply it are growing fast. Recent startups of new machines and new mills in Eastern Europe and Russia have been carried out by local industrialists.
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Learn more about possible network issues or contact support for more help. Central Park West, Suite 20C New York, NY Tel: • Fax: Courses offered by the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies are listed under the subject code REES on the Stanford Bulletin's ExploreCourses web site.
The Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (CREEES) coordinates the University's teaching, research, and extracurricular activities related to Russia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and.
The Slavic and East European Resources and Facilities of the Library of Congress Paul L. Horecky Former Chief, European Division (Originally published in Slavic Review, vol. 23, no.2, Junepp–This article is a work of the U.S. Government and is not subject to copyright protection in the United States.).
Most (85%) of the yizkor books at The New York Public Library are online. Read them now: The New York Public Library. Yiddish Book Center.
This guide lists the yizkor book collection alphabetically by town or city name. Most yizkor books are in Hebrew and/or Yiddish. English translations for many are found on JewishGen and in print.
For availability of the listed titles as well as vernacular resources, check the library catalog Orbis. Click on a country above to see its research guide.
CIA World Factbook entry for Russia. Basic Russian publications; an annotated bibliography on Russia and the Soviet Union / Paul Louis Horecky. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press [ Selected resources on Russia and the Former Soviet Republics available from the Center for Research Libraries Zotero Collaborative Research Portal: Russian and Soviet History at Harvard A Zotero Group Library listing secondary and primary sources, in print and online, for researchers of Russian and Soviet : Jennifer Dorner.
Dr. Aniko Szucs is a performance studies scholar, theatre historian, and dramaturg. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Performance Studies from New York University and Master’s degrees in English, Hungarian, and Communication Studies from Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, as well as an M.F.A.
in Theatre Studies and Dramaturgy from the University of Film and Theatre Arts. RUSSIA AND EASTERN EUROPE, RUSSIA AND THE FORMER SOVIET STATES, Where does Asia end and Europe begin?, What was the U.S.S.R.?, How many republics or states comprised the former Soviet Union?, What is the Commonwealth of Independent States?, How large a part of the Soviet Union was Russia?, How big is Russia?, What is Russia's official name?, Why is .IU's Slavic and East European collection is one of the most extensive Slavic and East European collections of North America.
The collection is comprehensive covering more than 15 vernacular language publications and is well developed to support PhD researches in many areas. It is much more than a Russia-focused collection. Polish, Czech, Romanian, and Slovenian collections .