Slavic Review Spring 2015 Issue Now Available
The Spring 2015 issue of Slavic Review, which includes a special section on "Redefining Community in the Late Soviet Union," is now available.
The full Table of Contents can be viewed on the Slavic Review webpage [Click on an article link to see the new “image preview” feature, where you can view all published images, including color versions when available.]
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The Slavic Reference Service of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library has once again compiled a list of print and online bibliographic sources to aid in research related to the subjects featured in the current issue of Slavic Review. See Topical Bibliographic Sources for a selection of research resources related to some of the subjects discussed in this issue.
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