Newspapers in the Slavonic Library published after 1917
Collection materials in format
Subsequent to 1917, the newspaper collection of the Slavonic Library contains major newspapers published in Slavic languages from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Subsequent to 1917, the newspaper collection of the Slavonic Library contains major newspapers published in Slavic languages from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. In addition, the collection contains newspapers published by Russian emigrants. From the 1990s on, the collection contains main newspapers from the Slavic language area. Depending on the title they can be read as original paper publications or on microfilm. Some periodicals are available in electronic format. All annual volumes of Pravda, Izvestija and Literaturnaja gazeta newspapers are available in digital format. A comprehensive selection of newspapers published in current Russia and CIS countries can be used electronically through the Integrum portal.
You can find links to databases and e-materials in Research Guide to Russian and Eastern European Studies.
Temporal coverage of the collectionmodern times (1900-)
Spatial coverage of the collectionEurope Eastern Europe Russia
Main collectionThe Slavonic Library
Parent collectionNewspapers in the Slavonic Library
Restrictions of useOnly for reading rooms In the open collection as e-material for remote access As a microfilm on reading stations Kept in closed stack collection, use requires ordering the publication
The description retains the character set and orthography of the publication whenever possible. Cyrillic characters may also be retrieved as transliterated according to the ISO-9 standard (see the transliteration guidelines).
Research literature on Russia and Eastern Europe is acquired for the Slavonic Library, along with reference works in cultural and social studies. Newspapers are primarily acquired in electronic formats.