Entries Tagged as 'E-resources'

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

Literary Authors from Europe and Eurasia Web Archive

The Literary Authors from Europe and Eurasia Web Archive brings together web sites related to literary authors (of both fiction and non-fiction essays), translators, critics and publishers from Europe and Eurasia.  The project launched in May 2019 aims to preserve the history of the contemporary literary process as reflected in the non-print publishing activity of important […]

Monday, January 13th, 2020

Sovinformburo Photograph Collection digitized

[Soviet Information Bureau photograph collection] HOLLIS # 990088625770203941 The Davis Center Collection at Fung Library has digitized its Soviet Information Bureau Photograph Collection. Commissioned by the propaganda arm of the Soviet state to document the country’s reconstruction following World War II, these nearly 5,800 black-and-white photographs provide an extensive visual record of daily life, culture, […]

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Soviet history: archival resources at Harvard university library and archives

  The new Harvard Library online LibGuide Soviet history: archival resources at Harvard university library and archives is now published. This guide contains a list of Harvard-owned archival materials documenting the history of the Soviet Union. It is arranged chronologically and by topic/provenance. The guide brings together primary sources that vary in scope and format. Many materials […]

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Collection spotlight: Teatr.doc plays (e-book)

  P’esy : sbornik vazhnykh dlia nas tekstov za vse 14 let teatra / teatr.doc ; [Elena Isaeva and 16 others]. [Moscow, Russia : publisher not identified], 2016. HOLLIS # 014793077 Harvard Library owns a unique e-book containing a collection of plays written for the Moscow Teatr.doc theater. This small independent theater was founded in […]

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Ogonek Digital Archive

Ogonek digital archive (DA-OGN) Minneapolis, MN : East View Information Services Harvard Library users now have access to the digital archive of Ogonek, a long-running illustrated weekly from Russia. Ogonek has been published continuously since 1923, in the tradition of the eponymous pre-revolutionary magazine published in 1899-1918. In the Soviet years its run reached millions of […]

Monday, November 20th, 2017

Early Russian cinema online

Early Russian cinema online [Leiden] : IDC Publishers : Brill HOLLIS # 15042874 We are happy to announce the arrival of the Early Russian cinema online, an electronic archive of 57 Russian film periodicals from 1907-1918. The collection includes both “serious” and more popular titles produced by the major Russian film studios, film distributors and […]

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

Krasnyi arkhiv digital archive

    Krasnyi Arkhiv digital archive Minneapolis, MN : East View Information Services HOLLIS # 6918745 Harvard ID-holders now have access to another online primary source archive: Krasnyi arkhiv digital archive.  Krasnyi arkhiv was a scholarly historical journal published in Moscow in 1922-1941 by the Central Archive and later by the Central Archival Administration of […]

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Zavod Diafoto glass slides

    Zavod “Diafoto“ : Reki i ozera SSSR : seriia 585, Sel’skoe khoziaistvo SSSR : seriia 98 The Davis Center Collection at Fung Library is pleased to announce the digitization of two rare glass slide collections dating from the Stalin era. Series 98. Agriculture of the U.S.S.R. (1940) consists of 43 sequentially numbered images […]

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Slavic Poster Collection

    The Widener library has a unique collection of over 1500 posters from different Slavic countries (specifically Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Soviet Union and Ukraine). The collection dates from the beginning of the last quarter of the 20th century until the present. Despite the regional, cultural and stylistic differences, there is […]

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Collection spotlight: Slavic Humanities Index

  Slavic Humanities Index [Toronto, Ontario] : Slavus, [2013?]- We would like to bring to your attention the Slavic Humanities Index, a fairly new bibliographic database in the field of Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern European Studies. It provides access to important scholarly periodicals published in the region that until recently had remained largely unindexed. It […]