Entries Tagged as 'Periodicals'

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 […]

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Collection highlight: 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 […]

Monday, April 25th, 2016

Iskusstvo kino digital archive

Iskusstvo kino Moskva, 1931- HOLLIS # 000170066 The Iskusstvo Kino Digital Archive (by Minneapolis, MN : East View Information Services, available for Harvard ID holders) captures the complete run (1931-2012) of this illustrated analytical journal of film criticism in a complete online archive, in full-image and fully searchable text. Initially published monthly from 1931-1941 (in […]

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Bogema: a rare 1915 magazine now available in print and online:

Bogema. Petrograd : Izdatelʹ: V.M. Silin, 1915. HOLLIS # 004962239-0 I would like to bring to your attention the following title recently acquired by the Slavic division. Bogema was a short-lived literary magazine. Its total of 6 issues were published in Petrograd in 1915 by Larisa Reisner and Vladimir Zlobin. Harvard is now the only […]

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Niva Digital Archive

Niva. [S. Peterburg : Izdavaemyi A.F. Marksom], 1870- HOLLIS # 006946794-3 http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.eresource:niva Niva was the most popular magazine in late 19th-early 20th century Russia. Niva described itself as “an illustrated weekly journal of literature, politics and modern life.” It was founded in 1870 and remained in publication until September 1918, when it was closed by […]