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Last Updated: Oct 5, 2013 URL: http://guides.lib.washington.edu/slavic Print Guide

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These top pages provide an overview of resources at the UW Libraries and beyond for Slavic and East European language, literature, film and culture studies in general. 

For resources specific to Russian, BCS, Czech, or Polish language and literature, explore the specialized resource pages listed at left under Resources By Country.

The UW Libraries' Slavic collections number nearly a half million books, journals, microfilm titles, films on DVD and video, sound recordings and other formats. 

Featured Slavic Resources

  • William Brumfield Russian Architecture Collection
    A major online collection of images and text describing structures built throughout Russia over the past millenium, developed by the UW in collaboration with photographer William Brumfield (Tulane University).

Slavic Studies Librarian

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