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Russian and Slavic Studies: Home

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Welcome to the Stony Brook Libraries subject guide for Russian and Slavic Studies! Please use the tabs above to find books, articles, news items, internet resources and more. If you have any questions or comments about this guide you can contact me directly or use our Ask-A-Librarian service.

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Transliteration

Slavic Cataloging Manual (The Slavic Cataloging Manual (SCM) brings together rules and practices pertinent to the cataloging of materials in Slavic languages).  

ALA-LC romanization tables : transliteration schemes for non-Roman scripts / approved by the Library of Congress and the American Library Association ; tables compiled and edited by Randall K. Barry

News Sources

Itar-Tass news agency (in Russian and English)

Friends and Partners (Born in 1994, one of the first Internet services developed jointly by citizens of the United States and Russia to promote better understanding and partnership between the two countries).

The Moscow Times (English)

Pravda  (English ed.)

Russia News Service (constantly updated news and information about Russia).

TASS Russian News Agency (in English and Russian)

Off-Campus Access

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