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* Russian Studies

Guide to Sources for Russian Studies at the University of Rochester Libraries

Books

Search Articles & Books or the UR Catalog to find books in the University of Rochester Libraries and online.

  • Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search.
    • Search settings can be changed on the results page.
    • To limit to just books, select Book/eBook on the left of search results.
    • To further limit to just ebooks, also select Full Text Online.
  • UR Catalog identifies a variety of library materials, including books, but it does not find articles.

If the library doesn't have a book you want, request it via Interlibrary Loan. We'll get it for you, often in less than a week. (Learn more about UR Interlibrary Loan in this YouTube video.)

Ebooks Help Guide

If you are having problems using any ebook from the library, feel free to

Articles

Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search. It's a great place to start!

  • Search settings can be changed on the results page.
  • To limit to just scholarly articles, select Scholarly & Peer-Review in the upper left of search results.
  • Articles & Books Search Tips will help to get you started.

If the library doesn't have an article you want, request it via Interlibrary Loan. We'll get it for you, often in just a day or two. (Learn more about UR Interlibrary Loan in this YouTube video.)

Databases

If you prefer to search in a specific database, here are some that have Russian Studies content.

Journals

All journals are listed in the UR Catalog. Search by journal title or subject.

From the eJournals tab on the library's homepage, search/browse by title the subset of journals available online.

If you are looking for specific articles, use the Articles & Books search.

Getting Started: Finding background information

When Wikipedia isn't enough. . .