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* Russian Language & Culture: Home
Hello! I'm Kristen Totleben, and I'm here to help you with your research needs. I'm happy to meet with you in person, online, email, chat or telephone.
This research guide was assembled with the assistance of Alyssa Rodriguez, UR History Graduate Student.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign houses a large collection of Eastern European and Russian sources. Researchers may be interested in applying for their Open Research Laboratory or Summer Research Laboratory for specialized research.
Some universities offer summer programs for various levels of Russian. These are only a few of the many potential options, but check out the links below to learn more about their programs and possible funding for applicants.
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Curated by the Slavic Reference Service (SRS), these books from the Russian National Electronic Library are open to all researchers online. Resources are written using transliterated titles for easy access.