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Slavic Studies Collection: Library Guides

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Find resources related to Slavic Studies.

The University of Manitoba Libraries supports the courses and research related to Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Studies that are offered through the Department of German & Slavic Studies.  For specific information on resources related to Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Studies, please check those resources related to these individual subject areas:

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