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Slavic Studies - Russian Studies Guide: Russian Studies Guide

Russian Studies Materials @ UMLibraries

You can find materials on Russian Studies at the University of Manitoba Libraries at the following locations:

Unique Russian Collections

Affiliated U of M Departments

Other Resources

Virtual Keyboard for Cyrillic Script (for both Russian and Ukrainian)

Subject Guide

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James Kominowski
Contact:
Slavic Librarian/ Archivist
Liaison Librarian for German Studies


Archives & Special Collections / Elizabeth Dafoe Library
University of Manitoba

office: (204) 474-9681



E-mail: James.Kominowski@Umanitoba.ca
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