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Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries

University of Manitoba. Library. Special Collections Dept.

Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries

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Published by University of Manitoba Libraries in Winnipeg .
Written in English

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  • Slavic countries
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    • University of Manitoba. Library. Special Collections Dept.,
    • Slavic countries -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Catalog of the Slavic collection, part of the Special Collections Dept. of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library at the University of Manitoba.

      Statementcompiled by J. S. Muchin.
      ContributionsMuchin, J. S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ2483 .U55 1970, DJK9 .U55 1970
      The Physical Object
      Pagination71 p.
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5454283M
      LC Control Number73156446

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Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries by University of Manitoba. Library. Special Collections Dept. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Slavic Collection - Rare Book Collection. It was printed in Krakow in ; and acquired by the University of Manitoba Libraries in The Herbarium is composed of 1, pages of Polish, Latin and German text and illustrations. It contains an index of illnesses and cures in Polish and three separate indices of plants in Latin, Polish and.

OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of the Slavic collection, part of the Special Collections Dept. of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library at the University of Manitoba. The University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections also houses many rare Ukrainian and other Slavic language books and manuscripts in its Rare Book Room.

Most of the collection was acquired by the founder of the university’s Slavic Studies program, Dr. Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries book B. Rudnyckyj. Elizabeth Dafoe Library University of Manitoba 25 Chancellors Circle Winnipeg, Canada R3T 2N2 ph.

[email protected]: Michelle Micuda. Created in partnership with the Electronic Text Centre at the University of New Brunswick Libraries, this collection contains the full text of more t poems by poets including Bliss Carman, Isabella Valancy Crawford, Archibald Lampman, Charles G.

Roberts and Duncan Campbell Scott, offering a comprehensive survey of Canadian poetry from the eighteenth century to the early twentieth.

Jaroslav Bohdan Rudnyckyj was born in in Peremyshl, Galicia. He studied at the University of L’viv, where he obtained his M.A. inand his Ph.D inhaving specialized in Slavic philology and the onomastics (geographical place names) of eastern Europe.

To continue these and other studies abroad, he left his homeland instaying for a short time in Berlin, Rome, and Paris.

The University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections is a department of the University of Manitoba Libraries which holds historical records related to and created by the University of is also a collector of private records of individuals, families, organizations and businesses.

It is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This unique book includes facts and figures on special collections, finding aids, catalogs, Web access, and bibliographies for further readings.

A Guide to Slavic Collections in the United States and Canada examines collections available at public libraries, governmental libraries, special collections, and university libraries. The well-received lecture had over members of Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries book university and external communities in attendance.

The talk was sponsored by the U of M Archives & Special Collections, the Slavic Collection (Elizabeth Dafoe Library), and the Department of German and Slavic ing the lecture, Dr. Plokhy continued to answer questions at the reception that followed his talk, and.

Slavic collection of the University of Manitoba Libraries by University of Manitoba (Book) The site question at the University of Manitoba by A. Reginald Buller (). When searching for materials in Cyrillic languages it helps to search in the original language and in transliteration. When searching library resources (the catalog, WorldCat, other databases), you will have the most success with the Library of Congress transliteration system.

University of Manitoba Libraries Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3T 2N2 | For questions about content, contact [email protected] technical support or take-down requests, contact [email protected] The collection numbers approximat volumes and is constantly expanding. Included in the collection are the Dysart Memorial Collection of Rare Books & Manuscripts, the St.

John's College Rare Book Collection, and the Slavic Rare Book Collection. Special Collections Library Archives and Records Centre. Located on the fifth floor of the Library, next to the elevator in Room 5C02, the Archives preserves and provides access to the documentary heritage of the University of Winnipeg, as well as the records of individuals and associations including Lloyd Axworthy, the Congress of Black Women - Winnipeg Chapter, and the Western Canada.

INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY OF LIBRARIANS AND LIBRARY SPECIALISTS IN THE SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN FIELD. Edition University of Kansas Libraries Slavic and Eurasian Studies Department.

Jon Giullian UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA 29 Dysar Road Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2M7. Raisa Moroz Librarian. The term Slavic and East European studies is used at the UW Libraries to refer to learning, teaching and research in any discipline as it applies to Russia, the former Soviet Union, the Baltic countries, Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe (the Balkans), the Caucasus, and former Soviet Central Asia.

Although sometimes referred to as Slavic studies for brevity's sake, Slavic is a specific. Stanford Libraries: with your Calnet ID card, faculty and graduate students can order books from the Stanford Libraries through the Research Libraries Cooperative Program.

Undergraduate students can borrow books by going to Interlibrary Borrowing Services, Doe Library, Rm. or by using the online form on the IBS website. University of Kansas Libraries Slavic Department. Gordon Anderson Director, German & West Slavic Bibliographer UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 TEL: () Slavic Book Selector Collection Development Department TEL: () Alexander Palace - Everyday life in a Romanov Palace; Children's Books of the Early Soviet Era - titles from McGill University's collection of more than Soviet children's books published in the s and 30s.

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The University of Toronto Libraries’ Slavic and East European collection is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in Canada, and today numbers overvolumes.

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For resources specific to Russian, BCS, Czech, or Polish language and literature, explore the specialized resource pages listed at left under Resources By Country. The UW Libraries' Slavic collections number nearly a half. The item A history of Canada, by Gustave Lanctot represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries.

This item is available to borrow from all library branches. Because of the absence of a Ukrainian specialist on the Division's staff, the Chief recommended to the Reference Department the temporary appointment of Professor Jaroslav B.

Rudnyckyj, Head of the Slavic Department, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, for the purpose of surveying LC's Ukrainian collections and strengthening its Ukrainian.

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Published genealogies and family histories, letters, and papers on many Manitoba families can also be found there. Prof. Myroslav Shkandrij (Professor of Slavic Studies in Department of German and Slavic Studies, University of Manitoba) was named the Honouree at the 34th Osvita Foundation Testimonial Dinner Canad Inns Destination Centre, Club Regent Casino Hotel on June 7,for his work in and for the Ukrainian community in Manitoba and across Canada.

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