Demokratychna Ukraina (Демократична Україна, Democratic Ukraine) underwent dramatic transformation in the wake of the August 1991 coup attempt against Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. In addition to changing the name of the newspaper, Demokratychna Ukraina began publishing in Ukrainian and altered its editorial policies to allow and,encourage journalism that valued democratic ideas. Content from Jan. 3 1992-Feb. 7, 2020. Suspended in 2020.
content from Jan. 3 1992-Feb. 7, 2020
Includes the full text of a selection of Russian newspapers, literary publications, and cultural journals. Includes access to publications such as Pravda, Nezavisimaia gazeta, Literaturnaia gazeta, Voprosy literatury, Voprosy filosofii, Voprosy istorii, Isskustvo kino, and Novyi mir, as well as the Current Digest of the Russian Press and East View E-books, a collection of scholarly books across the fields of literature, politics, and other subjects.
The goal of this database is to provide researchers with a unique opportunity to cross-search the contents of major Russian periodicals on social sciences and humanities. It is comprised of all 31 journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences ranging from archeology to linguistics, as well as popular literary editions, and independent scholarly publications. New titles are added on a regular basis. This Universal Database grows retroactively. Full-text and full-image content of print editions is reproduced with original pagination.
Journals, review journals, and bibliographies from a leading Russian research center The Russian Institute of Social Sciences Publications (UDB-INION) collection includes a number of publications from the renowned Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INION). Created in 1969 as a successor to the Russian Academy’s Fundamental Library of Social Sciences, INION is a well-known center for research in social studies and humanities in Russia. UDB-INION presents all periodical publications of the institute, as well as reference indexes, bibliographies, and analytical reports, from 2018 on. - Publisher
Database encompasses 28 periodical publications, published in Russian language. Dates of coverage for the initial collection are 2018-to the present.
ABSEES (The American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies), produced by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, provides records for journal articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, dissertations, online resources, and selected government publications, with publication dates from 1989 to current, on East-Central Europe and the former Soviet Union, published in the United States and Canada.
A partnership of 140+ research libraries, with Google, the Hathi Trust Digital Library includes all the book images from these libraries that have been digitized by Google. Only out-of-copyright images (generally pre-1923) can be displayed, or others where the permission of the copyright holder has been obtained, though both in-copyright and out-of-copyright materials can be searched. Out-of-copyright books can be downloaded by Northwestern users who register with the site.
A State bibliographical index of the Russian Federation informs its readers about articles in journals and newspapers that appear in print in Russia in Russian language. Includes Stat'i iz rossiiskikh gazet (formerly Letopis' gazetnykh statei), and Stat'i iz rossiiskikh zhurnalov (formerly Letopis' zhurnal'nykh statei). Coverage begins with 2016.