2 edition of handbook to the Slavonic collection at the University of Nottingham Library found in the catalog.
handbook to the Slavonic collection at the University of Nottingham Library
University of Nottingham. Library.
|Statement||compiled by Garth M. Terry.|
|Contributions||Terry, Garth M.|
|LC Classifications||Z2483 .U57 1980, DJK27 .U57 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||83238930|
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Please give us as much notice of your visit in advance as possible, but. Welcome to University of Nottingham Libraries. We offer inspiring learning environments, extensive print and electronic collections and helpful knowledgeable staff to support learning, teaching and research across the University.
The book collection of the Slavonic Library consists of library units, representing a rich palette of Slavistic literature. The collection is based on personal libraries either received as gift or purchased in the early years of the library, most notably the personal library of the first director of the library, Vladimir N.
Tukalevskii. About the library. The University of Nottingham holds over a million books, more thanebooks, 20, electronic journals and approximately three and a half million items in our Manuscripts and Special Collections archive, the majority of which are unique to the University.
The Slavonic Library is a continuously accumulating collection serving research related to Russia and Eastern Europe. The Legal Deposit Collection that was accrued in – includes deposit copies of printed matters in all subjects published within the borders of the Russian Empire.
From the Soviet period, the collection contains literature mainly from the fields of humanities and social. The books in the Slavonic Library are mostly related to Russia and other Slavic countries, peoples and cultures.
The collection serves research of Russia, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in humanities and social sciences. The book collection includes deposit copies from around the Russian Empire on all topics received in – The collection also includes reference books.
The library holds over one million print books andebooks. To find a book, print or electronic, you can use: Your online reading lists; NUsearch; More information on the Using ebooks page. Using your online reading lists. Reading lists are compiled by your lecturers and provide details of recommended reading to support your studies.
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The Slavonic Collections at Cambridge University Library exist to support the curriculum and research needs of the university in the humanities and the social sciences. The research collections aim to include monographs and serials (both in paper and/or microform), electronic resources, audiovisual materials (when issued with print material), maps and atlases, and some older.
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The collections of the Slavonic Library contain several hundred historical manuscript documents. The earliest of them is a folio coming from an unknown manuscript of the fourfold Gospel, Tetraevangelium), which contains synoptic tables 6–9 for the Gospels and was written in Byzantine Greek before the turn of the 12th century.
The earliest documents directly related to the profile of the. In addition to our modern collections, the University Library's Slavonic collections are also represented in specialist departments throughout the Library, particularly in the Rare Books Department. Please see the menu on the left for further information about these collections.
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Evgeny Dobrenko is a professor in Russian and Slavonic Studies at the University of Nottingham, Naiman is associate professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of California, other contributors are Oksana Bulgakowa, Katerina Clark, Randi Cox, Mikhail Epstein, Boris Groys, Hans Gunther, John McCannon, Jan Plamper, Mikhail Ryklin, Richard Taylor.
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Mel Bach is the member of Library staff in charge of the Slavonic collections and works in the Collections and Academic Liaison Department in South Wing 1. Her responsibilities include book selection, ordering and reader service work as well as classification and cataloguing.
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