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This is a key starting place for research in several different fields, providing bibliographies on current scholarship on topics from the social sciences and humanities.
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Searches the indexes of our library's print reference books. When you find an entry you'd like to read, click the "Locate this book" button or put the title of the reference book into Catalyst to find the book's location in the Reference Collection.
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Articles are signed by their authors, so you can look to see if those authors have written other articles or books. Articles also include bibliographies for further reading. Entries are laid out alphabetically, and there is an index of topics at the end of the 4th volume
This research guide is created in response to unfolding war between Ukraine and Russian Federation. It seeks to assemble materials that help illuminate the current conflict between two neighboring Slavic countries as well as to place the Ukrainian state into a larger international and historical context. Materials recommended in this guide are in English, except the last selection under "Russian perspectives" and the database of Donetsk and Luhansk newspapers in the "Conflict in the Easter Ukraine" tab. **NOTE that all materials mentioned in this guide link to NYU Libraries. Search Catalyst for local access.