Agriculture and the State in eastern Europe

  • Food and agriculture in the Czech Republic : from a Velvet transition to the challenges of EU accession /
  • The changing face of rural space : agriculture and rural development in the Western Balkans /
  • The plough that broke the steppes : agriculture and environment on Russia's grasslands, 1700-1914 /
  • After socialism : land reform and social change in Eastern Europe /
  • Integrating environment into agriculture and forestry [electronic resource] : progress and prospects in Eastern Europe and Central Asia /
  • Russia's unknown agriculture : household production in post-communist Russia /
  • The silent Steppe : the story of a Kazakh nomad under Stalin /
  • Serbia on the road to EU accession : consequences for agricultural policy and the agri-food chain /
  • The evolution of agrarian institutions : a comparative study of post-socialist Hungary and Bulgaria /
  • Reforms in Albanian agriculture : assessing a sector in transition /
  • Rural Development, Natural Resources, and the Environment [electronic resource]: Lessons of Experience in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  • Mapping the rural problem in the Baltic countryside : transition processes in the rural areas of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania /
  • Farm sector restructuring in Belarus : progress and constraints /
  • Distortions to agricultural incentives in Europe's transition economies [electronic resource] /
  • The agrarian economies of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States : situation and perspectives, 1997 /
the PJRC supports the activities of the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, and the five research chairs connected with Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish history, and Ukrainian studies.
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UTL has over 600,000 volumes in its Slavic and East European collection, take a tour of PJRC.
Power Point presentation of Women in History exhibit.
An exhibition on female political leaders of central and eastern Europe.

TS [Pictorial]. Album of twenty black & white photographs, with captions in Romanian.