he 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.




Using the library

3rd Floor Robarts Library map Map
130 St George St.
Library staffed from 10am - 6pm, M-F.

Recent news

The topics of the works displayed range from the Decembrist revolt in the Russian Empire in 1825 and the Spring of Nations in 1848 in the Habsburg Austrian Empire, to the Second World War, 1939-1945, and the Yugoslav Wars in the 1990s (Jan.-Mar. 2019)

Special collections

TS, signed. Poetry compilation.

Featured titles

The defence of Sevastopol 1941-1942 : the Soviet perspective /
Tashkent : forging a Soviet city, 1930-1966 /
The City in late imperial Russia /
Designing Tito's capital : urban planning, modernism, and socialism /
Vitebsk : the fight and destruction of the Third Panzer Army /
Saving Stalin's imperial city : historic preservation in Leningrad, 1930-1950 /