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.




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New Primary Sources for the Study of Post-WWII Ukrainian Refugees | Prof. T. Lahusen's Collection on Vasilii Azhaev's "Far from Moscow" | Stalin: Man of Letters. The Stalin Digital Archive | By the Grace of God, We, the Great Sovereign, Tsar...

Special collections

This collection, reproduced from the Royal Archives, reflect Queen Victoria's active role in...

Featured titles

Migration, homeland, and belonging in Eurasia /
The fountain of tears /
The Crimean Tatars : from Soviet genocide to Putin's conquest /
The Crimean Tatars : the diaspora experience and the forging of a nation /
Against their will [electronic resource] : the history and geography of forced migrations in the USSR /
The Tatars of the Crimea [electronic resource] : return to the homeland : studies and documents /