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.

Special collections

The Office of Strategic Services and the State Department commissioned the leading scholars in...

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Online archive of the oldest English-language newspaper in Russia, including issues of the sister publication Moscow Daily News (1932-1938). It includes full-page access of approximately 60,000 pages, complete original graphics, and searchable text.



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The Tatars of the Crimea [electronic resource] : return to the homeland : studies and documents /
The Crimean Tatars : the diaspora experience and the forging of a nation /
Crimea : a history /
National movements and national identity among the Crimean Tatars, 1905-1916 /
Beyond memory : the Crimean Tatars' deportation and return /
The fountain of tears /