A collection of slideshows and online exhibitions compiled by PJRC staff, students, and librarians on topics relating to Central and Eastern European history, literature, and culture:
Abolition of Serfdom in the Russian Empire, 1861-2011
CERES at 50
Chair at Thirty
30th Anniversary of the Chair in Ukrainian Studies at the University of Toronto .
Crime and Punishment at 150: Global Contexts
Exhibtion organized to mark the 150th anniversary of the publication of Fyodor M. Dostoevsky's novel Crime and Punishment (1866).
Eastern European Nobel Laureates in Literature, 1980-2015
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Edifices of Empire
Architecture of Austro-Hungary.
Intersection of Society and the Arts
The Soviet circus in the 1920s-1930s
A Guide to resources on Moscow Conceptualism and Sots-Art at the University of Toronto Libraries.
Oldest Universities of Central and Eastern Europe
Political and cultural histories of the oldest universities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Russian Revolution in Contemporary Opinion
Exhibition on contemporary reactions to the Russian Revolution (Oct.-Nov. 2017)
Women in History
An exhibition on female political leaders of Cenral and Eastern Europe.