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Slavic and East European Film Collection at Harvard : a research guide

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The Slavic division has published a research guide Slavic and East European film collection at Harvard. It describes and provides access to Harvard’s Slavic and East European film collection, which includes over 3000 Slavic and Baltic-language films of various genres on DVD, videocassette, and film print. The guide is available on the Harvard Library LibGuides platform and offers the following:

  • A list of strategies for searching/browsing for Slavic/East European films in Harvard’s online library catalog HOLLIS as well as gaining access to these films outside Harvard
  • A note on the libraries where Slavic films at Harvard are physically held
  • A list of salient reference sources pertaining to each geographical/language area as well as general resources on the cinema of Eastern Europe
  • A complete inventory (current as of July 2015) of Slavic films currently held at Harvard presented as a downloadable Excel document.

The research for the guide was completed primarily by Svetlana Rukhelman []. Additional information and editing provided by Anna Rakityanskaya.


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