Subject guide: Russian

Welcome to the library’s subject guide for Russian studies.

Resources for finding books and articles

  • Google Scholar 
    NB The search service contains not only scholarly literature but also many non-scholarly sources and dishonest journals. Consequently, you should check that sources are scholarly and that articles are not from blacklisted journals in Cabells – Predatory Reports. To get access to full-text articles in the library’s journal subcriptions, you must activate a library link (See Activate library links in Google Scholar).
    A national search service providing information on titles held by Swedish university and research libraries.
  • Linguistics Collection
    Database collection for literature on linguistics and language-related disciplines. The collection searches simultaneously in the databases Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts and Linguistics Database.
  • Summon
    In this search service you find Dalarna University Library's printed books, e-books and journal articles. You also find books and articles that are not part of the library's collection. 
  • WorldCat
    Search for material held at more than 10,000 libraries worldwide.

Resources for finding student theses

  • DiVA
    Find full-text theses and other scholarly works submitted at Dalarna University.
    Search for full-text theses submitted at Swedish universities.

Encyclopedias and dictionaries

  • Britannica Academic
    The database includes Encyclopædia Britannica and Merriam-Webster (dictionary and thesaurus), among other things.
  • Reverso
    English-Russian and Russian-English online dictionary.

More resources

    Russian Internet bookstore.
  • Ruslania
    Internet bookstore for Russian literature.
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