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  1. Slavic Excursions: Essays on Russian and Polish Literature by Donald Davie, 1990-06-11
  2. The Life of Boris Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago (Stanford Slavic Studies)
  3. Choosing Slovakia: Slavic Hungary, the Czechoslovak Language and Accidental Nationalism (International Library of Political Studies) by Alexander Maxwell, 2009-10-15
  4. A Prehistory of Slavic: the Historical Phonology of Common Slavic by George Y. Shevelov, 1965
  5. The Slavic Name in History by, 2007-06-23
  6. The Martyred Princes Boris and Gleb: A Social-Cultural Study of the Cult and the Texts (Ucla Slavic Studies, Vol 19) by Gail Lenhoff, 1989-06-01
  7. Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Post-Soviet Culture (Studies in Slavic Literature, Culture, and Society, Vol 3) by Mikhail Epshtein, Alexander Genis, et all 1999-02
  8. The Learning and Teaching of Slavic Languages and Cultures by Olga Kagan, 2000-11-01
  9. The Bugarstica: A Bilingual Anthology of the Earliest Extant South Slavic Folk Narrative Song (Illinois Medieval Studies) by John S. Miletich, 1990-03-01
  10. Case and Aspect in Slavic (Oxford Linguistics) by Kylie Richardson, 2007-08-23
  11. Russian Literature and its Demons (Studies in Slavic Literature, Culture, and Society, V. 8)
  12. Toward a Philosophy of the Act (University of Texas Press Slavic Series) by M.M. Bakhtin, 1993
  13. Parameters of Slavic Aspect: A Cognitive Approach (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) by Stephen M. Dickey, 2000-06-01
  14. Slavic Sins of the Flesh: Food, Sex, and Carnal Appetite in Nineteenth-Century Russian Fiction (Becoming Modern: New Nineteenth-Century Studies) by Ronald D. LeBlanc, 2009-06-30

61. Slavic Department Language Programs
Courses in Hungarian language, literature and cinema.
Language Programs Croatian Estonian Finnish Hungarian Macedonian Polish Russian Serbian ...
Go to list of Hungarian Courses
Hungarian is spoken by ten and a half million inhabitants of present-day Hungary, about three million people in the neighbouring countries, and perhaps as many as an additional two million around the world. These figures make Hungarian, which is related to Finnish, Estonian, and Lappish, but virtually no other language in Europe, by far the largest minority language in a vast sea of Indo-European speakers. Hungarian studies at the University of Toronto are concerned with the language, literature, and culture of Hungary and with the international role of the country, including the particular problem of Hungarian immigration to Canada. Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
121 St. Joseph Street, Alumni Hall (AH), Rm. 429 ~ Toronto, Ontario ~ M5S 1J4

Directory of slavic government web sites.
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    63. Department Of Slavic Languages And Literatures
    The AATSEEL of the Carolinas conference, organized and hosted by UNCChapel Hillgraduate students in slavic Languages and Literatures, announces the program
    The AATSEEL of the Carolinas conference, organized and hosted by UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students in Slavic Languages and Literatures, announces the program for its 2003 session, to be held Saturday, March 1st, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Toy Lounge, Dey Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill. The Conference Program can be viewed at For more information, contact Biljana Belamaric-Wilsey, AATSEEL of the Carolinas President, at or Helen Halva, AATSEEL of the Carolinas Treasurer, at
    425 Dey Hall, CB# 3165
    University of North Carolina
    at Chapel Hill
    Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3165
    Department Chair Beth Holmgren Director of Graduate Studies Madeline G. Levine Director of Undergraduate Studies Christopher Putney Department Manager Glenda Thompson Painting: I. I. Mashkov. "Moscow. Miasnitskii District." 1912-1913. A. N. Radishchev Saratov State Museum of Art. Last updated 1 July 2002 UNC Home

    64. Slavic & East European Studies: Selected Internet Resources
    slavic East European Collections. Back to Top Top of this Page slavic EastEuropean Collections Home Page Yale University Library Yale University
    Selected Internet Resources
    Reading Cyrillic on the WWW
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    Other Libraries with Major Collections

    65. Slavic Treasures
    Official site with company information, online catalog and dealer locator.

    66. Russian Fairy Tales, Spring 1998: Pagan Gods
    List of Russian prechristian gods, taken from Linda Ivanits' Russian Folk Belief.
    Russian 0090: Russian Fairy Tales
    Russian Pagan Gods
    The following inventory and discussion of Russian pagan gods is taken from Linda Ivanits, Russian Folk Belief, Armonk: M. E. Sharpe, 1989. Russian words are transliterated according to the Library of Congress system , with the stressed vowel indicated by bold type . Numbers in parentheses are page references to Ivanits's book.
    D a zhbog
    sun god, also god of blessings and son of Svar o g; Iranian influence (13)
    Iar i lo
    minor god of male sexual potency (14); associated by Rybakov with s e mik
    Kh o rs
    sun god; Iranian influence (13)
    Kol ia da
    spirit of the winter solstice (14)
    K u palo
    spirit of the summer solstice, associated with K u palo's Day (June 24) (14)
    L a da, L a do
    variously thought to be the mother of L e l' and Pol e l', a god of the underworld and marriage, or not a deity at all (14); Rybakov considers her the goddess of spring and mother of L e lia (17)
    L e l'
    possibly the son of L a da and brother of Pol e l' (14)
    L e lia
    possibly the daughter of L a da (17)
    M a t' syr a zeml ia
    Moist Mother Earth, personification of the earth as a female deity (15)
    Mok o sh'
    only female deity included among Vladimir's idols, possibly associated with Moist Mother Earth (14); Rybakov associates her with fertility, bounty, mositure, women's work, the protection of maidens (16), October 28 (

    67. Slavic And East European Book Sources
    A list of over 80 slavic and East European bookstores around the world.Each entry slavic AND EAST EUROPEAN BOOK SOURCES. Compiled by
    Compiled by Jeff Holdeman , last updated August 31, 2002. (If you know of any bookstores that are missing from this list, please provide their names and as much information as possible in the following form FORMAT OF ENTRIES Name of bookstore
    Address of bookstore
    Telephone number
    Fax number
    E-mail address
    Website address
    Languages of subject matter (not languages the materials are published in)
    Types and subjects of materials: dictionaries, grammars, textbooks, technical reference books, literature, children's literature, literary criticism
    Media: books, cassettes, CDs, albums, videos, software
    Age of materials: new, used, out-of-print [*** in an entry designates unavailable information]
    On this page, there are three ways you might find the books you are looking for:
    New and used bookstores specializing in Slavic and East European materials
    Book search services
    "Mega-bookstores" with on-line searchable inventories
    NEW AND USED BOOKSTORES Academic Book Cooperative Londynska 8, 12000 Praha [Prague] 2, CZECH REPUBLIC

    68. Broadway - Slavic Village
    Presents neighborhood history, tour, map, census details, and community resources.

    69. The Ohio State University Slavic Department
    The Ohio State University Department of slavic and East European Languages andLiteratures offers courses in slavic and East European literatures, languages
    Search our site: This page is maintained by John M. Alley
    For information on site updates, click here

    70. • Slavic Languages
    French and Spanish crossword puzzles. slavic Languages • Profile. Ancient slavicLanguages. slavic Etymological Dictionary. East slavic Languages.
    About Store Register Contact ... More Slavic Languages Profile
    Ancient Slavic Languages
  • Slavic Etymological Dictionary
  • East Slavic Languages Belarusan Profile
  • English-Belarusan Dictionary Vesna Belarusan, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, English Dictionary Belarusan Language Books and Other Resources
  • For related Belarusan language resources see:
    Belarusan grammars, news, and fonts
    Russian Profile General Dictionaries Rambler's English-German-Russian Dictionaries (Win 1251)
    in the English-Russian Russian-English German-Russian Russian-German dictionary.
  • Sinyagin English-Russian Dictionary, Moscow

  • Elsewhere:
    Kiev Vladivostok ... Russian Pocket Electronic Dictionary Specialty Dictionaries
  • Anatomical Dictionary (Russian-Latin-Russian) Comprehensive Russian-English Computer Dictionary Consilium Medicum Medical Index Dictionary of Russian Biography ... Vocabulary of Transnational Crime (French-English-Russian)
  • Russian Dialects
  • Word List of Russian Criminal Argot (Russian)
  • For related Russian language resources see:
    Russian grammars, news, and fonts
    MORE LANGUAGES Ukrainian Profile
  • Dictionnaire français-ukrainien English-Ukrainian Online Dictionary
  • Ukrainian-English ... Vesna Belarusan, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, English Dictionary
  • 71. Cyrillic For Windows
    Type Russian or any other slavic language with an easyto-learn Cyrillic keyboard layout in Windows 95/98/ME or NT4/2000/XP.
    Get Five DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated
    Cyrillic for Windows
    Version 2.2 Home
    Cyrillic keyboard layout for Western users
    Microsoft's Cyrillic keyboard layouts are perfect for Cyrillic physical keyboards but what if you have a Western keyboard? You can download a keyboard layout from this site, designed for the U. S. keyboard. Contents Up
    How do you switch languages?
    Switch languages with the keyboard layout indicator on the Windows taskbar: Up Up
    How do you type Cyrillic?
    Most keys are mapped by sound or transliteration:
    Transliteration follows the orthographies of Slavic languages written with the Latin alphabet:
    Keys in red are mapped by shape:
    Well, some mappings are arbitrary but not completely. If the soft sign is mapped onto the ' key then it is logical to map the hard sign onto the ` key.
    Contents Up
    I believe this package to be safe but it is entirely your risk to download and use it. You can freely use and distribute it but you are not allowed to restrict the rights of others to freely use and distribute it.

    72. Slavic Languages And Literature - Princeton University
    site by Reference Education Princeton University Departments
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    73. Zivio!, South Slavic Folk Dance, Dayton, Ohio
    Recreational and performing South slavic folk dance group from Dayton, Ohio, sponsored by the Association of South slavic Peoples.
    Preserving the dance culture of
    Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia
    Zivio! is a folk dance group whose purpose is to preserve and present the
    folk culture (especially dance) of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia,
    Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. Zivio! is sponsored by the Association of South Slavic Peoples in Dayton, Ohio.
    Also known as the South Slavic Club, it is primarily a social organization with
    members of many nationalities who share an interest in the cultures of South Slavic
    Peoples. Both organizations are non-political and non-profit. Zivio!'s activities include adult amateur performances, classes in folk dancing,
    childrens classes and performing, public dance parties, and occasional folk
    dance workshops. Here is more information on Zivio! activities:


    75. Holiday Treasures 1-888-236-5777
    Offering a selection of current and retired Radko, Polonaise and slavic Treasure ornaments.


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    Discover Holiday Treasures and you'll find the most extensive selection of current and retired Blown Glass Ornaments in the Southeast. Notice of Availability

    slavic Interest Group. SCA SEIZES RUSSIA!! and the slavic Interest Group'sfounder, Paul Wickenden of Thanet, was there (front and center)!
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    Slavic Interest Group
    Welcome to the home page of the Slavic Interest Group (SIG), an information exchange for the study of Medieval history and culture in the Slavic world. Founded as a service for members of the Society for Creative Anachronism , this group provides information and resources to anyone. From this page, you are welcome to check out our:
    • MEMBERSHIP LIST see who we are and drop us a line.
    • NEWSLETTERS read our quarterly newsletter, Slovo
    • ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY a list of published resources recommended by members of the Interest Group.
    • KNOWLEDGE PAGES a series of pages devoted to geographically-specific areas.
    • LINKS a list of links to the people of SIG and a selected list of interest-related sites.
    • SCA SEIZES RUSSIA!! and the Slavic Interest Group's founder, Paul Wickenden of Thanet, was there (front and center)!
    • JOIN US if you like what you see, consider joining the Group. Membership is free.
    • JOIN OUR ON-LINE DISCUSSION GROUP we also have an on-line discussion group, SIG-list.

    This page is maintained by Paul Goldschmidt and was last revised on June 4, 2000.

    77. Program In Slavic And East European Languages And Literatures

    78. Slavic Languages And Literatures At The University Of Chicago
    * slavic * Russian * Ukrainian * Czech * Polish * Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian* Bulgarian * Macedonian * Old Church Slavonic *. Graduate slavic Society
    var page = "slavblok.html"; var windowprops = "width=560,height=520,location=no,toolbar=no,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=no"; var pop =, "", windowprops, true);; * SLAVIC * Russian * Ukrainian * Czech * Polish * Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian * Bulgarian * Macedonian * Old Church Slavonic * * BALTIC * Lithuanian * * BALKAN * Albanian * Romani * * CAUCASIAN * Georgian * Lak * Contents Courses Undergraduate Program Alumni Biographies Library Resources ... Join our mailing list!
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    Where does meaning reside in language?
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    6th Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop
    Fri, May 2, 2003
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    please contact:
    Slavic Languages and Literatures
    The University of Chicago
    1130 E. 59th St., Foster 406
    Chicago, IL 60637 PHONE: (773) 702-8033 FAX: (773) 702-7030 EMAIL: SECRETARY: Kerolann Haslam Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures offers courses in Russian, Czech, Polish, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Macedonian, and Bulgarian. In addition to these Slavic languages, other languages of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are available (Georgian, Yiddish, Lithuanian, Albanian, Lak, Romani). Literature and culture courses are regularly offered with significant strength in Russian literature, Polish literature, and Czech literature. ( More information...

    79. Yale Russian Chorus Online
    A tenorbass a cappella choral ensemble specializing in sacred and secular slavic choral music. Yale, Connecticut, USA.
    Yale Russian Chorus Welcome to the Yale Russian Chorus Online HISTORY MERCHANDISE ORDER MEMBERS PICTURES CONTACT News and Updates: March 28, 2003 3:30 PM, Pierson College Master's House, Yale University Yale Russian Chorus Alumni Master's Tea Around 20 YRC Alumni will be speaking at a Master's Tea hosted by Master Harvey Goldblatt in Pierson College. March 29, 2003 8:00 PM, Pierson College Dining Hall, Yale University Yale Russian Chorus Alumni Concert Following the previous day's Master's Tea, there will be a Yale Russian Chorus Alumni Concert in the Pierson Dining Hall as well as discussion about the upcoming 50th anniversary events for the Chorus. 2003 Yale University 50th Anniversary Celebration for the Yale Russian Chorus! The Yale Russian Chorus invites you to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the chorus. Events commemorating this anniversary will be posted on the website. Also look forward to several exciting Fall 2003 events for the Yale Russian Chorus. April 11, 2003 8:00 PM, Dwight Hall Chapel, Yale University Yale Russian Chorus Spring Campus Concert The Yale Russian Chorus will be performing its unique and exciting repertoire of music on April 11, 2003 at 7:30 PM at Dwight Hall Chapel on Old Campus at Yale University. Come enjoy a night of wonderful music!!

    80. Slavic Fonts And Keyboards
    slavic fonts and keyboard drivers for Macintosh and Windows.
    AATSEEL Home Slavic fonts and keyboard drivers Comments and inquiries welcome. Last modified : Friday, 06-Dec-2002 12:43:47 EST

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