LIS 530C: Fall 2006

Russian, East European & Eurasian

Bibliography & Research Methods:

Session 8:

Russian/Slavic Language/Literatures

Session Description    |    Session Requirements    |    Session Presentation   

~ Session 8 Description ~

Resources for Russian/ Slavic language, literature, and folklore (print and digital)

~ Session 8 Requirements & Other Materials ~

Required Reading  |  Additional Readings  |  Other Assignments 

Required Reading

Author Date Title
Peschio, Joe; Pil'shchikov, Igor; Vigurskii, Konstantin 2005 "Academic Digital Libraries Russian Style: An Introduction to the Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and Folkore." Slavic & East European Information Resources 6. nos.2/3 (2005): 45-63 (available online)


Additional Readings

Author Date Title
Nedashkivska, Alla 2002

"Communicating with the Press: Genderlects in Ukrainian," Canadian Slavonic Papers = Revue canadienne des slavistes 44, issue 1-2 (2002): 97-124. "Analyzes the communication in the Ukrainian press from the perspective of gender linguistics, determining differences and similarities between females and males, exploring questions of genderlects in the language. It is argued that the language of the two genders is sensitive to situational use and the speaker's perception of the addressee's identity." (available online)

Other Assignments



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