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Czech and Slovak Newspaper and Periodical Sources

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Often an important step in obtaining articles important to your research is verifying the bibliographic information for the newspaper or journal titles in which these articles appear. An example of this is a common journal title such as Slovo. If you take an article citation to an Interlibrary Loan office for a title called Slovo without any more information, you may have your request delayed or returned to you unfilled because of confusion as to which Slovo is the correct one. There are numerous Slavic language titles called Slovo. By providing even one more piece of information to the Interlibrary Loan staff, such as the place of publication, you greatly increase your chances of getting the desired article in a timely fashion.

Or, perhaps you need to know what titles a certain corporate body produced or who was the editor of a particular journal at a particular time. Maybe you would like to know which Czech or Slovak periodical publications were active on an annual basis or in a certain region. This task can be quite daunting and no one source will give you all the information, but using the sources listed in this section is a good place to start for the answers to it and to the other questions mentioned above.

It is important to keep in mind that all the works listed below that relied on the results of depository laws as their basis for compilation have a caveat in their prefaces that either the laws were not fully functional at that time or that publishers were unfamiliar with the laws or ignored them. This means that none of the sources are truly comprehensive. Bibliographic coverage of periodicals is spotty for Czech, thus for information on periodicals you must take advantage of non-traditional sources such as encyclopedias. Many Czech encyclopedias have entries for periodical titles and organizations. For example, under the entry for Casopis katolickeho duchoventsva in the Masarykuv slovnik naucny can be found the names of the various editors of the title, when and by whom it was founded, information about the index to the title, and even the main focus of the journal. See the page entitled Czech/Slovak Encyclopedias for descriptions of major Czech and Slovak encyclopedias including the Masarykuv. The Slovak situation is more complete due to a series of retrospective bibliographies, which are described below. Please also keep in mind that many of the sources listed below will be in Czech, but will also provide coverage of Slovak titles. In the annotations we will highlight in pink the languages or regions each resource covers.

Besides the bibliographies listed below, there are many online sources that can provide bibliographic information about Czech and Slovak periodicals such as WorldCat and RLIN, two large bibliographic utilities, or online library catalogs from various major libraries including those of the Czech National Library and the Slovak National Library. But other western sources can be extremely helpful such as Ulrich's international periodicals directory which will give bibliographic and publisher's information as well as telling you where the contents of a periodical title is indexed.

For online journals and newspapers try using a media portal site that arranges the titles by country such as Kidon Media-link or the newspaper section of The Internet Public Library. Internet subject directories and search engines will generate lists of newspapers, journals, and e-zines. For example, for Czech you could search Seznam under the heading "Zpravodajstvi" and for Slovak Zoznam under the heading "Spravodajstvo a media."

Included at the end of this section are indexes for articles in newspaper and periodical sources.

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Bibliographies of Periodical Bibliographies

Soupis bibliografii novin a casopisu vydavanych na uzemi Ceskoslovenske Republiky.

Malec, Karel. Praha: Orbis, 1959. 216 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.0105 M29s

With almost 1,000 titles cited, this bibliography lists bibliographies of periodicals and newspapers that were published in the territory of the Czech Lands, Subcarpathian Rus', or Slovakia. The bibliographies may be published as monographs or journal articles. The citations are arranged by region and also by publication dates. There are also sections for regional bibliographies, bibliographies of periodicals based on subject areas, and Czech and Slovak periodicals published abroad. Many of the entries are annotated. There is an index of names and a chronological index. See the entries below which appear in the subject section under the heading of "Children's Literature."

entries which appear in the subject section under the heading of "Children's Literature"

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Bibliographies of Czech Periodicals

Casopisectvi v Cechach 1650-1847.

Laiske, Miroslav. Praha: Narodni Knihovna v Praze, 1959.
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1959 no.45-54, zvl. sesit # 6 [bound together with Ceske knihy]

Covering the years 1650-1847, this bibliography presents citations for newspapers, journals, and calendars that were published in Bohemia and Moravia regardless of language. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title. Entries are brief giving full publication information, but at the end of each citation are abbreviations that represent libraries in the Czech Republic that have the title and show their holdings. There is a list of sources used to compile the bibliography, a chronological index, an index by place of publication, and indexes for names and subjects. See the image below for a calendar published in Cheb and Karlovy Vary.

calendar published in Cheb and Karlovy Vary

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Another source that covers periodicals from this early time period (to 1846) is Jungmann's famous bibliography entitled Historie literatury ceske and its supplement which are described on the Czech/Slovak National Bibliography page.

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entry for Pokrok hospodarskyCasopisectvo v Cechach v letech 1848-62.

Roubik, Frantisek. Praha: Nakladem vydavatelstva Ducha novin, 1930. 207 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 077 R75c

This bibliography covers newspapers and periodicals published in Bohemia regardless of language that were active at some point between 1848-1862. Entries provide title, dates of publication, frequency, publisher, circulation and subscription numbers, and abbreviations of libraries in the Czech Republic that hold the titles. The entries are arranged by place of publication, with the first and largest section being Prague. The bibliography opens with a bibliographic essay on periodicals in Bohemia during 1848 and a bibliography of works about Czech journalism and periodicals. At the end of the book are fold-out charts and tables illustrating various topics such as listing journals by subject area. There is an index of publishers. See the entry on the right for Pokrok hospodarsky.

 

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entry for the the title Nove proudyBibliografie casopisectva v Cechach z let 1863-1895.

Roubik, Frantisek. Praha: Nakladem Ceske Akademie Ved a Umeni, 1936. 319 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 R75b

This bibliography, a continuation of the title above, covers newspapers and periodicals published in Bohemia and Moravia regardless of language that were active at some point between 1863 and 1895. The entries contain the following information for each title: publication place, publisher, editor, frequency, beginning and ending dates, and title changes if any. Unfortunately, the titles are not annotated. For some titles the size of the print run is available and is indicated by the abbreviation nkl. Other interesting features are an introductory article on the development of journalism in the Czech Lands, a short bibliography on journalism in the Czech Lands, and a table that illustrates the development of periodicals by subject and language (Czech vs. German) for the time period covered by the bibliography. Abbreviations in some of the entries indicate which library in Prague holds the title. Entries are arranged alphabetically by title. There are indexes for personal names and subjects. See the entry above left for the the title Nove proudy.

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Soupis ceskych a slovenskych soucasne vychazejicich casopisuv v zemich Koruny Ceske, Vidni, Nemecku, Rusku a v Americe s ukazatelem mist a odboru, jakoz i statistikou.

Nosovsky, Karel. Praha: Nakladem Vlastnim, 1909. 151 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 N84s
HathiTrust full-text link: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015032121967

This bibliography covers Czech and Slovak newspapers and periodicals that were active in 1908-09. The compiler used publishers' catalogs and title lists from the collections of several societies to gather the data. The entries contain the following information for each title: publication place, publisher, editor, frequency, and the issues that were published in 1908-09. There are, however, no annotations for the titles and no information on the size of circulation. An interesting feature of this bibliography is the table of statistics based on its contents that breaks down the number of titles by country and by subject. The entries are arranged alphabetically by the first significant word in the title. Unfortunately, the compiler's idea of significant is not necessarily what the American librarian would consider significant, e.g. Ceskoslovensky drogista is under D. There are indexes for publication place and subject. See the entry below for Cesky Gardista.

entry for Cesky Gardista

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For periodicals published from 1901-1925 see also Soupis ceskoslovenske literatury za leta 1901-1925 which is annotated on the Czech/Slovak National Bibliography page.

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Soupis Moravskych novin a casopisu z let 1848-1918. +

Prispevek k soupisu Moravskych novin a casopisu z let 1848-1918.

Wurmova, Milada. Brno: Krajske Nakladatelstvi v Brne, 1955. 94 p.
Laiske, Miroslav. Praha: Narodni knihovna v Praze, 1959.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.07372 W96s
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 no.45-54, zvl. ses. # 3 [bound together with Ceske knihy]

The bibliography and its supplement cover newspapers and journals published in Moravia from 1848-1918. It includes both Czech and German language titles. Citations are arranged alphabetically by title in both pieces and contain brief data on the periodical such as full title, place of publication, dates of publication, and symbols to show which libraries in the Czech Republic hold the title. There are indexes for place of publication and subjects. The supplement also has a list of sources used to compile the bibliography. See the sample entries below.

a sample entry for Soupis Moravskych novin a casopisu z let 1848-1918

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entry for the title "Slezskym detem"Bibliografie novin a casopisu na Morave a ve Slezsku v letech 1918-1945.

Kubicek, Jaromir. Brno: Statni vedecka knihovna, 1989. 444 p. (Bibliografie a prameny k vyvoji Moravy ; 16).
UIUC Call Number: 016.05786 K9512b

Kubicek's bibliography covers Moravian and Silesian newspapers and journals published between 1918 and 1945 regardless of the language of publication. Entries are arranged alphabetically by title and contain the following information: full title, dates and place of publication, publisher, title changes, frequency, and a union listing showing which libraries or archives in the Czech Republic hold the title, their call numbers and sometimes their holdings. There are indexes for names, places and publishers, and subject/chronology. See the entry on the left for the title Slezskym detem.

 

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Bibliograficky katalog casopisectva Republiky Ceskoslovenske za rok 1920.

Praha: Josef Springer, 1921. 243 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference + Main Stacks A057 B471

If you are looking for periodicals in Czechoslovakia regardless of language of publication or Czech and Slovak language periodicals published abroad that appeared during 1920, use this bibliography. Entries are arranged alphabetically by title and contain full titles, publisher information, cost, and the issues that appeared in 1920. There are indexes for names, places of publication, and subjects. There is also a list of periodicals that ceased in 1920. See the image below for a few titles that begin with the letter K.

a few titles that begin with the letter K

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Bibliograficky katalog. Cast 2. Casopisy a jine periodicke publikace z roku 1929.

Praha: Nakl. narodni a universitni knihovny, 1930.
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.437 B4712 1929

This bibliography was issued as part of the 1929 issue of the Bibliograficky katalog, the Czechoslovak national bibliography of the time. It contains entries for newspaper and periodical titles regardless of language published in Czechoslovakia in the year 1929. The entries contain the following information for each title: publication place, publisher, editor, frequency, and which issues were published in this year. There are no annotations and no information on the size of circulation. Entries are arranged by the first noun of the title, e.g. Ceska advokacie is under A. There are both systematic and alphabetical subject indexes as well as indexes by publication place, editors and publishers. See the image below for two sample entries.

sample entries for Bibliograficky katalog

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Soupis moravskych casopisu do r. 1945 ve fondech SVKOL.

Olomouc: STVOL, 1965. 2 vols. (Publikace Statni vedecke knihovny v Olomouci cis. 10/1965).
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.05786 Ol7s v.1-2

The Statni vedecka knihovna v Olomouci (SVKOL) has published this list of all of their pre-1945 Moravian newspapers and journals regardless of publication language and included their holdings for these titles. Titles are listed alphabetically, but there is a combined subject-publication place index in volume 2. Entries provide titles, dates of publication, and SVKOL's holdings. Sometimes there is a statement of the general subject orientation of the periodical. The bibliography includes over 2300 titles. See the entry below for the title Nove selske listy and its supplement Slavia.

entry for the title "Nove selske listy"

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entry left for the title "Haus und Grund"Soupis legalnich novin, casopisu a urednich vestniku v Ceskych zemich z let 1939-1945.

Pasak, Tomas. Praha: Univerzita Karlova, 1980. 441 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.0737 P26s

If you are looking for journals or newspapers published by one of the Ministries or other organizations during the German occupation of Bohemia and Moravia from 1939-1945, this bibliography will be helpful. It contains titles on a variety of subjects, not just legal matters, for the organizations themselves had different areas of responsibility or interest. For example, there are publications from the Office of hydrology and hydrotechnology as well as ones from Musejni spolek in Jicin. In total there are 2218 periodicals described in this bibliography. Entires are arranged alphabetically by title and provide the following information: full title, place and dates of publication, publisher, printer, frequency, size, and union listing to show which libraries or archives in the Czech Republic hold the titles. The volume opens with a long introductory article on periodical publishing under Nazi occupation and it ends with some statistics as well as with indexes for subject, place of publication, periodicals published by German or other foreign institutions, and a list of German and Czech variants for geographic locations encountered in this bibliography. Unfortunately, there is no index of publishers or organizations. See the entry above left for the title Haus und Grund.

 

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entry for the journal "Boj o novou vesnici"Soupis casopisu stredoceskeho kraje 1945-1965.

Maresova, Marie. Praha: Statni knihovna CSSR, 1968. 223 p. (Bibliograficky katalog CSSR - Zvlastni sesit ; 5).
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.05786 M33S

This bibliography covers Czech newspapers and journals published in the Central Czech region from 1945-65. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title and contain the following information: full title, publisher, place of publication, frequency, size, price, and a list of all issues published during this time period. There are indexes for names of editors and for places. See the entry on the left for the journal Boj o novou vesnici.

 

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entry for the title "Vlastecke noviny"Soupis casopisu jihoceskeho kraje 1945-1965.

Vachtova, Jarmila. Praha: Statni knohovna CSR, 1970. 197 p. (Bibliograficky katalog CSSR- Zvlastni sesit ; 4).
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.05786 V13S

This bibliography covers Czech newspapers and journals published in the Southern Czech region from 1945-65. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title and contain the following information: full title, publisher, place of publication, frequency, size, price, and a list of all issues published during this time period. There are indexes for names of editors and for places. See the entry on the left for the title Vlastecke noviny.

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entry for the journal "Tep elektry"Bibliografie periodik Jihomoravskeho kraje 1945-1965.

Kubicek, Jaromir. Brno: Universitni knihovna-Musejni spolek, 1975. 396 p. (Bibliografie a prameny k vyvoji Moravy ; 2).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 K951b

Making use of major Czech libraries, bibliographies, archives and other sources, the compilers of this bibliography attempt to provide a comprehensive list of all Southern Moravian periodical publications from 1945-1965. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title and include title, place of publication, publisher, frequency, size, prices, dates of publication, and a list of every issue published during that time period. There is also a union listing component which shows which libraries in the Czech Republic hold the title. A separate section is provided for titles whose existence was verified in bibliographies, but whose issues have not yet been located and examined by the compilers. The subject index at the back has a general outline of the subject arrangement and then a complete list of all the titles given in that arrangement. There are indexes for editors and place of publication. See the entry on the right for the journal Tep elektry.

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Soupis casopisectva za rok 1951.

Praha: Narodni knihovna v Praze, 1951. 201 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 So84 1951

Issued by the National Library in Prague, this bibliography contains entries for periodicals regardless of language that were published during 1950 in Czechoslovakia and that were received by the National Museum Library on legal deposit. The entries contain the following information for each title: publication place, publisher, editor, frequency, and which issues were published in this year. There are no annotations and no information on the size of circulation. Entries are arranged alphabetically by title. Newspapers and journals are listed together. There is a list of regional newspapers, of titles that ceased in 1950, and of title changes as well as indexes for subject, publication place, editors and publishers. See the entry below for the title Pojistny obzor.

entry for the title "Pojistny obzor"

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Noviny a casopisy v ceskych krajich.

Praha: Statni knihovna CSR, 1953-75.
UIUC Call Numbers: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 N858 1967-75
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1967 Special issue 3-1965-67
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1965 Special issue 6-1963-65
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1963 Special issue 5-1960-63
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1961 Special issue 1-1959-60
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1960 Special issue 4-1958-59
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1958 Special issue 2-1955-57
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1955 Special issue 1-1954-55
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1954 Special issue 1-1953
Main Stacks 015.437 B4714 1953 Special issue 1-1952


This bibliography of serial titles was published from 1953-1975 as one of the sub-series of the national bibliography. Like the sources listed above it provides citations for periodicals and newspapers without annotations that were published in a particular year in Czech. Some Slovak titles are also included. The information is gathered from Czech periodical and newspaper issues received on legal deposit by the Library of the National Museum and supplemented by titles from the National Library. The entries contain the following information for each title: publication place, publisher, editor, frequency, and which issues were published in this year. There is no information on the size of circulation. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title with both newspapers and journals listed together. There are lists of new titles, title changes, and titles that ceased for each year, and indexes for subject and publication place. This section of the national bibliography ceased with the 1974/75 issue. For periodical coverage beginning in 1989 see the Czech National Bibliography on CD-ROM, section "Periodika vydavana na uzemi CR." There is a gap in bibliographic coverage for Czech periodicals from 1976-88. See the image below for some entries that appear in the 1974-75 volume.

entries that appear in the 1974-75 volume

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Brnenske noviny a casopisy od doby nejstarsi az do roku 1975.

Kubicek, Jaromir; Simecek, Zdenek. Brno: Universitni knihovna, 1976. 594 p. (Bibliografie mesta Brna ; sv. 2 / Bibliografie a prameny k vyvoji Moravy ; sv. 3).
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 057.86 K95b

The introductory materials to this bibliography span almost 200 pages and cover the development of periodical publishing in Brno from the the 18th century to the latter half of the 20th. The bibliography itself presents the periodicals in alphabetical order by title and gives the following information for each: full title, place and dates of publication, frequency, publisher and union listing to show which libraries and archives in the Czech Republic hold the title and sometimes even gives their holdings. There are indexes for publisher and subject. The subject index also indicates which titles were published in Czech and which in German. See the entry below for Policejni pes.

entry for "Policejni pes"

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entry that appears first in the section entitled "Social and Historical Sciences."Prehled periodickeho tisku v CR v roce 1990.

Mala, Dagmar. Praha: Narodni knihovna v Praze, 1991. 3 vols.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 P914 v.1-3

For periodicals published in the Czech Republic during 1990, this source is quite comprehensive because its compilation is based on an internal list from the Ministry of Culture of all periodicals registered under a federal press law. The titles are grouped by subject. The information provided in each entry includes title, place of publication, publisher, and frequency. The third volume has indexes for titles, publishers, and places of publications, as well as a table of contents. Some Czech-language titles published in Slovakia are included. See the entry on the left that appears first in the section entitled "Social and Historical Sciences."

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For more recent titles (after 1990) you have to use online catalogs, online bibliographic utilities, or the Czech National Bibliography on CD-ROM which is described immediately below. Note that the entire contents of the CD-ROM is now available for free on the Czech National Library website. The search functions are mostly the same as those on the CD-ROM.

Ceska narodni bibliografie. On CD-ROM.

Prague, 1993- .
UIUC Call Number: Uncataloged. Slavic Librarian's desk. Latest is 3/2002
URL: http://aip.nkp.cz/index.htm

The Czechs have ceased publishing paper copies of all sections of their national bibliography and instead are issuing that information on quarterly CD-ROM's and have just recently made the databases available on the Internet for free. With the electronic versions the researcher can take advantage of the many access points and limiting features that database searching provides. Installation of the CD-ROM is simple and there is a choice between a Czech or an English language interface. The choice of language interface occurs with the Internet version as well. Regardless of the interface, Czech fonts should be used for the best search results. Each successive CD-ROM issue is cumulative and each one contains more and more retrospective entries as well.

The CD-ROM interface opens two frames, the left with a browsable list of the entire contents of the database that appears to be in random order and the right with the first record displayed. Note that what appears to be a simple title search is really a keyword search of all the words in the title. What is presented as a keyword search is really a type of subject heading search, for the Czech catalogers assigned the keywords to the records. See the User's Manual available under the Help menu for the numerous search possibilities. The issue from 3/2000 also has a user's manual in English and Czech in .pdf format. The web-version also has a help section. For a full description of all the sections available see the main entry for the CD-ROM on the Czech and Slovak National Bibliography page in this course. What follows is a description of just the sections for periodicals and articles.

Clanky v ceskych novinach, casopisech a sbornicich (Articles in Czech newspapers, journals and anthologies): 1989- present. There is no coverage for the contents of local or company periodicals, children's and youth periodicals. Medical, technical, sports coverage is incomplete. It does include book reviews. This part of the database is searchable by author, title, title of source, keyword, etc. UIUC has paper copies of the Clanky title. See the annotation below for more information on holdings and call numbers. This section is available on the Czech National Library website.

Periodika vydavana na uzemi CR (Periodicals published in the Czech Republic): 1989- present. It includes only those titles received at the National Library through legal deposit. The language of coverage is Czech or any other language published in the Czech Republic. Coverage is not complete due to sketchy compliance with depository laws. This part of the database is searchable by title, previous and subsequent titles, subject, keyword, publisher, etc. This section is available on the Czech National Library website. See the image below for a record from the "Periodika" section of the Internet version.

a record from the "Periodika" section of the Internet version

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Bibliographies of Slovak Periodicals

Bibliografia slovenskych novin a casopisov do roku 1918.

Bibliografia inorecovych novin a casopisov na Slovensku do roku 1918.

Potemra, Michal. Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1958 and 1963. 145 p. and 818 p. (Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 Sl58 v.1a
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 Sl58 v.1bentry for the title Slovacke novini

The year 1705 marks the inception of Slovak journalism when the first newspaper, Mercurius Hungaricus, was published in Latin, but it was not until 1783 when a newspaper appeared that was published in Slovak, Presspurske noviny. Thus, this retrospective bibliography of newspapers and journals from Slovakia in the Slovak language begins its coverage with 1783. This is the first volume of a large retrospective Slovak bibliography of periodicals compiled and published by Matica slovenska. It aims for complete coverage. An introductory essay traces the development Slovak journalism and incorporates discussions of the serial titles in lieu of annotations. Two valuable features are a chronological index of titles that shows every title published in a particular year and the union listing that indicates the libraries that hold the titles. The second volume mentioned above covers newspapers and journals from Slovakia in languages other than Slovak and complements the first volume discussed in this entry. The features of the two are the same including the extensive introductory essay, which for the second volume is on the development of foreign language journalism in Slovakia.

The entries are arranged alphabetically by title into 4 sections: the main section of Slovak titles from Slovakia, and smaller sections for titles partly in Slovak, Slovak-Hungarian titles, titles that were part of the First Czechoslovak resistance movement published abroad from 1904-1918, and handwritten titles. The entries include information on publisher, frequency, editors, and volume numbers. There are indexes for place of publication, names, and chronology. See the entry on the right for the title Slovacke novini which appears in the first volume.

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Bibliografia slovenskych a inorecovych novin a casopisov z rokov 1919-1938.

Kipsova, Maria. Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1968. 1074 p. (Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 Sl58 v.2

This retrospective bibliography of newspapers and journals from Slovakia regardless of language begins its coverage where the works listed above left off, with 1919. This is the second volume of a large retrospective Slovak bibliography of periodicals compiled and published by Matica slovenska. It aims for complete coverage. An introductory essay traces the development of newspapers and journals in Slovakia for the years 1919-1938 with particular emphasis on politics. Two valuable features are a chronological table of titles that shows every title published in a particular year arranged by subject and the union listing which indicates the libraries that hold the titles. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title in 3 sections, the Slovak titles from Slovakia, foreign language titles published in Slovakia, and titles that the compilers were able to verify but not actually see in person. The entries include information on publisher, frequency, editors, and volume numbers. There are indexes for place of publication, names, publishers, printers, and chronology. See the entry below for the title Das Urteil which appeared in Bratislava in 1936.

entry for the title "Das Urteil"

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Bibliografia periodik na Slovensku v rokoch 1939-1944.

Bibliografia novin a casopisov vychadzajucich na Slovensku v rokoch 1945-1960.

Bibliografia casopisov a novin vychadzajucich na Slovensku v rokoch 1961-65.

Bibliografia novin a casopisov vychadzajucich na Slovensku v rokoch 1966-1970.

Fedor, Michal. Balunova, Melania. Janu, Marta. Babikova, Anna. Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1969, 1995, 1971, and 1997. 550 p., 1286 p., 366 p. and 445 p. (Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 Sl58 v.3
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 B219b
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 J26b
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05787 B117b

These retrospective bibliographies of newspapers and journals from Slovakia regardless of language begin their coverage where the work listed above left off, with 1938 and provide coverage through 1970. These are the third, fourth and fifth volumes (and an unnumbered one) of a large retrospective Slovak bibliography of periodicals compiled and published by Matica slovenska. It aims for complete coverage. Introductory essays in the volumes for 1939-1944 and 1945-60 trace the development of newspapers and journals in Slovakia for those years. A valuable feature of these works is the union listing which indicates the libraries that hold the titles. The first title has a large chronological table of titles grouped by subject. No annotations are included. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title and include information on publisher, frequency, editors, and volume numbers. There are indexes for place of publication and names. The volumes for 1939-1944, 1945-60, and 1966-1970 have several additional indexes. See the entry below for Slovenske ovocinarstvo which appears in the volume that covers 1945-1960.

entry for "Slovenske ovocinarstvo"

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Bibliografia almanachov, roceniek a zbornikov na Slovensku 1919-1944.

Bibliografia almanachov, roceniek a zbornikov na Slovensku 1945-1965.

Kovacicova, Eva. Stvrtecky, Stefan. Schlenkerova, Katarina. Martin: Matica slovenska, 1991 and 1995. (Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika). 296 p. and 430 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.03787 K849b + 016.03787 K849b 1995

These retrospective bibliographies of almanacs, yearbooks, and anthologies from Slovakia regardless of language provide coverage from 1919 through 1965. They were issued as part of a large retrospective Slovak bibliography of periodicals compiled and published by Matica slovenska. It aims for complete coverage. Besides Slovak titles and foreign language titles published on Slovak territory, they also include Ukrainian and Hungarian titles published after 1918 in Bohemia and Moravia that were intended for these minority groups living in Slovakia. Introductory essays in both volumes survey the development of these genres in Slovakia for those years. A valuable feature of these works is the union listing which indicates the libraries that hold the titles. Entries are arranged alphabetically and include full title, authorship, imprint, size, and a brief annotation. There are indexes for names, places, publishers, and printers. There is also a chronological subject index. See the entry below which shows the data for the first volume of Slovensky kras. The data for the other 5 published volumes of this title appear span two pages in the bibliography so they are not reproduced here due to space considerations.

entry which shows the data for the first volume of "Slovensky kras"

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Bibliografia slovenskych a inorecovych kalendarov 1701-1965.

Kipsova, Maria et al. Martin: Matica slovenska, 1984. 816 p. (Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.5294 B471

Issued as part of a large retrospective Slovak bibliography of periodicals compiled and published by Matica slovenska, this bibliography of calendars from the territory of Slovakia or in Slovak (calendars in this sense are a genre of periodical) provides coverage from 1701 through 1965. It aims for complete coverage. The titles are arranged into two sections, the first for Slovak calendars and the second for calendars in other languages. Within each section the titles are given alphabetically. Entries provide full bibliographic data for each volume and symbols to indicate which libraries hold the items in question. There are indexes for names, places, publishers, and printers. Illustrations and a chronology of titles appear at the end of the work. One of the outstanding features of the retrospective bibliography series is the detailed bibliographic essays that serve as introductions. This volume's essay is almost 100 pages long. See the image below for a Hungarian calendar entitled Honti Naptar from the Slovak-Hungarian border town of Sahy (Ipolysag).

a Hungarian calendar entitled "Honti Naptar"

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Katalog Slovenskych a na Slovensku vychadzajucich novin a casopisov v rokoch 1945-1971 vo fondoch Statnej vedeckej kniznice v Kosiciach.

Katalog Slovenskych a na Slovensku vychadzajucich novin a casopisov vo fondoch SVK v Kosiciach za roky 1972-1980.

Kosice: Statna vedecka kniznica v Kosiciach, 1974 + 1982. 3 vols. + 205 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 011.34094373 St29k V.1-3 + Main Stacks 016.05787 K155

The Statna vedecka kniznice in Kosice has produced this list of Slovak newspapers and journals published from 1945-1980 that are held in their library and provided their holdings information. The entries are arranged alphabetically by title and provide full title, place of publication, publisher, and SVK's holdings. There is a geographical index in the thrid volume of the first bibliographyand in the second bibliography as well. The second bibliography also has a subject index. See the entry below for the title Inbul.

entry for the title "Inbul"

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entry for the title "Etnologia Slavica"Slovenska narodna bibliografia. Supis periodik a zbornikov vychadzajucich na Slovensku v roku 1971.

Martin: Matica slovenska, 1975.
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.05787 Sl582 1971

550 newspaper and periodical titles and 262 anthologies published in Slovakia in the year 1971 are presented in this bibliography. The citations are arranged alphabetically by title within two sections: periodicals and anthologies. The anthologies section also contains calendars and yearbooks. The entries provide the following information: Full title, frequency, size, place of publication, publisher, printer, and issues published in 1971. Some also have a brief annotation of content. There are indexes for place of publication, publishers, printers, periodicity, and subjects. See the entry on the right for the title Etnologia Slavica.

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Slovenska narodni bibliografie. On CD-ROM.

Martin: Slovenska narodna kniznica, 1997- .
UIUC Call Number: Uncataloged. Slavic Librarian's desk. Latest is 3/2002

The Slovaks are publishing a quarterly CD-ROM version of their national bibliography in addition to the paper format. With the CD-ROM the researcher can take advantage of the many access points and limiting features that database searching provides. Installation is simple, but the instructions and interface are only in Slovak. Slovak fonts should be used for the best search results. Each successive CD-ROM issue is cumulative and each one contains more and more retrospective entries as well.

The interface opens two frames, the left with a browsable list of the entire contents of the database that appears to be in random order and the right with the first record displayed. Note that what appears to be a simple title search is really a keyword search of all the words in the title. What is presented as a keyword search is really a type of subject heading search, for the Slovak catalogers assigned the keywords to the records. Some help (in Slovak) is available under the pull-down menu entitled "Pomoc" and also if you click the "Pomoc" button in the search box. available. For a full description of all the sections available see the main entry for the CD-ROM on the Czech and Slovak National Bibliography page. What follows is a description of just the sections for periodicals and articles.

Series B. Periodika: This bibliography of periodicals published on Slovak territory regardless of language is on the first CD-ROM and is mixed in with the other sections that comprise the "Knihy" database. The entries give title and publisher and some subject headings, but complete information about the publication dates and other details are not provided. However, the database is searchable by many access points such as ISSN and search limits may also be applied. The major problem with this system is that you cannot search by genre, thus you cannot pull up a list of all the periodicals cited in the database. UIUC has no paper copies of this title except the 1971 issue described above.

Clanky: articles from Series B-J: This section of the national bibliography appears on CD-ROM 2. Again there are many access points and limiters for searching, including author, article title, subject, journal title, etc. It includes articles from Slovak newspaper and journals regardless of language that are received at the National Library on legal deposit. The dates of coverage on the CD-ROM for Clanky are 1978 to the present plus articles from Series B-J from 1981- present. UIUC has paper copies of the Clanky title which ceased with the 1998:12 issue. See the annotation below for more information on holdings and call numbers.

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A specialized volume in the Slovenska narodna retrospektivna bibliografia. Seria B. Periodika, appeared in 1998 covering school publications, but it will be annotated in a future section on Resources for Czech/Slovak Education. For now the title and call number are : Bibliografia vyrocnych sprav skol z uzemia Slovenska za skolske roky 1918/19-1952/53, Call Number - Czech/Slovak Reference 016.37094373 G33b.

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Bibliographies of Czech/Slovak Periodicals Published Abroad

Besides the bibliographies listed below, there is a chapter on Czech and Slovak newspapers and periodicals published in North America in the book Czechs and Slovaks in North America. A bibliography. The Slovaks for years have been compiling a massive retrospective bibliography of their publishing output. Several of these volumes which are annotated above cover periodicals including ones that have been published outside the territory of Slovakia.

Zahranicni krajanske noviny, casopisy a kalendare do roku 1938.

Stedronsky, Frantisek. Praha: Narodni knihovna v Praze, 1958. 166 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 St3z

This bibliography of Czech emigre newspapers, journals, and calendars published abroad from 1848-1938 appeared as a special issue of the Czech national bibliography in 1958. It begins with a brief introduction to the topic of Czech emigre serials and includes some statistics. There are no annotations provided, but the motto of the serial or the subject index can indicate the basic content. The entries are arranged by country of publication. Newspapers and journals are grouped together with calendars listed at the end of each country section. There are indexes for titles, editors, and broad subject categories. Entries may include the following information: title, affiliation, publisher, place and dates of publication, frequency, volume numbering, the motto of the serial, and a citation to the source from which this bibliography extracted the information. See the entry below for the calendar Amerikan.

entry for the calendar "Amerikan"

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Czech and Slovak press outside Czechoslovakia. Its status in 1978.

Duben, Vojtech N. Washington, DC: Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1978. 62 p. (SVU publications : Occasional paper ; no. 4).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 N41c

This annotated bibliography covers periodicals published outside of the Czech and Slovak Republics in Czech or Slovak, or in other languages, but related to Czech and Slovak emigre populations. The entries are divided into three sections: Czech titles, Slovak titles, and titles in other languages. Entries may provide the following information: title, subtitle, frequency, place of publication, language of publication, editor, and address of publisher. The dates of publication are sketchy in this source. Try to use another source to verify exact dates if needed. There is a geographical index and a selected bibliography. See the entry below which appears at the beginning of the Slovak section.

entry which appears at the beginning of the Slovak section

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Exilova periodika. Katalog periodik ceskeho a slovenskeho exilu a krajanskych tisku vydavanych po roce 1945.

Formanova, Lucie et al. Praha: Jezek ; Libri Prohibiti, 1999. 503 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.05786 F765e

Czech and Slovak emigre periodicals produced after 1945 are the subject of this catalog. The entries are arranged into various sections: Czech periodicals published abroad which is divided by by country of publication; Czech periodicals from other Eastern European countries, also arranged by country; periodicals produced by the Ministry of the Interior which were propaganda issues meant to deceive the emigre populations; Czech periodicals produced abroad that were published in foreign languages; Slovak periodicals published abroad. Entries may include the following: title, place and dates of publication, frequency, an annotation which sometimes includes print run and bibliographical references for further reading. Holdings for various libraries in the Czech Republic are also provided. There are a bibliography and indexes for names, publishers and titles. See the entry below for the Czech journal Cesky Odd Fellow which was published in the United States.

entry for the Czech journal "Cesky Odd Fellow"

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Periodical Indexes

entries in the Czechoslovakia sectionOsteuropaische Bibliographie fur das jahr... (1920-23).

UIUC Call Number: General Slavic Reference A.891.7 Os7 V.1-4

Although this index only covers a few years, 1920-1923, it includes books and articles published in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Hungary and Russia. It is not comprehensive but it can be helpful. We include it under Periodical indexes for Czech and Slovak because of the lack of comprehensive article coverage for these languages for this time period. The volumes are divided geographically and then by subject within each geographical division. There are author indexes for each volume. See the entries on the right which are in the Czechoslovakia section in the 1923 volume under the subject of memoirs and biography.

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entries on the writer Jiri WeilBibliografie clankov z komunistickej tlace v Ceskoslovensku 1918-1945.

Martin: Matica slovenska, 1971- .
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks Q. 016.05786 B471 2:1-3; 3:1-3; 4:3-4

What has been published so far of this large bibliography of articles from Communist and progressive newspapers and journals is comprised of three sections, one covering 1924-1928 (dil 4), another from 1929-1932 (dil 3), and the last 1933-1938 (dil 2). Dil 2 and 3 are published in 3 physical volumes each with the Czech part in sv. 1-2 and the Slovak part in zv. 3. Dil 4 has only sv. 3-4, the Slovak part, in print to date. Although its title suggests that the contents of the bibliography will be solely about communism, actually a large variety of subjects from art and culture to government and education are presented. Within the three different date compilations the subject arrangement of the citations is similar: Marxism-Leninism, Czechoslovakia, International Relations, and Other Countries. The section entitled Czechoslovakia has the various and detailed subject breakdown mentioned above. See the detailed table of contents in the first volumes of each date set for specifics. As an example of the organization of all the volumes, note that the list of 70 journals and newspapers published on Czechoslovak territory from which the citations in the Czech part (1933-1938) are extracted appears at the beginning of the book. The Slovak part (1933-1938) analyzes 31 periodicals. Some are in languages other than Czech or Slovak. Thus, for example, some are in German, Polish, Hungarian, or Spanish. There are indexes for author, pseudonyms, names, and places. See the image on the left for some entries on the writer Jiri Weil that appear in the section for literature in the Czech part of the 1933-1938 set.

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sample entries in the section devoted to artBibliograficky katalog CSR. Ceske casopisy and Clanky v ceskych casopisech.

Praha, 1953-54 and 1955-90.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 015.437 C529 V3 1988:7-12-1990 + FILM 015.43705 BI 1953 (3 reels)
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.437 C529 V3 1955-88:1-6 [UIUC lacks 1954]

This important source is one of the two main series of the Czech national bibliography. It includes citations for articles that have appeared in Czech periodicals from 1953-1990. Newspaper articles are not included. See the entry below for Bibliograficky katalog CSR. Clanky v slovenskych casopisoch for coverage of articles from Slovak periodicals. The entries are arranged in a numeric subject classification. There are indexes for author, geographic entities, and personal names. Each issue includes a list of titles and their issues that have been covered. For some years there are cumulative annual indexes of names and subjects. After the 1990 issues the paper format ceased and coverage of Czech articles appears on CD-ROM 2 of the CD-ROM and Internet versions of the national bibliography, which are described above. See the image above right for some sample entries that appeared in the section devoted to art.

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entries by J. E. Bily that appear under the subject of Cyril and MethodiusBibliografia pisomnictva slovenskeho na sposob slovnika od najstarsich cias do konca r. 1900 and Doplnky a opravy k Riznerovej bibliografii.

Rizner, L'udovit V. Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1929-34 and 1972. 6 vols. and 188 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 015.43735 R52b v.1-6
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 015.43735 R52b sup.


This work is a classic in the field of Slovak bibliography. It spans Slovak literary production from the beginning of printing up to 1900 including both books and articles published in Slovak in Slovakia or abroad, translations into Slovak, and some foreign language works published in Slovakia. Rizner's work, along with the later supplement, are considered comprehensive enough for monographs that the large, retrospective Slovak national bibliography project started its coverage where Rizner left off, with 1901. The entries are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the author or by the title if there is no definitive author. Periodicals also have their own entries and some subject entries also occur. The entries for each author are arranged chronologically. There are no indexes. The supplemental volume follows the same organization. See the image on the left for entries by J. E. Bily that appear under the subject of Cyril and Methodius.

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Bibliografia clankov zo slovenskych novin a casopisov, 1901-1918.

Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1969- . (Slovenska narodna bibliografia. Seria C, Clanky).
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 016.33109437 P84, 016.89187 P847k, Main Stacks 016.05787 P848s

The Slovaks are in the process of producing a comprehensive retrospective bibliography of periodical articles from 1901-1918. Only a few volumes in the set have already been published with individual volumes being dedicated to various subjects. These volumes will be annotated in the appropriate subject sections as they are developed for this guide. For now, please note the following titles in this series which the University of Illinois library holds: Robotnicke hnutie na Slovensku v rokoch 1901-1918. Martin: 1969; Krásna literatúra a jazykoveda. Martin, 1972; Skolstvo na Slovensku v rokoch 1901-1918. Martin: 1993.

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Bibliografia clankov zo slovenskych novin a casopisov, 1918-1945.

Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1979- . (Slovenska narodna bibliografia. Seria C, Clanky).
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.05787 B471 1:1:2; 7:1:2; 14:1:A-B; 15:1:1-2; 15:2:1-2; 16:3:1; 24:1A-B + 016.33331437 K131p v.2 (part c) [UIUC lacks part d] + 791.43094373 G13f + Czech/Slovak Reference 016.89187 P847k

The Slovaks are in the process of producing a comprehensive retrospective bibliography of periodical articles from 1918-1945. Many volumes in the set have already been published with individual volumes being dedicated to various subjects, ultimately 28 different subjects in all. These volumes will be annotated in the appropriate subject sections as they are developed for this guide. For now, please note the following titles in this series which the University of Illinois library holds: Hospodarstvo na Slovensku 1918-1928. Zvazok 2. Druzstevnictvo. Druzstevne hnutie. L'udove penaznictvo. Sporitel'nictvo. Martin, 1989; Film na Slovensku 1918-1938: Odborna anotovana bibliografia. Martin, 1982; Pol'nohospodarstvo na Slovensku 1918-1928. Martin, 1982-86. 4 vols; Dramaticko-inscenacne umenie, divadlo, film, rozhlas na Slovensku 1918-1928, and 1929-1938. Martin, 1979 and 1990; Hudba na Slovensku 1918-1928. Martin, 1983.

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entries that appear in the section on international relationsBibliografia clankov zo slovenskych novin a casopisov z rokov 1945-1946.

Chorvat, Samuel; Muntag, Emanuel. Martin: Matica Slovenska, 1970. 614 p.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference Q.016.05787 C456b

This bibliography includes citations for articles from 129 Slovak periodicals and newspapers from 1945-1946. It covers a wide range of topics such as sports, music, economics, history, etc. It is not comprehensive and the introduction explains what kinds of materials were not included for each topic. The more than 24,000 entries are arranged in a numeric subject classification preceded by a very detailed schema of that classification to elucidate it. There are indexes for subject, authors, and reviews as well as a list of the serial titles covered by the bibliography. See the image on the left for some entries that appear in the section on international relations under the subheading of the United States.

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Slovenska bibliografia. Sustavny rozpis vyberanych prispevkov z periodickej literatury roku 1944...1951.

Halasa, Pavol. Martin: Slovenska narodna kniznica, 1944-1954.
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 016.89187 SL58 1947-48, 1949-51

1944-1951 are the years of coverage of this general article index for Slovak periodicals compiled by the Slovak National Library. Keep in mind that it is selective in coverage, thus not every article from every periodical is included. The citations are arranged by subject ranging from biography and philosophy to mathematics and other sciences. The subjects are given in all capital letters and the authors are in bold-face type. At the beginning of each issue or on the front and back covers there is a list of the periodicals from which the citations have been taken. There is an author index in each issue. See the list below for the articles listed under the heading of psychology in the 1947:2 issue.

articles listed under the heading of psychology

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entries that appeared in the 1998:10 issue under the heading "Practical theology"Bibliograficky katalog CSR. Clanky v slovenskych casopisoch/Slovenska narodna bibliografia. Clanky.

Martin, 1957-1998.
UIUC Call Number: Czech/Slovak Reference 015.437 C521994-1998
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 015.437 C52 1957-1993


This important source is one of the two main series of the Slovak national bibliography. Unfortunately, the paper version of Clanky ceased with the 1998:12 issue, so the CD-ROM version must be used for later dates. It includes citations for articles that have appeared in Slovak periodicals which were received at the National Library on legal deposit. Newspaper articles are not included. See the entry above for coverage of articles from Czech periodicals. The entries are arranged in a numeric subject classification. At the end of each issue there are author, name and subject indexes. There are also annual indexes for the same. Most issues include a list of titles and their issues that have been covered. See the image above right for some entries that appeared in the 1998:10 issue under the heading "Practical theology".

 

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Bibliografie do roku 1945

http://isis.ucl.cas.cz/?form=ret

This is a retrospective bibliography (app. 95 000 records) of articles collected from 530 periodical publications (journals, newspapers, collection of wor ks and almanacs), which are printed in Czech and German (i.e. Bohemia, Čechische Revue, Libussa, Prager Presse) covering the years 1770-1945. The interface is only in Czech. The catalog is searchable by author, title, subject, date, source or genre.

Bibliografie české literární vědy od roku 1961

http://isis.ucl.cas.cz?form=biblio

The Databases of Czech Literary Studies and Czech Studies contain a field-oriented bibliography which attempts to provide the fullest possible picture of Czech literary studies book and journal output published on the territory of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. They have been created by means of transcriptions from Czech literary studies yearbooks (1967-1980 have so far been transcribed), transcription from card indexes of bibliographical material (1981-1989) and by ongoing excerption (from 1990 to the present).

The excerpt base of the bibliography comprises:

  1. Books on literary theory (original and translated),
  2. Literary-historical and literary-critical books (original and translated), if they at least relate in part to Czech literature,
  3. Prefaces, postscripts and editorial comments in works of Czech fiction,
  4. Books from other fields, primarily the social sciences (original and translated) relating thematically to Czech literature,
  5. Collections from faculties at institutes of higher education, collections from scholarly conferences and similar events, memorial volumes, national history collections and yearbooks (if they relate at least in part to Czech literature),
  6. Literary journals,
  7. General cultural and social sciences journals (even in other languages if they are published in the Czech Republic and they also deal with Czech literature),

Excerpts have been taken from these publications on anything that thematically relates to literary theory or Czech literature, including foreign-language articles on these subjects. Books and non-periodical collections have been processed as a whole within the framework of a single entry, periodial collections, journals, magazines and dailies have been drawn up in such a way that each excerpted article or paper corresponds to a separate entry.

Three databases have been created: B70 (1967-1980), B8090 (1981-1996), B97 (from 1997 to the present). Database B8090 was created first and its structure is different from that of databases B70 and B97. This should be taken into account for advanced searches.

Česká literatura v exilu (1948-1989)

http://isis.ucl.cas.cz?form=cle

Databáze obsahuje záznamy cca. 1.400 knih vydaných v českých exilových nakladatelstvích v letech 1948 - 1989 a záznamy statí s literární tematikou v českých exilových časopisech z uvedeného období. Exilové časopisy vycházející dále po roce 1989 jsou excerpovány v databázi B8090. Obsahově se databáze CLE kryje s publikací Františka Knoppa Česká literatura v exilu 1948 - 1989 (Praha, Makropulos 1996).

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Archiv on-line

http://archiv.ucl.cas.cz

On-line accesable archive of the digital copies of the scanned Czech literary and cultural journals of 19-20. centuries. (Literární noviny, Lumír, Rozpravy Aventina, Tvar etc.)

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