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This quarterly publication about Russian, Eurasian, and EastEuropean studies is membership journal of the American Associationfor the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Edited by Professor DianeKoenker of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, this is apowerful teaching and research tool.
Russian electronic journal, devoted to the problems of Russian history. Information about historical conferences and links to the Russian and foreign historical resources on Internet are also available on this site.
Scholarly books and textbooks on the languages, peoples, literatures, cultures, history, etc. of the former USSR and Eastern Europe.
Offered by Chuck Sweeney, this composition was prepared for presentation at the Russian Academy of Education at the Baltic Academy of St. Petersburg, Moscow State Pedagogical University, July, 1993.
Offered by Chuck Sweeney and written for presentation at the Russian Academy of Education, Institute of Theoretical Pedagogics and International Research in Education, and International Association--Education and the Future Conference on Adult and Continuing Education Under Conditions of a Free Market Economy, in Moscow and St. Petersburg during July 1994.
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