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This site was developed by Serge Bronshteyn and maintained by Victor T, both teenagers born in Moscow and now living in the US. It contains Russian resources, cyrillic fonts with interative instructions, music, literature, chat and more. (This site is not all Russia-related.)
A comprehensive guide to the worldwidenetwork-accessible resources available to scholars in the interdisciplinarystudy of Russia and Eastern Europe. This is a very well constructed andinformative WWW server fromthe University of Pittsburgh and definitelyworth the visit.
This page is from Southern Methodist University, ForeignLanguages Learning Center in Dallas, Texas and is full of Russiarelated sites. SMU's Foreign Language and Education TechnologyPage is also well worth the visit.
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.
The extremely organized site provides information on the countries that comprise the FSU and Eastern Europe, broken down into country and subject. This site was developed by The Center forRussian, East European and Eurasian Studies CPSEES) at the theUniversity of Texas, Austin.
This site contains links to a variety of resources including Slavic language, literature and culture resources, popular magazines, libraries, university archives, and other points ofinterest.
Located in Scotland, this is a very nice server that includes anicely organized listing of Russian related online resources. Alsoincluded is information on their extensive course offerings (including theupcoming joint degree in Russian and Business Studies which is the first ofits kind in Scotland).
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