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Russian Studies journal articles: Home

This guide aims to show different methods for searching for journal articles for Russian (and Slavonic) studies including cross-searching and to show which journals relevant to Russian (and Slavonic) studies are available online at Oxford.

Useful links

Databases with citation search

For an example of a 'citation search' go to the 'Find e-journal citation search' tab (next tab).

Searching for journal articles

This guide aims to show different methods for searching for journal articles for Russian (and Slavonic) studies.  If you already have the bibliographical details for a journal article from a reading-list or a bibliography then Find e-journal is the best place to start and the best search to do would be a citation search

The guide aims to give an example of a citation search as well as different kinds of cross-search on SOLO, on OxLIP+ and on the Worldcat databases.

It covers individual databases that are good sources for articles for Russian studies such as MLA, ABSEES, International Medieval Bibliography and also the ZETOC database which provides tables of contents for many relevant journals. 

It offers two annotated lists of journals relevant to Russian and Slavonic studies, one for journals available online and one for print-only journals (current and non-current)..

Databases with cross-searching