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The complete archives of M.E. Sharpe's Russian & East European 

  journals are available FREE to current institutional subscribers!  

Decades of original scholarship and source material on some of the most momentous developments of modern times are now accessible in digital format for the first time. Launched not long after Sputnik in the late 1950s, these journals comprise an unmatched primary source record, in expert English translation, of the cultural and intellectual revival in the Soviet bloc, from the "thaw" years of Khrushchev's de-Stalinization campaign, through the traumatic collapse of the Soviet Union, to the ensuing years of rapid change in Russia and other independent post-Soviet societies. Current institutional subscribers to any area studies journal now receive free access to the complete digital archive of that journal. Most of this content is not available in aggregated journal databases.
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Russian & East European journals

For libraries that are not current subscribers, these backfiles are priced attractively for one-time purchase. Click here for more information. 

The full digital archives beginning with Vol. 1 are available for these journals:

Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia

European Education

Journal of Russian & East European Psychology
Problems of Economic Transition 

Russian Education & Society
Russian Politics & Law
Russian Social Science Review
Russian Studies in History
Russian Studies in Literature
Russian Studies in Philosophy
Sociological Research


SUBSCRIBE to all eleven Russian & East European journals for $8,300 (a 30% savings) and get the complete archive!

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