HIST 117: Russia, an Introductory History: Home

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Introduction

Welcome to the Reseach Guide to Russia, an Introductory History (HIST 117)  This guide presents research tools that you will help you complete the research exercies for the course.  It will help you:

  • know more about the library and its resources, human and material;
  • better understand how locate needed materials in a variety of formats;
  • understand the differences between primary and secondary sources;and
  • be more able evaluate and choose the best materials.

Image:  St. George slaying the dragon (from: Holy Russia Exhibition at the Musee du Louvre)

  

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Slavic & Eurasian Studies

Jon Giullian
Contact:
Watson Library - Level 5 East

International Areas Studies (IAS)

Slavic & Eurasian Studies (SES)

(785) 864-8854

giullian@ku.edu



University of Kansas

1425 Jayhawk Blvd, Rm 519

Lawrence, KS 66045

SES Dept. 519 Watson

Image:  International Area Studies (IAS) department in Watson Library, University of Kansas

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