The Slavic and Eurasian collections consist of over 153,000 imprints, 500 titles on microfilms, and nearly 300 current serials subscriptions. The Libraries also have a substantial amount of online resources and CD-ROMs. Our materials are primarily housed in the Perry Castaneda Library, but important materials are also located in the Fine Arts Library and the Architecture and Planning Library. A significant number of scientific material in the Russian language can be found in the Walter Geology Library and the Marine Science Library.
The Slavic and Eurasian Studies collection of the University of Texas Libraries has a strong focus in Russian language and literature and Soviet history, which together comprise over half of our holdings. Our next largest collection is the Czech language and literature, including a notable coverage of the Czech-American culture.
The Slavic and Eurasian Collection supports the Department of Slavic & Eurasian Studies and the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies.
For more information about the Slavic and Eurasian collections, go to Slavic and Eurasian Studies Research Guide.
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