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Resources for Slavic Studies

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On Campus Resources

303 Oxley Hall, 1712 Neil Ave.
The Slavic Center provides many services for all students at Ohio State. Check out their website for more information!
Part of the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences, the Undergraduate International Studies Program focuses on providing undergraduates students at The Ohio State University with international and cross-cultural coursework, as well as opportunities for study abroad programs. 
Room 300 of the OSU Main Library, 1858 Neil Avenue
The East European and Slavic Studies collection contains approximately 500,000 books and journals of which the great majority are in the languages of the region (Russian, Polish, Old Church Slavonic, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian, Romanian, etc.) The majority of these cover the broad area of the humanities and social sciences, reflecting the diverse interests of OSU's scholars and students.
225/227 Main Library, 1858 Neil Avenue Mall
The Hilandar Research Library houses the largest collection of medieval Slavic manuscripts on microform in the world providing a collection used by scholars from all over the world.
303 Oxley Hall, 1712 Neil Ave.
The Center for Slavic and East European Studies (CSEES) maintains an extensive film library open to all educators, students, and civic/educational groups in Ohio and the Midwest in particular, and the United States in general. With over 1,300 English, Russian, Polish, Armenian, Estonian, Czech, Georgian, Hungarian, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Uzbek, and Yiddish titles, including many cinema masterpieces, documentaries, and feature films, the CSEES's film library is an excellent resource on campus.
308 Dulles Hall, 230 W. 17th Ave.

The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is an interdisciplinary unit in the College of Humanities dedicated to the study of Europe and its neighbors from the end of the Roman Empire through the seventeenth century.
100 Hagerty Hall, 1775 College Road
The Center for Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers a variety of resources and learning materials for students studying languages at Ohio State University, including MultiCat foreign language placement testing and technology workshops. It is also home to the Self-Paced Learning Study for Russian language. 
Home of the Crane Café (with Russian language television programming), the SBC IILC Center, the OIT Computer Center, Multi-media classrooms, the Hall Videoconferencing Center, the FLC Studio, HIS Studio, and others, the World Media and Culture Center provides many of the tools necessary for the Slavic Department.

The Ohio Slavic Papers is a publication series produced by our department at the Ohio State University.

Professional Resources

Formerly known as the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, ASEEES is a nonprofit, non-political, scholarly society, is the leading private organization in the world dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about the former Soviet Union (including Eurasia) and Eastern and Central Europe. The ASEEES supports teaching, research, and publication relating to the peoples and territories within this area.
The Midwest Slavic Association promotes Slavic studies in the Midwest. Every year this organization holds the Midwest Slavic Conference at the Ohio State University, the largest regional conference of its kind.
The Slavic Linguistics Society is an organization which unites North American and European institutions dedicated to the study of Slavic languages through its membership, annual conferences, and publications, promoting all sub-disciplines of linguistics and theoretical frameworks.
International Council for Central and East European Studies (ICCEES)
A truly global Slavic Studies organization that meets once every five years for a World Congress. All fields and disciplines within Slavic Studies are represented, and universities from every corner of the earth.

Regional Conferences

Graduate Student Conferences
Princeton University Slavic Graduate Conference


Local Resources

Russian Club of Columbus

1202 Kenilworth Ave., Cleveland, OH
1309 East 9th St., Cleveland, OH

Online Resources

This site offers translations for English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Estonian, and Japanese languages. Dictionary supports alphabetic, morphologic and phrase searches.
REESWeb is an excellent online resource library for Russian and Eastern European Studies at the University of Pittsburgh.