If you are aware of other useful resources we should add to this list, do get in touch with your subject librarian.
Slavonic collections at Cambridge University Library include more than 95,000 items in Russian. Comprising thousands of items including books, journals, posters, postcards, the Catherine Cooke special collection is an extraordinary resource for research on Russian and Soviet design and architecture. Please contact Mel Bach for more information about the UL Slavonic collections.
Scott Polar Research Institute Library (Cambridge) has extensive Russian-language holdings in all the disciplines of polar science; some of the Library's Russian-language material is rare even within Russia. The Breitfuss Collection includes more than 1,000 items about the polar regions published largely in German and Russian. The library collections are useful for research on Russian culture of the North, Russia as empire, GULAG camp system, history of Russian exploration of Polar region, ethnography of the indigenous peoples, Siberian languages. Please contact Dr Eleanor Peers for more information about the collections.
Interested in the Arctic and decolonisation? Check out the 'Decolonising Arctic Resources' LibGuide curated by the SPRI Library!
The Cambridge University Russian Society holds events on Russian politics and culture, and runs conversational evenings.
Pushkin House in London holds events and organizes projects to promote and celebrate Russian culture.
The British Library Russian Collections provide access to materials
Russian and Ukrainian Archives Guide will give you information and tips for using archives in Russia and Ukraine.
Virtual Keyboard for Cyrillic Script (for both Russian and Ukrainian)
Library of Congress Romanization tables (transliteration)
If you experience difficulties finding a search term or item on iDiscover or online, please contact the MMLL Library or the Slavonic specialists at the University Library who will be able to help you.