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Welcome to BiblioRossica

BiblioRossica is an exclusive portal for academics and scholars that offers expertly selected collections devoted to the most relevant areas of modern Russian and Jewish Humanities. BiblioRossica is a project of Academic Studies Press (Boston, USA).

Weekly updates

April 09 2014
Latest updates of the book collection
Dear colleagues, we are happy to present the latest updates of the Leading Russian Scholarly Publishers collection. It now contains e-books from Eidos, one of the brilliant and astonishing St. Petersburg publisher. The publications mostly deal with the issues of modern Russian cultural and regional studies, anthropology and cultural institutional studies. To look into updated collection, please visit our page Leading Russian Scholarly Publishers.
March 19 2014
Updates of the leading Russian scholarly publishers collection
Dear colleagues, we are glad to present the updated collection of the leading Russian scholarly publishers. The collection contains publications dedicated mostly to the issues of modern architecture, urban studies, Russian social history, visual and gender studies and modern Russian prose. It is an unique overview of modern Russian humanitarian landscape of the past few years. To look into updated collection, please visit our page: Leading Russian scholarly publishers.
March 19 2014
Updates of the Modern Western Jewish studies
The recently published books from the Academic Studies Press (Boston, USA) are now available on our website. Amongst them the selected translations from the notebooks, diaries and letters of Daniil Kharms, edited by Anthony Anemone and Peter Scotto and Maxim Shrayer: «I Saw It: Ilya Selvinsky and the Legacy of Bearing Witness to the Shoah. With Translations of Major Works». To see other ASP and the other publishers books, please visit our collection: Modern Western Jewish studies.