The Library’s collection of books on Ukrainian literature and culture is shelved on the Second Floor of the Library and is generally classmarked as U.XXIV.7. Art is classmarked as U.XX. The collection includes writings by classical and modern writers, such as Lesya Ukrainka or Taras Schevchenko, critical works about them, bibliographies, translations, collections of letters, monographs on specialised subjects such as relations with contemporaries, comparative studies. For detailed classification please see our classification scheme guide page. Search UCL books/e-bookson Russian literature and culture in Explore. For help and useful tips on how to search, see the guide to using Explore.
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Amongst other journals, the Library provides digital access to Literaturna Ukraina. Users might also be interested in the full digital archive of Literaturnaia Gazeta (from 1929 onwards) and Voprosy Literatury (from 1957 onwards) where many subjects of Ukrainian literature are raised. Search UCL e journal on Russian literature and culture in Explore. For help and useful tips on how to search, see the guide to using Explore.
Journals are shelved on the Lower Ground Floor of the Library.
Databases: UCL Library Services offers access to a wide range of databases directly or indirectly addressing Ukrainian topics. These databases include:
It may be also useful to check the Guide to Resources on Russia as many resources cover Ukraine as well.
General resources on economics
Library staff also maintain a page of Internet resources on Ukraine
For further help, please get in touch with:
Wojciech Janik, Area Specialist for the Former Soviet Union and Poland