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Collection Guidelines: Slavic Studies: Collection Locations

Collecting guidelines for Slavic Languages and Literatures, Baltic Studies, and Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies (REECAS).

Slavic and East European Collection Locations

Suzzallo-Allen Libraries on the Seattle main campus are home to over 400,000 volumes in Slavic studies ranging from religion, philosophy and history to linguistics, literature and the arts.

The Media Center on the 3rd floor of Suzzallo Library houses some 1,800 Slavic and East European feature and documentary films on DVD, VHS tape and streaming formats, most available for 1-week checkout.

The Art Library holds most publications in English or West European languages (German, French) having to do with Slavic and East European art - painting, drawing, and sculpture - but art publications in Slavic languages are held in the same call number ranges in Suzzallo-Allen Libraries.

The Built Environments Library has American, English and West European publications on Slavic and East European architecture, while publications in Slavic languages are held in Suzzallo-Allen Libraries.

The Music Library is home to sheet music and scores - including some 1,000 Baltic choral music scores and recordings from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia - as well as music history published in English or West European languages.  Music history in Russian or other East European languages is held in Suzzallo-Allen Libraries.

Odegaard Undergraduate Library has a core English-language collection of Russian and East European history and literature, including the classic

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