E-resources for Russian studies: Muslims in Russia and Early Russian Cinema
Muslims in Russia digital collection introduces the uniquely varied and poorly explored Russian Muslim population during one of the most dynamic periods of their history (1861-1918). Materials published in Russia both at the center and on the periphery reflect the picturesque palette of life of Muslims in the Russian Empire, as well as the positions of their public and political figures. This collection presents works written by and about Muslims. Access to the resource:
Early Russian Cinema digital collection includes digitised cinematographic periodicals (57 journals) published in the Russian Empire at the 1900s and 1910s. The collection includes sophisticated, bimonthly periodicals as well as more popular weeklies released by the major Russian film studios. These journals contain interviews, detailed description of pictures, reviews by critics, censored materials, etc. They contain also information about other forms of contemporary entertainment culture. Access to the resource:
These resources are restricted to Helsinki University students, faculty, staff and local users in the National Library. The university staff and students may also use the electronic materials remotely outside the university network via Helsinki University Nelli Portal. Remote sessions require an active user id for the University of Helsinki network. For remote connections, see: Information retrieval support -> remote connections.
Non-Helsinki University users can use e-resources in National library by getting a guest authentication account from staff at library information desks.
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