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Russian Collection Research Guide: Home

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Hamilton Library Building Hours

The Library building is fully open. Current UH IDs or EWC IDS will be required to enter the Library.

Remote Resources

If you have questions related to the Russian collection, please email Patricia Polansky (polansky@hawaii.edu). 

Russian Collection


Welcome to the Russian Collection.  This Research Guide is created for University of Hawaiʻi undergraduate students looking for English language materials about Russia.  The Russian Collections of the University of Hawaiʻi are housed in Hamilton Library on the Mānoa campus.  Reflecting the university's curricular and research priorities, Asia and the Pacific regions figure prominently in the 60,000 volume collection of Russian area books, serials, and microform holdings.  These resources are used not only by UH students and faculty, but also by a constituency of international researchers.  See highlights of the Library's Treasures, in general and Russia, in particular.  For more background information on our collection, please see our website.

Librarian

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Patricia Polansky
Contact:
Hamilton Library
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2550 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: (808) 956-6308
Fax: (808) 956-5968
E-mail: polansky@hawaii.edu
Room: 309-310