Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

 Reference Books:

  • The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Russian Revolution, DK265.B54 1988
  • Dictionary of the Russian Revolution, DK265.D49 1989
  • Encyclopedia of Russian History, DK14.E53 2004
  • KGB Lexicon: The Soviet Intelligence Officer's Lexicon, JN6529.I6K4 2002
  • Restless Empire: a Historical Atlas of Russia, G2111.S1B3 2015

 

Online Sources:

Cold War International History Project
The Wilson Center provides access to a collection of historical documents through its digital archive.

EBSCOHost 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
Our EBSCOHost package of databases includes Academic Search EliteBusiness Source Elite and Newspaper Source.  These index databases will give you citations, abstracts and sometimes full text of articles from magazines, journals and newspapers covering a broad range of topics.

JSTOR 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
The JSTOR collection is an online collection of scholarly journals in the social sciences, humanities and ecology.  JSTOR focuses on older or archival collections.  The current 3-5 years of issues are not available.

ProQuest Central 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
A good database for research on any topic.  ProQuest Central searches academic journals, magazines, newspapers and dissertations with a high percentage of full text content.

Revelations from the Russian Archive
An exhibit of the Library of Congress with archival documents and images relating to Soviet society and U.S.-Soviet relations.

World War I and Revolution in Russia, 1914-1918 
*Note: Available to current MIIS students, faculty and staff only
An archival collection of correspondence documenting Russia's entrance into the First World War. Published by Gale.