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Ukraine Research Guide: Home

This guide is created to provide information on the war between Ukraine and the Russian Federation. Here you will find links to resources held the by Libraries and freely available sources, which aim to provide to an understanding of the current conflict

About this guide

This guide is created to provide information on the war between Ukraine and the Russian Federation. Here you will find links to resources held the by CU Boulder Libraries and freely available sources, which aim to provide to an understanding of the current conflict and present a historical background to Ukraine. The guide includes books, both print and electronic, recommended databases, journals, and some news sites. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about library resources or services. 

 

Search strategy suggestions

To browse books on Ukraine in the Norlin Library, please visit the following call number sections:

  • DK508 - DK508.95: History of Ukraine
    • DK508.79 - DK508.835: 1917-1945
    • DK508.84 - DK508.843: 1945-1991
    • DK508.845 - DK508.851: 1991-
    • DK508.852: Ukraine Conflict, 2014-
  • PG3900 - PG3987: Ukrainian literature
  • HN530.9: Social history and conditions, social problems, social reform
  • JN6630 - JN6639: Ukrainian political institutions 

You can also search CU Boulder's Chinook Catalog, WorldCat, Library of Congress, etc. using the below subject headings to find books on Ukrainian history, social conditions, politics, and other events. 

  • Ukraine -- History
  • Ukraine -- History -- Famine, 1932-1933
  • Ukraine -- History -- 1944-1991
  • Ukraine -- History -- 20th century
  • Ukraine -- History -- Euromaidan Protests, 2013-2014
  • Ukraine -- Civilization
  • Ukraine -- Economic conditions -- 1991-
  • Ukraine -- Politics and government
  • Ukraine -- Social conditions

Please note that this is not a comprehensive list. Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have in finding resources on Ukraine. 

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