The platform offers access to all 446 journals from and about the countries of Eastern Central and Southeast Europe with a focus on the humanities and social sciences that were posted on CEEOL up to and including 31 December 2009. (in Germany free access through national licence)
Contains essays related to Slavic Studies and Eastern Europe from a number of journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences on topics related to the humanities and social sciences. Numerous journals on literature and language are represented. (in Germany free access through national licence)
The largest full-text database in Russia and the CIS currently contains more than 360 million documents, including hourly updated texts from the Russian and English press, statistics, legal texts, government publications, fiction and bibliographic databases of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INION). (in Germany free access through national license)
The most important online resource for electronic journals in the fields of culture, humanities and social sciences. It contains a total of 500 journals with 1.9 million articles (including reviews). The licence includes the collections 1-6. (in Germany free access through national licence)
One of the earliest and most influential literary and political journals in Russia, published in three series: 1802-1830, 1866-1918 and 2001 to date. The period 1866-1918 is currently not available in digital form. From 2001 the title is available free of charge on the Internet. About 57,000 pages have been digitized. (in Germany free access through national licence)
Voprosy Istorii Complete Collection contains all the texts of the Russian journal of the same name since the beginning of its publication in 1926, and is published in the following sections: Istorik-Marksist (merged into Istoriceskij Zurnal), Borba Klassov, Istoriceskij Zurnal, Voprosy Istorii. (in Germany free access through national licence)
Use the Database Information System (DBIS) to search for further e-book and journal collections. Electronic journals can also be found in the German Union Catalogue of Serials (ZDB) and in the Electronic Journals Library (EZB).