The Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and Folklore ("Feb-Web") is a full-text information data-base of Russian literature, bibliographies, research, and historical and biographical works from the 11th century through the 20th century.
Literaturnaia gazeta is a landmark publication in Russia's cultural heritage. With its focus on literary and intellectual life, it was considered the most open among newspapers of the Soviet era, and it remains popular among the intelligentsia in today’s Russia.
Allows access to over 500 titles from the major Moscow-based film company, available online for free. Contains classics such as "Kavkazskaia plennitsa", "Kin-dza-dza", "Ironiia Sud'by", and "Sluzhebnyi roman".
The major Russian literary database New Literary Map of Russia consists of three parts: Literary Russia - constantly updated with information on Russian literary processes in different regions; Section on the most important national and inter-regional literary projects (periodicals, book series, festivals, competitions, etc.); Virtual literary studio - index of all contemporary Russian authors with personalities and photo gallery.
A collection of major Russian periodicals on social sciences and humanities. It includes journals from the Russian Academy of Sciences, plus important independent scholarly publications. Coverage usually extends back to about the year 2000.