The Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS), founded in 1954 at the University of Manitoba, is an interdisciplinary gathering of scholars and professionals whose interests focus on the social, economic and political life of the Slavic peoples, as well as their languages, diverse cultures and histories.
Russian reference collection at the Killam Library, Dalhouise University. This collection includes sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, directories, handbooks, and yearbooks. Reference sources for this subject are found in the Reference Room, on the Main Floor.
The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), a nonprofit, non-political, scholarly society, is the leading private organization in the world dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about the former Soviet Union (including Eurasia) and Eastern and Central Europe. The AAASS supports teaching, research, and publication relating to the peoples and territories within this area.
The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), founded in 1941, exists to advance the study and promote the teaching of Slavic and East European languages, literatures, and cultures on all educational levels, elementary through graduate school. While the largest proportion of its activities and members concentrate in the area of Russian, AATSEEL has from the beginning stressed that it embraces all Slavic and East European languages, literatures, linguistics and cultures.
Russian “Thick” Journals (in Russian)
The St. Petersburg Times (in English)
Russian Online Bookstore “OZON”
The Slavic and East European Languages and Literature List (SEELANGS) exists to facilitate discussion of topics of interest to teachers and students of Russian and other Slavic and East European languages and literature.
Agate Russian Books is the leading online retailer of Russian books in Canada and offers a discount to Dalhousie students.