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Classification of Slavic Materials in Robarts Library

A list of Library of Congress Call Numbers for material

on Central and East European history, languages and literatures in Robarts Library 

(created by Leszek Czubik, August 2004):

MATERIAL LOCATIONS:


HISTORY: 10th Floor Robarts (call numbers beginning with D)
LANGUAGE & LITERATURE: 12th Floor Robarts (call number beginning with P)


NOTE: numbers are provided under the names of countries, regions, and ethnic groups; the first corresponding number provided is for history, the second is for languages and literatures.

ALBANIA: DR 901-998; PG 9501-9665 (Albanian)

BELARUS: DK 507-507.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PG 2830-2847 (Belarusian)

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA: DR 1652-1785 (See also YUGOSLAVIA); PG 1201-1696 (Serbo-Croatian*)

BULGARIA: DR 51-98 ; PG 801-1146 (Bulgarian)

CENTRAL EUROPE (General): DAW 1000-1051; See individual countries

CROATIA: DR 1502-1645(See also YUGOSLAVIA); PG 1201-1696 (Serbo-Croatian*)

CZECH REPUBLIC: DB 2242-2247 (Independent Republic 1993- ; see also CZECHOSLOVAKIA); PG 4001-5146 (Czech)

CZECHOSLOVAKIA***: DB 2000-3150 (Including current Czech Republic and Slovakia; see also CZECH REPUBLIC or SLOVAKIA) See CZECH REPUBLIC or SLOVAKIA

EASTERN EUROPE (General): DJK 1-77 See individual countries

ESTONIA: DK 503-503.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PH 601-671 (Estonian)

FINLAND: DL 1102-1180 ; PH 101-405 (Finnish)

HUNGARY: DB 901-999 ; PH 2001-3445 (Hungarian)

LATVIA: DK 504-504.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PG 8801-9146 (Latvian)

 

LITHUANIA: DK 505-505.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PG 8501-8772 (Lithuanian)

MACEDONIA, F.Y.R.: DR 2152-2285 (See also YUGOSLAVIA); PG 1151-1199 (Macedonian)

MOLDOVA: DK 509.1-509.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PC 794. M6-794. M695 (Moldovan)

POLAND: DK 4010-4800; PG 6001-7446 (Polish)

ROMANIA: DR 201-296; PC 601-986 (Romanian)

RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS***:
DK 1-949.5 See individual countries: BELARUS, ESTONIA, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, MOLDOVA, RUSSIAN FEDERATION or UKRAINE.

RUSSIAN FEDERATION: DK 510-651 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PG 2900-3698 (Russian)

SERBIA & MONTENEGRO: DR 1802-2125 (See also YUGOSLAVIA); PG 1201-1696 (Serbo-Croatian*)

SLAVS: See individual Slavic countries PG 1-7948 (See also individual Slavic countries)

SLOVAKIA: DB 2700-3150 (See also CZECHOSLOVAKIA); PG 5201-5546 (Slovak)

SLOVENIA: DR 1352-1485 (See also YUGOSLAVIA); PG 1801-1962 (Slovenian)

SOVIET UNION***: See RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS

UKRAINE: DK 508-508.95 (See also RUSSIA. SOVIET UNION. FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS); PG 3801-3987 (Ukrainian)

YUGOSLAVIA***: DR 1202-2285 (See also BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, CROATIA, F.Y.R. MACEDONIA, SERBIA & MONTENEGRO or SLOVENIA); See individual countries: BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, CROATIA, F.Y.R. MACEDONIA, SERBIA & MONTENEGRO or SLOVENIA.

NOTE: *General range (does not provide detailed division for Bosnian, Serbian or Croatian languages and literatures) ***Historical names Note: This guide focuses on the post 1989 historical changes only.