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Soviet History: a Bibliographic Guide to Published Sources

Bibliographic Resources

Harvard University. Russian Research Center. Harvard Project on the Soviet Social System Digital Collection : Interviews and Manuals, 1950-1953 (Inclusive), 2007.

Finding aid

Khubova, Daria, Andrei Ivankiev, and Tonia Sharova. “After Glastnost’: Oral History in the Soviet Union.” In Memory and Totalitarianism. Ed. Luisa Passerini, intro. Richard Crownshaw and Selma Leydesdorff. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2005: 109-122. 

Columbia University Libraries: Oral History Portal. (Search by keywords).

Center for Oral History and Biography (Tsentr ustnoi istorii i biografii), Mezhdunarodnyi Memorial Society. 

Ustnaia istoriia, a Moscow State Lomonosov University Library oral history project.See also their collection of videointerviews on YouTube.

Millar, J., & Inter-university Consortium for Political Social Research. (1980). Soviet Interview Project, 1979-1983.

Open Access Resources for Research in Soviet History Guide (search with the keyword “memory”).

Oral history resources  in the Digital Handbook for Research on Soviet History