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Istorii͡a mirovoĭ slavistiki / Rossiĭskai͡a akademii͡a nauk, Institut nauchnoĭ informat͡sii po obshchestvennym naukam; Mezhdunarodnyĭ komitet slavistov, Mezhdunarodnai͡a komissii͡a po istorii slavistiki.

Language(s): Russian
Published: Moskva : INION, 1992-
Subjects: Slavic philology > Study and teaching > History > Bibliography > Periodicals.
Slavic countries > Study and teaching > History > Bibliography > Periodicals.
Note: Description based on: 1985-1987.
"Ukazatelʹ literatury."
Beginning 1991- vols. are being compiled by INION and issued by Norman Ross Pub., who also issued 1 v. covering 1979-1981, based on camera-ready copy commissioned from INION and made available for the first time.
Issued by: Akademii͡a nauk SSSR, Institut nauchnoĭ informat͡sii po obshchestvennym naukam [i] Mezhdunarodnai͡a komissii͡a po istorii slavistiki, <1987->; Rossiĭskai͡a akademii͡a nauk, Institut nauchnoĭ informat͡sii po obshchestvennym naukam, Mezhdunarodnyĭ komitet Slavistov, Mezhdunarodnai͡a komissii͡a po istorii slavistiki, < -1990>; INION and Norman Ross Pub., New York, 1991-
Physical Description: v. ; 20 cm.
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