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Europeana Collections provides access to Provides access to over 50 million digitised items contributed from across Europe. Thematic collections include fashion, music, photography, World War I, galleries, and blogs
Digitized holdings from many libraries. To some extent mirrors Google Books but libraries continue to contributed following the Google book digitization project. Log-in with your Pennkey and password, search for full view and download pages and entire books. Search the entire catalog to identify resources that are still in copyright but may be available from partner libraries. Holdings tend to be older, but are vast and varied. "Full view" Hathitrust items should also appear in Franklin catalog with links directly to the resource.
Finding Books and Articles Beyond Penn
The Penn Libraries provide multiple ways to connect with books and journal articles that aren't immediately available to you in print or electronically, including:
BorrowDirect -- books from our Ivy league partners and a few others including Stanford and University of Chicago
EZ Borrow -- books from our Pennsylvania Partners and a few others including New York University
Scan and Deliver / Interlibrary loan -- for journal articles, chapters in books, and materials not available through our partnerships.
These compendiums of knowledge on specific areas and topics are excellent ways to gain familiarity on a topic. Volumes are edited by specialists, and each chapter will lead you to additional secondary readings and primary sources.
...from the Slavophile-Westernizer controversy of the 1830s and 1840s, through the 'Silver Age' of Russian culture at the beginning of the twentieth century, to the Russian 'philosophical emigration' in the wake of the Russian Revolution.