Good day, colleagues -
I've been the fortunate recipient of a grant to purchase Russian and Central Eurasian primary sources in English translation for my university's library. As we haven't had anyone who teaches Russian or Central Eurasian history on campus for many years prior to my arrival, the collection is quite slim. So, given a chance for a shopping spree, what sources would you recommend so that students with only English reading skills can craft reasonably well founded research papers on the gamut of Russian and Central Eurasian history? Feel free to reply to the group or offline. Thank you!
GRANT T. WELLER, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of History, Political Science, Philosophy, and Geography
Associate Professor of History
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Colorado State University-Pueblo