"The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database has information on almost 36,000 slaving voyages that forcibly embarked over 10 million Africans for transport to the Americas between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. The actual number is estimated to have been as high as 12.5 million. The database and the separate estimates interface offer researchers, students and the general public a chance to rediscover the reality of one of the largest forced movements of peoples in world history." (last accessed, Sept. 23, 2016)
Komarov Boris. Das große Sterben am Baikalsee. Reinbek, 1979
Komarov, Boris (Zeev Wolfson), The Geography of Survival, Armonk, 1994
Boris Komarov (Ze'ev Wolfson), Das große Sterben am Baikalsee, Reinbeck, 1979
Boris Komarov, The geography of survival, Armonk, 1994,
I don't know if you are interested in literary texts at all, but Mikhail Prishvin's "Nature's Diary" was published in 1935, and Prishvin is considered to be (along with Tolstoy) one of the greatest Russian-language nature writers. Best of luck!! Masha Shpolberg (UNC-Wilmington)
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Episode 22 of The Edwin Black Show, "Eugenics in America," is now available to stream. You can find the link to the video on one of our resource pages: https://networks.h-net.org/node/5296/pages/6277409/podcasts-and-videos. You will also find on this page, among other resources, links to all of the episodes from Marius Turda and Patrick Merricks' Eugenics Podcast.
National Museums Scotland has made digitally available the photographic archive of the writer and art historian Ann Paludan (1928–2014). Consisting of over 10,000 prints and slides of sculptures from over 200 sites in China, the Ann Paludan Image Library provides a unique source for the study of Chinese sculpture.