Compromat (Political scandals)
gazeta.ru (Daily newspaper. In Russian)
ITAR/TASS (the largest news agency in CIS)
Itogi (In Russian)
Izvestia (Russian daily)
Komsomolskaia pravda (Russian daily)
Lenta.ru (In Russian)
The Moscow Times (in English)
Nezavisimaia gazeta (Russian weekly)
Novaia gazeta (in Russian)
Natsionalnaia sluzhba novostei
Novyi Mir (Monthly literary journal. In Russian).
Polit.ru (Daily political news)
Pravda (Russian daily)
Radio Ekho Moskvy (you can also listen to it)
Radio Free Europe/Liberty . (Russian service )
Rossiiskaia gazeta (Russian daily)
Russkii zhurnal (In Russian)
SCOLA Russian TV Online (Free Russian TV on the Internet)
The St. Petersburg Times (in English)
Vesti.ru (Daily Internet newspaper)
Voice of America (in English - Russian news)
Yabloko (Political parties)
zhurnal.ru (in Russian)
- The Bakhtin Centre — Includes an analytical database of works by and about Bakhtin and his circle, listserv information, information on archives, etc.
- Cliff's Notes-like summaries of Soviet Socialist Realist Classics — SovLit.com's page of summaries of the great Soviet socialist realist classics for those who "are too lazy, or are unable to read them themselves."
- Conradish.net — This site not only does it offer e-versions of most of the classics (War and Peace, Anna Karenina, Brothers Karamazov, Crime and Punishment, We, Doctor Zhivago, and Master and Margarita, just to name a few) but most words in the Russian text is "hyperlinked" to a vocabulary translator and grammar explanation. If nothing else, the underlying technology is mind boggling! The site also allows teachers to select any number of works and assemble them into their own Russian literature reader. The texts are saved in Adobe's Acrobat (.PDF) format.
- The Fundamental Electronic Library of Russian Literature and Folklore — This site houses the fulltext electronic corpora of many major Russian authors. In Russian only. Windows 1251 encoding.
- Kevin Moss's online annotation to Bulgakov's Master and Margarita — A nicely designed companion to Bulgakov's multi-layered text.
- Maksim Moshkov's remarkable online library of Russian/Soviet Classics — An extensive library of Russian and Soviet classics. Titles are too numerous to name. If you can think it, chances are, this electronic library has it.
- Russian Virtual Library — Provides the fulltext of the works of hundreds of Russian authors. Very comprehensive. Worth perusing.
- H-Russia (discussion of Russian History) — Subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org
- SEELANGS (discussion of Slavic and East European literature, linguistics, and culture) — Subscribe at email@example.com . The SEELANGS searchable web archive is located at http://seelangs.home.comcast.net/ . You must login before you can search the archive.
- SLAVCIN-L (discussion of Russian/Slavic Cinema) — Subscribe at firstname.lastname@example.org
- SLAVLIBS (discussion of Slavic Librarianship) — Subscribe by sending a message with your reason for wanting to subscribe to Allan Urbanic at email@example.com . You need not be a librarian to subscribe (a number Slavic scholars and library students also subscribe).
- OAster — OAster is a search system created by the University of Michigan that searches freely available, difficult-to-access, academically-oriented digital resources. Currently it searches nearly 1.5 million resources from almost 200 different institutions worldwide.
- REENIC — (Russian and East European Network Information Center) at the University of Texas, Austin. REENIC features a directory for 28 countries of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. It includes links to information servers in and about these countries.
- REESWeb at the University of Pittsburgh — ReesWeb, sponsored by the Center for Russian and East European Studies of the University of Pittsburgh is a comprehensive, dynamic index of electronic resources on Russia, the countries of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. It provides an excellent starting point for exploring Russian and East European Web resources. REESWeb also offers a REES specific calendar of events and announcements.
- Slavic-Eurasian Studies Web — A very extensive directory of links to relevant sites in the REES region. Compiled and updated by Hokkaido University in Japan. In English or Japanese.