We are proud to announce that the latest, and extensive, set of linked materials in Uralica portal has just been released. This time, the National Library of Russia has offered more than 2300 links to the digitized monographs and newspapers in various Uralic languages.
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Consider It Done! Monograph Frenzy at Fenno-Ugrica
Dear readers! I have a pleasure to announce that we have completed the second stage of the continuation phase of the Digitization Project of Kindred Languages by releasing all the pre-selected monographs in our online collection, Fenno-Ugrica. It is a milestone reached, indeed!
Time to Decide for Ob-Ugric Languages: How Many Written Varieties Does a Language Need?
From time to time, we do invite researchers to share their views on the materials, which have been published in our Fenno-Ugrica collection. This time, mme Merja Salo from the University of Helsinki discusses the current state of written Ob-Ugric languages.
Next Stop: Bibliotheca Baltica at Södertörn
The 12th Bibliotheca Baltica Symposium will be held at the Södertörn University on the 9th and 10th of October 2014. Bibliotheca Baltica, says the website, aims at uniting all types of libraries in the Baltic Sea Area in recognition of their joint responsibility to increase their efforts in preserving, developing, cataloging, publicizing, and making accessible their part of the Baltic Sea Area heritage. With 10 membering countries, I reckon, it is a beautifully formated goal for this consortium of research libraries.