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Title: Cyrillic Manuscript Heritage: Vol. 32
Creators: Matejic, Predrag; Popova, Tatiana G.; Veder, William R.
Contributors: Senecal, Helene; Matejic, Predrag; Johnson, M.A.; Matejic, Predrag
Keywords: Sixth International Hilandar Conference (Columbus, OH)
Medieval Slavic Manuscripts
Paterik Skitskii
Lestvica of John Climacus, 6th century
MSSI, Medieval Slavic Summer Institute
Bogdanović, Dimitrije
Živojinović, Mirjana
Spock, Jennifer B.
Thyrêt, Isolde
Popova, Tatiana G.
Schmelev, Anatol
Ressue, Lauren
Matejic, Dimitur Stefan
Diedrichs, Carol Pitts
Martinović, Nada
Machaskee, Alex
Rabinovich, Alex
Raikov, Bozhidar
Matejic, Very Rev. Dr. Mateja
Petrović, Danica
Stefanović, Dimitrije
Vuksanović, Miro
Subotin-Golubović, Tatjana
Belić, Bojan
Jakovljević, Very Rev. Dr. Živojin
Ermolaev, Natasha
White, Monica
Valiavitcharska, Vessela
Parpulov, Georgi
Angelov, Alexander
Rock, Stella
García de la Puente, Inés
Rock, Mary
Mikhailova, Yulia
Beltkiewicz, Wojciech
Stern-Gottschalk, Ariann
Vucelic, Mike (Vucelić, Milojko)
Issue Date: 2012-12
Publisher: The Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies
Citation: Cyrillic Manuscript Heritage, v32 (December 2012)
Abstract: Biannual newsletter of the Hilandar Research Library (HRL) and the Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies (RCMSS), The Ohio State University. Includes: features by guest contributors, which may appear under the column heading of "HRL Journal" – where Cyrillic Manuscript Heritage asks researchers who have used the resources of the HRL in the past year to describe their experience and work; a column, "Director's Desk," by the Director of RCMSS; "RCMSS & HRL News Notes," i.e., reports on recent visitors, research, events, projects, updates, etc.; contributors to both the Hilandar Endowment Fund and Hilandar's Friends of the Library Fund are listed, as are donors of "Gifts in Kind," as well as seasonal announcements regarding the International Hilandar Conference series and the Medieval Slavic Summer Institute.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/53221
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