What is in this guide
|Zagreb, Ban Jelačić Square, with equestrian statue of Ban Jelačić. Postcard published in Zurich, 1899. Source: Zentralbibliothek Zürich via Europeana.|
This is a brief guide to library resources on Former Yugoslavia and its successor states: Bosnia & Hercegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.
UNC-Chapel Hill makes regular, though limited acquisitions of materials published in Bosnia & Hercegovina, Croatia and Serbia, primarily in the humanities. These materials can be discovered through the Library Catalog or through WorldCat.
If you are looking for materials in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, please take a look at Language name changes & library catalogs before starting your search.
If you are researching historical topics, please take a look at Place name changes & library catalogs before starting your search.
This guide contains two sections:
- Library Resources: Here you will find sources of English-language news & analysis for the region, information about digital archives of scholarly publications, sources of historic newspapers, information about national libraries and archives as well as new arrivals at UNC Libraries.
- Place & language name changes: Here you will find advanced tips about subject analysis of library materials pertaining to the region and other idiosyncasies of library catalogs.