Brill is sharing and opening relevant research concerning Ukraine.
De Gruyter in partnership with their publishing partners are opening up a curated collection of titles pertaining to Ukraine and Russia. They are offering free access to over 115 eBooks and 13 journals in European history, International Relations, Law, Modern History, Political Science, Slavic Literature, Sociology to ensure that everyone who is looking for background information on the region and the history of the conflict, has the opportunity to educate themselves.
East View has compiled Ukraine-themed sources of information on its website.
H-Ukraine promotes scholarly and intellectual discussion of Ukrainian studies and history. This network strives to make available recent scholarship, teaching resources, and other material related to the academic study of Ukraine.
A guide to library resources related to Russian and Eastern European Studies provided by the University of Helsinki Library, the Slavonic Library of the National Library and the Alexander Institute.
The collections of the Slavonic Library of the National Library of Finland provide research information and perspectives on the history of the regions of Russia and Eastern Europe.
Taylor&Francis brings together journal articles, book chapters, and expert analysis related to Ukraine.