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Russian invasion of Ukraine

Resources for the Penn State community about the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Introduction

Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center is glowing blue and yellow to show support for the people of Ukraine. Political map of Ukraine

This guide provides context to the culture and history of Ukraine and Russia, Ukrainian and Russian news sources, Russian-Ukraine conflict maps, and Ukrainian libraries and cultural heritage. Resources for the critical review of news and media sources provide suggestions for the verification of information. The "Penn State responds" section summarizes Penn State activities and statements regarding the Russian invasion of Ukraine (2022).

Image credits:
Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center is glowing blue and yellow to show support for the people of Ukraine. Patrick Mansell/Penn State
Political map of Ukraine. Nations Online Project.

Acknowledgments

This guide was created in March 2022 by Tara Anthony, Tara Murray Grove, Jeff Knapp, and Emily Reed. In creating this guide, we have drawn on the resources and design of guides created by other libraries. Below are links to those guides that we have used or been inspired by for one or more portions of this guide. We encourage you to check out their guides for even more resources. (Note: some resources in these guides may require institutional affiliation for access.)