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  Volume 63, Number 2, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Libraries in a Postcommunist World: A Quarter of a Century of Development in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia: Part 1

Hermina G.B. Anghelescu, Issue Editor

Foreword

pp. 107-108
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Prologue

pp. 109-111
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Introduction

pp. 112-126
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A Tale of Public Libraries in Bulgaria, Poland, and Romania: The Case of Three Gates Foundation Grants

pp. 127-143
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Developing the Library Network in Postcommunist Russia: Trends, Issues, and Perspectives

pp. 144-160
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The Development of Czech Libraries, 1990–2013

pp. 161-182
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An Ongoing Process of Modernization: Libraries and Librarianship in Estonia

pp. 183-196
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A Friendly Conquest: German Libraries after the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989

pp. 197-211
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Hungarian Libraries and Librarianship, 1990–2013: An Overview

pp. 212-232
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Modernization of Libraries in a Postcommunist State: The Roles of the George Soros, Andrew W. Mellon, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundations in the Development of Latvian Libraries

pp. 233-251
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The Library Sector in Lithuania at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century

pp. 252-266
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Libraries and Librarianship in the Republic of Macedonia

pp. 267-283
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Searching for a Lost Identity: Serbian Librarianship at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century

pp. 284-298
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Polish Libraries: Leaping from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-first Century

pp. 299-314
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