Contributors to this Electronic Archive include:
Forschungsstelle Osteuropa, the Research Centre for East European Studies.
“Reading Habits and Dissent during the Period of Stagnation in the Soviet Union, 1960s-1980s” , a project of Josephine von Zitzewitz and Gennady Kuzovkin.
The Yuli Kosharovsky Collection, Jerusalem, Israel.
The Association Remember and Save, Archive of the Jewish Aliya Movement in the Soviet Union. Haifa, Israel.
The Petro Jacyk Resource Centre at the University of Toronto includes the Igor Belousovitch Collection of Samizdat and Independent Press. See also the description of Czech & Slovak collections including samizdat and materials about dissidence.
St. Petersburg Memorial , Information and Research Centre.
IS[R]A , International Samizdat [Research] Association.
Related Sites of Interest include:
The Andrei Belyi Center hosts a Samizdat Archive with issues of «Часы» (The Clock), «Архив» (Archive), and others.
A searchable edition of Вести из СССР (News Brief USSR).
«Антология самиздата» Anthology of Samizdat, ed. V.V. Igrunov (Moscow, 2005), vols. 1-3.
Archives of Vladimir Bukovsky , with a section on “Suppression of Dissidents.”
The Digital history project “Gulag: Many Days, Many Lives” at George Mason University, working with the Gulag Museum at Perm 36 and the International Memorial Society.