• Revolutionary Legality. Moscow, 1926.

    The magazine was published in 1926 in Moscow at the publishing house "Legal Protection". The magazine featured issues of civil, criminal, employment, economic, peasant, administrative, and financial law, as well as legislative activities and the legal activity in the USSR.

    Presented issues: 1926.

  • Rodina (Motherland). Saint-Petersburg, 1879-1917.

    Literary and art family magazine with illustrated supplements "World Review" and "Entertainment at Leisure Hours". It was founded in Saint-Petersburg in 1879 by V. A. Zakharov. Monthly edition, since 1883 - weekly. In 1879-1880, it was edited as a supplement to the "Herald of Popular Help" magazine, in 1884 as a supplement to the "Progressive Agriculture" magazine. Since August 1883, the magazine was reorganized into a newspaper. In 1886, A. A. Kaspari bought the publication. Since 1888, the publication was issued as two parallel editions entitled: "Rodina (Motherland): an illustrated magazine for family reading" (since 1908 - a literary and family magazine with illustrated supplements "World Review" and "Entertainment at Leisure Hours") and "Rodina (Motherland): weekly political, public, and literary newspaper" (since 1909, as a free supplement to the "Rodina" magazine). Each year has a common title page: "Rodina (Motherland): weekly illustrated literary magazine and political public newspaper". After No. 52 of 1911, the independent publication of the newspaper was discontinued. In 1912, each issue of the magazine had the "Rodina" newspaper section featured weekly reviews of politics and public life. The Magazine had supplements: "World Traveler", "Agriculture and Housekeeping", "Entertainment at Leisure Hours", "Contemporary Events", "Illustrated World Review", "Knowledge and Benefits", "Historical Library", "Collection of Russian and Foreign literature" and others.

    Presented issues: 1890, 1891, 1897, 1899, 1900-1902,1905-1907, 1909-1913, 1915, 1917.

  • Rodina (Motherland). Moscow, 1989-.

    Historical popular science magazine (formerly socio-political, popular science, and illustrated magazine). It has been publishing since 1989 in Moscow. Monthly edition. Establishers: Government of the Russian Federation, Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. Editorial Office and Publisher: Federal State Budgetary Institution "Editorial Board of the "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" (since March 2014). Chief Editors(at different times): Y. A. Sovtsov (1989), V. P. Dolmatov (1990-2006), Y. A. Borisenok (2007-2014), V. A. Fronin (since 2014). From 1993 to 2003 the magazine had a supplement - the "Istochnik" ("Source") magazine. The online version of the magazine: https://rodina.rg.ru/. It publishes scientific and popular science materials on issues of Russian and world history; unique photographs; special thematic issues. Among the authors of the magazine are well-known historians, archaeologists, writers, and publicists.

    Presented issues: 2015-2017.

  • Russian Law Magazine. Yekaterinburg, 1993-.

    Scientific, theoretical, informational, and practical publication. The magazine was established in 1992 by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation and Ural State Law Academy (since April 2014 - Ural State Law University). Has been publishing in Yekaterinburg. Publication frequency: quarterly (1993-2006), since 2007 - 6 times a year. The Editorial Board and Editorial Council of the magazine include scientists and practitioners from various regions of Russia and abroad, representing law schools of Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Voronezh, Saratov, Kazan, Perm, Tyumen, Barnaul, Leven, Kiel, Beijing. The purpose of the publication is the comprehensive discussion of federal and regional problems of legal regulation and law enforcement practice. The magazine pays attention to the problems of state and local government, investigative and judicial practice, comparative law. The main sections: "Theory of Law and the State", "International Law", "Economics and Law", "Civil Law and the Process", "Criminal Law and the Process", etc.

    Presented issues: 2003-2015.

  • Russian Conversation. Moscow, 1856-1860.

    Magazine of the Slavophilia intellectual movement. It was published in 1856-1860 in Moscow. Publication frequency: 4 Vol. per year, from 1859 - 6 Vol. per year, in 1860 only 2 Vol. were published. Publisher and Editor: A. I. Koshelev; Co-editors: T. I. Filippov (until the beginning of 1857), then - P. I. Bartenev and M. A. Maksimovich. From 1858 to August 1859 editor was I. S. Aksakov. The publication was a joint-stock society. Shareholders A. I. Koshelev, Y. F. Samarin, A. S. Khomyakov and V. A. Cherkassky made up the "Editorial Board" and were the main staff of the magazine. Sections of the magazine: "Fiction", "Science", "Criticism", "Review", "Miscellaneous", "Biographies". Authors who actively collaborated with the magazine were K. S. Aksakov, I. D. Belyaev, N. P. Gilyarov-Platonov, A. F. Hilferding, I. V. Kireevsky. It released articles by V. N. Leshkov, M. A. Maksimovich, M. P. Pogodin and S. P. Shevyrev. Scientists and writers from Slavic countries were involved in the magazine. It featured works of Russian writers: I. S. and K. S. Aksakov, S. T. Aksakova, V. I. Dal, I. S. Nikitin, A. K. Tolstoy, F. I. Tyutchev, A. S. Khomyakov, A. N. Ostrovsky, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin, T. G. Shevchenko, and others. A monthly supplement to the journal was the “Rural Improvement" which featured materials on the peasant question. The magazine’s traditions were continued by the magazine of the same name, published in Saint-Petersburg in 1895-1896.

    Presented issues: 1856-1859.

  • Russian Conversation. Saint-Petersburg, 1895-1896.

    Literary and political magazine. It was published in 1895-1896 in Saint-Petersburg. Until 1895, it was entitled "Galician-Russian Herald". In 1897, the publication was discontinued. Monthly edition. Publishers: A. V. Vasiliev, E. A. Evdokimov (1895), A. V. Vasiliev, E. A. Evdokimov (1896). Publisher and Editor: V. S. Dragomiretsky. It published a monthly supplement "Blagovest" magazine. Among the authors were historians, writers, publicists: A. A. Vvedensky, D. I. Ilovaisky, S. F. Sharapov, and others. The magazine featured issues of politics, literature, economics, history, and printed artworks. He continued the tradition of the magazine of the same name, published in Moscow in 1856-1860.

    Presented issues: 1895-1896.

  • Russian Antiquity. Saint-Petersburg, 1870-1918.

    Historical journal founded by historian M. I. Semevsky in Saint-Petersburg. It was published in 1870-1918. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): M. I. Semevsky, A. S. Lotsinsky, N. K. Schilder, N. F. Dubrovin, P. N. Voronov. The journal published official documents, autobiographies, memoirs, letters of political and public figures, cultural figures, first publications of Russian writers of the XVIII - first half of the XIX centuries.

    Presented issues: 1870-1881, 1883, 1886-1917.

  • Russian Archive. Moscow, 1863-1917.

    Historical and literary collection. It was published at the Chertkovsky library in Moscow in 1863-1917 by the historian and literary critic P. I. Bartenev. The last issue No. 2/3 was edited in 1917. Monthly magazine. Editors and Publishers (at different times): P. I. Bartenev, N. S. Bartenev, Y. P. Bartenev, P. Y. Bartenev. The collection was published in issues (notebooks), 12 issues per year. The issues were combined into volumes, the number of issues in the volume in different years was different: 2, 3, 4. The magazine featured memorial, epistolary, literary, artistic, and departmental documents, and materials about the cultural and political history of Russia in the XVIII-XIX centuries. It also published the works of Russian writers and poets: V. A. Zhukovsky, M. Y. Lermontov, N. M. Karamzin, N. V. Gogol, and others. The supplements issued tables of contexts indexes, memoirs, and literary works. The magazine was resumed in the 1990s as a Russian historical magazine with the same title.

    Presented issues: 1868, 1869, 1877, 1878, 1880, 1888-1890, 1904-1906.

  • Russian Herald. Moscow, 1856-1906.

    Literary and political magazine. It was published in Moscow (1856-1887, 1896-1902) and Saint-Petersburg (1887-1896, 1902-1906). The magazine was founded by a publicist, literary critic, and publisher M. N. Katkov. Editors and Publishers: M. N. Katkov (1856-1887), S. P. Katkova (1887), writer F. N. Berg (1887-1894), lawyer M. M. Katkov (1896-1902), public figure and journalist V. V. Komarov (1902-1906). Monthly edition (12 issues per year, 2 issues in the volume). A total of 306 volumes were published (in the numbering of volumes, number 192 was omitted, number 247 was given twice). In 1858-1861, "Supplements to the Russian Herald" were published (6 volumes). From 1861, the "Modern Chronicle" section was published as an independent magazine of the same name. The magazine featured issues of Russian and foreign history, philology, economics, trade. It published travel notes, articles on agriculture, etc. Among the authors were Russian writers of the XIX century: L. N. Tolstoy, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin, I. S. Turgenev, F. I. Tyutchev, A. A. Fet, F. M. Dostoevsky, A. N. Ostrovsky, N. S. Leskov. The magazine edited such works as "War and Peace", "Anna Karenina", "Crime and Punishment", and "The Brothers Karamazov".

    Presented issues: 1862, 1871, 1875, 1882, 1888-1890, 1900, 1901.

  • Russian Philological Herald. Warsaw, 1879-1917.

    Scientific linguistic and historical-literary journal, founded in 1879 by professor M. A. Kolosov. Until 1915 it was published in Warsaw, in 1915-1917 in Moscow, Petrograd, and Kazan. Editors (at different times): M. A. Kolosov (1879-1880), A. I. Smirnov (1880-1904), E. F. Karsky (1904-1917). Publication frequency - 4 issues per year (two issues made up the volume). A total of 78 volumes were published. The magazine published studies on language, folk poetry, Old Russian and Slavic literature, articles, and notes on contemporary Russian literature. Great attention was paid to works on comparative and general linguistics, the history of the Russian language, and Slavic paleography. Since 1907, the "Russian Philological Herald" published the works of the Moscow Dialectological Commission.

    Presented issues: 1879-1882, 1887-1918.

  • Russian language at school: A scientific and methodological journal. Moscow, 1936- .

    A scientific and methodological journal published since 1936 in Moscow. Until 1991, it was the journal of the Ministry of Education of the RSFSR (formerly the Ministry of Public Education of the RSFSR, the Ministry of Education of the RSFSR). “Russian Language and Literature in Secondary School” was formed as a result of the division of the publication into two journals: "Literature at School" and "Russian Language at School". Previous titles of the journal: "Mother tongue at school”: (1914-1916, Yaroslavl; 1917-1927, Moscow, editor-publisher: A.M. Lebedev), "Russian language in the labor school" (1928), "Russian Language in the Soviet School" (1929-1931), "Litarature and Language in the Polytechnic School" (1932), "Mother tongue and Literature in Secondary School", "Russian Language and Literature in Secondary School" (1934-1935). The journal was not published in 1942-1945. Frequency: it is published every two months, 6 issues per year. Editors-in-chief: Academician P.I. Lebedev-Polyansky, A.M. Peshkovsky, K.A. Alaverdov (1936-1938), Corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences S.G. Barkhudarov (1938-1946), Doctor of Philology N.A. Glagolev, Doctor of Philology S.I. Abakumov (1946-1949), Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences D.E. Rosenthal (1949-1950), academician V.I. Borkovsky (1950-1953), Doctor of Philology E.M. Galkina-Fedoruk (1953-1963), academician, Doctor of Philology N.M. Shansky (1963-2005), Candidate of Philology N.A. Nikolina (since 2005). Since 2001, the journal "Russian language at school and at home" (with its own numbering) has been published in a common cover with the journal. Russian language teaching and learning topical issues are highlighted in the journal, and the results of fundamental and applied research in the field of Russian studies and methods of teaching the Russian language are summarized. Materials on the history and current state of the Russian language, its grammar, vocabulary, phraseology, stylistics, spelling are published; achievements of leading scientific linguistic and methodological schools are reflected. Among the authors of the journal were well-known methodologists: S.I. Abakumov, K.B. Barkhin, V.A. Dobromyslov, M.A. Rybnikova, M.V. Ushakov, A.V. Tekuchev, L.Yu. Maksimov, E.A. Baranova, I.A. Figurovsky, L.P. Fedorenko, M.T. Baranov, N.A. Plenkin and others. Prominent figures of Russian studies and general linguistics wrote for the journal: L.V. Shcherba, S.P. Obnorsky, I.I. Meshchaninov, N.N. Durnovo, D.N. Ushakov, V.V. Vinogradov, A.M. Peshkovsky, G.O. Vinokur, L.A. Bulakhovsky, R.I. Avanesov, A.N. Gvozdev, A.A. Reformatsky, A.B. Shapiro, V.A. Beloshapkova, D.N. Shmelev.

    Presented issues: 1938, 1939.

  • Russian Wealth. Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd, 1879-1918.

    The literary, scientific, and political magazine. It was published in Saint-Petersburg / Petrograd (1879-1905, 1906, 1914, No. 9 (May), 1918). In 1906 (January-May) the publication of the magazine was discontinued by a decision of the Saint-Petersburg Trial Chamber. The magazines "Modern Notes" (No. 1) and "Modernity" (No. 1 (March) - 2 (April)) were sent to subscribers. In 1914, the publication of the magazine was discontinued by the Petrograd Gradonachalnik according to the law on areas during the military situation. Instead of the "Russian Wealth" magazine, the following magazines were sent to subscribers: "Russian Notes" (No. 1 (November)) - 1917 (No. 2/3), "Russian Notes" ("Russian Wealth") (1917, No. 2/3) and "Russian Wealth" ("Russian Notes") ”(1917, No. 4 / 5-11 / 12). In 1917, the publication of the journal resumed. Monthly magazine. Editors (at different times): V. G. Korolenko, N. K. Mikhailovsky, V. S. Elpatievsky, S. V. Korolenko, L. I. Borozdich, A. F. Rodionova, and others. The magazine published fiction, scientific and critical articles, reviews of new books, chronicles, and reviews of public life. Among the authors were G. I. Uspensky, K. M. Stanyukovich, D. N. Mamin-Sibiryak, N. G. Garin-Mikhailovsky, A. I. Kuprin, V. G. Korolenko, V. V. Lesevich, V. A. Myakotin, P. V. Mokievsky, M. M. Kovalevsky, V. I. Semevsky, S. A. Vengerov, I. V. Luchitsky, H. M. Yadrintsev, I. I. Ivanov, A. A. Kizevetter, G. N. Potanin, M. A. Antonovich, M. M. Filippov, P. B. Struve, V. A. Fausek, V. V. Vodovozov, and others. It was resumed in Moscow in 1991 under the same name (publication of the Russian Branch of the International Pedagogical Academy).

    Presented issues: 1883.