The author discusses the problem of cataloging books written in Russo-Serbian script, a mixed Russian, Serbian, and Church Slavic script used for Serbian in the 19th century. He gives a brief overview of the historical-linguistic context, and then offers a solution which includes a proposal for a systematic transliteration (romanization) scheme.
This is a pre-print of the article published as: Husic, Geoff(2009)'Russo-Serbian Orthography: Cataloging Conundrum and a Proposed Solution',Slavic & East European Information Resources,10:1,45 — 60.
It is identical to the published article except that the samples in MARC tagged format are preserved correctly in the pre-print.
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