Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society receives, maintains, preserves, expands and makes available to scholars the world’s most comprehensive collection of materials on religious persecution under communist and other totalitarian regimes.
Research and Resources
The Michael Bourdeaux Research Center houses the library and archives, beckoning scholars to explore Keston's press clippings, pamphlets, reports, manuscripts, bibliographies, photographs, and posters along with nearly 9,000 books and periodicals in English, Russian, German, Polish and other languages.
Explore some of the treasures of the Keston Center remotely using our digital collections.
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BARD is a searchable resource used to discover archival collections, including personal papers and records.
Discover important information for Keston Center researchers and scholars, including information about scholarships.
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