RUSS-116 Russia A-Z II
Spring for 2015-2016
This one-credit course is a survey of major topics in Russian culture from its beginnings to the present. It will acquaint students with various issues and fields of inquiry in Russian language, literature, linguistics and culture and help provide the necessary background for further study, both in the U.S. and in the Russian Federation. It is also intended as an introductory course for interested students with little or no background in these subject areas. The course will be team-taught by members of the Department of Slavic Languages and will be primarily in lecture format. In the final three classes of the semester, a professor will be reporting on his or her individual research. All lectures and readings are in English. (No prerequisites. Students need not have taken Russia A to Z I.)
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Spring '16: Andrews D, Fedorova L, Grenier S, Meerson O, Mihaychuk G, Morris M (file download)
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