Winter 2018. Courses subject to change.
Slavic 2. Elementary Russian.
Slavic 5. Intermediate Russian.
Slavic 33. Intro to Russian Culture.
Analyzes crucial trends and issues in Russian Culture in their historical, social and technological settings, from the rise of Moscow in the fifteenth century to post-Soviet Russia.
All lectures and readings are in English.
Slavic 101B. Advanced Russian.
Continued development of oral and written fluency. Special attention to development of reading skills through a variety of texts related to Russian culture. Systematic review of advanced grammer. Compositions, translations, and oral presentations required. Periodic screenings of Russian films.
Slavic 117I. Nabokov.
Intensive study of one author. Readings supplemented by select criticism.
Readings and lectures in English.
Slavic 123D. Twentieth Century Russian LIterature II.
Sara Pankenier Weld
Intensive study of particular authors, genres, literary movements, and selected topics in Russian literature after World War II.
Taught in English.
Slavic 130C. Contemporary Art in Russia and Eastern Europe.
Study of cental intellectual and aestheric trends in the late Soviet period and contemporary post-Soviet Russia and Eastern Europe. Analysis of literary texts and visual arts.
Taught in English. Same course as Art History 144C.