Courses, Spring 2016
Language and Select Area Studies Course Offerings
- International and Area Studies (IAS)
- Political Economy
- Political Science
- Slavic Languages and Literatures
- Language Courses
- Be sure to check the Schedule of Classes for the most up-to-date information about course offerings. If you have questions about a course, please contact the department offering the course. All langauge courses listed are offered by the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
—History 101. Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History: Early Modern Europe. MWF 3-4p. M W Dean.
—History 103B. Europe. W 2-4p. Yu Slezkine.
—History 158C. Old and New Europe, 1914 to the Present. MWF 3-4p. M W Dean.
—History 160. The International Economy of the 20th Century. MWF 12-1p. A Milivojevic.
—History 171C. The Soviet Union, 1917 to the Present. TR 330-5p. Yu Slezkine.
—History 173C. History of Eastern Europe: From 1900 to the Present. MWF 11-12p. J Connelly.
—IAS 194. Nations and Empires in the Global 20th Century. R 4-6p. D I Beecher.
—Political Economy 101. Contemporary Theories of Political Economy. TR 11-1230p. D I Beecher.
—Political Science 149N. Nations, Nationalism, and Conflict in the Soviet Successor States. R 12-2p. E W Walker.
—Slavic R5A. In the Zone. TR 8-930a. GSI TBD.
—Slavic R5A. Encounters with Utopia. MWF 8-9a. GSI TBD.
—Slavic R5B. Strange Minds. TR 8-930a. GSI TBD.
—Slavic R5B. Representing the Russian Peasant. MWF 12-1p. GSI TBD.
—Slavic 24. Freshman Seminar: Topic TBA. W 10-11a. R Alexander.
—Slavic 39L. Russian Short Fiction. TR 330-5p. L Golburt.
—Slavic 46. Twentieth-Century Russian Literature: The Subversive Imagination: Russian Literary Responses to the Soviet Experience and Its Aftermath. TR 330-5p. M Douzjian.
—Slavic 50. Introduction to Russian/East European/Eurasian Cultures. MWF 10-11a. D Kavitskaya.
—Armenian 124. Armenian Literature in Social Context. W 2-4p. M Douzjian.
—Slavic 134C. Dostoevsky. TR 930-11a. E Naiman.
—Slavic 138/Film and Media 160. Dziga Vertov in Context. Lecture: MW 1230-2p, Lab: W 3-6p. A Nesbet.
—Slavic 147A. East Slavic Folklore. TR 1230-2p. R Alexander.
—Slavic 161. Readings in Czech Literature. MWF 9-10a. E Langer.
—Slavic 170. Survey of Yugoslav Literatures. TR 330-5p. R Alexander.
—Slavic 190. Russian Culture Taught in Russian: Country, Identity, and Language. TR 2-330p. A Muza.
—Armenian 1B. Introductory Armenian. TR 11-1230p. H Seropian.
—Armenian 101B. Continuing Armenian. TR 1230-2p. H Seropian.
—Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian 27B. Introductory BCS. MTWRF 9-10a. Instructor TBD.
—Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian 117B. Continuing BCS. MWF 11-12p. M Janjic.
—Czech 26B. Introductory Czech. MTWRF 9-10a. Instructor TBD.
—Czech 116B. Continuing Czech. MWF 12-1p. E Langer.
—Hungarian 1B. Introductory Hungarian. TR 11-1230p. E Szőke.
—Hungarian 100. Readings in Hungarian. TR 1-2p. E Szőke.
—Polish 25B. Introductory Polish. MTWRF 12-1p. K Zacha.
—Polish 115B. Continuing Polish. MWF 10-11a. K Zacha.
—Russian 1, Sec. 1. Elementary Russian. MTWRF 11-12p. GSI TBD.
—Russian 1, Sec. 2. Elementary Russian. MTWRF 1-2p. GSI TBD.
—Russian 2. Elementary Russian. MTWRF 11-12p. GSI TBD.
—Russian 3. Intermediate Russian. MTWRF 11-12p. GSI TBD.
—Russian 4. Intermediate Russian. MTWRF 11-12p. GSI TBD.
—Russian 6B. Introductory Russian for Heritage Speakers. MWF 11-12p. A Muza.
—Russian 103B. Advanced Russian. TR 11-1230p. A Muza.
—Russian 120B. Advanced Russian Conversation and Communication. MWF 1-2p. L Little.
—Russian 190. Russian Culture Taught in Russian: Country, Identity, and Language. TR 2-330p. A Muza.
—Russian 201. Advanced Russian Proficiency Maintenance. M 1-4p. A Muza.