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Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

RES Track Course Listings

Below is a list of courses that fulfill certificate requirements and reflect the breadth of disciplines that correspond with the study of REEES. Not every course is offered every year; some may be one-time-only offerings. In addition, there may be courses not listed below which qualify toward the certificate. Please consult with the program director or program manager.

Fall 2019

HIS 360 The Russian Empire: From Peter the Great to Nicholas II
NES 362 Blood, Sex, and Oil: The Caucasus
POL 374 Russian and Post-Soviet Politics
RUS 101 Beginner's Russian I
RUS 103 Russian for Heritage Speakers
RUS 105 Intermediate Russian I
RUS 207 Advanced Russian Reading and Conversation I
RUS 407 Advance Russian through Film
SLA 219/RES 219 Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoevsky: Introduction to the Great Russian Novel
SLA 345/ECS 354/RES 345/COM 345 East European Literature and Politics
SLA 413/RES 413 Pushkin and His Time
SLA 416/RES 416 Dostoevsky
TUR 101 Elementary Turkish I
TUR 105 Intermediate Turkish I

Spring 2019

RUS 102 Beginner's Russian II
RUS 107 Intermediate Russian II
RUS 108 Russian for Heritage Speakers II
RUS 208 Advanced Russian Reading and Conversation II
SLA 220/RES 220 The Great Russian Novel and Beyond
SLA 221/RES 221 Soviet Culture, Above and Below Ground
SLA 305/COM 377/RES 305/ANT 343 Roma (Gypsies) in Eastern Europe: The Dynamics of Culture
SLA 350/RES 350 Russian Fairy Tales
SLA 415/COM 415/RES 415 Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace: Writing as Fighting
SOC 308/RES 308/EAS308 Communism and Beyond: China and Russia
TUR 102 Elementary Turkish II
TUR 107 Intermediate Turkish II
TUR 305 Advanced Turkish: Selected Readings in Historical and Literary Texts

Language:
RUS 101  Beginner's Russian I
RUS 102 Beginner's Russian II
RUS 103  Russian for Heritage Speakers
RUS 105  Intermediate Russian I
RUS 107 Intermediate Russian II
RUS 108 Russian for Heritage Speakers II
RUS 207  Advanced Russian Reading and Conversation I
RUS 208  Advanced Russian Reading and Conversation II
RUS 407  Advanced Russian Through Film
RUS 408  Advanced Russian Through History

TUR 101  Elementary Turkish I
TUR 102  Elementary Turkish II
TUR 105  Intermediate Turkish I
TUR 107  Intermediate Turkish II
TUR 305 Advanced Turkish: Selected Readings in Historical and Literary Texts

Culture, Literature, and the Arts:
ART 337/GER 337  Court, Cloister, and City: Art and Architecture in Centreal and Eastern Europe
ART 393/SLA 393/AMS 392/RES 393  Getting the Picture: Photojournalism in the U.S. and Russia
COM 410/SLA 410  Bakhtin, Formalists, Cultural Semiotics
COM 415/SLA 415/RES 415  Tolstoy War and Peace
ECS 360/SLA 360  Central European Literature of the 20th Century
MUS 339/SLA 311  Russian Music
SLA 218/RES 218  Soviet Cinema
SLA 219/RES 219  Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoevsky: Introduction to the Great Russian Novel
SLA 220/RES 220  The Great Russian Novel and Beyond: Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Chekhov and Others
SLA 221/RES 221  Soviet Culture, Above and Below Ground
SLA 301/ANT 382/RES 301  Russian Folklore
SLA 305/COM 377/RES 305/ANT 343 Roma (Gypsies) in Eastern Europe: The Dynamics of Culture
SLA 308/RES 309  The Russian Short Story
SLA 310/COM 369/RES 310  Philosophy and Literature: Western Thought and the Russian Dialogic Imagination
SLA 312/RES 312  Russian Drama
SLA 345/ECS 354/COM 345/RES 345  East European Literature and Politics
SLA 347/JDS 337  Jewish Topics in East European Cinema
SLA 350/RES 350 Russian Fairy Tales
SLA 361/RES 361  The Evil Empire: Reading Putin's Russia
SLA 367/RES 367  On Space in Russian Culture
SLA 368/HUM 368/RES 368/COM 348  Literature and Medicine
SLA 395/RES 395  Czeslaw Milosz: Poetry, Politics, History
SLA 396/ECS 397  Polish Literature on Screen
SLA 411/RES 411  Selected Topics in Russian Literature and Culture
SLA 412/RES 412  Selected Topics in Russian Literature and Cutlure
SLA 413/RES 413  Pushkin and His Time
SLA 415/COM 415/RES 415  Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace: Writing as Fighting
SLA 416/RES 416  Dostoevsky
SLA 417/COM 418/ENG 424/RES 417  Vladimir Nabokov

History:
HIS 360  The Russian Empire: From Peter the Great to Nicholas II
HIS 362  The Soviet Empire
HIS 406  Two Empires: Russia and the US from Franklin to Trump
HIS 480  Property How, Why and What We Own
NES 362 Blood, Sex and Oil: The Caucasus
NES 406  The Great War in the Middle East

Social Sciences:
NES 362  Blood, Sex and Oil: The Caucasus
NES 364/REL 399  Secularism in Muslim Central Asia and the Middle East
POL 432  Seminar in Comparative Politics: Russia, Ukraine and the New Cold War
POL 433  Seminar in Comparative Politics: Democratization and Economic Reforms After Communism
POL 374 Russian and Post-Soviet Politics
SLA 338/ANT 338  Between Heaven and Hell: Myths and Memories of Siberia
SLA 368/HUM 368/RES 368  Literature and Medicine
SLA 420/ANT 420/COM 424/RES 420  Communist Modernity: The Politics and Culture of Soviet Utopia
SOC 308/RES 308  Communism and Beyond: China and Russia