Courses by Term

Here are the courses offered in Russian by term. Please check here often for up-to-date information on course meeting times and course availability. Course descriptions can also be found on the Registrar's site.

 

All terms: Arrange

 

Academic Year 2017-18

Fall 2017

Academic Year 2017-18

Winter 2018

  • RUSS 02: Introductory Russian - Rakova - 11
  • RUSS 07.01: First Year Seminar: Who is the Terrorist?- Patyk - 10
  • RUSS 10: Introductory to Russian Civilization (TMV/CI) Gronas - 2A
  • RUSS 13: Slavic Folklore: Vampires, Witches and Firebirds (LIT/INT/W) Patyk - 12
  • RUSS 18: THEA 10.03 Russian Theater Somoff-10A
  • RUSS 32 : 20th Century Russian Fiction (LIT/W) Somoff - 11
  • RUSS 71: Advanced Seminar in Russian Culture (LIT/W)- Gronas - 3A

Academic Year 2017-18

Spring 2018

Academic Year 2017 - 2018

Summer 2018

RUSS 21: Russian Civilization: Study Abroad (LSA+) (SOC/INT/W) Garretson -Arr
RUSS 22: The Russian Language: Study Abroad (LSA+) (W) Garretson - Arr

RUSS 29: Intermediate Russian III - Rakova - 11

Academic Year 2017 - 2018

Fall 2018

Academic Year 2018 - 2019

Winter 2019

  • RUSS 02: Introductory Russian - Rakova - 11
  • RUSS 07.01: Who is the Terrorist? - Patyk - 10
  • RUSS 28: Intermediate Russian II - Rakova - 12
  • RUSS 31: Transgressive Novels: Masterpieces of Russian Fiction - Somoff - TBD
  • RUSS 38: Special topics in Russian Literature - TBD
  • RUSS 71: Advanced Seminar in Russian Culture LITor INT/W - Somoff - TBD

Academic Year 2018 - 2019

Spring 2019

  • RUSS 3: Introductory Russian - Garrestson - 9L
  • RUSS 10: Introductory Russian Civilization TMV/CI - Patyk - 12
  • RUSS 13: Slavic Folklore: Vampires, Witches and Firebirds - LITorINT/W - Somoff
  • RUSS 29: Intermediate Russian III - Somoff- 12
  • RUSS 32: Twentieth-Century Russian Literature: Revolution, Terror, and Art -LIT/W - TBD
  • RUSS 35: Dostoevsky and the Problem of Evil - LIT/W - Patyk - 2A