SUMMER I 2013: RUSS 2120 Introduction to Russian Culture.
Professor Elena Murenina, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures
Daily 11:30-1 Bate 2015 (40494).
Russian avant-garde art and cinema, medieval hagiographic writings and the icons of Kiev and Muscovy; baroque and neo-classical architecture and the parks of St. Petersburg; the cultural origins of Russian poetry; Russian prose of the "Golden Age," and its impact on the emotional content of national opera and ballet; Chekhov's drama and Stanislavsky's theatre; animated cartoons inspired by Russian folk tales; traditional decorative crafts, and more.
No knowledge of Russian is required. All Russian films will be shown with English subtitles. Satisfies the Humanities Foundation requirement and counts toward the Russian Studies minor or major.
FALL 2013: HIST 3552. Imperial Russia 1682-1917
Professor Richard Hernandez, Department of History
MWF 1-1:50 Brewster B205 (84812).
Political, social, cultural and intellectual history of Russia under the Romanovs from Peter I to the October Revolution.
|HIST 3552||Imperial Russia 1682-1917||R. Hernandez||84812||001 MWF 1-1:50||B B205|
|POLI 3235||East European Political Systems||Y. Kim||82143||001 TTh 11-12:15||B C101|
|RUSS 1001||Russian Level I||E. Murenina
|001 MWF 11-11:50
002 MWF 12-12:50
|Rawl Annex 101
|RUSS 1003||Russian Level III||I. Swain||84117||001 MWF 10-10:50||Rawl Annex 101|
|RUSS 2700||Intermediate Composition & Conversation||E. Murenina||84118||001 MW 2-3:15||Rawl Annex 339|