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SLAV 101: ELEMENTARY CZECH I
No previous knowledge of Czech required. Introduction to basic structure of contemporary Czech language and to culture. Reading and discussion of basic texts. Credit given for only one of C101, C111, or C311.
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SLAV 102: ELEMENTARY CZECH II
Continuation of C101. Credit given for only one of C102, C122, or C312.
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SLAV 182: UKRAINIAN THROUGH RUSSIAN
An accelerated Ukrainian language course for those who have previous experience with Russian or another Slavic language. Primarily a four-skill-based (i.e., speaking, listening, reading, writing) language class. Comparisons with Russian are made to clarify grammar points and faci...
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SLAV 200: RUSSIAN FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS
Addresses specific needs of heritage speakers. Develops aspects of speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and cultural knowledge necessary to promote professional level proficiency, with special attention to vocabulary expansion. Cyrillic computer literacy and exposure to Russian c...
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SLAV 201: INTERMEDIATE CZECH I
Continuation of work in structure and vocabulary acquisition through written exercises, study of word formation, drills, reading and discussion of short texts. Credit given for only one of C201, C211, or C313.
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SLAV 202: INTERMEDIATE CZECH II
Continuation of C201. Credit given for only one of C202, C222, or C314.
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SLAV 223: INTRODUCTION TO CZECH CULTURE
Introduction to history, literature, visual arts, music, film, and theatre of the Czechs.
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SLAV 229: RUSSIAN FOLK TALES
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SLAV 263: RUS LIT: PUSHKIN TO DOSTOEVSKY
The golden age of the Russian novel; its social, cultural, and economic context; the flowering of art and music; the rise of the metropolis in association with poverty, alienation, quest for identity (both national and personal), as reflected in the romantic and realistic works o...
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SLAV 264: RUS LIT:TOLSTOY TO SOLZHENITSYN
1880 to present, a period of profound political, social, and intellectual ferment: the Bolshevik Revolution, Civil War, collectivization, the Stalinist purges, World War II, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the rise of a "new" Russia. Knowledge of Russian not required.
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