Culture and Literature Courses

BCS

BCS 350 - Legacy of the Holocaust in Yugoslav Literature

BCS 436 – Modern BCS Literature

BCS 437 - Yugoslav Literature of Exile

Cultures and Literatures of East Europe

BCS 436 – Modern BCS Literature


CZECH 315 - The Czech New Wave and Its Legacy
CZECH 484 – Modern Czech Lit


POLISH 214 – Rock Poetry and Political Protest in Poland
POLISH 215: Heart of Europe: Poland Today
POLISH 314 - Polish Cinema 
POLISH 325/525 - Polish Literature in English to 1890
POLISH 326/526 – Polish Literature in English: 1890 to Present - Typically offered in Winter, every other year


RUSSIAN 322- Russia Today: Culture & Identity in a “Multi-national” State - Typically offered in Fall/Spring
RUSSIAN 347- Survey of Russian Literature I - Typically offered in Fall
RUSSIAN 348 - Survey of Russian Literature II - Typically offered in Winter
RUSSIAN 357 - Russian Drama in Context: From the Enlightenment to Post-Modernism
RUSSIAN 361- Russian Modernism: Decadence, Symbolism, and the Avant-garde in Russia
RUSSIAN 435 - Cultural History of Russian Jews through Literature and the Arts
RUSSIAN 461 - Pushkin
RUSSIAN 463 – Chekhov
RUSSIAN 474 - Late 20th-Century Russian Literature
RUSSIAN 479 - Vladimir Nabokov and World Literature II: The American Years
RUSSIAN 499 – Advanced Seminar in Russian (Offered in Winter)


SLAVIC 151 – First Year Seminar: Various topics including: Yiddish Love Stories; DUI (Discourse Under the Influence): An Introduction to Narratology; Prague: The Magic City; Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Short Fiction; Myth and History in Contemporary Balkan Literature; Rebellion: A Polish Tradition
SLAVIC 225 – Art & Culture: Central Europe
SLAVIC 290 – Studies E. European Culture
SLAVIC 312 – Central European Cinema
SLAVIC 313 – Russian/Ukraine Film
SLAVIC 316 – RUSLAN Service Learning
SLAVIC 470 – check course guide for topic
SLAVIC 471 – Seminar in Cultural Studies
SLAVIC 490 – Cultures of E. Europe: Various topics include: Rock Kills Communism; Revolution in the Attic

Czech

CZECH 315 - The Czech New Wave and Its Legacy
CZECH 484 – Modern Czech Lit

Polish

POLISH 214 - Rock Poetry and Political Protest in Poland
POLISH 215 - Heart of Europe: Poland Today
POLISH 314 - Polish Cinema
POLISH 325/525 - Polish Literature in English to 1890
POLISH 326/526 - Polish Literature in English: 1890 to Present

Russian

RUSSIAN 322 - Russia Today: Culture & Identity in a “Multi-national” State - typically offered in FALL/SPRING

RUSSIAN 347 - Survey of Russian Literature I - typically offered in FALL

RUSSIAN 348 - Survey of Russian Literature II - typically offered in WINTER

RUSSIAN 357 - Russian Drama in Context: From the Enlightenment to Post-Modernism

RUSSIAN 361 - Russian Modernism: Decadence, Symbolism, and the Avant-garde in Russia

RUSSIAN 435 - Cultural History of Russian Jews through Literature and the Arts

RUSSIAN 461 - Pushkin

RUSSIAN 463 - Chekhov

RUSSIAN 479 - Vladimir Nabokov and World Literature II: The American Years

RUSSIAN 474 - Late 20th-Century Russian Literature

Ukrainian

UKR 320/520: Ukrainian Poetry
UKR 470: Cultures of Ukraine

Link to LSA Course Guide