Slavic Studies (Pol,Rusn,Ukrn) (SLAV)
A survey of major theoretical approaches to German and Slavic literatures and cultures. Discusses the aesthetics of Enlightenment and Idealism, Nietzsche, Freud, Russian Formalism, Prague Structuralism, hermeneutics, semiotics, dialogism (Bakhtin), the Frankfurt School, collective memory, gender studies, post-colonialism, and multi-culturalism.
This course provides a general introduction to theories and approaches in second language acquisition (SLA) and methods of language teaching specifically designed for MA students of German and Slavic languages.
Seminar discussions of various problems in Slavic literatures as related to the students' field of research. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.
Selected problems in contemporary Slavic literatures as related to the students' field of research.
A study of the representative works of modernism in Slavic countries with a focus on the years 1890-1930. The styles and movements that characterized the period will be examined. References will be made to the art of the period.
An independent study course in Slavic literatures, cultures, or folklore. Topics will be selected to meet students' research or study interests. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.