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    College of William & Mary
   
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Russian Studies

   •  RUSN 101 -  Elementary Russian Through Video I
   •  RUSN 102 -  Elementary Russian Through Video II
   •  RUSN 150 -  First Year Seminar
   •  RUSN 201 -  Intermediate Russian Through Video I
   •  RUSN 202 -  Intermediate Russian Through Video II
   •  RUSN 250 -  Russian Myths and Legends
   •  RUSN 300 -  Russian Study Abroad
   •  RUSN 303 -  Advanced Russian: Conversation, Composition, Reading I
   •  RUSN 304 -  Advanced Russian: Conversation, Composition, Reading II
   •  RUSN 305 -  Directed Readings in Russian Literature
   •  RUSN 306 -  Directed Readings in Russian Literature
   •  RUSN 308 -  Topics in Russian Literature and Culture (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 309 -  Topics in Russian Cinema (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 310 -  Advanced Conversation (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 320 -  Russian Cultural History (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 330 -  Survey of Russian Literature (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 340 -  Russian Media Culture (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 350 -  Topics in Russian Literature (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 380 -  Russian Cinema: 'The Most Important Art' (Taught In English)
   •  RUSN 387 -  Love, Adultery and Prostitution in 19th Century Literature (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 388 -  Revolution, Crime, and Romance in 20th Century Russian Literature (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 390 -  Russian Literature Since the Death of Stalin (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 392 -  Special Themes in Russian Literature and Culture (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 393 -  Special Themes in Russian Language and Culture (Taught in Russian)
   •  RUSN 396 -  Major Works of Chekhov (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 397 -  Major Works of Dostoevsky (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 398 -  Major Works of Tolstoy (Taught in English)
   •  RUSN 402 -  Russian Poetry
   •  RUSN 410 -  Seminar in Russian Literature and Culture
   •  RUSN 411 -  Independent Study
   •  RUSN 412 -  Teaching Practicum