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Bachelor of Arts in Russian Language and Literature

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  • Course description

    Required Preparation for the Major:

    1. Two years of language study (Russian 1-6) or equivalent proficiency (ACTFL Level 1), to be tested by the department
    2. Choice of:
    • Russian 90A: Introduction to Russian Civilization
    • Russian 90B: Russian Civilization in the Twentieth Century
    • Russian 90BW: Russian Civilization in the Twentieth Century. with satisfaction of Letters and Science Writing II requirement

    The Major
    Required

    1. Choice of:
    • Russian 101A-101B-101C
    • Russian 100A-100B-100C (Literacy in Russian)
    • equivalent proficiency (ACTFL Level 1+), to be tested by the department

    2. Russian 118: Literature of the Middle Ages and Englightenment
    3. Russian 119: The Golden Age and the Great Realists
    4. Russian 120: Literature and Revolution
    5. Russian 123: Historical Commentary on Modern Russian
    6. Russian 130A: Introduction to Analysis of Russian Poetry (in Russian)
    7. Russian 140A: Introduction to Analysis of Russian Narrative Prose (in Russian)

    Plus five (for students not enrolled in 100/101 series) or four (for students enrolling in Russian 100 ABC) upper division courses in Russian language, literature and culture from the following courses:
    • 102 A, 102 B, 102C: Fourth-year Russian (can be taken out of sequence)
    • 103 A: Russian for Native and Near-Native Speakers (Russian National Identity)
    • 103B: Russian for Native and Near-Native Speakers (Literature and Film)
    • 103C: Russian for Native and Near-Native Speakers (Special Topics)
    • 121 Russian Literature Now
    • 122 Russian Siberia
    • 124C: Chekhov
    • 124D: Dostoevsky
    • 124G: Gogol
    • 124P: Pushkin
    • 124N: Nabokov
    • 124T: Tolstoy
    • 125: The Russian Novel in its European Setting
    • 126: Survey of Russian Drama
    • M127: Women in Russian Literature
    • 128: Russian Science Fiction
    • 130B: Russian Poetry: Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism (in Russian)
    • 130C: Russian Poetry in the Twentieth Century (in Russian)
    • 131: History of Russian Cinema
    • 140B: Russian Prose Fiction: The Great Realists (in Russian)
    • 140V: Russian Prose Fiction: Twentieth-Century Modernism (in Russian)
    • M150: Russian Folk Literature (in Russian)
    • CM170: Russian Folklore
    • 191: Seminar in Russian Literature

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