Analytical readings including grammatical and textual analysis. Additional work in phonetics and conversation. Literature, films, museums, and theater performances central for analysis and written assignments. (Taught in St. Petersburg in Russian.) Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 204 or equivalent. One course.
Continuation of RUSSIAN 301S. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 301S. One course.
Advanced grammar and syntax with intense composition component. Analytical readings in the original. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 203 and 204, or equivalent. One course.
Analysis of contemporary standard Russian literary pronunciation, phonology, and intonational structures. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 204 or consent of instructor. One course.
Same as Russian 135 but taught only in St. Petersburg. Taught in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 204 or equivalent. One course.
Russian grammar, composition and textual analysis taught only in St. Petersburg for students participating in the semester program. Explicit analysis of historical and contemporary cultural representations and texts in language, literature and the verbal arts. One course.
Continuation of RUSSIAN 112. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 101, 112 or 111. One course.
RUSSIAN 203 and 204 combined. Two meetings daily, as well as daily computer and language laboratory work. Two courses.
Continuation of RUSSIAN 101. Introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and writing. Study of contemporary Russian language and important elements of Russian culture. Second half of RUSSIAN 101, 102. Prerequisite: RUSSIAN 101. One course.
Introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and writing. Study of contemporary Russian language and important elements of Russian culture. One course.