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Russian and East European Institute
Courses

Curriculum
Courses
Faculty

Institute Colloquiums
  • REEI–R 500 Russian and East European Issues (1–4 cr.) Selected issues in Russian and East European history, politics, culture, econom­ics, and society. 
  • REEI–R 575 Graduate Readings in Russian and East European Studies (1–3 cr.) Consent of instructor and the director of the Russian and East European Institute required. 
  • REEI–R 600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 cr.) Introduction to the disciplines and methodologies of Rus­sian and East European area studies.
  • REEI–R 601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East Euro¬≠pean Studies (1.5–3 cr.) Capstone course for the Russian and East European Institute master’s degree, emphasizing readings in current problems and completion of a major research paper. 
  • REEI–R 610 Seminar in International Librarianship: International Information Issues (3 cr.) Comparison of information policies, information standards, and library systems as they affect com­mercial, scholarly, scientific, and political information contexts. 
  • REEI–R 620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials (3 cr.) P: Knowledge of at least one Slavic language or consent of instructor. Selection and acquisi­tion of Slavic materials; special problems in organization and handling; Slavic bibliographies and other reference materials; online bibliographic databases. 
Group One
Business
  • BUS–D 503 International Business Environment (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–D 504 Operations of International Business (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–D 594 International Competitive Strategy (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–D 595 International Management (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–F 570 International Financial Markets (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–F 571 International Corporate Finance (1.5 cr.)
  • BUS–M 594 Global Marketing Management (3 cr.)
  • BUS–X 575 Kelley International Finance Perspectives Field Study (arr. cr.)
  • BUS–X 699 International Business and Culture (3 cr.)
Central Eurasian
  • CEUS–R 502 Finland in the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 515 Politics and Society in Central Asian (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 549 Topics in Hungarian Studies (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 589 Topics in Turkish Studies: Social Science Topics (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 693 Theorizing Central Eurasia: The Problems of Nationalism (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 697 Soviet and Post-Soviet Nationality Policies and Problems (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 594 Environmental Problems and Social Constraints in Northern and Central Eurasia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 790 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Social Science Topics (3 cr.)
Economics
  • ECON–E 501 Seminar in Economics: Soviet-Type Economies in Transition (3 cr.)
  • ECON–E 698 Comparative Economics and Economics of Transition (3 cr.)
Education
  • EDUC–H 551 Comparative Education I (3 cr.)
  • EDUC–H 552 Comparative Education II (3 cr.)
Graduate
  • GRAD–I 701 Multidisciplinary Seminar on Issues and Approaches in Global Studies (3 cr.)
  • GRAD–I 702 Independent Study in Global Studies (1–4 cr.)
Political Science
  • POLS–Y 340 East European Politics (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 351 Model European Union (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 368 Russian and Soviet Foreign Policy (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 382 Modern Political Thought (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 385 Russian Political Ideas (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 557 Comparative Politics: Approaches and Issues (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 657 Comparative Politics (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 669 International Relations (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 675 Political Philosophy (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • POLS–Y 681 Readings in Comparative Politics (REE area topics) (1–4 cr.)
Public and Environmental Affairs
  • SPEA–V 550 Topics in Public Affairs (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • SPEA–V 573 Comparative Public Management (3 cr.)
  • SPEA–V 575 Comparative Public Management and Administration (3 cr.)
  • SPEA–V 589 Topics in Public Policy: Democratization and Transforma¬≠tion in Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States (3 cr.)
West European
  • WEUR–W 501 The Economics of European Integration (3 cr.)
Group Two
Central Eurasian
  • CEUS–R 509 Topics in Baltic-Finnish Studies (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 549 Topics in Hungarian Studies (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 560 Modern Mongolia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 593 The Mongol Conquest (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 618 Islamic Central Asia in the Sixteenth-Nineteenth Centuries (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 501 The Baltic States since 1918 (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 502 Finland in the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 599 Selected Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Historical Topics (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 611 Ethnic History of Central Asia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 612 Central Asia under Russian Rule (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 629 Islamic Hagiography of Central Asia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 698 Empire and Ethnicity in Modern Russian History (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 713 Sources for the Central Asian History (3 cr.)
Georgraphy
  • GEOG–G 427 Russia and Its Neighbors (3 cr.)
  • GEOG–G 428 Geography of Europe (3 cr.)
History
  • HIST–C 393 Ottoman History (3 cr.)
  • HIST–T 500 Topics in History (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • HIST–R 500 Topics in Russian and East European History (3 cr.)
  • HIST–R 640 Colloquium in Russian History (4 cr.)
  • HIST–R 645 Colloquium in East European History (4 cr.)
  • HIST–R 720 Seminar in European History (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
  • HIST–R 740 Seminar in Russian History (4 cr.)
  • HIST–R 745 Seminar in East European History (4 cr.)
Group Three
Anthropology
  • ANTH–E 332 Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 334 Jews in Moslem Society (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 371 Modern Jewish Culture and Society (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 440 Political Anthropology (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 600 Seminar in Cultural and Social Anthropology (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 612 Anthropology of Russia and Eastern Europe (3 cr.)
  • ANTH–E 687 Ethnography of Europe (3 cr.)
Central Eurasian
  • CEUS–R 508 Estonian Culture and Civilization (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 513 Islam in the Soviet Union and Successor States (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 515 Politics and Society in Central Asia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 516 Peoples and Cultures of Central Asia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 528 Post-Soviet Transition Central Asia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 549 Topics in Hungarian Studies (9 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 560 Modern Mongolia (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 564 Shamanism and Folk eligion of the Mongols (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 584 Topics in Turkish Studies: Sociocultural Topics (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 592 Uralic Peoples and Cultures (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 711 Seminar on Comparative Study of Central Asia and Middle East (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 790 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Sociocultural Topics (3 cr.)
Comparative Literature
  • CMLT–C 641 Literature in its Intellectual and Cultural Contexts (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
Criminal Justice
  • CJUS–P 680 Seminar: Issues in Criminal Justice: (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Fine Arts
  • FINA–A 425 Byzantine Art (3 cr.)
  • FINA–A 442 Twentieth Century Art 1900-1924 (3 cr.)
  • FINA–A 480 Russian Art (3 cr.)
  • FINA–A 626 Problems in Byzantine Art (3 cr.)
Folklore
  • FOLK–F 755 Folklore, Culture, and Society (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Germanic Studies
  • GER–Y 506 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.)
  • GER–Y 815 Individual Readings in Yiddish Studies: Language, Literature, Culture (1–4 cr.)
Journalism
  • JOUR–J 414 International Newsgathering Systems (3 cr.)
  • JOUR–J 514 International Communication (3 cr.)
  • JOUR–J 560 Topics Colloquium: Reporting Foreign Affairs (3 cr.)
  • JOUR–J 624 Russian and East European Press Systems (3 cr.)
  • JOUR–J 660 European Journalism History (3 cr.)
Library Science
  • SLIS–L 596 Internship in Library and Information Science (2–6 cr.)
  • SLIS–L 610 International Information Issues (3 cr.)
Music
  • MUS–M 502 Composers (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • MUS–M 510 Topics in Music Literature (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • MUS–M 537 Topics in Russian Music (3 cr.)
  • MUS–M 601 Topics in Music Research (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
  • MUS–M 602 Seminar in Musicology: Music and Politics in Eastern Europe (3 cr.)
  • MUS–M 695 Seminar in Romantic Music (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Russian East European
  • REEI–R 610 Seminar in International Librarianship: International Information Issues (3 cr.)
  • REEI–R 620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials (3 cr.)
Slavic Languages
  • SLAV–R 407 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 408 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 552 Russian and Soviet Film (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 553 Central European Cinema (3 cr.)
Group Four
Central Eurasian
  • CEUS–R 599 Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Literature Topics (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 503 Classical Finnish Literature (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 504 Modern Finnish Literature (3 cr.)
  • CEUS–R 699 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Literature Topics (3 cr.)
Comparative Literature
  • CMLT–C 535 The Later Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
  • CMLT–C 641 Literature in Its Intellectual and Cultural Contexts (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
Germanic Studies
  • GER–Y 505 Modernity and Tradition in Yiddish Literature and Culture (3 cr.)
  • GER–Y 815 Individual Readings in Yiddish Language, Literature, or Culture (1–4 cr.)
Slavic Languages
  • SLAV–C 563 Literatures and Cultures of the Czechs and Slovaks I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–C 564 Literatures and Cultures of the Czechs and Slovaks II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–C 565 Seminar in Czech Literature and Culture (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–L 599 Prague School Linguistics and Poetics (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–M 565 Individual Readings in Romanian Language and Literature (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–P 563 Survey of Polish Literature and Culture I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–P 564 Survey of Polish Literature and Culture I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–P 565 Seminar in Polish Literature and Culture II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 405 Readings in Russian Literature I (3 cr.) (in Russian)
  • SLAV–R 406 Readings in Russian Literature II (3 cr.) (in Russian)
  • SLAV–R 500 Proseminar in Russian Literature (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 503 Old Russian Literature (3 cr.) (in Russian)
  • SLAV–R 504 Eighteenth Century Russian Literature (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 505 Nineteenth Century Russian Literature I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 506 Nineteenth Century Russian Literature II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 507 Twentieth Century Russian Literature I (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 508 Twentieth Century Russian Literature II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 520 Twentieth Century Russian Author (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 530 Pushkin (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 531 Gogol (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 532 Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 533 Tolstoy (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 534 Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 535 Chekhov (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 545 Jewish Characters in Russian Literature (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 549 Myth and Reality: Women in Russian Literature and in Life (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 550 Russian Drama (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 551 Russian Poetry (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 563 Pushkin to Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 564 Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–R 601 Seminar in Russian Literature (1–6 cr.)
  • SLAV–S 563 Literature and Culture of the Southern Slavs I (1–6 cr.)
  • SLAV–S 564 Literature and Culture of the Southern Slavs II (3 cr.)
  • SLAV–S 565 Seminar in South Slavic Literature (3 cr.)

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