History | Russian History Through Films
D200 | 17102 | Kuromiya


Need study skills help?  Then contact the Student Academic Center
(855-7313) for on-line authorization for EDUC-X101 (Learning
Strategies for History, two additional credits) that will be offered
2:30-3:45 MW or 2:30-3:45 TR.

This course examines important issues in Russian history through
films, both artistic and documentary.  Combines lectures with
viewing of films and discussion. The requirements include weekly
journals and a final essay. Viewing is mandatory.

Films include:  “Boris Godunov”, “Ivan the Terrible”, “Peter the
Great”, “Battleship Potemkin”, “October” and “Defense Counsel
Sedov”.