In these courses students read works of literature in Russian and learn how to talk about literary texts in Russian. View the course schedule to see when these courses are offered.

311: Introduction to 19th-Century Russian Literature
Introduction to Russian literature of the nineteenth century, with readings of works by representative writers. Lectures, readings, and discussions in Russian. Usually offered every third year. Prerequisite: RUS 301 or 303. (Humanities) Ikach

312: Introduction to 20th-Century Russian Literature
Students in this course will read literary works by representative writers of this period. We will be reading and discussing the works in Russian. Prerequisite: RUS 301 or 303. (Humanities) Ikach

315-319: Topics in Russian Literature
Reading and analysis of selected works of Russian literature. Topics may focus on a particular writer, theme or genre. During the 2009-10 academic year students will have the chance to take a topics course on Russian diaries, in which they will read selections from a variety of diaries, including those of Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and those who endured the Blockade of Leningrad during World War II. Prerequisite: RUS 301 or 303. (Humanities) Ikach