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University of Oregon

2008-2009

Winter 2009 Courses

See the online Class Schedule for more detail.

Russian language courses

RUSS 102 1st Year Russian Pike, Chris 900-950 MTWRF
RUSS 102 1st Year Russian Kripkov, Yelaina 1100-1150 MTWRF
RUSS 102 1st Year Russian Rodina, Elena 1200-1250 MTWRF
RUSS 121 Spoken Russian Cook, Melissa 1300-1350 TR
RUSS 121 Spoken Russian Cook, Melissa 1600-1650 MW
RUSS 202 2nd Year Russian Yemelyanova, Polina 1200-1250 MTWRF
RUSS 317 3rd Year Russian Kripkov, Yelaina 1200-1250 MTWF
RUSS 436 Top Russ Poetic Lang Kripkov, Yelaina 1300-1350 MWF
RUSS 536 Top Russ Poetic Lang Kripkov, Yelaina 1300-1350 MWF

Russian literature courses

RUSS 205 Intro Russian Literat Presto, Jenifer 1000-1120 TR
RUSS 335 Tolstoy Hokanson, Katya 1400-1520 MW
RUSS 434 Top Prison Camp Lit Hokanson, Katya 1000-1120 MW
RUSS 534 Top Prison Camp Lit Hokanson, Katya 1000-1120 MW

Russian & East European history courses

HIST 346 Imperial Russia Kimball, R. 0830-0950 TR
HIST 407 Sem Stalinism Hessler, Julie 1400-1520 W
HIST 428 Top East Eur Since WWI Hessler, Julie 1100-1150 MWF
HIST 445 Top Russ People vs Gov Kimball, R. 1400-1520 TR
HIST 507 Sem Stalinism Hessler, Julie 1400-1520 W
HIST 528 Top East Eur Since WWI Hessler, Julie 1100-1150 MWF
HIST 545 Top Russ People vs Gov Kimball, R. 1400-1520 TR

Contemporary Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia

PS 199 Sp St Mafia in Russia Myagkov, Misha 0830-0950 MW
PS 399 Sp St Life/Dth Yugosla DeBevoise, Ken 1730-1850 TR
*PS 491 Politics Everyday Life Myagkov, Misha 1200-1320 MW
*PS 591 Politics Everyday Life Myagkov, Misha 1200-1320 MW
*for REESC credit students must write final paper on a Russian, East European, or Eurasian topic

Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Cultures

MUS 390 East European Folk Ens Levy, Mark 1900-2120 T
REL 324 Hist East Christianity Shoemaker, Stephen 1400-1520 MW
REL 325 Hist East Christianity Shoemaker, Stephen 1400-1520 TR
MUS 690 East European Folk Ens Levy, Mark 1900-2120 T

Fall 2008 Courses

See the online Class Schedule for more detail.

Russian language courses

RUSS 101 1st Year Russian TBA 900-950 MTWRF
RUSS 101 1st Year Russian Kripkov, Yelaina 1100-1150 MTWRF
RUSS 121 Spoken Russian TBA 1200-1250 MW
RUSS 121 Spoken Russian TBA 1600-1650 TR
RUSS 201 2nd Year Russian TBA 1200-1250 MTWRF
RUSS 221 Spoken Russian TBA 0900-0950 MW
RUSS 309 Russian thru Theater Nemirovskaya, Julia 1600-1720 MW
RUSS 316 3rd Year Russian Kripkov, Yelaina 1200-1250 MTWF
RUSS 436 Top Adv Russ thru Hist Kripkov, Yelaina 1300-1350 MWF
RUSS 536 Top Adv Russ thru Hist Kripkov, Yelaina 1300-1350 MWF
*RUSS 609 Prac: Russ thru Theater Nemirovskaya, Julia 1600-1720 MW
*please register for this course through individualized study, contact the REESC Office for more information, 346-4078

Russian literature courses

RUSS 204 Intro Russian Literat Hokanson, Katya 1300-1350 MWF
RUSS 351 Russian Lit & Film Presto, Jenifer 1400-1520 TR
RUSS 426 Top Russian Modernism Presto, Jenifer 1000-1120 TR
RUSS 526 Top Russian Modernism Presto, Jenifer 1000-1120 TR

Russian history courses

HIST 245 Russia/Amer & World Kimball, R. 1000-1120 TR
HIST 345 Early Russia Kimball, R. 1400-1520 TR

Contemporary Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia

REES 399 Sp St Russ Pop Culture Babkova, Svetlana 1000-1050 MWF

Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Cultures

REES 399 Sp St Russ Pop Culture Babkova, Svetlana 1000-1050 MWF
MUS 453 Folk Music of Balkans Levy, Mark 1000-1150 MW
MUS 553 Folk Music of Balkans Levy, Mark 1000-1150 MW

In addition, it is possible that the following courses may be eligible for REES credit (ask instructor if 40% of course content, including your own research projects, could have to do with Russia, Eastern Europe, and/or Eurasia, and have a REESC advisor sign off on it):

MUS 358 Music in World Culture Levy, Mark 830-950 TR