Major in Slavic Studies

Veliko Turnovo (Bulgaria)

Veliko Turnovo (Bulgaria)

The major in Slavic Studies provides broadly based training about Russia and the nations of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The normal program for this major requires the following (30 credits):

  • 6 credits (normally, 2 one-semester courses) in a Slavic language at or above the intermediate level
  • 6 more credits (normally, 2 one-semester courses) in the same Slavic language at a higher level or 6 credits (normally, 2 one-semester courses) in another Slavic language
  • 3 credits (normally, 1 one-semester course) in Slavic Civilizations (usually SLAV2169 Slavic Civilizations)
  • 6 credits (normally, 2 one-semester courses) in a Slavic literature, including, but not limited to Russian literature
  • 9 credits (normally, 3 one-semester courses) in Russian and Slavic history, politics or linguistics (list of approved courses available from the SELL Department)

 

For more information about the Major in Slavic Studies, please contact the Coordinator of Russian and Slavic Studies, Prof Tony H. Lin (linadg@bc.edu)

Spring 2022

Please visit the EagleApps Course Information and Schedule section in Agora for up-to-date course descriptions, faculty, meeting times, and room assignments.

Course Number Course Title Instructor
SLAV112201 Elementary Russian II Lin, Tony H
SLAV112301 Elementary Russian Practicum Kogan, Leon
SLAV112302 Elementary Russian Practicum Kogan, Leon
SLAV112303 Elementary Russian Practicum Woolhiser, Curt F
SLAV116101 Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and Chekhov: What is the Good Life? Epstein, Thomas
SLAV141801 Introduction to Polish II Lin, Tony H
SLAV188201 Introduction to Bulgarian II Dakova, Mariela
SLAV206501 Society and National Identity in the Balkans Dakova, Mariela
SLAV212201 Intermediate Russian II Kogan, Leon
SLAV217301 Twentieth-Century Russian Literature (in Translation) Shrayer, Maxim
SLAV217901 Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (in translation) Shrayer, Maxim
SLAV218001 From Russia with Love: Russian Musical and Visual Culture Lin, Tony H
SLAV312201 Third-Year Russian II Woolhiser, Curt F
SLAV349001 Advanced Tutorial: Polish Gawlick, Barbara S
SLAV412201 Advanced Russian II Woolhiser, Curt F