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Accounting 010
African Area Studies 016
Africana Studies
Aging 018
American History 512
American Literature
American Studies 050
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Hindi 505
History
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Japanese 565
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Junior Year Abroad
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Labor Studies 575
Latin 580
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Livingston College Courses
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Planning and Public Policy 762
Polish 787
Political Science 790
Portuguese 810
Psychology 830
Public Health
Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies 836
Religion 840
Russian 860
Major Requirements
Minor in Russian Language and Literature
Departmental Honors Program
Certificate in Russian Language Proficiency
Proficiency Examination for Credit
Courses in English
Courses in Russian
Russian, Central and East European Studies 861
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Social Work 910
Sociology 920
South Asian Studies 925
Spanish 940
Statistics 960
Statistics-Mathematics
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Theater Arts 965, 966
Ukrainian 967
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Russian 860 Courses in Russian  

Courses in Russian

01:860:101,102First-Year Russian (4,4) Fundamentals of the language with exercises in speaking, reading, and writing.
01:860:105,106Russian for Reading Knowledge (3,3) First term: alphabet and basic grammar of Russian, use of dictionary, reading of basic texts. Second term: more advanced grammar, readings of texts from various fields. Does not satisfy prerequisite for 01:860:201.
01:860:107Russian for Russian Speakers (4) Study of specific areas of grammar, orthography, usage, writing, and grammatical analysis. Credit not given for both this course and 01:860:101.
01:860:108Russian for Russian Speakers (4) Continued study of specific areas of Russian grammar. Development of reading, writing, and oral skills and vocabulary building through conversation, composition, newspapers, magazines, and film. Pre- or corequisite: 01:860:107 or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:860:101.
01:860:201,202Second-Year Russian (4,4) Development of language skills, emphasis on speaking, translation drills, and grammar. Prerequisite: 01:860:102 or two or more years of secondary school Russian.
01:860:203,204Second-Year Russian Language Laboratory (1,1) Instructor-guided laboratory practicum based on intensive use of media and designed for improvement of aural/oral skills. Practice involves use of text-related and other audio and video material, individual and group work, and recording of student speech for evaluation of pronunciation and fluency. Pre- or corequisites: 01:860:201,202.
01:860:205,206Introduction to Russian Literature (3,3) Principles of literary study. Russian literature in the context of European literature; periodization and genre; literature and ideology; literary institutions; gender, form, authorship.
01:860:215Intermediate Russian for Russian Speakers I (3) Study of specific areas of grammar, orthography, usage; reading, writing, grammatical analysis. Credit not given for both this course and 01:860:201.
01:860:301,302Third-Year Russian (3,3) Refinement of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Selected topics of advanced Russian grammar. Vocabulary building. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or its equivalent.
01:860:320Special Topics in Russian Studies (3) Variable content. Intensive study of a particular topic related to Russia and Russian culture. Specific topics available at time of registration. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:358. May be conducted in English.
01:860:322Russian Short Story (3) Reading, analysis, and discussion in Russian. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:327The Russian Novel I (3) Russian novel from its beginnings in the 18th century to Tolstoy. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:328The Russian Novel II (3) Russian novel in the 20th century; Bely, Ilf and Petrov, Nabokov, Zamyatin, Pilnyak, Pasternak, Solzhenitsyn, Bitov, Aksenov, et al. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:332Russian Poetry (3) Reading, analysis, and discussion of 19th- and 20th-century poetry. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:335Landscapes of the Mind: Country and City in Russian Literature and Art (3) Moscow and St. Petersburg; the Russian countryside versus the exotic sublime; the idyll versus the reality of peasant life; the city and modernism; utopia and antiurban impulse. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:356.
01:860:336Art and Literature of the Soviet Period and the Varieties of Nonconformism (3) Official literature and art; literary and art institutions. Official and unofficial art; alternative venues. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:356.
01:860:337Ideology and the Construction of Fact: Soviet Cinema and the Historical Record (3) Examination of how early Soviet cinema produces and was produced by Soviet political history; emphasis on theoretical writings of S.M. Eisenstein. No knowledge of Russian required.
01:860:338,339Zimmerli Museum Internship in Russian Art (3,3) Research work related to Dodge and Riabov collections; assisting in development, coordination of special exhibitions, translation, compiling artists' files. Prerequisite: Permission of program director. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:082:359,360. Knowledge of Russian necessary.
01:860:347Russian Drama (3) Reading, analysis, and discussion of major Russian playwrights. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:351,352Structure of the Russian Language (3,3) Advanced course with emphasis on morphology, difficult points of grammar. Theory and extensive drill work. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:355Russian Phonetics (3) Analysis of the Russian phonetic system, intonation, and transcription; emphasis on reading of texts and dialogues. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:359Translation (3) Translation of advanced-level texts from Russian into English; emphasis on linguistic and stylistic problems, contrastive analysis. Prerequisite: 01:860:202 or permission of instructor.
01:860:375Language Workshop: History (1) Reading of research material in Russian; development of specific professional vocabulary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Corequisite: 01:510:375.
01:860:378Language Workshop: History (1) Reading of research material in Russian; development of specific professional vocabulary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Corequisite: 01:510:378.
01:860:380Language Workshop: Political Science (1) Reading of research material in Russian; development of specific professional vocabulary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Corequisite: 01:790:380.
01:860:401,402Fourth-Year Russian (3,3) Reading and discussion of various oral and written styles. Phraseology. Communicative skills. Prerequisite: 01:860:302 or permission of instructor.
01:860:433Pushkin and His Age (3) Historical examination of Russian literary scene during the period 1740 to 1841, in Russian. Prerequisites: 01:860:301 and at least one 300-level course in Russian literature or permission of instructor.
01:860:435Social Construction of Gender and Sexuality in Russian Literature (3) Gender, power, and imperial discourse; cross-dressing; gender and authorship; sadism, masochism, and suicide; exile, dislocation, and sexuality; homosexuality. Readings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Reading knowledge of Russian helpful but not required.
01:860:451Introduction to Slavic Linguistics (3) Linguistic concepts and their applicability to Russian and the Slavic languages. Origin and development of the Slavic languages. Prerequisite: 300-level course in Russian or permission of instructor.
01:860:452Seminar in Slavic Linguistics (3) Devoted to specific problems in the area of Slavic linguistics. Variable content, e.g., history of the Russian language, readings in Old Russian, advanced problems of morphology. Prerequisite: 01:860:451 or permission of instructor.
01:860:486Seminar in Russian Literature (3) Intensive reading and research in one specific aspect of Russian letters. Critical and analytical paper required. Prerequisites: 01:860:301 and at least one 300-level course in Russian literature or permission of instructor.
01:860:487Senior Thesis (3) Extended research paper written in close consultation with an instructor. Prerequisite: 01:860:486. Required of students who choose options in Russian literature or Russian history.
01:860:491,492Russian Practicum (3,3) Drill methods, techniques of facilitating classroom interaction, error analysis, grammar review, and weekly drill sessions conducted in beginning Russian sections under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: 01:860:302 and/or permission of instructor. Corequisites: 01:860:401,402, if applicable.
01:860:493,494Independent Study: Russian (3,3) Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
01:860:496-497Honors in Russian (3,3) Preparation for research paper and oral examination under direction of a faculty adviser. Prerequisite: Permission of honors committee. Both terms must be completed to receive credit.
 
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