Spring Semester, 2014

“Russia Today” is an inter-disciplinary class—drawing primary instructors from the Departments of Political Science and Modern Languages—which depicts and prepares students to analyze the monumental changes that have and are taking place in the geopolitical space of the former Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.). This course includes an overview of the region’s geography, history, political development, Russian language and literature, and various facets of life in Russia and the former U.S.S.R. including societal institutions and changes, economic forces, and political futures for this strategically important area.

The course syllabus is available in pdf form here.

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