2020-21 Literature and Culture Courses

For the most up to date information on Slavic Department courses, visit the my.harvard course catalog.

 

FALL 2020

Slavic 114 / TDM 114: "Squaring the Circle: Russia, Art, Revolution", Prof. Daria Khitrova. T Th 1:30-2:45pm

Slavic 116: "The Russian Novel", Prof. Julie Buckler. M W 1:30-2:45pm

Slavic 126: "Structure of Modern Russian", Prof. Steven Clancy. MWF 10:30-11:45am

Slavic 127: "Hacking Russia: Technological Dreams and Nightmares of Russian Culture", Prof. Nariman Skakov. M W 3-4:15pm

Slavic 181: "Document, Testimony, and Political Fictions", Prof. Jonathan Bolton and Prof. Justin Weir. T Th 10:30-11:45am

Slavic 246: "Seminar in Polish Literature", Prof. Aleksandra Kremer. W 3-5pm

*Linguistics 250: "Old Church Slavonic" Prof. Michael Flier. T Th 1:30-2:45pm

*Slavic 261: "Moscow Conceptualism/Russian Postmodernism", Prof. Nariman Skakov. F 3-5pm

Slavic 399A: "Proseminar" Daria Khitrova. M 12-2pm

 

*Courses marked with an asterisk are required for Slavic graduate students pursuing plan A - Literature.

 

SPRING 2021

Slavic 97: "Sophomore Tutorial", Prof. Aleksandra Kremer. W 3-5pm

Slavic 98: "Junior Tutorial: Readings in Russian Literature", Day and time TBA

Slavic 125: "Modern Russian: The Back Story", Prof. Michael Flier. T Th 10:30-11:45am

Slavic 133: "Modernist Journeys", Prof. Nariman Skakov. M W 4:30-5:45pm

Slavic 147: "Russian Fiction in the Soviet Era", Prof. Justin Weir. M W 3-4:15pm

Slavic 157: "Tolstoy", Prof. Julie Buckler. Tu 12:45-2:45pm

Slavic 182: "The Political Novel", Prof. Jonathan Bolton. T Th 10:30-11:45am

*Slavic 185: "Eighteenth-Century Russian Literature", Prof. Daria Khitrova. M 12-2pm

Linguistics 252: "Comparative Slavic Linguistics", Prof. Michael Flier. W 3-5pm

*Slavic 278: "Readings in Poetry and Theory", Prof. Aleksandra Kremer. Th 3-5pm

Slavic 399B: "Proseminar", Prof. Daria Khitrova. W 12-2pm (biweekly)

 

*Courses marked with an asterisk are required for Slavic graduate students pursuing plan A - Literature.