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  • Home; 2020 - 2021 Year at a Glance
  • 2020 - 2021 Course Schedule; Linguistics 2020 - 2021
  • 2020 - 2021 Course Schedule; About Us

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Programs Of Study Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Courses in the Harriman program provide broader historical, political and cultural contexts for literature
  • They offer opportunities for practical alternatives to an academic career
  • In addition, the Institute provides access to a rich array of visiting speakers and scholars, assistance for …

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Slavic Languages Courses Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Helpful information for current students
  • Graduate Student Handbook; Teaching guidelines; About the MA Essay; About the minor colloquium

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Undergraduate Courses Department Of Slavic Languages

  • This addition to our series of courses in Advanced Russian through cultural content provides training for research and professional work in Russian
  • Chteniia po russkoi kul'ture: Advanced Russian Through Song

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Department Of Slavic Languages

Welcome to the Slavic Department! First established as the Department of Slavonic Languages in 1915 and redesigned as the Department of East European Languages in 1935, the Department of Slavic Languages embarked on its present trajectory in 1946, when a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation permitted the establishment of the Russian (now Harriman) Institute.

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Aleksandar Boskovic, Lecturer In Bosnian, Croatian

  • In the Shadow of Empires: Literatures of South Slavs from Realism to Today
  • Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav Cinema
  • Modernism, Avant-Garde, Comparative Media, Literary Theory, Visual Culture, Language Pedagogy
  • Awards, Grants & Fellowships

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Slavic Studies Department Of Slavic Languages

  • The program consists of 15 courses, 6 of which meet language requirements
  • Of the remaining 9 courses, 2 should be history courses targeting Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, or Eurasia, 2 should be literatures or culture courses in Slavic, and the other 5 should be relevant electives, chosen in consultation with the director of undergraduate

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Russian Language And Culture Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Of the remaining 4 courses, at least 1 is an introductory survey in either Russian culture or Russian literature, and the other 3 are electives, chosen in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies
  • The course requirements are distributed as follows:

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Russian Language Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • A score of 5 on the AP/NEWL Russian exam satisfies the foreign language requirement
  • Upon successful completion of a 3-point 3000-level (or higher) course at Columbia, the Department of Slavic Languages will award 3 points of AP credit, provided the grade in the course is a B or better.

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Summer Study Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Summer Study at Columbia Columbia offers summer courses in Russian through the Summer Russian Practicum.See the Practicum website for details
  • For summer programs located outside the U.S
  • (i.e., in Russia, East/Central Europe, …

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Ph.D. Programs (M.A. / M.Phil. / Ph.D.) Department Of

  • Slavic Languages (track in Czech, Polish, South Slavic, or Ukrainian Literature with a Certificate in Comparative Literature) (prior to fall 2020)

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Russian Language Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • The Russian language program at Columbia University offers four levels of Russian and a variety of content courses in Russian focusing on different areas of interest: literature, history, and Russian society today

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The M.A. In Slavic Cultures Department Of Slavic Languages

  • These may be relevant courses in departments other than Slavic, such as Art History and Archeology, Film, Comparative Literature and Society, History, Political Science, Human Rights, Economics, and Sociology
  • Up to eight points (two courses) may be taken for R credit
  • Essay take a Directed Research course (for graded

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Russian Language And Culture Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Three additional courses in Russian culture, history, literature, art, film, music, or in linguistics; at least one of the selected courses should be taught in Russian
  • NOTE: Courses in which a grade of D has been received do not count toward major or concentration requirements

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Ukrainian Language Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • The Ukrainian Language Program offers three courses
  • Elementary and Intermediate Ukrainian meet three times a week
  • Advanced Ukrainian through Literature, Media, and Politics meets twice a week
  • Each class lasts for 75 minutes
  • The language student groups are small and usually vary in number between two and six.

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Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Through the Shared Course Initiative, the Program offers its courses not only to Columbia University students, but to students of Yale and Cornell Universities
  • Students of New York University, the New School for Social Research and the City University of New York can enroll in the Ukrainian language courses at Columbia through the Inter

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Helpful Information Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Below is a list of summer programs within the U.S
  • that offer courses in Slavic, East European, and Central Asian languages and cultures
  • The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages also maintains an up-to-date listing of intensive language programs (both summer and academic-year) in the U.S

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • Relevant courses taken at the M.A
  • level count toward the distribution and other requirements for the M.Phil
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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Polish Language Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Taking courses in Polish will allow you to fulfill the language requirement at Columbia
  • Placement text: Students who wish to begin Polish language study at Columbia at a level other than the first-semester, first-year course or who wish to test out of the undergraduate foreign language requirement,

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Linguistics 2020

  • Helpful information for current students
  • Graduate Student Handbook; Teaching guidelines; About the MA Essay; About the minor colloquium

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The M.A. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Czech, Polish

  • Relevant courses taken at the M.A
  • level count toward the distribution and other requirements for the M.Phil
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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Concentration-Only Tracks Department Of Slavic Languages

  • The remaining courses should focus primarily on Russian literature in translation, but may include also courses in Russian culture, history, or in other Slavic literatures, as well as relevant literature courses from other departments, if approved by the director of undergraduate studies
  • The course requirements are distributed as follows:

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The M.A. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree

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The M.A. In Russian Translation Department Of Slavic

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • Two of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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The M.A. In Russian Translation Department Of Slavic

  • The following courses are required and must be taken for a letter grade: Literary Translation (RUSS GU4910); Practical Stylistics (RUSS GU4434); Directed Research course (4 points) for the completion of the translation project
  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS).

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Russian Literature And Culture Department Of Slavic

  • The program consists of 10 courses, 4 of which meet language requirements
  • Of the remaining 6 courses, 2 are introductory surveys in Russian literature and culture, and the other 4 are electives, chosen in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies
  • The course requirements are distributed as follows:

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • Relevant courses taken at the M.A
  • level count toward the distribution and other requirements for the M.Phil
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree

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Russian Literature Department Of Slavic Languages

  • The remaining courses should focus primarily on Russian literature in translation, but may include also courses in Russian culture, history, or in other Slavic literatures, as well as relevant literature courses from other departments, if approved by the director of undergraduate studies
  • The course requirements are distributed as follows:

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General Information (FAQ) Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Columbia students should consult the Director of Undergraduate Studies about courses in Russian literature and area studies, or about the structure of the program as a whole
  • If you are a Barnard student, consult your academic adviser, or any Barnard Slavic Department faculty member.

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Study Abroad Department Of Slavic Languages

  • To talk over your plans, and to determine which courses in the study abroad program may be approved for major credit on your Columbia College transcript, you should meet with the Director of Undergraduate Studies (Columbia students) or your academic adviser (Barnard students)

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Czech Language Program Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Students with measurable proficiency in Czech who wish to begin Czech language study at Columbia at a level other than the first-semester, first-year course (Czech 1101: Elementary Czech I), or who wish to test out of an undergraduate foreign language requirement, should contact Christopher W
  • Harwood [email protected] to make an appointment for a proficiency test in spoken and written Czech.

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General Information Department Of Slavic Languages

Students who wish to take a Russian placement test at any other time in the fall to register for spring semester, or who need a reading proficiency exam, or who have particular questions about placing into/out of Russian language courses including heritage courses, should contact Alla Smyslova Subject line: Placement Test.

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Czech, Polish

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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Who We Are Department Of Slavic Languages

  • This means that both Columbia and Barnard faculty teach courses in our undergraduate and graduate programs, advise undergraduate and graduate theses, and make decisions about the structure of our degree programs
  • Whether you attend Barnard or Columbia, it's likely that you will take classes from both Barnard and Columbia faculty, and your

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Teaching Guidelines Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Third, students in the courses fill out course evaluations that are reviewed by faculty supervisor
  • Student evaluations are included in the teaching fellow’s portfolio
  • The ongoing evaluation of teaching is intended both to improve the quality of teaching and to allow the teaching fellow to create a …

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The Ph.D. In Slavic Languages (track In Russian Literature

  • All courses required for the M.A
  • are to be selected in consultation with the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS)
  • One of the literature and one of the elective courses may be taken for R (registration) credit; all other courses should be taken for a letter grade
  • Courses taken P/F (pass/fail) normally do not count toward the degree.

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Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian Language Program Department

  • Columbia University has a long history with Serbian studies
  • Serbian has been taught at Columbia since 1918, and the Harriman Institute in the School of Public and International Affairs continues to provide courses and cultural events that bring Serbian studies to …

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Graduate Student Handbook Department Of Slavic Languages

  • Language courses, including French and German, may not be taken for R credit
  • The Director of Academic Administration and Finance (DAAF): The DAAF is in charge of the Departmental Office
  • The DAAF is responsible primarily for managing the Departmental budget and payroll, supervising and training support staff, and

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Who We Are Department Of Slavic Languages

  • This means that both Columbia and Barnard faculty teach courses in our undergraduate and graduate programs, advise undergraduate and graduate theses, and make decisions about the structure of our degree programs
  • Whether you attend Barnard or Columbia, it's likely that you will take classes from both Barnard and Columbia faculty, and your

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The Slavic Department offers courses in Russian, Ukrainian, Czech, Polish, and Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian literature and culture, as well as cross-listed courses with the Departments of History, Political Science, Art History, Dance, and Theater, the Center for Comparative Literature and Society, and the Harriman Institute.

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