The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures teaches five levels of Russian. The department offers an undergraduate major in Russian Language, Literature and Culture, and a minor in Russian Language, as well as a minor in Russian and Slavic Literatures. The department offers a wide variety of courses in Russian literature, culture, and film, including courses that fulfill the M.A. and the Ph.D. requirements of the department.
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- "20 Days Without War"
- "Mozart does not choose a motherland: On the Music of the Contemporary Russian Emigration"
- Affiliate Professor Ronald D. LeBlanc published in "Gastronomica"
- Alaniz's book soon out as paperback
- Assistant Professorship Opportunity at UC Berkeley
- Congrats to Kris Sakarias
- Congratulations to Connor Lynch!
- Congratulations to Katherine Schroeder!
- Congratulations to newly minted PhD, Dr. Lena Doubivko!
- Congratulations to Nika!
- Danielle Noble awarded FLAS Fellowship and Gross Undergraduate Scholarship
- Diment to give Oulanoff Lecture at The Ohio State University
- Diment to lead bi-monthly graduate seminar on "Melting Port" cities
- Doctoral Research Fellowship in Russian Linguistics at the Department of Language and Culture at the Artic University of Norway
- Finding Chagall in Belarus
- From dairy farm to an illustrious career in the Foreign Service
- From Russian and French major to international interpreter
- Grad contributions to SRSC
- Grad student Anatoliy Klots researches "Jews in Soviet Cinema"
- Grad student Matt Boyd awarded Fulbright
- Grad student Muskheli focuses her lens on folklore
- Henry's new course (RUSS 120/C LIT 251) explores Underworlds
- Henry’s book reviewed in The Jewish Daily Forward
- I Know How You're Feeling, I Read Chekhov
- In Remembrance: Jack V. Haney
- Jensen's NEH Collaborative Research Grant approved
- José Alaniz's review of the film "Insight"
- José Alaniz's essay in Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts
- Katherine Mansfield's Russian Healers
- Language Students Honored
- Michelle Lie awarded Vadim Pahn Scholarship
- Moore awarded Gilman International Scholarship
- Muskheli receives Polly Stewart student travel stipend
- NEW CLASS for AUT 2017 RUSS 223 Russian Revolutions: Film
- New movie review from Prof José Alaniz
- Omsk State Technical University Russian Language Summer School
- Opportuntiy for Assistant Professorship in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at Smith College in Northampton MA
- Ostromir Gospels
- Peace Corps Article on Slavic Alum, Emily Schuckman-Matthews
- Prof José Alaniz reviews the Russian Superhero Movie “Guardians”
- Prof. Jose Alaniz and Ph.d. Student Veronica Muskheli team up to translate a Russian Sci-Fi story
- Prof. Sasha Senderovich
- Prof. Senderovich's article about Seattle's Lenin statue
- Professor José Alaniz publishes two articles in summer 2013
- Professor Jose Alaniz reviews Boris Khlebnikov's "Till Night Do Us Part"
- Professor Jose Alaniz reviews Russian scifi film "The Guest"
- Professor Jose Alaniz reviews Victoria Trofimenko's Brothers: The Final Confession
- Publication of a new book from Slavic faculty member Sasha Senderovich
- Retiring Professor Jim Augerot featured in UW Daily article
- Russian Architecture Event recieves write up on Russian news site
- Russian music festival in Redmond on September 10th
- Sasha Senderovich's review of "Lake Success" Gary Shteyngart's new novel
- Senderovich on how The Americans (on FX) challenges Cold War narratives | The New Republic
- Slavic Department 50th anniversary
- Slavic L&L Welcomes New Faculty Member Sasha Senderovich
- Sochi students interviewed
- Sorokin's Cuisine - lecture by Professor Dirk Uffelman, Universitat Passau
- Students explore Russian culture through food.
- Sweet Lika to be performed June 6 at ACT in Downtown Seattle
- Teaching opportunity in Woodburn, OR.
- Two Great Articles on the Startalk Summer Russian Program
- Veronica Muskheli selected as the first recipient of the Míċeál F. Vaughan Endowed Fund for Manuscript and Textual Studies
- "Katherine Mansfield And Russia" a book edited by Galya Diment is published
- Veronica Muskheli announced as the winner of the 2017-18 Graduate School Presidential Dissertation Fellowship