Graduate Courses

For information about specific section times and locations  please view the UCLA Schedule of Classes.

For a complete listing of department courses visit the UCLA General Catalog.

Winter 2020

  • RUSSN 213B - 20th-Century Russian Literature, 1930 to 1989

    Instructor(s): Vadim Shneyder

    Lecture, three hours. Required for MA (literature). Lectures and readings in major literary trends, including socialist realism, The Thaw, and second- and third-wave emigration. S/U or letter grading.

  • RUSSN C224D - Studies in Russian Literature: Dostoevsky

    Instructor(s): Gail Lenhoff

    Lecture, three hours. Lectures and readings in English. In-depth reading of major fictional works such as "Crime and Punishment," "Notes from the Underground," and "The Brothers Karamazov." Concurrently scheduled with course C124D. S/U or letter grading.

  • SLAVC 201 - Introduction to Old Church Slavic

    Instructor(s): Susan Kresin

    Lecture, three hours. Required for MA (linguistics, literature). Introduction to phonology and grammar; readings.

  • SLAVC 375 - Teaching Apprentice Practicum

    Instructor(s): Anna Kudyma, Vadim Shneyder, Gail Lenhoff, Ronald Vroon

    Seminar, to be arranged. Preparation: apprentice personnel employment as teaching assistant, associate, or fellow. Teaching apprenticeship under active guidance and supervision of regular faculty member responsible for curriculum and instruction at UCLA. May be repeated for credit. S/U grading.

  • SLAVC 596 - Directed Individual Study or Research

    Instructor(s): Roman Koropeckyj, Susan Kresin, Gail Lenhoff, Igor Pilshchikov, Vadim Shneyder, Ronald Vroon

    S/U grading.

  • SLAVC 597 - Preparation for MA Comprehensive Examination or PhD Qualifying Examinations

    Instructor(s): Roman Koropeckyj, Gail Lenhoff, Igor Pilshchikov, Vadim Shneyder, Ronald Vroon

    S/U grading.

  • SLAVC 599 - Research for PhD Dissertation

    Instructor(s): Roman Koropeckyj, Gail Lenhoff, Igor Pilshchikov, Vadim Shneyder, Ronald Vroon

    S/U grading.