Spring Quarter 2024
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- For all courses not described here, please refer to the General Catalog course descriptions: https://catalog.ucdavis.edu/courses-subject-code/rus/
RUS 003 Elementary Russian
RUS 006 Intermediate Russian
Russian 6 is designed as a continuation of Russian 5 and promotes pronunciation and grammar, as well as the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, with an emphasis on communicative skills, through compelling conversation topics, creative presentations and engaging discussions. The course integrates new vocabulary and syntax into previously acquired language. The purpose of the course is facilitate a maximum exposure to the language and culture and to give the student the opportunity to use Russian as much as possible.
Prerequisites: RUS 005 or Language Placement Test
Textbooks: OER, no required materials for purchase
RUS 101C Advanced Russian
RUS 105 Advanced Russian Conversation
RUS 140 Dostoevsky (In English)
Mary Elisabeth Elliott
Come explore the history, culture, art, and philosophy of Imperial Russia through the works of one of the greatest prose writers of the 19th century, Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky. His portrayals of the philosophic, psychological and political characteristics of his contemporary moment depict the human condition in all of its beauty, complexity and horror. His unflinching honesty and unparalleled prose enable his works to continue to occupy a place of honor and sustained relevance in literary studies. Through readings of The Double, Notes from Underground and The Idiot, we will be able to enter into Dostoevsky’s Russia and reflect on the import of his works then and now, especially in the way they contribute to the myth of Great Russian Culture which plays a central role in East/West politics today.
GEs: AH, WC, WE
RUS 150 Russian Culture