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Russian and East European Institute

College of Arts and Sciences
Bloomington

Director
Professor David L. Ransel

Departmental E-mail
reei@indiana.edu

Departmental URL
www.indiana.edu/~reeiweb

Graduate Faculty
Degree Programs
Master of Arts Degree
Dual Degree Programs
Graduate Certificate Program
Ph.D. Minor Program
Courses

Graduate Faculty

(An asterisk [*] denotes associate membership in University Graduate School faculty.)

Distinguished Professors
Robert W. Campbell (Emeritus, Economics), Linda Dégh (Emerita, Folklore), Denis Sinor (Emeritus, Central Eurasian Studies, History)

Professors
Michael Alexeev (Economics), Robert Arnove (Emeritus, Education), David Audretsch (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Randall Baker (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Ilhan Basgöz (Emeritus, Central Eurasian Studies), Gustav Bayerle (Emeritus, Central Eurasian Studies), Jacob Bielasiak (Political Science), Leon I. Brauner (Emeritus, Theatre and Drama), Yuri Bregel (Emeritus, Central Eurasian Studies), Malcolm Brown (Emeritus, Music), Matei Calinescu (Emeritus, Comparative Literature), Jamsheed Choksy (Central Eurasian Studies), Henry R. Cooper Jr. (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Devin DeWeese (Central Eurasian Studies), A. Benoit Eklof (History), Ronald Feldstein (Slavic Languages and Literatures), William Fierman (Central Eurasian Studies), Steven L. Franks (Linguistics, Slavic Languages and Literatures), Roy J. Gardner (Economics), Sue Grimmond (Geography), Jeffrey Hart (Political Science), Jeffrey Isaac (Political Science), Charles Jelavich (Emeritus, History), Herbert Kaplan (Emeritus, History), Gyorgy Kara (Central Eurasian Studies), Janet Kennedy (Fine Arts), Dov-Ber Kerler (Jewish Studies), Hiroaki Kuromiya (History), Paul Marer (Emeritus, Business), Howard Mehlinger (Emeritus, Education), John Mikesell (School of Public and Environmental Affairs), Bernard Morris (Emeritus, Political Science), Christine Ogan (Journalism), Felix Oinas (Emeritus, Central Eurasian Studies, Slavic Languages and Literatures), Nina M. Perlina (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Alexander Rabinowitch (Emeritus, History), David L. Ransel (History), Toivo Raun (Central Eurasian Studies, History), Jean C. Robinson (Political Science), Alvin Rosenfeld (English), Anya Royce (Anthropology), M. Nazif Shahrani (Anthropology, Central Eurasian Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures), Mihály Szegedy-Maszák (Comparative Literature, Central Eurasian Studies), Bronislava Volkova (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Charles Wise (School of Public and Environmental Affairs)

Associate Professors
Christopher Atwood (Central Eurasian Studies), Matthew Auer (Public and Environmental Affairs), Joëlle Bahloul (Anthropology), Bonnie Brownlee* (Journalism), Maria Bucur-Deckard (History), Andrew Durkin (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Inta Carpenter (Folklore and Ethnomusicology), Aurelian Craiutu (Political Science), George Fowler* (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Halina Goldberg (Musicology), Henry Hale (Political Science0, Bill Johnston (TESOL/Applied Linguistics), Owen V. Johnson (Journalism, History), Michael Kaganovich (Economics), Dodona Kiziria* (Slavic Languages and Literatures), Robert Kravchuk (Public and Environmental Affairs), Vadim Liapunov (Emeritus, Slavic Languages and Literatures), Philip Parnell (Criminal Justice), Sarah Phillips (Anthropology), Beate Sissenich (Political Science), Dina Spechler (Political Science), Beverly Stoeltje (Folklore), Herbert Terry (Telecommunications), Jeffrey Veidlinger (History), Ilinca Zarifopol-Johnston* (Comparative Literature)

Academic Advisor
Professor David L. Ransel, Ballantine Hall 565, (812) 855-7309

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Degree Programs

The Russian and East European Institute (REEI) offers a Master of Arts program in Russian and East European studies and four dual degree programs: a Master of Arts and Master of Business Administration with the Kelley School of Business, a Master of Arts and Master of Library Science or Master of Information Science with the School of Library and Information Science, and a Master of Arts and Master of Public Affairs with the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. The Russian and East European Institute master's program gives students a broad understanding of the geographical area and its peoples, while providing the opportunity to examine in depth the aspect of Russian and East European studies that most interests them. The dual degrees add high-level professional training. Students may focus on the study of Russia, another country or region of the former Soviet Union, or East Central or Southeastern Europe. Within their chosen geographic area, students may concentrate on the study of a particular discipline (business, history, library science, information science, political science, literature, public affairs, or some other) while also taking courses outside of that discipline.

REEI also offers a Graduate Certificate Program and a Ph.D. Minor Program.

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Master of Arts Degree

The REEI master's degree program is intended to prepare area specialists for nonacademic careers in government and private-sector fields such as research and foreign aid, or in exchange organizations, journalism, and business. Students may also choose to follow the REEI degree with advanced graduate studies. The program normally takes two years to complete. Its aim is to provide a broad interdisciplinary introduction to the Russian and East European area, with language competency appropriate for professional research.

Admission Requirements
Bachelor's degree with evidence of superior ability and completion of the Graduate Record Examination. Students who intend to specialize in East Central, European, Southeast European, or Central Asian studies do not need previous study in languages of those areas for admission. For work in Russian area studies, proficiency in Russian language equivalent to two years of college study is required.

Course Requirements
Thirty (30) credit hours of graduate course work to be distributed as follows: (1) R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 credits) to be taken the first fall semester of enrollment; (2) four courses (3 credits each) from area studies offerings, one each from the social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group; (3) four courses (3 credits each) in the area of concentration. The concentration can be disciplinary (e.g., comparative politics, or business and economics); or it can be geographic (e.g., East Central Europe or Russia); and (4) REEI R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (3 credits). All course requirements must be completed with an average grade of B or above.

M.A. Essay and Interdisciplinary Oral Examination
The paper by a student in the Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (R601) usually becomes the M.A. essay. The essay must be interdisciplinary in focus and use research in the language of concentration as a defining element. In other words, the foreign language sources must form part of the foundation on which the argument of the essay rests. Three REEI faculty members evaluate the essay and administer an oral examination that explores the interdisciplinary implications of the essay within the context of the student's graduate course work. The essay should not exceed 13,000 words in length (not counting footnotes/endnotes, bibliography, or tabular material).

Language Requirement
Successful completion of the Russian and East European Oral Proficiency Examination requires a knowledge of Russian at intermediate to high level or knowledge of another area language at the second-year level. Language courses do not count toward the REEI degree requirements, but may be necessary to ensure proficiency.

The REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in Russian takes approximately 45 minutes and requires that the student demonstrate fourth-year (intermediate high) proficiency by: (1) participating in an oral interview with the examiner (10-25 minutes); and (2) orally translating a passage from an article (150 words) into English. For the translation section of the exam, the student will be given 15 minutes to prepare the passage and may use a dictionary.

The REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in other area languages takes approximately 30 minutes and requires that the student demonstrate second-year (intermediate) proficiency by (1) carrying on a conversation on everyday topics in the language; (2) presenting a brief talk (five minutes) on a subject in the student's field and answering questions on the subject matter presented; and (3) orally translating a passage from an article (75 words) into English. For the translation section of the exam, the student will be given 15 minutes to prepare the passage and may use a dictionary.

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Dual Degree Programs

Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and
  Master of Business Administration (M.A./M.B.A.)
Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and
  Master of Information Science (M.A./M.I.S.)
Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and
  Master of Library Science Degree (M.A./M.L.S.)
Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and
  Master of Public Affairs (M.A./M.P.A.)

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Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and Master of Business Administration (M.A./M.B.A.)

The Russian and East European Institute and the Kelley School of Business jointly offer a three-year program that qualifies students for a dual master's degree. Study for the dual degree (M.A./M.B.A.) can be combined for a total of 64.5 credit hours rather than the 84 credit hours required for the two degrees taken separately. All dual-degree students should expect to pay University Graduate School tuition rates for approximately half of their enrolled semesters at IU and professional school tuition rates for the other half.

Admission Requirements
Same as for the Master of Arts degree except that application must also be made to the Kelley School of Business for study toward the Master of Business Administration degree. Students must be accepted by both units in order to be admitted to the program.

REEI Course Requirements
Twenty-four (24) credit hours of graduate course work to be distributed as follows: (1) R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 credits) to be taken the first fall semester of enrollment; (2) four courses (3 credits each) from area studies offerings, one each from the social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group; (3) two courses (3 credits each) in the concentration area of international business management. (These courses should be selected in consultation with the REEI graduate advisor. Students will be encouraged to take an additional 3 credit hours as their M.B.A. elective.); (4) R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (3 credits).

Business Course Requirements
Forty-and-one-half (40.5) credit hours of graduate course. Full information on the M.B.A. curriculum is contained in the Kelley School of Business Bulletin.

M.A./M.B.A. Essay and Interdisciplinary Oral Examination
Same as for the Master of Arts degree except M.A. essay committee should consist of REEI and Kelley School of Business professors.

Language Requirements
Successful completion of REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in one area language (same as for the Master of Arts degree-please see description above).

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Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and Master of Information Science (M.A./M.I.S.)

The Russian and East European Institute and the School of Library and Information Science jointly offer a three-year program that qualifies students for a dual master's degree. Study for the dual degree (M.A./M.I.S.) can be combined for a total of 60 credit hours rather than the 72 credit hours required for the two degrees taken separately. All dual degree students should expect to pay University Graduate School tuition rates for approximately half of their enrolled semesters at IU and professional school tuition rates for the other half.

Admissions Requirements
Same as for the Master of Arts degree except that application must also be made to the School of Library and Information Science for study toward the Master of Information Science degree. Students must be accepted by both units in order to be admitted to the program.

REEI Course Requirements
Twenty-four credit hours of graduate course work to be distributed as follows: (1) R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 credits) to be taken the first fall of enrollment; (2) four courses (3 credits each) from area studies offerings, one each from the social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group; (3) R620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials or R610 Seminar in International Librarianship: International Information Issues. (Either R620 or R610 should include a web-based bibliography project.); (4) L596 Internship in Library and Information Science, (research must be conducted in an area pertinent to REEI); and (5) R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (3 credits).

Library and Information Science Course Requirements
Thirty-six (36) credit hours of graduate course work. Full information on the M.I.S. curriculum is contained in the School of Library and Information Science Bulletin.

M.A./M.I.S. Essay and Interdisciplinary Oral Examination
Same as for the Master of Arts degree, except M.A. essay committee should consist of REEI and School of Library and Information Science professors.

Language Requirement
Successful completion of the REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in one area language (same as for the Master of Arts degree-please see description above).

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Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and Master of Library Science Degree (M.A./M.L.S.)

The Russian and East European Institute and the School of Library and Information Science jointly offer a three-year program that qualifies students for a dual master's degree. Study for the dual degree (M.A./M.L.S.) can be combined for a total of 54 credit hours rather than the 66 credit hours required for the two degrees taken separately. All dual degree students should expect to pay University Graduate School tuition rates for approximately half of their enrolled semesters at IU and professional school tuition rates for the other half.

Admissions Requirements
Same as for the Master of Arts degree, except that application must also be made to the School of Library and Information Science for study toward the Master of Library Science degree. Students must be accepted by both units in order to be admitted to the program.

REEI Course Requirements
Twenty-four (24) credit hours of graduate course work to be distributed as follows: (1) R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 credits) to be taken the first fall semester of enrollment; (2) four courses (3 credits each) from area studies offerings, one each from the social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group; (3) L596 Internship in Library and Information Science; research must be conducted in an area pertinent to REEI; (4) R620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials; and (5) R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (3 credits).

Library and Information Science Course Requirements
Thirty (30) credit hours of graduate course work. Full information on the M.L.S. curriculum is contained in the School of Library and Information Science Bulletin.

M.A./M.L.S. Essay and Interdisciplinary Oral Examination
Same as for the Master of Arts degree, except M.A. essay committee should consist of REEI and School of Library and Information Science professors.

Language Requirement
Successful completion of the Russian and East European Institute Oral Proficiency Examination in one area language (same as for the Master of Arts degree-please see description above).

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Dual Master of Arts in Russian and East European Studies and Master of Public Affairs (M.A./M.P.A.)

The Russian and East European Institute and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs jointly offer a three-year program that qualifies students for a dual master's degree. Study for the dual degree (M.A./M.P.A.) can be combined for a total of 60 credit hours rather than the 78 credit hours required for the two degrees taken separately. The first semester of course work toward the dual degree should be completed in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs in order to complete prerequisite courses that are offered only in the fall. All dual degree students should expect to pay University Graduate School tuition rates for approximately half of their enrolled semesters at IU and professional school tuition rates for the other half.

Admissions Requirements
Same as for the Master of Arts degree, except that application must also be made to the School of Public and Environmental Affairs for study toward the Master of Public Affairs degree. Students must be accepted by both units in order to be admitted to the program.

REEI Course Requirements
Twenty-four (24) credit hours of graduate course work to be distributed as follows: (1) R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 credits); (2) four courses (3 credits each) from area studies offerings, one each from the social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group; (3) two courses (3 credits each) in the concentration area of public and environmental affairs. (These courses should be selected in consultation with the REEI graduate advisor. These courses may not count toward the credit hours required for the Master of Public Affairs.); and (4) R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (3 credits).

Public and Environmental Affairs Course Requirements
Thirty-six credit hours of graduate course work. Full information on the M.P.A. curriculum is contained in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs Bulletin.

M.A./M.P.A. Essay and Interdisciplinary Oral Examination
Same as for the Master of Arts degree, except M.A. essay committee should consist of REEI and School of Public and Environmental Affairs professors.

Language Requirements
Successful completion of REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in one area language (same as for the Master of Arts degree-please see description above).

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Graduate Certificate Program

Admissions Requirements
Bachelor's degree with evidence of superior ability. Students admitted to the institute must be admitted first by a department or professional school in which they will work simultaneously for an advanced degree (M.A. or Ph.D.); the certificate is awarded only upon completion of this degree, except in the case of students who have already earned an advanced degree at Indiana University and who wish to add area specialization to competence in their discipline.

Course Requirements
(1) Six to eight courses (18 to 24 credit hours) with at least one course from three of the four following groups: social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group. No more than three courses (9 credit hours) applied toward the certificate may be taken within the student's home department. (2) One colloquium or seminar (600 level or higher) in a department outside the student's own. The courses must be planned in consultation with the graduate advisor or director of REEI.

Language Requirement
Successful completion of REEI Oral Proficiency Examination in one area language (same as for the Master of Arts degree-please see description above).

Thesis/Dissertation
Students must present to the institute a bound copy of the dissertation/thesis for their home department on a Russian or East European area topic, or, in certain cases, a copy of a paper written for the colloquium/seminar.

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Ph.D. Minor Program

Admissions Requirement
Bachelor's degree with evidence of superior ability. Students admitted to the institute must be admitted first by a department in which they will work simultaneously for a Ph.D.; the minor is awarded only upon completion of this degree, except in the case of students who have already earned an advanced degree at Indiana University and who wish to add area specialization to competence in their discipline.

Course Requirements
Three to five courses (3 credits each) from area studies courses, with at least one course from three of the four following groups: social science group, historical/geographical group, sociocultural group, and literature group. The courses must be planned in consultation with the graduate advisor or director of REEI.

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Courses

Institute Colloquiums
Courses Satisfying Distribution Requirements for the
  REEI M.A., M.A./M.B.A., M.A./M.I.S., M.A./M.L.S.,
  M.A./M.P.A., Graduate Certificate, and Ph.D. Minor

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Institute Colloquiums

R500 Russian and East European Issues (1-3 cr.) Selected issues in Russian and East European history, politics, culture, economics, and society.

R575 Graduate Readings in Russian and East European Studies (1-3 cr.) Consent of instructor and the director of the Russian and East European Institute required.

R600 Proseminar in Russian and East European Area Studies (3 cr.) Introduction to the disciplines and methodologies of Russian and East European area studies.

R601 Interdisciplinary Colloquium in Russian and East European Studies (1.5-3 cr.) Capstone course for the Russian and East European Institute master's degree, emphasizing readings in current problems and completion of a major research paper.

R610 Seminar in International Librarianship: International Information Issues (3 cr.) Comparison of information policies, information standards, and library systems as they affect commercial, scholarly, scientific, and political information contexts.

R620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials (3 cr.) P: knowledge of at least one Slavic language or consent of instructor. Selection and acquisition of Slavic materials; special problems in organization and handling; Slavic bibliographies and other reference materials; online bibliographic databases.

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Courses Satisfying Distribution Requirements for the REEI M.A., M.A./M.B.A., M.A./M.I.S., M.A./M.L.S., M.A./M.P.A., Graduate Certificate, and Ph.D. Minor

In order to receive graduate credit for 300- and 400-level courses, the course must be taught by a professor (not an Associate Instructor) and may require additional assignments. Courses listed in more than one section have varying topics.

Group I (Social Science)
Group II (Historical/Geographical)
Group III (Sociocultural)
Group IV (Literature)

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Group I (Social Science)

Business
D503 International Business Environment(1.5 cr.)
D504 Operations of International Business (1.5 cr.)
D594 International Competitive Strategy (1.5 cr.)
D595 International Management (1.5 cr.)
M594 Global Marketing Management (3 cr.)
F570 International Financial Markets (1.5 cr.)
F571 International Corporate Finance (1.5 cr.)
X575 Kelley International Finance Perspectives Field Study
X699 International Business and Culture (3 cr.)

Central Eurasian Studies
U427 Politics, Society, and Culture in Present-Day Hungary (3 cr.)
U459 Seminar in Turkish Studies: Social Science Topics (3 cr.)
U519 Soviet and Post-Soviet Nationality Policies and Problems (3 cr.)
U520 Selected Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Social Science Topics (3 cr.)
U533 Finland in the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
U574 Environmental Problems and Social Constraints in Northern and Central Eurasia (3 cr.)
U574 The Ecology of Central and Northern Asia (3 cr.)
U597 Politics and Society in Central Asia (3 cr.)
U720 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Social Science Topics (3 cr.)

Economics
E501 Seminar in Economics: Soviet-Type Economies in Transition (3 cr.)
E698 Comparative Economics and Economics of Transition (3 cr.)

Education
H551 Comparative Education I (3 cr.)
H552 Comparative Education II (3 cr.)

Graduate
I701 Interdisciplinary Workshop on Social Science Research in Less Developed Countries (3-3 cr.)
I702 Interdisciplinary Workshop on Social Science Research in Less Developed Countries (3-3 cr.)

Political Science
Y340 East European Politics (3 cr.)
Y351 Model European Union (3 cr.)
Y368 Russian and Soviet Foreign Policy (3 cr.)
Y382 Modern Political Thought (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Y385 Russian Political Ideas (3 cr.)
Y657 Comparative Politics (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Y669 International Relations (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Y675 Political Philosophy (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Y681 Readings in Comparative Politics (REE area topics) (1-4 cr.)

Public and Environmental Affairs
V550 Topics in Public Affairs (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
V573 Comparative Public Management (3 cr.)
V575 Comparative Public Management and Administration (3 cr.)
V589 Topics in Public Policy: Democratization and Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States (3 cr.)

West European Studies
W501 The Economics of European Integration (3 cr.)

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Group II (Historical/Geographical)

Central Eurasian Studies
U368 The Mongol Conquest (3 cr.)
U423 Hungary between 1890 and 1945 (3 cr.)
U427 Politics, Society, and Culture in Present-Day Hungary (3 cr.)
U436 Finnish Civilization to 1800 (3 cr.)
U469 The Mongols of the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
U493 Central Asia in the Sixteenth-Nineteenth Centuries (3 cr.)
U494 Central Asia under Russian Rule (3 cr.)
U496 Ethnic History of Central Asia (3 cr.)
U518 Empire and Ethnicity in Modern Russian History (3 cr.)
U520 Selected Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Historical Topics (3 cr.)
U533 Finland in the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
U544 The Baltic States since 1918 (3 cr.)
U590 Shamanism in Central Eurasia (3 cr.)
U698 Islamic Hagiography of Central Asia (3 cr.)
U720 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Historical Topics (3 cr.)

Geography
G427 Russia and Its Neighbors (3 cr.)

History
C393 Ottoman History (3 cr.)
T500 Topics in History (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
Recent Topics in REE History offered through REEI
R500 Empire of the Tsars (3 cr.)
R500 Russian Revolution and the Soviet Regime(3 cr.)
R500 The People vs. the Emperor (3 cr.)
H640 Colloquium in Russian History (4 cr.)
H645 Colloquium in East European History (4 cr.)
H720 Seminar in European History (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
H740 Seminar in Russian History (4 cr.)
H745 Seminar in East European History (4 cr.)

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Group III (Sociocultural)

Anthropology
E332 Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives (3 cr.)
E334 Jews in Moslem Society (3 cr.)
E371 Modern Jewish Culture and Society (3 cr.)
E440 Political Anthropology (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
E600 Seminar in Cultural and Social Anthropology (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
E687 Ethnography of Europe (3 cr.)

Central Eurasian Studies
U345 Finno-Ugric/Siberian Myth and Religion (3 cr.)
U370 Uralic Peoples (3 cr.)
U394 Islam in the Soviet Union and Successor States (3 cr.)
U427 Politics, Society, and Culture in Present-Day Hungary (3 cr.)
U459 Seminar in Turkish Studies: Sociocultural Topics (3 cr.)
U469 The Mongols of the Twentieth Century (3 cr.)
U498 Studies in Inner Asian Religious Traditions (3 cr.)
U520 Selected Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Sociocultural Topics (3 cr.)
U543 Estonian Culture and Civilization (3 cr.)
U590 Shamanism in Central Eurasia (3 cr.)
U596 Post-Soviet Transition Central Asia (3 cr.)
U597 Politics and Society in Central Asia (3 cr.)
U598 Peoples and Cultures of Central Asia (3 cr.)
U720 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Sociocultural Topics (3 cr.)
U797 Seminar on Comparative Study of Muslim Societies of Central Asia and Middle East (3 cr.)

Comparative Literature
C533 Romanticism (3 cr.)
C535 The Later Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (3 cr.)
C641 Literature in its Intellectual and Cultural Contexts (REE area topics) (4 cr.)

Criminal Justice
P680 Seminar: Issues in Criminal Justice: (REE area topics) (3 cr.)

Fine Arts
A425 Byzantine Art (4 cr.)
A442 Twentieth Century Art 1900-1924 (4 cr.)
A480 Russian Art (3 cr.)
A626 Problems in Byzantine Art (3 cr.)

Folklore
F755 Folklore, Culture, and Society (REE area topics) (3 cr.)

Germanic Studies
Y505 Modernity and Tradition in Yiddish Literature and Culture (3 cr.)
Y540 Graduate Studies in Yiddish (3 cr.)
Y595 Individual Readings in Yiddish Language, Literature, or Culture (1-4 cr.)

Journalism
J414 International Newsgathering Systems (3 cr.)
J514 International Communication (3 cr.)
J560 Topics Colloquium: Reporting Foreign Affairs (3 cr.)
J624 Russian and East European Press Systems (3 cr.)

Library Science
L596 Internship in Library and Information Science (2-6 cr.)
L610 International Information Issues (3 cr.)

Music
M502 Composers (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
M510 Topics in Music Literature (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
M537 Topics in Russian Music (3 cr.)
M601 Topics in Music Research (REE area topics) (3 cr.)
M602 Seminar in Musicology: Music and Politics in Eastern Europe (3 cr.)
M695 Seminar in Romantic Music (REE area topics) (3 cr.)

Russian and East European Institute
R610 Seminar in International Librarianship: International Information Issues (3 cr.)
R620 Topics in Information, Literature, and Bibliography: Slavic Library Materials (3 cr.)

Slavic Languages and Literatures
R407 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society I (3 cr.)
R408 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society II (3 cr.)
R552 Russian and Soviet Film (3 cr.)
R553 Central European Cinema (3 cr.)

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Group IV (Literature)

Central Eurasian Studies
U424 Hungarian Literature from its Beginnings to 1900 (3 cr.)
U426 Modern Hungarian Literature (3 cr.)
U520 Selected Topics in Central Eurasian Studies: Literature Topics (3 cr.)
U534 Classical Finnish Literature (3 cr.)
U535 Modern Finnish Literature (3 cr.)
U720 Seminar in Central Eurasian Studies: Literature Topics (3 cr.)

Comparative Literature
C535 The Later Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (REE area topics) (4 cr.)
C641 Literature in Its Intellectual and Cultural Contexts (REE area topics) (4 cr.)

Germanic Studies
Y505 Modernity and Tradition in Yiddish Literature and Culture (3 cr.)
Y815 Individual Readings in Yiddish Language, Literature, or Culture (1-4 cr.)

Slavic Languages and Literatures
C563 Literatures and Cultures of the Czechs and Slovaks I (3 cr.)
C564 Literatures and Cultures of the Czechs and Slovaks II (3 cr.)
C565 Seminar in Czech Literature and Culture (3 cr.)
L599 Prague School Linguistics and Poetics (3 cr.)
M565 Individual Readings in Romanian Language and Literature (cr. arr.)
P563 Survey of Polish Literature and Culture I (3 cr.)
P564 Survey of Polish Literature and Culture II (3 cr.)
P565 Seminar in Polish Literature and Culture II (3 cr.)
R405 Readings in Russian Literature I (3 cr.) (in Russian)
R406 Readings in Russian Literature II (3 cr.) (in Russian)
R407 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society I (3 cr.) (in Russian)
R408 Readings in Russian Culture, History, and Society II (3 cr.) (in Russian)
R500 Proseminar in Russian Literature (3 cr.)
R503 Old Russian Literature (3 cr.) (in Russian)
R504 Eighteenth Century Russian Literature (3 cr.)
R505 Nineteenth Century Russian Literature I (3 cr.)
R506 Nineteenth Century Russian Literature II (3 cr.)
R507 Twentieth Century Russian Literature I (3 cr.)
R508 Twentieth Century Russian Literature II (3 cr.)
R520 Twentieth Century Russian Author (3 cr.)
R530 Pushkin (3 cr.)
R531 Gogol (3 cr.)
R532 Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
R533 Tolstoy (3 cr.)
R534 Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
R535 Chekhov (3 cr.)
R545 Jewish Characters in Russian Literature (3 cr.)
R549 Myth and Reality: Women in Russian Literature and in Life (3 cr.)
R550 Russian Drama (3 cr.)
R551 Russian Poetry (3 cr.)
R563 Pushkin to Dostoevsky (3 cr.)
R564 Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn (3 cr.)
R601 Seminar in Russian Literature (1-6 cr.)
S563 Literature and Culture of the Southern Slavs I (3 cr.)
S564 Literature and Culture of the Southern Slavs II (3 cr.)
S565 Seminar in South Slavic Literature (3 cr.)

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