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RUSS 3300

Introduction to Russian Cinema
RUSS 3030 Intro to Russian Cinema is taught in Spring 2022 at the University of Georgia's Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies
Credit Hours:
3

A survey of the major periods, genres, and directors of the extensive Russian and Soviet cinematographic heritage, with particular attention to the immediate influence of historical, political, and cultural developments, questions of cultural identity, and the making of a national tradition. Regular in-class viewing and discussion of films. The class is conducted in English and all films will be shown with English subtitles.

Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture) and the Franklin College Fine Arts/Philosophy/Religion requirement.

Prerequisites:
none
Semester Offered:
Spring
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Instructors of this Course

Senior Lecturer in Russian

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