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PRE-APPROVED REES COURSE LIST SUMMER 2018

To be a REES approved course, a minimum 25% of the course content must be dedicated to Russia, Eastern Europe, and/or Eurasia. If you feel a course meets these requirements but is not listed above, or you would like to adapt a course to meet these guidelines, please contact CREES Director Vitaly Chernetsky, vchernetsky@ku.edu.

 

REES 110 (87964) Understanding Russia & Eastern Europe Beinek, ONLINE

 

REES 111 (16163) Understanding Russia & Eastern Europe, Honors Beinek, ONLINE

 

PRE-APPROVED REES COURSE LIST FALL 2018

To be a REES approved course, a minimum 25% of the course content must be dedicated to Russia, Eastern Europe, and/or Eurasia. If you feel a course meets these requirements but is not listed above, or you would like to adapt a course to meet these guidelines, please contact CREES Director Vitaly Chernetsky, vchernetsky@ku.edu.

Click here to download the list of pre-approved REES courses. Courses numbered 100-699 are open to undergraduate students. Courses 500-999 may carry credit for graduate students. 

Please consult the Academic Catalog or Schedule of Classes for course details and enrollment info. 

Jump down to the Undergraduate Course List.

 

GRADUATE COURSE LIST (pdf)

 

REES 510 (23738) Understanding Central Asia

Diener, T/R 11-12:15, LIN 228

Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies Courses in Other KU Departments:

 

LITERATURE AND THE ARTS

 

EURS 565 (20813) Literature of Human Rights

Janzen, T/R 1-2:15 pm, BA 301 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

HA 567 (28110) Contemporary Art

Cateforis, T/R 1-2:15 pm, SMA 211 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

SLAV 506 (27994) Masterworks of Polish & Czech Literature

Vassileva-Karagyozova, W/F 12:30-1:45 pm, WES 1046

 

SLAV 508 (29183) South Slavic Lit & Civilization

Dickey, ONLINE

 

SLAV 600 (28388) Biography of a City: Kyiv/Kiev/Kijow

Wallo, M/W 12:30-1:45 pm, WES 4068

 

SLAV 667 (27752) Post-Soviet Literature

Chernetsky, T/R 1-2:15 pm, WES 1016

 

SLAV 679 (29202) 20th Century Slavic Women Writers

Wallo, APPT

 

ECONOMICS, BUSINESS, GEOGRAPHY

GEOG 590 (23737) Understanding Central Asia [same as REES 510]

Diener, T/R 11-12:15, LIN 228     

 

HISTORY   

 

HIST 800 (11847) Readings in: Modern Military History

Kipp, By Appt (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

HIST 800 (14089) Readings in: Russian History

Levin, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (21787) Readings in: Russian Women History

Levin, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (24804) Readings in: Russian and Soviet Empire

Scott, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (15268) Readings in: East European History

Wood, By Appt

 

HIST 808 (27727) Colloquium in Comparative History: Comparative Empires

Scott, R 4–6:30 pm, WES 3659

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

POLS 563 (23601) Comparative Political Economy

Arwine, T/R 2:30-3:45, BL 209 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 643 (27763) The European Union

Rohrschneider, M/W 3-4:15 pm, BL 109 (assumes paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 685 (27766) International Law: Laws of Armed Conflict

Omelicheva, ONLINE (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 870 (20026) International Relations

Carter, M 4-7:00 pm, BL 207 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

 

REL 800 (19693) Readings in: Eastern Christianity

Lollar, By Appt

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSE LIST (pdf)

To be a REES approved course, a minimum 25% of the course content must be dedicated to Russia, Eastern Europe, and/or Eurasia. Some courses listed here assume a major project or term paper dedicated to a REES-related topic. If you feel a course meets these requirements but is not listed below, or you would like to adapt a course to meet these guidelines, please contact REES Undergraduate Advisor Justyna Beinek, jbeinek@ku.edu

 

REES 510 (23738) Understanding Central Asia

Diener, T/R 11-12:15, LIN 228        

 

Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies Courses in Other KU Departments:

 

LITERATURE AND THE ARTS

 

EURS 565 (20813) Literature of Human Rights

Janzen, T/R 1-2:15 pm, BA 301 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

HA 567 (28110) Contemporary Art

Cateforis, T/R 1-2:15 pm, SMA 211 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

SLAV 506 (27994) Masterworks of Polish & Czech Literature

Vassileva-Karagyozova, W/F 12:30-1:45 pm, WES 1046

 

SLAV 508 (29183) South Slavic Lit & Civilization

Dickey, ONLINE

 

SLAV 600 (28388) Biography of a City: Kyiv/Kiev/Kijow

Wallo, M/W 12:30-1:45 pm, WES 4068

 

SLAV 667 (27752) Post-Soviet Literature

Chernetsky, T/R 1-2:15 pm, WES 1016

 

SLAV 679 (29202) 20th Century Slavic Women Writers

Wallo, APPT

 

ECONOMICS, BUSINESS, GEOGRAPHY

GEOG 590 (23737) Understanding Central Asia [same as REES 510]

Diener, T/R 11-12:15, LIN 228     

 

HISTORY

HIST 800 (11847) Readings in: Modern Military History

Kipp, By Appt (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

HIST 800 (14089) Readings in: Russian History

Levin, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (21787) Readings in: Russian Women History

Levin, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (24804) Readings in: Russian and Soviet Empire

Scott, By Appt

 

HIST 800 (15268) Readings in: East European History

Wood, By Appt

 

HIST 808 (27727) Colloquium in Comparative History: Comparative Empires

Scott, R 4–6:30 pm, WES 3659

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

 

POLS 563 (23601) Comparative Political Economy

Arwine, T/R 2:30-3:45, BL 209 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 643 (27763) The European Union

Rohrschneider, M/W 3-4:15 pm, BL 109 (assumes paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 685 (27766) International Law: Laws of Armed Conflict

Omelicheva, ONLINE (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

POLS 870 (20026) International Relations

Carter, M 4-7:00 pm, BL 207 (assumes course paper focusing on REES)

 

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES

REL 800 (19693) Readings in: Eastern Christianity

Lollar, By Appt


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