Societies and the World 52: The Phoenix & the Firebird: Russia in Global Perspective Syllabus
Offered this year for the first time, Societies and the World 52: The Phoenix & The Firebird is an interdisciplinary approach to understanding Russia and its place in the contemporary global climate. Taught by a member of the Slavic Languages and Literature Department and a member of the History Department, the course bridges the gap in understanding Russianness and Russian studies expressed by both Posin and Engerman. It is not enough to understand Russia as simply a site of rich literature and culture, or as a site of historical and political importance, but rather, both. The inclusion of this course in the General Education program indicates that on some level Harvard believes that it is not only content that matters when addressing studies of Russia, but also, methodology.
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