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University of Calgary Calendar 2013-2014 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Course Descriptions C Central and East European Studies CEST
Central and East European Studies CEST

Instruction offered by the Faculty of Arts.

Senior Course
Central and East European Studies 313       An Introduction to Cultural Traditions
A survey of Russian and Eastern European cultural history from the settlement of the Slavic peoples to the early twentieth century. Included will be such topics as the ethnic, linguistic, and cultural composition of the region; art and architecture of medieval Russia; the Enlightenment; national revival movements; literature, music and painting; modernism; the cultural efflorescence of the early Soviet period.
Course Hours:
H(3-0)
Prerequisite(s):
Consent of the Centre for International Students and Study Abroad.
Antirequisite(s):
Not open to students with credit in History 493.19.
Notes:
This course is normally taught as part of the Term Abroad Program.
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