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Cambridge Slavonic Studies Courses

The Slavonic Studies Section at the University of Cambridge is dedicated to teaching the languages of Poland, Russia and Ukraine to a high degree of written and oral excellence. We also seek to promote an interdisciplinary course of study in which our undergraduate and postgraduate students acquire a wide range of knowledge in literature, history, culture, and philology. Our courses of study are rigorous and intensive. We take pride in engaging our students in vigorous debate and discussion by way of a curriculum combining organised lectures and seminars with small group teaching.

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Slavonic News

'Brilliant, Pioneering Analysis': Emma Widdis Launches New Monograph at Tate Modern

20 November 2017

The Slavonic Studies community at the University of Cambridge is delighted to announce the publication of Emma Widdis’s new book, Socialist Senses: Film, Feeling and the Soviet Subject, 1917-1939 (Indiana University Press, 2017) .

Exploring the Complexity of Revolution

16 October 2017

A century after the tumultuous revolutionary events of 1917, we still struggle to understand their complexity. Our new lecture series seeks to address this problem with public presentations by prominent scholars of both Russia and Ukraine.