New Fall Courses!
Sat, April 5, 2008
REE 325 / SLA 324 course flier (PDF, 355K)
Slavs in Western Imagination: from the Enlightenment to Post-modernism
An examination of Slavic peoples and cultures as represented by West European and American perception in literature and film.
REE 325 course flier (PDF, 390K)
Gender and Art in the Muslim World
A survey tracing the development of Islamic art, with a special focus on gender and contemporary artistic issues.
REE 385 course flier (PDF, 1MB)
Vysotsky: Life and Works
An original language course on legendary Russian singer/songwriter, poet and political activist Vladimir Vysotsky, conducted in Russian.
REE 385 course flier (PDF, 356K)
Empire and Nation in the City: Habsburg and Ottoman Urban Culture in the Nineteenth Century
This graduate seminar will explore issues of nineteenth-century Ottoman and Habsburg historiography through the lens of urban history.
SLA 380 course flier (PDF, 1.2MB)
A survey and study of the written narrative of travel in poetry, essays, novels and letters.
For more information on these courses and others, check out the full CREEES listing online at http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/creees/courses/
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