Why Study Slavic Languages and Literatures?

The University of Pittsburgh Slavic Languages and Literatures

Slavic-related courses on language, literature, and culture are offered to both graduate and undergraduate students year-round. Our culture courses, such as Vampire: Blood and Empire, Russian Fairy Tales (CAS), Madness and Madmen in Russian Literature are offered during the fall, spring and summer terms. To find out more about specific programs, please visit the academics section.

The Russian and East European Summer Language Institute (SLI) is one of the country's finest programs in intensive Slavic and East European acquisition. 2012 programs include Pittsburgh courses in Russian,Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Czech, Polish, Bulgarian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Turkish and Slovak. Abroad programs include Moscow, Poland,Hungary, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Montenegro. Visit the SLI Web site for information and to apply.

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Why Study Slavic and East European Languages?