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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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Poet, essayist and journalist Maria Stepanova in Cambridge 2020

14 February 2020

During February and March 2020 poet, essayist and novelist Maria Stepanova will be at Cambridge University as Visiting Bye-Fellow at Selwyn College. Maria Stepanova is a poet, essayist and journalist. She has published over ten collections of poetry in Russian, and several books of essay and criticism. Her most recent...

LECTURE SERIES 2020: POST-SOCIALIST PRESENTS: CULTURE AND SOCIETY IN RUSSIA, POLAND AND UKRAINE: MEMORY

12 February 2020

Lecture Series 2020: Post-Socialist Presents: Culture and Society in Russia, Poland and Ukraine: MEMORY The Slavonic Studies Section has organised a series of public events focusing on aspects of contemporary culture and society across Poland, Russia and Ukraine during the academic year 2019-20. Each event features two...