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Meet the Faculty
Students who choose to include Russian in their studies at the University of Delaware will enter into a challenging but rewarding world of language and culture that is sure to bring huge rewards. Whether majoring or minoring in Russian Studies or choosing to include Russian in a 3-Language Major, proficiency in this important world language prepares our graduates for numerous and diverse fields including mathematics, aeronautics, international relations, the petroleum industry, marketing for both established and growing international companies, and, of course, linguistics and pedagogy.
But the list goes on! You’ve heard of and perhaps even sampled some Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, so why not truly experience their artistic genius and read them in the original? When studying world cultural history, you cannot ignore the influence of Russia’s avant-garde artists such as composers Shostakovich and Stravinsky and painters Chagall and Kandinsky. And we cannot forget the legacy left behind in the fields of history and politics by Peter the Great, Lenin, and Stalin…
A knowledge of Russia’s diverse and rich history and culture will help you grow and expand your horizons. Open some fascinating new doors; join us and study Russian at UD!
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