GLOBAL RUSSIA

CULANTH 399

Globalization of Russian culture as manifested in popular and academic cultural forms, including political ideologies, media and artistic texts, film, theater and television, markets, educational and legal institutions, historical and contemporary social movements. Examination of ethical issues in context of such topics as the relationship between church and state; the evolution of a totalitarian government into a democratic state; reproductive rights; the struggle against corruption in education, finance, police force; the role of censorship; views of citizenship, patriotism, valor, and treason; historical perspectives on prison camps, abuses of psychiatry. Instructor: Andrews

Day / Time: 

WF 03:05 PM-04:20 PM

Location: 

Languages 320

Instructor: 

Staff, Departmental

Section: 

01