The Russian and Eurasian Studies Regional Studies Concentration is intended for students seeking an interdisciplinary program of study centered on Russia and Eurasia. The program is regional in spirit, meaning that students can take courses in a wide range of countries of East/Central Europe, the Slavic states, and Central Asia.
A HASS Concentration may include only ONE (1) subject that also counts toward the HASS Distribution Requirement. You may include more than one only if the additional subject will NOT count as a HASS Distribution subject in your degree audit.
Four subjects, chosen from the following MIT subjects:
21F.611 Russian I (Regular)
21F.612 Russian II (Regular)
21F.615 Russian I (Streamlined for heritage speakers)
21F.616 Russian II (Streamline for heritage speakers)
21H.244 Imperial and Revolutionary Russia: Culture and Politics, 1700-1917, HASS-H
21H.245J Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, 1917-Present [17.57], HASS-S, HASS-D, CI-H
For details, please consult the Concentration Advisor:
Professor Elizabeth Wood, E51-282, x3-3255,
or the History Office, E51-255, x3-4965