Welcome to the Program of Russian and East European Languages and Literatures

  • Don't miss these great courses in English for Spring 2014 - Russian Literature and Revolution will focus on the artistic movements in Russia in the 20th century, including the literature that was suppressed, muted, or twisted by Stalinist policies. Laughter Through Tears will introduce students to the rich and wonderfully eclectic world of comic, humorous, and satirical Russian literature. In Autobiographical Creations in Russian Literature, you will learn how Russian writers imagine and represent the self in autobiographical works of literature. And finally, go in depth with two of the most important 19th century realist novels in Bleak House and The Brothers Karamazov. Click here for more information!
  • Congratulations to Eliza Desind (RU'13, major in English and minor in Comparative Literature), whose article "Friends and Allies?: Gogol’s Tale about the Two Ivans and the Politics of Russo-Ukrainian Relations" was published in the undergraduate Slavic Journal, The Birch. Eliza wrote this article while taking Prof. Bojanowska's course "The World According to Gogol". Click here to read her article!
  • Professor Edyta Bojanowska has been profiled on the www.rutgers.edu hopemage - read all about her current research on the multiethnic world of the 19th century Russian empire here!
  • Congratulations to Professor Emily Van Buskirk on her National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend for 2013!
Don't miss these great courses in English for Spring 2014 - Russian Literature and Revolution will focus on the artistic movements in Russia in the 20th century, including the literature that was suppressed, muted, or twisted by Stalinist policies. Laughter Through Tears will introduce students to the rich and wonderfully eclectic world of comic, humorous, and satirical Russian literature. In Autobiographical Creations in Russian Literature, you will learn how Russian writers imagine and represent the self in autobiographical works of literature. And finally, go in depth with two of the most important 19th century realist novels in Bleak House and The Brothers Karamazov. Click here for more information!

Contact Us

germanhouse100

German House
172 College Ave.
New Brunswick,
NJ 08901

P  732-932-7201
F  732-932-1111 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.