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Collection Guidelines: Slavic Studies: Program Focus

Collecting guidelines for Slavic Languages and Literatures, Baltic Studies, and Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies (REECAS).

Departments and Programs

The UW Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures offers the following degree programs in the humanities:

  • Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Russian Language and Literature, or in East European Languages and Literatures
  • Bachelor of Arts with a Minor in Russian Language and Literature, or in East European Languages and Literatures
  • Master of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The UW Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies (Jackson School of International Studies) offers these interdisciplinary degree and certificate programs in the social sciences:

The UW Department of Scandinavian Studies offers a major in Scandinavian area studies with Baltic specialization (for undergraduates), as well as an undergraduate minor in Baltic studies (general), Estonian, Latvian, or Lithuanian.

Many UW departments and schools offer PhD programs in which a candidate's research may focus preponderantly on Slavic, Baltic, East European, and Central Asian studies.  These PhD candidates draw heavily on UW's Slavic and East European studies collections. The programs in which they study include: Anthropology, Art History, Built Environments, Communications, Comparative Literature, Drama, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Linguistics, Music, Political Science, Public Affairs, Sociology, and others.