Pasternak's Dacha, Peredelkino, Russia
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Main Building, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
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The Bronze Horseman, St. Petersburg, Russia
Fallen Monument Park (Muzeon), Moscow, Russia
St. Isaac's Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia
Jewish Cemetery, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
near Mikhailovskoe, Pushkinskie Gory, Russia
Old City, Kraków, Poland
Wieliczka Salt Mine, Wieliczka, Poland
Great Synagogue, Tykocin, Poland
Left: Town Hall, Sandomierz, Poland | Right: Tatra Mountains, Poland
Białowieża National Park, Poland
Annunciation Cathedral, Moscow Kremlin, Russia
Zakopane, Tatra Mountains, Poland
Syrenka Monument, Old Town Market, Warsaw, Poland
Left: Tolstoy's Estate at Iasnaia Poliana, Russia | Right: Tula Kremlin, Tula, Russia
Left: Cathedral of the Ascension, Moscow Kremlin, Russia | Right: Cathedral of the Archangel, Moscow Kremlin, Russia
Cityscape, Prague, Czech Republic
Vltava Riverfront, Prague, Czech Republic

 

As of 1 July 2016, the Departments of German, Scandinavian Studies, and Slavic Languages and Literature have merged into the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic (GNS), as part of a broader university mandate to bring together departments that can combine their strengths and share their best practices.
German, Scandinavian, and Slavic degree programs, alumni relations, and outreach events will continue to exist independently under the Department of GNS. We are in the process of creating a new website that reflects this all. In the meantime, you can access the web sites at German, Nordic, Slavic.
GNS is located in Van Hise Hall, on floors 8, 13 and 14.  The Departmental office is on floor 8, in room 818.  The Graduate office is on Floor 14, room 1432 and the Undergraduate  office is on floor 13, room 1306.
The Slavic Unit offers instruction over a broad range of languages, literatures and cultures from the Slavic world. Among the languages and literatures taught regularly in our department are Czech, Polish, Russian, and Serbian/Croatian. 
The Slavic Unit offers academic programs for both undergraduates (majors in Polish and Russian) and graduate students (MA/PhD in Slavic), and works with other campus units in a variety of related centers and programs.
In addition to teaching, the Department is active in research and scholarly writing in a number of fields, including literary and cultural studies, language pedagogy, comparative literature, gender and women’s studies, drama and theatre. Our faculty is diverse in its interests and approaches as well as accessible and "user-friendly" in its interpersonal dealings. 
We welcome you to our website and encourage you to explore it and, even better, to come see us in our classrooms and in our department corridors on the fourteenth floor of Van Hise Hall.

As of 1 July 2016, the Departments of German, Scandinavian Studies, and Slavic Languages and Literature have merged into the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic (GNS), as part of a broader university mandate to bring together departments that can combine their strengths and share their best practices.

German, Scandinavian, and Slavic degree programs, alumni relations, and outreach events will continue to exist independently under the Department of GNS. We are in the process of creating a new website that reflects this all. In the meantime, you can access the web sites at German, Nordic, Slavic.

GNS is located in Van Hise Hall, on floors 8, 13 and 14.  The Departmental office is on floor 8, in room 818.  The Graduate office is on Floor 14, room 1432 and the Undergraduate  office is on floor 13, room 1306.

The Slavic Unit offers instruction over a broad range of languages, literatures and cultures from the Slavic world. Among the languages and literatures taught regularly in our department are Czech, Polish, Russian, and Serbian/Croatian

The Slavic Unit offers academic programs for both undergraduates (majors in Polish and Russian) and graduate students (MA/PhD in Slavic), and works with other campus units in a variety of related centers and programs.

In addition to teaching, the Department is active in research and scholarly writing in a number of fields, including literary and cultural studies, language pedagogy, comparative literature, gender and women’s studies, drama and theatre. Our faculty is diverse in its interests and approaches as well as accessible and "user-friendly" in its interpersonal dealings. 

We welcome you to our website and encourage you to explore it and, even better, to come see us in our classrooms and in our department corridors on the fourteenth floor of Van Hise Hall.