Ukrainian Studies

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Slavic 218Y, Ukrainian Literature and Culture, 2013–2014

Class meets Tuesdays 2:00–4:00 PM in Alunmni Hall Rm 206

Instructor:Maxim Tarnawsky121 St. Joseph St. Alumni Hall 403 416 926-1300 x3338FAX 416-926-2076

Schedule of Reports - Spring Semester

Schedule of assignments - Fall Semester
Wk # Date Student and Topic
1Jan 7 No class
2 Jan 14 No reports
3Jan 21 ____________________________________________
4Jan 28 ____________________________________________
5Feb 4 ____________________________________________
6Feb 11 Kateryna Mergut. Mykhailo Kotsiubynsky Fata Morgana
7Feb 25 Michael Lahoda. Lesya Ukrainka. Cassandra
8Mar 4 Lesia Rudko.
Oleksandr Udovyk. Yuriy Shcherbak. Chernobyl
9Mar 11 Kateryna Sahan.
10Mar 18 Tamara Zayachkowski. Oles Honchar. The Shore of Love.
11Mar 25 Tamara Zayachkowski. Oles Honchar. The Shore of Love.
12Apr 1 No reports

Every student must prepare an oral report to be presented in class. Choose one of the works below (or, if you would like to choose a different work, consult the instructor) and prepare a 10-15 minute class presentation. Bear in mind that other students have not read the work and therefore your presentation should begin with a basic description and then proceed to a brief analysis and / or evaluation.

SLA 218Y InformationAbout SLA 218Y
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