Ukrainian Studies

University of Toronto

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Ukrainian Courses in the Slavic Department

Significant changes in our course offerings are planned for 2003-4.
SLA 108, the elementary language course will be offered as a night course, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 - 8 PM.
SLA 308, the advanced language course will not be offered.
200-level literature courses will now be offered in the afternoon.
These Ukrainian Language courses are offered every year:
SLA 108YElementary Ukrainian
SLA 208YIntermediate Ukrainian
These Language courses are offered on an irregular schedule
SLA 308YAdvanced Ukrainian
SLA 438HStyle and Structure of Ukrainian
SLA 439HHistory of the Ukrainian Language
SLA 458HUkrainian for the 21st century
SLA 468HAspects of Literary Translation of Ukrainian

Undergraduate Literature courses are offered on a rotating basis:
SLA 218YUkrainian Literature and CultureM. Tarnawsky2003-2004
SLA 228FSoviet Ukrainian Fiction in TranslationM. TarnawskyTBA
SLA 238SThe Ukrainian Canadian ExperienceM. Tarnawsky2004-2005
SLA 248FWomen and Women's Themes in Ukrainian LiteratureM. Tarnawsky2003-2004 Fall
SLA 408FThe Ukrainian Short Story
SLA 418SUkrainian Drama
SLA 419YUkrainian Poetry
SLA 428The Ukrainian NovelM. Tarnawsky
SLA 429HTaras ShevchenkoM. Tarnawsky
SLA 448HLiterature of the 17 & 18th CenturiesM. Tarnawsky

Graduate Literature Courses
SLA 1402Studies in Ukrainian Modernism M. Tarnawsky 2003-2004
SLA 1403Studies in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature
SLA 1404Studies in Ukrainian Poets
SLA 1405Experiments in Ukrainian ProseM. Tarnawsky
SLA 1406Studies in Ukrainian Literary CriticismM. Tarnawsky2004-2005
SLA 1407Aspects of Literary Translation of UkrainianKoznarsky/Tarnawsky

For more information, contact one of the Ukrainian instructors:

Maxim Tarnawsky Taras Koznarsky
Alumni Hall, Rm 403Alumni Hall, Rm 417
416-926-1300 x3338 416-926-1300 x3236

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