The study of Russian language, literature, and culture, together with history and comparative literature, offers new and challenging perspectives on an area of the world that has long fascinated foreigners and continues to be a significant participant in the world community.
Russian Studies is one of a number of Wooster's interdisciplinary majors, along with Comparative Literature, East Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, South Asian Studies, International Relations, and Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. These programs allow students to develop language ability along with diverse academic and professional interests in anthropology, business, economics, history, a third language, law, literature, political science, the sciences, and sociology.
Once a week, professors, students, and native Russian speakers from the community come together for an evening gathering in the Russian House. At Russian Tea, students might find themselves singing along to music, watching Russian videos, discussing literature, films, or playing games. But whatever is planned for the night, there is a heaping plate of cookies and some fresh Russian tea. Also, come join us on Wednesdays at noon in Lowry 247/248 for Russian Table. Learn More »
Students Arielle Neu, William Burkhart, Kellen Safreed, Mary Russell, and Daniel Fivenson swept the recent Undergraduate Olympiada of Spoken Russian at OSU. Learn More »
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1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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