Pre-requisites: RUS123-124 or RUS309-310

Co-requisites: RUS350, RUS351

Aims/Description: Students are introduced to key aspects of Polish culture through a programme of reading in both English and Polish. Regular classroom work will develop their vocabulary and reading ability in the language, while additional reading and individual work in English will develop their knowledge of Polish society, history and high culture.

Staff Contact: Dr J Kowalska
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Presentations and portfolio of work on individual texts

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