University of Sheffield
Russian and Slavonic Studies
The MPhil and PhD both involve the writing of a thesis under the supervision; although the department supervises research projects based in the core areas of Russian and Slavonic studies; many graduate students are not speakers of Slavonic languages and pursue multi-disciplinary projects; this is especially true in the case of students attached to the Bakhtin Centre.
Good Honours degree in Russian, Czech or Polish (or international equivalent) or, in the case of research in the Bakhtin Centre, an appropriate discipline; Master's in an appropriate discipline.
Research areas include: Russian literature, culture, art and critical theory; 19th-century Russian literature; 20th-century Russian literature, drama and culture; Bakhtin studies; Russian visual art; Russian intellectual history; Slavonic languages and linguistics; Russian, Czech and Polish linguistics; historical and modern applied linguistics (teaching methodology, translation studies); Slavonic philogy.
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|Main Site||Sheffield||S10 2TN||Yorkshire and the Humber|
School of Modern Languages and Linguistics
0114 222 4888