Patricia Krafcik


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B.A., Russian, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1971; M.A., Russian Literature, Columbia University, 1975; Ph.D., Russian Literature, Columbia University, 1980.

Expertise: Russian language and literature

Interests: Russian language and literature, Russian and Slavic folklore and mythology, Russian folk music, classical music, Orthodox Christianity, Russian and Slavic history and culture, Slavic ethnicity and ethnic experience, Russian and Slavic studies

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Contact Information

Office
Sem II A-2110
Phone
(360) 867-6491
Email
krafcikp

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2015-16 Madness and Creativity: The Psychological Link
Fall and Winter
2015-16 Stalin: Legacy in Stone, Steel, and Blood
Spring
2014-15 Russia and the Forging of Empires: Vikings, Mongols and Slavs
Fall
2014-15 Russia Falls, the Soviet Union Rises: Imperial Beauty, Turmoil and Tragedy
Winter
2014-15 The Soviet Union and the Rebirth of Russia: Stalin, Gorbachev and Putin
Spring
2013-14 Madness and Creativity: The Psychological Link
Fall and Winter
2012-13 Individual Study: Russian/Slavic Literatures; Russian and Slavic Folklore; Eastern/Western Christianity Studies; Music Studies
Winter
2012-13 Russia and Eurasia: Empires and Enduring Legacies
Fall, Winter and Spring