Brigham Young University. Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages
- Existence: 1982-2014
The Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages had its beginnings in the fall of 1964 when Russian Studies became part of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Brigham Young University. The Program now offers training in Russian, German, and many of the Slavic languages of Eastern Europe, including Polish, Bulgarian, Serbian and Ukrainian. The department concentrates on all aspects of communication, with particular attention paid to colloquial speech, effective writing, and listening skills. Students become experienced in Russian culture, literature, and the structure of the Russian language. Recent changes in the political and economic structure of Russia have made the Russian language a valuable tool in many researching fields, international business and law, for studies in politics, economics, sociology and history.
CitationSophie, via WWW, July 12, 2012: about (Brigham Young University Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages)
Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages home page, July 12, 2012 (Brigham Young University, Humanities, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages)
BYU Organizational History website, via WWW, July 16, 2014 (Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages; est. 1982, previously Dept. of Germanic Languages and Dept. of Asian and Slavic Languages; renamed Dept. of German and Russian, 2014)
Brigham Young University Faculty Center website, via WWW, July 16, 2014 (Department of German Studies and Slavic Languages)
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Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1049
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of four series: Correspondence, 1978-1990; American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages (AATSEEL), 1983-1989; American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR), 1988-1991; and General Department Files, 1978-1991. The Correspondence files cover the time period from 1978-1990 and contain mainly letters and memos sent and received by Dr. Donald K. Jarvis. The AATSEEL and ACTR files are also letters and memos between the two corresponding...