The degrees open to postgraduate candidates in the Department of Russian are the M.Litt and the Ph.D. by research, in accordance with the general regulations as set out in the University's Graduate Prospectus. For more information please visit the Graduate Studies web pages. The department of Russian and Slavonic Studies contributes to the following taught M.Phil course: M.Phil. in Literary Translation and the M. Phil in Comparative Literature .
Application is made through the Graduate Studies Office, but informal contact with the Department is strongly encouraged in order to establish the suitability of the candidate, the feasibility of the proposed topic and the nomination of a supervisor.
Some Recent Dissertation Topics for the Ph.D. and M.Litt:
'Lost Letters: Translating Milan Kundera's Czech Fiction' (PhD, 2002)
'The Scamander Group: The Poets and Their Poetry, 1918-1929' (PhD, 2002)
'Formalism and Parody in Bruno Schulz' (PhD, 2002)
''Towards the Restored Innocence of the Creative Image: Anti-aestheticism in the Works of Larionov and Khlebnikov' (MLitt, 2003).
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