The department of Russian and Slavonic Studies contributes to the following taught MPhil courses: MPhil. in Literary Translation, MPhil in Comparative Literature, MPhil in European Studies and the MPhil in Textual and Visual Studies. Students seeking to complete a postgraduate research degree in the Department of Russian may take an MLitt or PhD. by research.
For general enquiries about postgraduate admissions, please contact Graduate Studies.
Further information about doing a research degree in TCD is available here.
Past Theses Completed in the Department
- Teaching Russian as a Transition Year Module in the Irish Post-Primary Sector, Svetlana Ilyin, (M.Ed. 2015)
- Multilingual Ireland: The Experiences of a Group of Russian-Speaking students in the Irish Education System, Siobhan McNamara, (M.Ed. 2013)
- Americanization and the Role of Cinema in Shaping Early Soviet Culture, Marina Levitina, (PhD, 2011)
- Family and Migration: The Intergenerational Transmission of Culture, Language and Cultural Identification in Russian-Speaking Families in the Republic of Ireland, Svetlana Eriksson, (PhD, 2011)
- The Labyrinth and the Wasteland: The Spatial Coordinates of the German Image in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature, Joshua S. Walker, (PhD, 2011)
- Designing a Syllabus for Transition Year Russian, Charlotte Lary, (M.Litt. 2009)
- A Study of Ivan Bunin’s Enlightenment through his Travel Writings, Weiming Liu, (M.Litt, 2008)