ØST, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in pre-Soviet, Soviet and post-Soviet times (E23)

Course content

Lectures and seminars with discussions

 

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding of

  • a significant historical, cultural, linguistic or social theme within the region comprising Eastern Europe
  • academic terminology and theoretical approaches to this theme

 

Skills in

  • formulating an academically relevant issue
  • identifying and applying relevant sources and secondary literature
  • adopting an analytical and critical approach to the sources used and to secondary literature
  • producing an independent analysis of the issue in writing

 

Competencies in

  • using the relevant academic terminology in an extensive analysis
  • communicating the analysis in a coherent, written presentation
Education

Curriculum for the Bachelor's programme in Eastern Europe studies, 2019 Curriculum

Curriculum for the elective studies in Eastern European Studies The 2019 Curriculum

Curriculum for Master's programme in Eastern European Studies, the 2021 Curriculum

Curriculum for the elective Master's programme in Eastern European Studies, the 2019 Curriculum

Curriculum for the minor subjects in russian Master's programme, the 2019 and 2021 Curriculum

 

Learning outcome

BA Østeuropastudier 2019-studieordning:
Valgfrit emne Russisk (aktivitetskode HRUB01351E)
BA-projekt Russisk (aktivitetskode HRUB01361E)
Valgfrit emne - Balkanstudier (aktivitetskode HBAB01351E)
Valgfrit emne - Polsk (aktivitetskode HPLB01351E)

BA-tilvalg i Østeuropastudier 2019-studieordning:
Valgfrit emne A (aktivitetskode HØEB10171E)
Valgfrit emne B (aktivitetskode HØEB10181E)

KA Østeruopastudier 2021-studieordning:
Fordybelsesemne – Rusland (aktivitetskode HRUK03431E)
Særligt studeret emne - Rusland (aktivitetskode HRUK03471E)
Fordybelsesemne – Polen (aktivitetskode HPLK03431E)
Særligt studeret emne - Polen (aktivitetskode HPLK03471E)
Fordybelsesemne – Balkan (aktivitetskode HBAK03431E)
Særligt studeret emne - Balkan (aktivitetskode HBAK03471E)

KA Østeuropastudier 2019-studieordning:
Fordybelsesemne – Rusland (aktivitetskode HRUK03551E)
Særligt studeret emne – Rusland (aktivitetskode HRUK03591E)
Fordybelsesemne – Polen (aktivitetskode HPLK03551E)
Særligt studeret emne – Polen (aktivitetskode HPLK03591E)
Fordybelsesemne – Balkan (aktivitetskode HBAK03551E)
Særligt studeret emne - Balkan (aktivitetskode HBAK03591E)

KA-tilvalg Østeuropastudier 2019-studieordning:
Fordybelsesemne (aktivitetskode HØEK13551E)
Særligt studeret emne A (aktivitetskode HØEK13591E)
Særligt studeret emne B (aktivitetskode HØEK13592E)
Særligt studeret emne C (aktivitetskode HØEK13593E)

KA-sidefag i russisk 2019-studieordning:
Særligt studeret emne - Rusland (aktivitetskode HRUK03471E)

Exchange students BA level:
Individually Studied Topic A (activity code HØEB10171E)

Exchange students MA level:
Individually Studied Topic A (activity code HØEK13591E)

 

Lectures, discussions, student presentations

To be announced in Absalon

Written
Oral
Continuous feedback during the course of the semester
Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)
ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Exam registration requirements

Curriculum in Danish:

https://hum.ku.dk/uddannelser/aktuelle_studieordninger/oesteuropastudier/

ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Criteria for exam assessment

Academic targets:
At the examination, the student can demonstrate:

Knowledge and understanding of

  • a specifically studied topic within East European literature, history, society or culture.

 

Skills in

  • carrying out a systematic literature search for the chosen topic and assessing the quality and views of the literature found 
  • analysing sources
  • adopting a critical approach to both sources and secondary literature
  • using terminology and research methodology appropriate for the topic chosen
  • writing a well-structured presentation of the subject matter based on a clearly formulated issue.

 

Competencies in

• processing complex material with a view to understanding correlations and solving problems within the subject area studied
• communicating complex contexts in good and nuanced Danish or English.

Syllabus:


The student compiles his/her own syllabus of at least 1,200 standard pages. The syllabus must be approved by the examiner. See deadlines and rules for the submission of the syllabus to the Student Counselling Centre under Examination - Find time and place and Examination - Type of examination and rules -  Syllabus.

Teaching and working methods:


Seminar, class instruction or individual supervision. 

Exam provisions:

Form of exam: Take-home assignment, optional subject.

Scope: 16-20 standard pages.

Assessment: Internal exam with a single examiner with assessment based on the 7-point grading scale.

Regulations for group exams: The exam can only be taken individually.

Exam language(s): Danish or English.

Permitted exam aids: All.

Make-up exam/resit: Conducted in the same manner as the ordinary exam.

Special provisions: The topic for the take-home assignment must be approved by the examiner.

ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Criteria for exam assessment

Academic targets

At the examination, the student can demonstrate:

Knowledge and understanding of

  • a significant historical, cultural, linguistic or social theme within the region comprising Eastern Europe
  • academic terminology and theoretical approaches to this theme

 

Skills in

  • formulating an academically relevant issue
  • identifying and applying relevant sources and secondary literature
  • adopting an analytical and critical approach to the sources used and to secondary literature
  • producing an independent analysis of the issue in writing

 

Competencies in

  • using the relevant academic terminology in an extensive analysis
  • communicating the analysis in a coherent, written presentation

 

Syllabus

The student compiles his/her own syllabus of at least 1,500 standard pages. The syllabus must be approved by the examiner. See deadlines and rules for the submission of the syllabus to the Student Counselling Centre under Examination - Find time and place and Examination -Type of examination and rules - Syllabus.

 

Teaching and working methods

Lectures and seminars with discussion.

 

Exam provisions

Form of exam: Take-home assignment, optional subject.

Scope: 21-25 pages.

Assessment: Internal exam by a single examiner with assessment based on the 7-point grading scale.

Regulations for group exams: The exam can only be taken individually.

Exam language(s): Danish or English.

Permitted exam aids: All.

Make-up exam/resit: Conducted in the same manner as the ordinary exam.

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Lectures
  • 84
  • Preparation
  • 328,5
  • English
  • 412,5

Kursusinformation

Language
English
Course number
HØEK0122EU
ECTS
See exam description
Programme level
Bachelor
Bachelor choice
Bachelor’s minor subject
Full Degree Master
Full Degree Master choice
Duration

1 semester

Placement
Autumn
Schedulegroup
See link below
Studyboard
Study Board of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
Contracting department
  • Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
Contracting faculty
  • Faculty of Humanities
Course Coordinator
  • Jon Reinhardt-Larsen   (3-6d756f436b7870316e7831676e)
Teacher

Jon Reinhardt-Larsen, jrl@hum.ku.dk

Saved on the 28-08-2023

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