'Range and Strength' Offered by Summer Russian Courses

A Russian and Slavic Studies program of "extraordinary range and strength" will highlight this year's Summer School offerings, Thomas E. Crooks '49, assistant director of the School, stated yesterday.

Related courses in philosophy, history, government, literature and music, as well as language courses have been drawn together in the broadened program, he explained. One of the new courses, covering Russian thought from Ivan the Terrible to Pasternak, will be given by James H. Billington, assistant professor of History. A modern Russian literature course will be conducted by Vsevolod Setschkareff, associate professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures.

Milos M. Velimorovic, of Yale University, will instruct a course in the history of 19th century Russian music.

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