The online learning and testing system for upper-intermediate and advanced learners of Russian (B2–C1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) provides students with essential support in the acquisition of new language competencies and skills and in mastering the existing ones. The project is the first stage in the development of a comprehensive online training course in Russian grammar. The scope of this project stage is acute learning problems in one area of the Russian grammar, namely, the syntax of the simple sentence.
The rise of nationalism is one of the most prominent and worrying phenomena in modern Russian culture, impacting on diplomatic and trade relations, attitudes to foreigners and migrants, on education, and on cultural politics.
The Slavonic Research Seminar runs most weeks during term, and brings together researchers from the Sub-Faculty of Slavonic Languages and Literatures, and the broader Slavonic studies community from across the University (including colleagues from History
Centres and Collaborations
The Besterman Centre for the Enlightenment is a new and fast-expanding research centre with an annual programme of lectures, seminars and conferences on every aspect of the Enlightenment and the Eighteenth Century - from debates about tolerance and freedo