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Caucasus Studies

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Caucasus Studies includes a range of courses with a focus on the Caucasus region. All courses are offered online with instruction in English. There are no mandatory lectures on campus.

APPLY ONLINE FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER 2017
– September 15–October 15

Late applications will be processed with consideration taken to time available and if there are vacancies at the course concerned

CAUCASUS STUDIES I – Info & application

Caucasus Studies I,  IM112L   (offered every semester)
Schedule: Fall 2016


Caucasus studies I (1-30 higher education credits, full time) includes the following four course modules, each 7,5 higher educaton credits (syllabus, click here):

First part of the semester Second part of the semester
Introduction to Caucasus Studies History of the Caucasus

A language of the Caucasus 
(choose between beginner's Georgian and Russian
in the Spring of 2016, Fall of 2016)

Post-Soviet developments in the Caucasus

CAUCASUS STUDIES II –  Info & Application

Caucasus Studies II  IM113L  
Schedule: Fall 2016

Caucasus studies II (31-60 higher education credits) scheduled for the spring of 2017. You will find the syllabus and other details here.

First part of the semester Second part of the semester
State and nation building in the Caucasus Conflicts and conflict resolution in the Caucasus
Peoples and languages in the Caucasus The Caucasus region: causes and consequences of migration

(or Georgian 1, part 2)

CAUCASUS FIELD AND CASE STUDIES  – Info & application (offered in the spring)
Schedule: Spring 2016

This is a course for students who wish to combine theoretical knowledge on the Caucasus region with an individual field or case study. (1-30 higher education credits, full time)

First part of the semester

Second part of the semester
– Background and Thematic Readings
– Field and case study methodology
 
– Field study and report 

Post-Soviet Caucasus: Politics, Civil Society, Economy   IM231L  
(not offered in  2016/2017)

You will find the syllabus and other details  here.

First part of the semester Second part of the semester
Introduction to Caucasus Studies Post-Soviet developments in the Caucasus

Other Caucasus-related course offerings

 
Chechen IM227L higher education credits. Not offered in 2016/7.
Georgian I, 1-15 higher education credits (Download folder, link)
Georgian II, 16-30 higher education credits

Ryska I (1-15 hiher education credits (Russian online with instruction in Swedish)

Ryska II (16-30 hiher education credits (Russian online with instruction in Swedish)

Last updated by Karina Vamling