Russian Language Journal, BYU, students, academic study
On behalf of the editorial team of the Russian Language Journal, it is with great pleasure that we present Volume 64. The current issue of RLJ sees an expansion of our reinstated section of reviews, under Professor Michael Gorham’s editorship, as well as a special section, Humanities+, edited by Dr. Tony Brown of Brigham Young University, on the excellent joint Symposium held there this past January by the Russian State University for the Humanities and BYU. His summary appears next; as a participant in the symposium, I can report that the papers collected here present the symposium’s thought-provoking perspective on the curricular requirements of the 21st century, and the opportunities now before the Russian field to better prepare our students for the wider world, including further academic study.
"Introduction to Volume 64,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 64:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol64/iss1/1