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Georgetown University Press will be exhibiting in AATSEEL's exhibit hall from February 17-20, 2022.

We invite you to browse our applied linguistic titles and Russian textbooks, available to purchase at a 30% DISCOUNT when you use code TZRM on our Press website (does not apply to textbooks). This offer ends on March 20, 2022.

We are excited to have you join us! 


The Art of Teaching Russian offers practitioners current research, pedagogical thinking, and specific methodologies for teaching the Russian language and culture in the twenty-first century. With contributions from the leading professionals in the field, this collection covers the most important aspects of teaching the Russian language.
Second-Year Russian Language and Culture

Evgeny Dengub and Susanna Nazarova

Etazhi uses the communicative approach to advance student's Russian proficiency from the Novice High / Intermediate Low level of the ACTFL scale to an Intermediate Mid / Intermediate High level. Designed for one academic year of instruction, Etazhi engages students with highly relevant topics to internalize new vocabulary, expand their grammatical reach, and deepen their cultural understanding of Russian speakers.
Advanced Russian Language and Culture

Olga M. Mesropova

Faces of Contemporary Russia is a one-semester textbook for high-intermediate to advanced level Russian students that aims to develop students' linguistic proficiency by examining significant personalities in current Russian culture. In addition to introductory and concluding chapters, the book features twelve individuals (one per chapter), drawing from a range of areas such as arts, sports, journalism, and business. 


Benjamin Rifkin, Evgeny Dengub, and Susanna Nazarova
Panorama with Website moves intermediate-level students of Russian toward advanced proficiency by engaging them in a systematic and comprehensive approach to Russian grammar with texts from a variety of genres, including proverbs and sayings to immerse students in Russian culture. The accompanying companion website-included with the book-offers fully integrated exercises to use alongside the text.

Irina Dubinina and Olesya Kisselev

Rodnaya rech' with website, an introductory textbook for heritage learners, addresses the unique needs of students who have at least intermediate-level listening and speaking skills on the ACTFL scale but who have underdeveloped or nonexistent literacy skills. With an emphasis on conceptual understanding of vocabulary and grammar, Rodnaya rech' builds students' literacy skills and teaches them to strategically use the linguistic intuition they have gained as heritage speakers while strengthening all four skill areas. The accompanying companion website-included with the book-offers fully integrated exercises to use alongside the text.
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