Asian Studies Course List, Spring 2012

Asian Studies Course List, Spring 2012

This is the list of all courses approved for the area studies component of the East Asian Languages and Area Studies major and the Asian Studies minor, being offered for the Spring Semester of 2012. Note that many of these courses are offered by other departments. For the most detailed and recent information relating to those courses, you should contact that department. Click on the department name to visit their website.

Campus Key:
BC - Busch Campus CAC - College Avenue Campus
D/C - Douglass/Cook Campus      LC - Livingston Campus

Anthropology 01:070


01:070:248 Anthropology of China

Section 01:

TTh5 D/C Cornue
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Art History 01:082


01:082:109 East Asian Art

Section 01:

MW4

CAC

Howard

01:082:324 Japanese Painting

Section 01:

MW5

CAC

Howard
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Asian Studies 01:098


01:098:245 Global East Asia

Credit not given for this course & 214:245, or 214:242

Cross listed with 01:214:245

Section 01:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 02:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 03:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 04:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 05:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 07:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 08:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 09:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

01:098:262 Asian American Experience

Section 01:

MW4

CAC

Staff

01:098:444 Seminar on Asian Societies

Section 01:

MW4

CAC

Staff
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Chinese 01:165


01:165:111 Chinese Calligraphy I

Section 01:

TW3*

CAC

Staff

Section 02:

TW2*

CAC

Staff

01:165:112 Chinese Calligraphy II

Section 01:

TW3*

CAC

Staff

01:165:220 Chinese Classics and Thought: Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism

Section 01:

TF3

CAC

Staff

01:165:242 Chinese Literature in Translation II: Popular Fiction and Drama

Section 01:

MTh2

CAC

Staff

01:165:262 The Chinese Cinema

Section 01:

W7,8

D/C

Staff
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Chinese Studies 01:170


01:170:328 Topics in Modern Chinese Literature and Film

Section 01:

T3,4

CAC

Song

01:170:442 Confucianism, Neo-Confucianism and New Confucianism

Section 01:

TTh4

CAC

Staff
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East Asian Languages and Area Studies 01:214


01:098:245 Global East Asia

Credit not given for this course & 098:245, or 214:242

Cross listed with 01:098:245:01

Section 01:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 02:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 03:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 04:

MWTh2

CAC

Schalow

Section 05:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 07:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 08:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

Section 09:

MTh2/W3

CAC

Schalow

01:214:310 Writing and Literacy in East Asia

Section 01:

MW5

CAC

Cho
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History: African, Asian, and Latin American 01:508


01:508:242 Modern East Asia

Section 01:

MW5

CAC

Lee, Su

01:508:352 Japan's Rise to World Power

Section 01:

TF2

CAC

Roden
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Japanese 01:565


01:565:320 The Samurai Tradition in Japanese Literature and Film

Section 01:

MTh3

CAC

Schalow

01:565:360 Japanese Women Writers

Section 01:

TTh4

CAC

Tamura

01:565:380 Contemporary Japanese Literature and Film

Section 01:

MW5

CAC

Saito
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Korean 01:574


01:574:221 Korean Literature in Translation II

Section 01:

W7,8

CAC S. Kim

01:574:250 Korean Language in Culture and Society

Section 01:

MW4

CAC

Cho
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Philosophy 01:730


01:730:470 Buddhist Philosophy

Section 01:

Th1,2

D/C Jiang
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Religion 01:840

01:840:211 Religions of the Eastern World

Section 01:

W2M4

CAC

Myladil

Section 02:

W2M5

CAC

Myladil

Section 03:

W2Th4

CAC/DC

Selover

Section 04:

W2M3

CAC/DC

Birkenholtz

01:840:324 Chinese Religions

Cross listed with 730:368

Section 01:

W5,6

D/C

Selover
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