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01:565:483 From Text to Image in Japanese Art

(Cross-Listed with 01:082:483:01)

Description: Explores the profound influence of classical literature on the arts of Japan, especially painting. Analysis of the historical and literary meaning of the literary works; investigation of the fusion of text and image.

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Prerequisites: None

01:574:420 Traditional Korean Poetry: Sijo

Description: The course examines one of the most prominent and enduring poetic forms of traditional Korea, sijo. Sijo, a three-line verse form written to be performed in a musical setting, emerged in the latter part of the Koryo dynast (918-1392), flourished through the Choson dynasty (1392-1910), and has transformed itself into contemporary forms. Explore the unique structural and thematic properties of sijo through the lens of the language, religion and culture of Korea.

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16:165:532 Chinese Poetry and Poetics

Description: Major Chinese poets, poetic forms, and schools of poetic criticism from earliest times to the end of the 19th century.

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Prerequisites: None 

16:217:593 Independent Study in East Asian Languages and Cultures

Description: Supervised independent reading and study of a topic selected by the student and approved by the instructor.

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16:217:505 Academic Writing in East Asian Studies

Description: This course focuses on the organization of arguments, paragraph development, sentence structures, and research mechanics. You will also learn higher-level skills of summarizing, critiquing, & synthesizing of sources as the course culminates in an argumentative synthesis paper utilizing at least ten sources.

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New Brunswick, NJ 08901


Phone: 732-932-7605
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E-mail: Susan Humphrey, Program Coordinator