Current Courses

For a complete list of departmental course offerings, please refer to the Undergraduate Bulletin.

FALL 2015:

CHINESE (CHI)

101. First-year Chinese I. (2 sections) (5h) Emphasizes the development of listening and speaking skills in Mandarin. Introduces the writing system and basic sentence patterns.
Section A: CRN 84373, M-F, 10:00-10:50, CARS 016; Instructor: F. Hu
Section B: CRN 84372, M-F, 1:00-1:50, CARS 014; Instructor: F. Hu

153. Second-year Chinese I. (2 sections) (5h) Study in grammar, reading, conversation, and composition. P—CHI 102 or equivalent. 

Section A: CRN 84374, M-W-F, 11:00-11:50, CARS 014; Instructor: F. Li
Section B: CRN 88032, M-W-F, 12:00-12:50, CARS 017; Instructor: F. Li

220. Third-year Chinese I. (3h) Integrates speaking, reading, and writing skills with emphasis on written and audiovisual source. P—CHI 201 or POI.
CRN 85330, M-W-F, 2:00-2:50, CARS 107, Instructor: F. Hu

231. Fourth-year Chinese I. (3h) Continuation of CHI 230, with emphasis on advanced reading and writing. P—CHI 230 or POI. 

CRN 85331, M-W-F, 2:00-2:50, CARS 016, Instructor: F. Li

296. Chinese Across the Curriculum. (1h) Coursework in Chinese done as an adjunct to specially designated courses throughout the college curriculum. P—POI.
CRN 91416, TH, 3:00-3:50, CARS 014, Y. Shi


EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES (EAL)

219. Major Work of Japanese Literature. (3h) Major works of poetry, drama, and fiction from the classical and modern periods. Also listed as HMN 219. (CD, D)
CRN 91457, TR, 2:00-3:15, CARS 019, N. Albertson

221. Themes in Chinese Literature. (3h) Readings and discussions in fiction, drama, and poetry from the traditional and/or modern periods. Also listed as HMN 221. (CD, D)
CRN 88010, TR, 2:00-3:15, CARS 014, Instructor: Y. Shi

231. Early 20th Century Chinese Modernist Practices. (3h) Explores various Chinese modernist experiments in literature and the arts in the first half of the 20th century. Also listed as HMN 257. (CD)
CRN 92531, TU, 9:30-10:45, CARS 014, Y. Shi

375. Senior Research Seminar. (3h) Capstone research project required of graduating majors. P—CHI 296 or JPN 296 and EAL 275.
CRN 87437, TR, 3:30-4:45, CARS 014, Instructor: N. Albertson


JAPANESE (JPN)

101. First-year Japanese I. (5h) Emphasizes the development of listening and speaking skills. Introduction to the writing systems. Basic sentence patterns covered. 

CRN 84376, M-F, 1:00-1:50, Monday CARS 016, Tuesday-Friday CARS 019, Instructor: Y. Takata-Rallings


153. Second-year Japanese I. (5h) Study in grammar, reading, conversation, and composition. P—JPN 102 or equivalent. 

CRN 84377, M-F 11:00-11:50, CARS 016, Instructor: Y. Takata-Rallings

220. Third-year Japanese I. (3h) Integrates speaking, reading, and writing skills with emphasis on written and audiovisual. P—JPN 201 or POI. 

CRN 85336, M-W-F 2:00-2:50, CARS 014, Instructor: Y. Takata-Rallings

296. Japanese Across the Curriculum. (1h) Coursework in Japanese done as an adjunct to specially designated courses throughout the college curriculum. P—POI.
CRN 90831, TBA, Y. Takata-Rallings


EAST ASIAN STUDIES ELECTIVES GROUP ONE HUMANITIES (HMN)

219. Major Work of Japanese Literature. (3h) Major works of poetry, drama, and fiction from the classical and modern periods. Also listed as EAL 219. (CD, D)
CRN 91457, TR, 2:00-3:15, CARS 019, N. Albertson

221. Themes in Chinese Literature. (3h) Readings and discussions in fiction, drama, and poetry from the traditional and/or modern periods. Also listed as EAL 221. (CD, D)
CRN 88010, TR, 2:00-3:15, CARS 014, Instructor: Y. Shi

257. Early 20th Century Chinese Modernist Practices. (3h) Explores various Chinese modernist experiments in literature and the arts in the first half of the 20th century. Also listed as EAL 257. (CD)
CRN 92531, TU, 9:30-10:45, CARS 014, Y. Shi


EAST ASIAN STUDIES ELECTIVES GROUP TWO: ART, PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION

REL 381. Zen Buddhism. (3h) Examines the origins and development of Zen Buddhism from China (Ch’an) to Japan and contemporary America. Attention is given to Zen doctrine and practice in the context of the broader Buddhist tradition. (CD)
TR, 11:00-12:15, WING 206, J. Ford

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