Academics: Graduate Program / Fall 2014 Courses

Course # Title Instructor Location Time
AMES 89S** First Year Seminar: Audiovisualities Hong, Guo-Juin TBA T 1:40-4:10pm
AMES 272S, LIT 239S Korean Literature in Translation: Local and Global Connections Kwon, Nayoung Aimee Trent 038A T 1:25-3:55pm
AMES 361/AMES 561, AMI 260 Anime: Origins, Forms, and Mutations Chow, Eileen TBA W 3:05-5:35pm
AMES 415S, LIT 415S, CULANTH 415S, AMI 415S, VMI 416S, ICS 415S, WOMENST 415S Interethnic Intimacies: Production and Consumption Kwon, Nayoung Aimee Trent 038A Th 1:25-3:55pm
AMES 463S/AMES 563S Nightmare Japan Ching, Leo West Duke 108A M 1:25-3:55pm
AMES 533 Traffic in Women: Cultural Perspectives on Prostitution in Modern China Rojas, Carlos Bivins 109, Carr 136 M 3:05-5:35pm, T 7:30-9:45pm
AMES 605, CULANTH 605, LIT 571 East Asian Cultural Studies Ching, Leo TBA W 1:25-3:55pm
AMES 738 Theories of Minority Discourse Rojas, Carlos West Duke 108A, Carr 106 TTh 1:25-2:40pm, M 7:30-9:45pm
ARTHIST 89S** First Year Seminar: Chinese Sculpture in the Modern World Abe, Stanley East Duke 204A Th 10:05am-12:35pm
ARTHIST 232 Japanese Art: 1600-Present Weisenfeld, Gennifer East Duke 108 TTh 10:05-11:20am
ARTHIST 378 Chinese Buddhist Art Abe, Stanley East Duke 108 WF 10:05-11:20am
CHINESE 101 First Year Chinese I He, Tianshu / Staff See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 131 Literacy in Chinese I Wang, Dan / Cai, Jie See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 203 Intermediate Chinese I Liu Yan / Hsieh, Chi-Ju / Staff See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 305 Advanced Intermediate Chinese Wang, Dan See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 333 Advanced Literacy in Chinese Liu, Yan / He, Tianshu See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 334 Issues in Modern Chinese Hsieh, Chi-Ju Gray 319 WF 3:05-4:45pm
CHINESE 407S Issues in Chinese Language and Society I Lee, Kun Shan Carolyn Trent 038B TTh 3:05-4:45pm
CHINESE 435S Selected Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature I Cai, Jie TBA TTh 3:05-4:45pm
CHINESE 455 Modern Chinese Culture: Narratives of Home and Abroad Chow, Eileen Trent 038A M 3:05-5:35pm
CULANTH 290-01 Anthropology of Death and Dying Allison, Anne Friedl 204 TTh 10:05-11:20am
CULANTH 419S Global Environmentalism and the Politics of Nature Litzinger, Ralph Friedl 204 F 3:05-5:35pm
CULANTH 590S-01 Ethnography of China Litzinger, Ralph Friedl 204 Th 6:15-8:45pm
GLHLTH 220S, CULANTH 218S Anthropology and Global Health Solomon, Harris Carr 241 W 3:05-5:35pm
HISTORY 184S** Gateway Seminar: China at War Barnes, Nicole Allen 304I TTh 7:30-8:45pm
HISTORY 223, AMES 238 Survey of Modern China 1800-Present Barnes, Nicole TBA TTh 3:05-4:20pm
HISTORY 226, AMES 267 Ancient and Early Modern Japan Fasan, Jacques TBA WF 3:05-4:20pm
HISTORY 454S, AAAS 407S, ICS 412S, WOMENST 412S Globalization and Development: China and India Mazumdar, Sucheta TBA W 4:40-7:10pm
HISTORY 502S Japan Since 1945 Partner, Simon TBA Th 3:05-5:35pm
HISTORY 507 Introduction to Asian Studies Mazumdar, Sucheta / Litzinger, Ralph / McKean, Meg TBA TBA
JPN 101 Elementary Japanese Endo, Hitomi / Kurokawa, Naoko See Sched. See Sched.
JPN 203 Intemediate Japanese Endo, Hitomi / Saito, Azusa Trent 039A, See Sched. MW 11:45am-1:00pm, See Sched.
JPN 305 Advanced Japanese Saito, Azusa Bivins 114, Trent 038A MWF 11:45am-1:00pm
JPN 407S Issues in Japanese Language and Society I Kurokawa, Naoko Trent 039 MWF 12:00-12:50pm
JPN 471S Classical Japanese (Bungo) Tucker, John TBA W 11:45am-2:45pm
KOREAN 101 Elementary Korean Kim, Eunyoung Languages 207, Bivins 114 MW 3:05-4:20pm, TTh 1:25-2:15pm
KOREAN 203 Intermediate Korean Kim, Eunyoung Bivins 109 MW 1:25-2:40pm, TTh 3:05-4:00pm
KOREAN 305 Advanced Korean Staff Trent 038A, Bivins 109 W 4:40-5:55pm, TTh 4:40-5:55pm
KOREAN 407S Issus in Korean Language and Society I Kim, Hae-Young Trent 039A MW 3:05-4:20pm
MUSIC 234, AMES 214, RELIGION 245 Music in East Asia Kramer, Jonathan Biddle 104 M 7:30-10:00pm
PHIL 263 Chinese Philosophy Wong, David TBA MW 11:45am-1:00pm
POLSCI 338 Political Economy of Southeast Asia Malesky, Edmund Allen 103 MW 3:05-4:20pm
POLSCI 645S, ECON 548S* Political Economy of Growth, Stabilization, and Development* Keech, William TBA WF 10:05-11:20am
PUBPOL 598* Economic Growth and Development Policy* Fernholz. Fernando Sanford 05 TTh 11:45am-1:00pm
RELIGION 89S** First Year Seminar: Buddhist Meditation Jaffe, Richard TBA T 3:20-5:50pm
RELIGION 120 Buddhism Jaffe, Richard Gray 220 MW 3:05-4:20pm
SOCIOL 334 Technology and Organizational Environments Gao, Bai Soc Sci 311 TTh 1:25-2:40pm
SOCIOL 345* Nations, Regions, and the Global Economy Hovsepian, Mary Soc Psy 129 MW 3:05-4:20pm
SOCIOL 541 The United States and the Asia/Pacific Region Gao, Bai Languages 208 Th 6:15-8:45pm
SOCIOL 730S Topics in Comparative and Historical Sociology: Globalization Gereffi, Gary Soc Psy 331 T 4:40-7:10pm
TIBETAN 101 Elementary Tibetan I Staff Languages 208 MTWThF 9:00-9:50am
WXTIAN 816 Christianity's Encounter with Other Religions and Cultures: The Case of East Asia Lian, Xi Westbrook 031 T 2:30-5:00pm

*All assignments must be done on East Asia.

**This course cannot be taken for graduate credit.

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