Spring 2016 EAS Courses


Course # Title Instructor Location Time
AMES 211 Melodrama East and West Guo-Juin Hong West Duke 08A W 1:40-4:10 PM
AMES 233 Global Chinese Cities Carlos Rojas Carr 114 TuTh 1:25-2:40 PM
AMES 335 Chinatowns: A Cultural History Eileen Chow TBD W 3:05-5:35 PM
AMES 365/565, CULANTH 365/565 The World of Japanese Pop Culture Leo Ching Carr 135 Thu 3:05-5:35 PM
AMES 384S Language and Migration Eileen Chow, Carlos Rojas West Duke 202 M 3:05-5:35 PM
AMES 390S Spec Top: Topics in Visualizing Violence Dwayne Dixon TBD TuTh 3:05-4:20 PM
AMES 511 Documentary/East Asian Culture Guo-Juin Hong Franklin Center 230 Tu 1:40-4:10 PM
AMES 518S Second Language Pedagogy Hae-Young Kim TBD W 3:05-5:55 PM
AMES 535 Chinese Media & Pop Culture Kang Liu LSRC D243 M 3:05-5:35 PM
AMES 690S, CULANTH 590S Global South and the Eastern Hemisphere Leo Ching, Walter Mignolo Carr 106 M 4:40-7:10 PM
CHINESE 102 First-Year Chinese II Chi-Ju Hsieh/Tianshu He See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 106 First-Year Chinese in Review II Carolyn Lee See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 204 Intermediate Chinese Yan Liu See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 232 Literacy in Chinese II Wenjia Ma/Wenwen Fu See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 306 Advanced Chinese II Menghuan Li/Wenjia Ma See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 333 Advanced Literacy in ChineseĀ  Wenwen Fu See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 371S Classic Chinese Mod Context I Tianshu He/Ming-Shan Lin See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 408S Issues in Chinese Lang/Soc II Wenwen Fu See sched. See sched.
CHINESE 456 Chinese Culture and Society Kang Liu See sched. See sched.
CULANTH 341 Life and Death: Global Perspectives Anne Allison East Duke 204B MW 10:05-11:20 AM
HISTORY 227 Emergence of Modern Japan Elise Devido West Duke 08A WF 8:30-9:45 AM
HISTORY 323, AMES 239 China and the Silk Roads Sucheta Mazumdar Soc Psych 129 WF 1:25-2:40 PM
HISTORY 454S, AMES 437, WOMENST 412 China & India (Seminar) Sucheta Mazumdar White Hall 106 Th 4:40-7:10 PM
HISTORY 514S Culture/Env in Modern China Prasenjit Duara Blackwell Dorm 124 W 1:40-4:10 PM
JPN 102 Elementary Japanese Naoko Kurokawa/Chie Hiyama-Sallie See sched. See sched.
JPN 204 Intermediate Japanese Azusa Saito See sched. See sched.
JPN 306 Advanced Japanese Naoko Kurokawa See sched. See sched.
JPN 407S Issues in Japanese Lang/Soci I Azusa Saito See sched. See sched.
KOREAN 102 Elementary Korean Barohny Eun See sched. See sched.
KOREAN 204 Intermediate Korean Eunyoung Kim See sched. See sched.
KOREAN 306S Advanced Korean Eunyoung Kim See sched. See sched.
KOREAN 455S Korean Politics and Society Departmental Staff See sched. See sched.
POLSCI 324 Chinese Politics Emerson Niou Allen 103 MW 4:40-5:55 PM
POLSCI 338 Politics Economy of SE Asia Edmund Malesky TBD MW 3:05-4:20 PM
REL 211S Religion and Culture in Korea Hwansoo Kim TBD Th 10:05 AM-12:35 PM
REL 325S/AMES 376S Modern Korean Buddhism Hwansoo Kim SocPsych 127 M 12-2:35 PM
SES 370 Islam in Asia Mustafa Tuna Languages 207 TuTh 10:05-11:20 AM
SOC 344 Tech and Org Environments Bai Gao East Duke 108 WF 11:45 AM-1 PM
SOC 471S/LINGUIST 471S Language and Politics Gareth Price Languages 207 TuTh 1:25-2:40 PM
SOC 650S/ECON 550S Global Response to the Rise of China Bai Gao TBD W 4:40-7:10 PM
SOC 651S/ECON 542S Social Change, Markets, and Economy in China Yi Zeng TBD M 4:40-7:10 PM
TIBETAN 102 Elementary Tibetan II Rinchen Dolma See sched. See sched.
TIBETAN 204 Intermediate Tibetan II Rinchen Dolma See sched. See sched.
VMS 523S Imaging a Nation Japanese Visual Culture Gennifer Weisenfeld Smith Warehouse Bay 9 A285 W 10:05AM-12:35 PM

 

 

 

*All assignments must be done on East Asia.

**This course cannot be taken for graduate credit.

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