Academics: Graduate Program / Spring 2015 Courses

Course # Title Instructor Location Time
AMES 231, CULANTH 241 Culture/Politics-China Ralph Litzinger See Sched. W 6:15-8:45pm
AMES 269 Emergence of Modern Japan Jacques Fasan Old Chem 116 WF 8:30-9:45am
AMES 270T, GLHLTH 270T Voices in Global Health: Chinese Tianshu He See Sched. W 4:40-5:55 pm
AMES 316S Breakdancers, Vocaloids & Game Dwayne Dixon See Sched. TTh 11:45am-1:00pm
AMES 332S Storyworlds Eileen Chow See Sched. M 3:05-5:35pm
AMES 378S Korean Sociolinguistics Hae-Young Kim Carr 240 MW 3:05-4:20pm
AMES 386S Tibetan Buddhism David Need Gray 220 T 7:30-10pm
AMES 413S, WOMENST 231S, ICS 406S, SXL 231S, AMI 217S Vampire Chronicles Carlos Rojas Physics 130 M 7:30-9:45PM, TTh 1:25-2:40pm
AMES 469S, CULANTH 364S, AMES 669S Minor Japan Leo Ching Old Chem 123 T 1:25-3:55pm
AMES 504S, HIST 504S East Asia's Twentieth Century  Simon Partner West Duke 08A M 3:05-5:55pm
AMES 511, AMI 641, ICS 513, DOCST 511 Documentary/East Asian Culture Guo-Juin Hong See Sched. T 1:40-4:10pm
AMES 532S Research Contemporary China Kang Liu Allen 226 T 3:20-5:50pm
AMES 535, ISIS 535 Chinese Media & Pop Culture Kang Liu Social Sciences 119 M 3:05-5:40pm
AMES 551S, LIT 551S Translation: Theory/Praxis Eileen Chow See Sched. W 3:05-5:35pm
AMES 690S, LIT 690S Special Topics: Global South & the Eastern Hemi Walter Mignolo, Leo Ching Carr 241 M 4:40-7:10pm
AMES 750 CAH Proseminar Carlos Rojas Physics 047 Th 3:05-5:05pm
ARTHIST 234 Japanese Architecture Gennifer Weisenfeld East Duke 204B MW 11:45am-1:00pm
ARTHIST 378 Chinese Buddhist Art Stanley Abe East Duke 108 MW 1:25-2:40pm
CHINESE 102 First Year Chinese II Tianshu He/ Ya-Chuan Chou / Xuyan Zhuang See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 204 Intermediate Chinese Yan Liu / Chi-Ju Hsieh See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 232 Literacy in Chinese II Dan Wang / Ya-Chuan Chou See Sched. See Sched.
CHINESE 242 Intensive Literacy in Chinese See Sched. Soc Psy 128, Bivins 109 MWF 8:30-10:00am, TTh 11:45am-1:00pm
CHINESE 306 Advanced Chinese II Dan Wang Soc Sci 228 TTh 11:45am-1pm
CHINESE 333 Advanced Literacy in Chinese Yan Liu Bivins 109 MWF 3:20-4:35pm
CHINESE 371S Classical Chinese in the Modern Context I Kun Shan Lee/Ting Guo Trent 038A F 1:25-4:05pm
CHINESE 408S Issues in Chinese Language and Society II Kun Shan Lee/Ting Guo See Sched. TTh 3:05-4:45pm
CULANTH 130, VMS 130 Anthropology and Film Ralph Litzinger Friedl 204 M 6:15-8:40pm
CULANTH 423 Sex and Money Anne Allison Friedl 204 MW 10:05-11:20am
CULANTH 890S-02  Advanced Selected Topics in Critical Ethnographies Anne Allison (course requires professor's approval) See Sched. Th 3:05-5:35pm
HIST 89S-02** First-year seminar Chinese Medicine** Nicole Barnes Friedl 126 TTh 11:45am-1pm
JPN 102  Elementary Japanese Hitomi Endo / Naoko Kurokawa See Sched. See Sched.
JPN 204 Intermediate Japanese Azusa Saito Trent 039 MWF 11:45am-1:00pm
JPN 306 Advanced Japanese Naoko Kurokawa Trent 038A MWF 12-12:50pm
JPN 451S Readings in Japanese Texts Azusa Saito Trent 039 TTh 3:05-4:20pm
KOREAN 102 Elementary Korean Eunyoung Kim/ Barohny Eun Trent 038A MW 3:05-4:20pm, TTh 1:25-2:15pm
KOREAN 204 Intermediate Korean Eunyoung Kim/ Barohny Eun Trent 038A MW 1:25-2:40pm, TTh 3:20-4:10pm
KOREAN 306S Advanced Korean Eunyoung Kim Soc Psy 128 Th 6:15-7:30pm; TTh 3:05-4:20pm
KOREAN 455S Korean Politics and Society Departmental Staff See Sched. TTh 3:05-4:20pm
PHIL 363S East/West Ethics & Politics Owen Flanagan Perkins LINK 071 (Classroom 5) T 10:05am-12:35pm
POLSCI 324 Chinese Politics Emerson Niou West Duke 08A TTh 4:40-5:55pm
POLSCI 721  Authoritarian Institutions Edmund Malesky Carr 135 F 10:05-12:35pm
RELIGION 175 Religions of Asia Departmental Staff Gray 228 WF 3:05-4:20pm
RELIGION 327S Tibetan Buddhism David Need Gray 220 T 7:30-10:00pm
SOCIOL 342D Organizations and Global Competitiveness Gary Gereffi Soc Psy 130 MW 1:25-2:15pm
SOCIOL 344 Technology and Organizational Environments Bai Gao East Duke 204D WF 11:45am-1pm
SOCIOL 345* Nations, Regions and the Global Economy* Mary Hovsepian Languages 211 MW 3:05-4:20pm
SOCIOL 650S Global Responses Rise of China Bai Gao Soc Psy 329 W 6:15-8:45pm
SOCIOL 651S Soc Change, Markets, Econ in China Yi Zeng Soc Psy 329 M 6:15-8:45pm
TIBETAN 102 Elementary Tibetan II Rinchen Dolma Perkins LINK 059 (Seminar 1) MTWThF 9-9:45am
WOMENST 890S/CULANTH 746S.05* Infrastructure* Ara Wilson West Duke 202 T 10:05am-12:35pm
WXTIAN 814 Protestantism and the Making of Modern China Xi Lian 031W T 2:30-5pm
WXTIAN 815 The Next Christendom: The Rise of Christianity Outside of the West Xi Lian 031W M 2:30-5pm


*All assignments must be done on East Asia.

**This course cannot be taken for graduate credit.

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