Course Information

Courses for Credit Toward the East Asian Studies Major

Requirements List

Humanities:

AMST 212 Korean American Literature and Culture

1.0

ARTH 238 Chinese Art and Architecture

1.0

ARTH 240 Asian Art and Architecture

1.0

ARTH 248 Chinese Painting: Theories, Masters, and Principles

1.0

ARTH 249 Japanese Art and Architecture

1.0

ARTH 255 Twentieth-Century Chinese Art

1.0

ARTH 337 Seminar: The Song Imperial Painting Academy

1.0

ARTH 341 Seminar: The Landscape Painting of China, Korea, and Japan

1.0

ARTH 346 Seminar: Poetic Painting in China, Korea, and Japan

1.0

CAMS 203/CHIN 243 Chinese Cinema (In English)

1.0

CHIN 208 Writing Modern China (in English)

1.0

CHIN 211 Dream of the Red Chamber in Chinese Literature and Culture (in English)

1.0

CHIN 220 The Fall of Ming in 1644, An Event in World Culture(In English)

1.0

CHIN 239 Popular Culture in Modern China

1.0

CHIN 243/CAMS 203 Chinese Cinema (In English)

1.0

CHIN 244 Classical Chinese Theater (in English)

1.0

CHIN 245 Chinese Women in a Century of Revolution (In English)

1.0

CHIN 311 Dream of the Red Chamber in Chinese Literature and Culture (in English)

1.0

CHIN 326 The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film (in English)

1.0

CHIN 338 Reading in Modern Chinese Literature

1.0

CHIN 344 Classical Chinese Theater (in English)

1.0

CHIN 345 Chinese Women in a Century of Revolution (In English)

1.0

CHIN 381 Eileen Chang (in English)

1.0

CPLT 236 / EALC 236 The Girl in Modern East Asian Culture

1.0

EALC 221 Gateways to East Asia (in English)

1.0

EALC 225 Traditional Romances of East Asia (in English)

1.0

EALC 236 / CPLT 236 The Girl in Modern East Asian Culture (In English)

1.0

EALC 325 Traditional Romances of East Asia (in English)

1.0

EALC 345 Seminar: Language, Nationalism, and Identity in East Asia (In English)

1.0

JPN 251 / THST 251 Japanese Writers Explore Their World (in English)

1.0

JPN 252 Supernatural Japan (in English)

1.0

JPN 280 Japanese Pop Culture: From Haiku to Hello Kitty (in English)

1.0

JPN 290 Geisha, Samurai and the Birth of Tokyo

1.0

JPN 308 Advanced Japanese Through Short Fiction and Essays

1.0

JPN 314 Translating Japanese Narrative

1.0

JPN 352 Seminar: Postwar Japan in Word and Image (in English)

1.0

KOR 206 An Introduction to Korean Language and Culture (in English)

1.0

KOR 256 Gender and Language in Modern Korean Culture (in English)

1.0

REL 108 Introduction to Asian Religions

1.0

REL 253 Buddhist Thought and Practice

1.0

REL 254 Chinese Thought and Religion

1.0

REL 255 Japanese Religion and Culture

1.0

REL 257 Contemplation and Action

1.0

REL 353 Seminar: Zen Buddhism

1.0

THST 251 / JPN 251 Japanese Writers Explore Their World (in English) 1.0

 

CHIN 338, JPN 314: Fulfill either Language or Humanities requirement for the major.

 

History and Social Sciences:

HIST 269 Japan, the Great Powers, and East Asia, 1853-1993

1.0

HIST 274 China, Japan, and Korea in Comparative and Global Perspectives

1.0

HIST 277 China and America: Evolution of a Troubled Relationship

1.0

HIST 278 Reform and Revolution in China, 1800 to the Present

1.0

HIST 280 Topics in Chinese Commerce and Business

1.0

HIST 395 International History Seminar: Legacies of Conquest: Empires in Chinese and World History

1.0

KOR 256 Gender and Language in Modern Korean Culture (in English)

1.0

PEAC 119Y/REL 119Y First-Year Seminar: Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Yasukuni Shinto Shrine

1.0

POL2 208 Politics of China

1.0

POL2 304 Nation-building and Nationalism in East Asia

1.0

REL 119Y/PEAC 119Y First-Year Seminar: Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Yasukuni Shinto Shrine

1.0

   

Language Courses (Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean):

For more detailed information, see Courses in Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.