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Courses offered by Center for East Asian Studies

EASIAN 222: Introduction to East Asian Civilization (Crosslisted with Poli Sci) I, SS; 3 cr (S-E). Multidisciplinary and historical perspectives on the East Asian civilizations of China, Japan, Korea, (including Taiwan, and Mongolia) from prehistory to the present, including developments in philosophy, economy, governance, social structure, kinship, geography, etc. P: Open to Fr. Sample syllabus

EASIAN 299 Directed Study. I, II, SS; 1-3 cr (I). P: Open to Fr. Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst.

EASIAN 300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies. (Crosslisted with E Asian) II or SS; 3 cr (H-E). Interdisciplinary approaches to specific humanities topics in East Asian studies. Topics for the course vary, and can include comparative analyses of a theme across the countries in the East Asian region or focus on a theme within a single country. P: Open to Fr. Some recent iterations of the course:

EASIAN 300: Modern Korean Film and Culture
EASIAN 300: Taiwan Film & Literature
EASIAN 300: Korean Culture & Civilization
EASIAN 300: Words to Images: Film Adaptations of Korean Literature

EASIAN 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies. II or SS; 1-3 cr (S-I). Interdisciplinary approaches to specific social sciences topics in East Asian studies. Topics may include comparative analysis of a theme across the countries in the East Asian region or focus on a theme within a single country. P: Open to Fr with cons inst. Some recent iterations of the course:

EASIAN 301: China: History & Modern Development of Environmental Health(Summer course in China) syllabus
EASIAN 301: Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia
(Winter break course in Southeast Asia) syllabus
EASIAN 301: Islam in China: Muslim Identities Past and Present
syllabus
EASIAN 301: Global Asian Popular Culture syllabus
EASIAN 301: Northwest China: Xinjiang, Qinghai, and Gansu syllabus
EASIAN 301: Murder, Mayhem, and Modernity: East Asian Crime Fiction syllabus

EAS 681 Senior Honors Thesis. I; 3 cr (A). Senior honors thesis in East Asian area studies. P: Consent of faculty adviser.

EAS 682 Senior Honors Thesis. II; 3 cr (A). Senior honors thesis in East Asian area studies. P: E A Stds 681, consent of faculty adviser.

EAS 691 Senior Thesis. I; 3 cr (A). Individual research guided by a faculty mentor. A requirement for honors credit. P: Sr st. E A Stds major.

EAS 692 Senior Thesis. II; 3 cr (A). Individual research guided by a faculty mentor. A requirement for honors credit. P: Sr st. E A Stds major.

EAS 698 Directed Study. I, II, SS; 1-3 cr (A). P: Jr or Sr st & cons inst. Graded on a Cr/N basis.

EAS 699 Directed Study. I, II, SS; 2-3 cr (A). P: Jr or St st. Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst.

 

     


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