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Center for East Asian Studies courses for Spring 2009

EAS 299 Directed Study (1-3 cr., I)
EAS 300 Humanities Topics in EAS, Lec. 1: Modern Korean: Literary & Cinematic Representation (3 cr., H-I)
EAS 300 Humanities Topics in EAS, Lec. 2: Confucian discourse in 18th Century Korea & Japan (3 cr., H-I)
EAS 301 Social Studies Topics in EAS, Lec. 1: Murder, Mayhem, Modernity: Social Science Approaches to East Asian Crime Fiction (3 cr., S-I)
EAS 301 Social Studies Topics in EAS, Lec. 2: Popular Music and Visual Cultures of Korea and Japan (3 cr., S-I)
EAS 681 Senior Honors Thesis (3 cr., A)
EAS 682 Senior Honors Thesis (3 cr., A)
EAS 691 Senior Thesis I (3 cr., A)
EAS 692 Senior Thesis II (3 cr., A)
EAS 698 Directed Study (1-3 cr., A)
EAS 699 Directed Study (2-3 cr., A)

New East Asian Studies courses for Spring 2009

EAS 300 Humanities Topics in EAS, Lec. 1: Modern Korean: Literary & Cinematic Representation (3 cr., H-I)
EAS 300 Humanities Topics in EAS, Lec. 2: Confucian discourse in 18th Century Korea & Japan (3 cr., H-I)
EAS 301 Social Studies Topics in EAS, Lec. 1: Murder, Mayhem, Modernity: Social Science Approaches to East Asian Crime Fiction (3 cr., S-I)
EAS 301 Social Studies Topics in EAS, Lec. 2: Popular Music and Visual Cultures of Korea and Japan (3 cr., S-I)
EALL 951 Seminar in Chinese Literature: Cinema and Urban Culture under Mao
(3 cr., A)

Click here for a final listing of courses related to East Asia (pdf).

     


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