Fall 2022 Course List

The following courses being offered in Fall 2022 can be taken for credit towards a certificate in East Asian Studies. CEAS strives to keep this list updated, but it is possible that not all eligible courses appear on this page. Generally a course containing at least 40% East Asian content can count towards the certificate. Any question regarding the eligibility of courses not appearing on this list should be directed to David Fields or Laurie Dennis.  The “H”, “L”, or “S” following the courses credit number indicates the course meets the breadth requirements for humanities, literature, or social science.

Language Coursework (ASIALANG listings)

Chinese

ASIALANG 101, 201, and 301 (1st, 3rd, and 5th semester, 4 cr each)

ASIALANG 355, and 357 (1st and 3rd semester for graduate students, 4 cr)

ASIALANG 378 (Chinese Conversation, 3 cr)

ASIALANG 457 (Chinese: Reading And Writing, 3 cr)

Japanese

ASIALANG 103, 203, and 303 (1st, 3rd, and 5th semester, 4 cr each)

ASIALANG 313 (Classical Japanese, 3 cr)

ASIALANG 355, and 357 (1st and 3rd semester for graduate students, 4 cr)

ASIALANG 376 (Japanese Conversation, 3 cr)

Korean

ASIALANG 105 and 205 (1st and 3rd semester, 4 cr each), 305 (5th semester, 3 cr), and 405 (7th semester, 3 cr)

ASIALANG 355, and 357 (1st and 3rd semester for graduate students, 4 cr)

Tibetan

ASIALANG 135, 235, and 335 (1st, 3rd, and 5th semester, 4 cr)

ASIALANG 355, and 357 (1st and 3rd semester for graduate students, 4 cr)

Elementary level*

ASIALANG 114 (Elementary Japanese II, 2 cr)

*may not count for FLAS or other programs

Agricultural & Applied Economics

A A E 731, 3 cr, Frontiers in Development Economics 2

Anthropology

ANTHRO 310, 3 S cr, Archaeology Artifact Analysis

ANTHRO 310, 3 S cr, Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia

ANTHRO 330, 3-4 S cr, Anthropology of Food

ANTRHO 357, 3-4 S cr, Introduction To The Anthropology Of Japan

ANTHRO 490, 3 cr Archaeology of Ritual and Religion

Art History

ART HIST 303, 3 H cr, Introduction to Japanese Art

ART HIST 379/779, 3 H cr, Cities of Asia

Asian American Studies

ASIAN AM 121, 3 cr, Asian American Movement

Asian Languages and Cultures

ASIAN 100, 3-4 H cr, Gateway to Asia Special Topics: Asian Counterculture

ASIAN 103, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction to East Asian History: China

ASIAN 104, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction to East Asian History: Japan

ASIAN 255, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction To East Asian Civilizations

ASIAN 300, 3 H cr, Topics in Asian Studies: Korean Popular Culture

ASIAN 300, 3 H cr, Topics in Asian Studies: Picturing Korea

ASIAN 300/630, 3 H cr, Topics in Asian Studies: Queer Asia

ASIAN 301/630, 1-3 S cr, Social Studies Topics in EAS: Gender, Work and Family in East Asia

ASIAN 307, 3 H cr, A Survey Of Tibetan Buddhism

ASIAN 337, 3-4 H/S cr, Social and Intellectual History of China, 589 AD-1919

ASIAN 341, 3-4 H/S cr, History of Modern China, 1800-1949

ASIAN 353, 3 L cr, Lovers, Warriors and Monks: Survey of Japanese Literature

ASIAN 371, 2-3 L cr, Liaozhai: Strange Tales

ASIAN 376, 3 L cr, Manga

ASIAN 379, 3 H cr, Cities of Asia

ASIAN 631, 3 H cr, History of the Chinese Language

ASIAN 641, 3 L cr, History of Chinese Literature I

ASIAN 701, 3 cr, Proseminar in Chinese Literature

ASIAN 712, 3 cr, Teaching of Chinese

ASIAN 713, 3 cr, Teaching of Japanese as a Foreign Language

ASIAN 763, 3 cr, Studies in Japanese Literature

ASIAN 775, 3 cr, Japanese Applied Linguistics

Dance

DANCE 121, 3 cr, Asian American Movement

Economics

ECON 464, 3 S cr, International Trade

ECON 467, 3-4 S cr, International Industrial Organizations

ECON 475, 3-4 S cr, Economics of Growth

Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis

ELPA 886, 3 credits, Internationalization of Higher Education

ELPA 940, 1-3 cr, Special Topics Seminar in Educational Leadership: Mobility & Inclusion in International Higher Education

Educational Policy Studies

ED POL 675, 3 S cr, Introduction to Comparative and International Education

Geography

GEOG 101, 4 S cr, Introduction to Human Geography

GEOG 340, 3 S cr, World Regions in Global Context (paper on E. Asian topic)

History

HIST 103, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction To East Asian History: China

HIST 104, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction To East Asian History: Japan

HIST 255, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction to East Asian Civilizations

HIST 337, 3-4 H/S cr, Social and Intellectual History of China, 589 AD-1919

HIST 340, 3-4 H cr, Cultural History of Korea

HIST 341, 3-4 H/S cr, History of Modern China, 1800-1949

HIST 401, 3 cr, History of Chinese Students at UW

HIST 500, 3 cr, Reading Seminar in History: History of North Korea

HIST 500, 3 cr, Reading Seminar in History: Post-colonialism

International Business

INTL BUS 200, 3 cr, International Business

INTL BUS 403, 3 cr, Global Issues in Management

INTL BUS 420, 3 cr, Global Marketing Strategy

International Studies

INTL ST 310, 1-3 cr, International Learning Community Seminar: A Kaleidoscope of Chinese Cult

INTL ST 310, 1-3 cr, International Learning Community Seminar: Global Badgers

INTL ST 310, 1-3 cr, International Learning Community Seminar: Kangnam Style, BTS, Squid Game

INTL ST 310, 1-3 cr, Japanese Popculture Oshi-Katsu

Literature in Translation

LITTRANS 263, 3 L cr, Japanese Literature in Translation

LITTRANS 373, 3 L cr, Topics in Japanese Literature: Literary Legends of Japan

Music

MUSIC 103, 3 H cr, Introduction to Music Cultures of the World

Political Science

POLI SCI 120, 4 S cr, Introduction To Comparative Politics

POLI SCI 255, 3-4 H/S cr, Introduction to East Asian Civilizations

Religious Studies

RELIG ST 307, 3 H cr, A Survey Of Tibetan Buddhism

RELIG ST 308, 3-4 H cr, Introduction To Buddhism

Sociology

SOC 496, 1-3 cr, Topics in Sociology: Gender, Work and Family in East Asia