East Asian Languages and Literatures Courses

 

  • 196 Field Studies: [Topic] (1-2 credits).
  • 198 Workshop: [Topic] (1-2 credits).
  • 199 Special Studies: [Topic] (1-5 credits).
  • 209 Lang & Society of East Asia (4 credits) Introduction to language and society in East Asia. Topics include: the structure of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean; politeness; intercultural communication; writing; minority and immigrant communities. 
  • 210 China: A Cultural Odyssey (4 credits) Introduction to the distinctive features of China's linguistic, literary, artistic, and religio-philosophical heritage. Includes guest lectures, films.
  • 211 Japan: A Cultural Odyssey (4 credits) Introduction to distinctive features of Japan's linguistic, literary, artistic, and religio-philosophical heritage. Includes guest lectures, films.
  • 360 East Asian Cinema (4 credits) Examination of East Asian cinema in the context of the immense political and cultural transformations in Asia over the past century.
  • 399 Special Studies: [Topic] (1-5 credits).
  • 401 Research: [Topic] (1-21 credits).
  • 405 Reading and Conference: [Topic] (1-21 credits).
  • 406 Field Studies: [Topic] (1-21 credits).
  • 407/507 Seminar: [Topic] (1-5 credits).
  • 408/508 Workshop: [Topic] (1-21 credits).
  • 409 Supervised Tutoring (1-3 credits).
  • 410/510 Experimental Course: [Topic] (1-5 credits) Prereq: instructor's consent.
  • 440/540 Japanese and Korean Phonetics (4 credits) The articulatory and acoustic analyses of Japanese and Korean sound systems. Prereq: JPN103 or KRN103.
  • 442/542 Second-Language Acquisition (4 credits) Analyzes how important theories and concepts in second-language acquisition apply specifically to the learning of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
  • 443/543 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Pedagogy (4 credits) Advanced course in language pedagogy; includes investigation of issues pertinent to the teaching ot East Asian languages. Prereq: CHN303, JPN303 or KRN303
  • 460/560 Teaching East Asian Languages and Literatures at College Level (2 credits) Training in Chinese and Japanese language instruction through lectures, observations, and teaching practica. Prereq for non-GTFs: instructor's consent. R thrice for maximum of 8 credits.
  • 486/586 East Asian Sociopragmatics (4 credits) Provides detailed analysis of how three East Asian languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) are used appropriately according to the social context. Offered alternate years
  • 608 Colloquium (1-6, 2 credits; P/NP only).
  • 611 Critical Approaches (2 credits: P/NP only) Introduces recent research and methodologies in the fields of Chinese, Japanese and Korean traditional and modern literary, cultural, film, and linguistic studies.