Korea Related Courses japanese Painting ART H 428 East asian Calligraphy. Comparative literature. C lit302 Comparative literature Themes C lit 476 Comparative Approaches to chinese http://jsis.artsci.washington.edu/programs/easc/korearelatedcourses.html
Extractions: East Asia Center East Asia Resource Center East Asia Library Anthropology ... East Asia Home Korea Related Courses The following courses are in the area of Korean Studies, but are not offered through the Jackson School. The current General Catalog gives descriptions of all of these courses. Some of these courses may be offered infrequently or are no longer offered. Please check with the department. Anthropology ANTH/SISEA 444 Contemporary Chinese Society
AS-AM-LIT According to Brenda Hoffman, the asian population of the United Of that percentage,chinese is the largest with a japanese make up 12% with most of them being http://www.geocities.com/parasurf22/asamlit.html
Extractions: CULTURAL STUDIES and AMERICAN HISTORY -ASIAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE- READING "FAREWELL TO MANZANAR" "Farewell to Manzanar" is a true story of Japanese American experience during and after the World War II internment. In 1942 the author, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, was seven-year-old, and her family was moved to live at Manzanar internment camp, where 10,000 Japanese Americans were said to be moved to. I asked Allen which literature he recommended to read to learn about Japanese Americans, and this book was one of the books he listed. I found this book in a teens section in Barnes and Noble. So far, I am reading this book smoothly, but it might be interesting to learn about the authors and World War II as a background of this story before you start reading. ASIA According to Brenda Hoffman, the Asian population of the United States today conitnues to rapidly increase, and they constitute about 2.9% of the total American population. Of that percentage, Chinese is the largest with a largest percentage being foreign born. The second largest group is Filipino which constitute 19%. Japanese make up 12% with most of them being native born. Indian and Korean each are at 11% and Vietnamese make up 8% of the population. I feel it is very important to study about the history of Asian immigration to the United States when we study the Asian American Literature. The Chinese began immigrating to the United States around the time of the gold rush. They were a source of cheaplabor for farms, and they worked on the transcontinental railroad.
Department List African/asian Lang/litchinese, Engineering Science Mechanics, Microbiology Cell Science. African/asian Lang/lit-japanese, Entomology Nematology, Music. http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~jbrun/038_fall/depts.htm
Department List African/asian Lang/litchinese, Entomology Nematology, Military Science- Army. African/asian Lang/lit-japanese, Exercise Sport Sciences, Music. http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~jbrun/031_spring/depts.htm
Asian Studies COMP lit 3TT3, MODERN japanese litERATURE IN TRANSLATION. ECON 2C03,asianPACIFIC ECONOMIES. chinese 2AA3, INTRODUCTORY MODERN chinese II. http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/calendar/year2002/sec_643.htm
Extractions: INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS AND THEMATIC AREAS Asian Studies While there is no B.A. programme in Asian Studies, students interested in concentrating in this area may choose from among the following courses offered by various departments. Those desiring further information on specific courses should consult the departmental listing in the Calendar. (Students interested in Japanese Studies should enquire about the Combined Honours programme in Japanese Studies and Another Subject.) Students wishing to pursue Asian Studies may obtain further information from Dr. D. Barrett, Chester New Hall, Room 625, ext. 24130, or Dr. K. Shinohara, University Hall, Room 126, ext. 23393. COURSES DEALING STRICTLY WITH ASIAN MATERIAL CMST 2AA3 JAPANESE COMMUNICATION COMMERCE 4SF3 JAPANESE BUSINESS ... THE CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE FILM COURSES WITH SIGNIFICANT ASIAN CONTENT ECON 2C03 ASIAN-PACIFIC ECONOMIES POL SCI 4MM6 TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY ... HEALTH, HEALING AND RELIGION LANGUAGE COURSES CHINESE 2A03 INTRODUCTORY MODERN CHINESE I CHINESE 2AA3 INTRODUCTORY MODERN CHINESE II ... READINGS IN SANSKRIT TEXTS Please see the Course Listings section for a detailed description of the above courses.
Asian Languages And Literature Home Page East asian Collection chinese Studies WWW Virtual Library Access chinese Character Text on the Internet chinese Search Engines Internet Resources for chinese Studies Architecture Archaeology Arts AustraliaChina Relations Bibliographies http://depts.washington.edu/asianll
Extractions: Contact the web site administrator The Department of Asian Languages and Literature offers instruction in the principal languages and literatures of Asia, including East, Southeast, Central, and South Asia. Emphasis is placed on the roles of these languages within the cultures they serve as well as on linguistic, textual, and literary analysis. The department offers undergraduate degrees in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and South Asian languages and literature, and graduate degree programs in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, South Asian, and Buddhist Studies. For our mission and vision statements , please click here For more information about these programs or other aspects of the department, click on a link or select an option from a pull-down menu at the left.
Asian & Asian American Studies - Courses used to satisfy the requirements for the asian Studies Certificate. CrosscurrentsChina (same as Comp lit 540 chinese 570 Research in chinese Source Materials. http://www.umass.edu/asianasianamstudies/courses.htm
Courses - Group In Asian Studies, UC Berkeley asian Studies. 10A, Intro to Trad asian Cultures, staff. 187B, Korean lit inTranslation, staff. Law. Legal Studies. 161, Law in chinese Society, Berring,RC. http://ieas.berkeley.edu/gas/courses.html
Extractions: For the most current times, locations and enrollment information, see the UC Berkeley Schedule of Classes . Course descriptions are available at the online UC Berkeley General Catalog To view more information about the courses below, download this Spring 2003 courses Excel file COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR Anthropology Ong, A Asian Studies Intro to Trad Asian Cultures staff Indigenous religions Crystal, E Proseminar Wade, B Buddhist Studies Dev. of Buddhism in E./Inner China staff Chinese Elem Chinese for Mandarin speaker L. Liu Elem Chinese for Mandarin speaker Y. Yang Elem Chinese for Mandarin speaker L.Liu Elem Chinese for Mandarin speaker L. Zhang Elem Chinese for Mandarin speaker L.Liu Elementary Chinese Y.Yang Elementary Chinese L. Zhang Elementary Chinese L. Yang Elementary Chinese L. Zhang Elementary Chinese L.Liu Intro to class Chinese R. Ashmore Interm Chinese for Mandarin speaker LH Nelson Interm Chinese for Mandarin speaker LH Nelson Intermediate Chinese Hsu, S
EALLhome.html Offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees in chinese and japanese languages and literature. Read faculty bios and course overviews. asian Languages and Literatures is pleased to announce two new film series devoted to contemporary japanese and chinese in chinese or japanese language. http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~eall
Extractions: CLICK THE ORDER BUTTON!... Asian Literature Bette Bao Lord's "Spring Moon" / A Look at Chinese Culture A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the story presented in Lord's book, and reflects on correlations between the actions and perceptions of the main protagonist and the life story of the author herself. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Bettebao.wps Jung Changs "Wild Swans / Three Daughters of China " : Wildswan.wps Ishiguro's "The Remains of the Day " : A 3 page discussion of this work of Japanese literature focusing on one specific scene. The writer analyzes the importance of Mr. Stevens' meeting with Miss Kenton as it relates to the story. No Bibliography. Ishiguro.wps Junichiro Tanizaki's "The Makioka Sisters" A 5 page essay discussing the issue of sociocultural values in this acclaimed book. The writer examines various changes occurring in Japanese society as it became "Westernized" and how such changes affect the characters in Tanizaki's novel.
East Asian Courses Offered Spring 2002 lit 112 SP TOP NATIONAL CINEMA HONG KONG CINEMA. lit 165A chinese lit IN TRANSLATION.Cross listings AALL 172.01. lit 165C INTRO asian/AFRICAN lit. http://www.duke.edu/APSI/curriculum/spring2002.html
Extractions: East Asian Courses Offered Spring 2002 Course code: 0-100: undergrad, 100-200: upper level undergrad, 200+: seniors/graduate, * 25% or more Asian content. Cross listings: HISTORY 70 AAAS 121.04 INTRO ASIAN/AFRICAN LIT Cross listings: AALL 121.04, LIT 165C AAAS 200S.01 ASIAN/AFR CULTURAL ST Cross listings: AALL 200S, CULANTH 288S.01 AALL 121.04 INTRO ASIAN/AFRICAN LIT Cross listings: AAAS 121.04, LIT 165C.01 AALL 149.01 DANCE/DANCE THEATER OF ASIA Cross listings: CULANTH 149.01, DANCE 149.01, THEATRST 149.01 AALL 163. 01 KOREAN LIT IN TRANSLATION AALL 172.01 CHINESE LIT IN TRANSLATION Cross listings: LIT 165A.01 Cross listings: ENGLISH 179S.07 AALL 200S ASIAN/AFR CULTURAL ST Cross listings: CULANTH 288S.01, AAAS 200S.01 AALL 252.05 EAST ASIAN WOMEN Cross listings: ENGLISH 271S 05 CHINESE 2 ELEMENTARY CHINESE CHINESE 36 FIRST-YR CHN ADV BEGIN CHINESE 64 INTERMEDIATE CHINESE CHINESE 126 ADVANCED CHINESE CHINESE 136 READING IN MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 182 ADV READINGS MOD CHINESE CHINESE 184S TOPICS MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 191 RESEARCH INDEPENDENT STUDY COMPAREA 125 COMP APPR GLOBAL ISSUES Cross listings: SOCIOL 125.01, POLSI 125.01, CULANTH 125.01
Courses & Degrees AALL 205 asian/AFRICAN LANG/lit. ARTHIST 172 NATIONAL CINEMA HONG KONG Cross listingslit 112.01. ARTHIST 180A EARLY JAPANES ART. chinese 1 ELEMENTARY chinese. http://www.duke.edu/APSI/curriculum/fall2001.html
Extractions: Cross listings: LIT 112.01 ARTHIST 180A EARLY JAPANES ART ARTHIST 181A JAPANESE PRINT CULTURE CHINESE 1 ELEMENTARY CHINESE CHINESE 35 FIRST YR CHN ADV BEGIN CHINESE 63 INTERMEDIATE CHINESE CHINESE 112A ADV PROGRESS CHINESE CHINESE 112B ADV PROGRESS CHINESE CHINESE 125 ADVANCED CHINESE CHINESE 127A INTENSIVE ADV CHINESE CHINESE 127B INTENSIVE ADV CHINESE CHINESE 129A SP TOP MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 129B SP TOP MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 135 READINGS MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 183S TOPICS MODERN CHINESE CHINESE 188S MODERN CHINESE CINEMA CHINESE 191 RESEARCH INDEPENDENT STUDY CHINESE 193 DIR ST CONTEM CHINESE CULANTH 163 FOUNDATIONS CHINESE CIV CULANTH 180 (Sec. 01) SEXUALITY IN GLOBAL CONTEXT
Asian Languages And Cultures 01098444, Sem. asian Societies. 01165452, Readings Modern chinese lit. Section90 Staff, 01165498, Honors In chinese Permission from the instructor. http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~easian/lang-culture/courses/spring2003.html
BA In ASIAN STUDIES (570121) Hist 342, Korea, 3.0. Hist 343, chinese Civilization, 3.0. Hist 395R, SpecialTopics in asian Hist, 3.0. Japan 344, Japan lit in TrnsltnProse, 3.0. http://ar.byu.edu/dept_academ_advise/gemajor/00/mr/570121mr.html
Extractions: (Hist 341 and Asian 395 should be taken early in the program) Anthr 312 Intercultural Communication Asian 395 Asian Studies Mthds Seminar Hist 341* Modern Asia Select one course from the following: Hist 340 Premodern Asia Hist 343 Chinese Civilization Hist 345 Premodern Japan Select two courses from the following: Geog 470 Asia Hist 350R Hum 240* Introduction to Humanities of Asia PlSc 385
UCSB: East Asian 10001050. HSSB 3202. 124B Modern chinese lit. Lowry. 4. Lec. Tut. 06502. 198 Readingsin chinese. 1-4. Tut. 06510. Tut. 06593. East asian Cultural Studies. Course. Instructor. http://www.eastasian.ucsb.edu/content/courses_schedule.html
Extractions: Courses: East Asian Chinese Japanese Korean ... New Page Spring 2003 Schedule Course Instructor Units Type Enroll # Days Time Location 3 Elem Modern Chinese Peng Dis MTWRF HSSB 1211 3 Elem Modern Chinese Peng Dis MTWRF HSSB 2252 3 Elem Modern Chinese Hsu Dis MTWRF HSSB 1206 3 Elem Modern Chinese Peng Dis MTWRF HSSB 2251 3N Elem Chinese for Native Speakers Hsu Lec MWF HSSB 3202 6 Interim Modern Chinese Guan Dis MTWRF HSSB 1237 6 Interim Modern Chinese Guan Dis MTWRF HSSB 1223 6N Chinese Heritage Dai Lec MWF HSSB 2214A 8C Chinese Conversation Dai Dis MW HSSB 1232 101C Intro Classic Chinese Tu Dis TR HSSB 2202 102C Adv Chinese Conversation Peng Dis TR HSSB 2251 122C Adv Modern Chinese Hsu Lec MTWR HSSB 3202 124B Modern Chinese Lit Lowry Lec MWF Buchn 1934 125 Business Chinese Guan Dis MTWR HSSB 2201 141 China Through Films Lowry Lec MW HSSB 1214 197 Sr Honors Project Tut 198 Readings in Chinese Dai Tut MW HSSB 4202 199 Independent Studies Tut 201 Selected Texts Sem 501 Apprentice Teaching Lab Tut 597 Prep for Comp Exams Tut 598 Masterís thesis research Tut Course Instructor Units Type Enroll # Days Time Location Course title Instructor Units Type Enroll# Days Time Location 3 First Yr Japanese Sugawara Dis MTWRF HSSB 1207 3 First Yr Japanese Sugawara Dis MTWRF HSSB 1207 3 First Yr Japanese Furukawa Dis MTWRF HSSB 1207 3 First Yr Japanese Sugawara Dis MTWRF HSSB 1232 3 First Yr Japanese Furukawa Dis MTWRF HSSB 1210 6 Second Yr Japanese Sugawara Dis MTWRF HSSB 2201 6 Second Yr Japanese Shinagawa Dis MTWRF HSSB 1228 6 Second Yr Japanese Shinagawa Dis MTWRF HSSB 1206 8B Basic Conversational Japanese
Extractions: The study of business at the dawn of the 21st century frequently includes a discussion of Asian economic growth. As a site of emerging markets, technological innovations and challenging new competitors, Asia has captured the interest of many people with diverse interests relating to business. Students at the University of Pittsburgh have a rare opportunity to combine their specialized study of business with an interdisciplinary Asian Studies Certificate, allowing them to gain expertise in both business and the dynamic Asian region simultaneously. With careful planning, business students will find that they can overlap their Literature, Music/Art, both Social Science and both Foreign Culture requirements with Asian Studies requirements. Students are required to take four terms of an Asian language at the college level. You should discuss the certificate requirements as early as your freshman year with your advisor to determine when you should take the language courses. You have many options, including an intensive ten-credit summer language program. A number of scholarships are available for second year (third and fourth term) language study. Begin by discussing your interests with your advisor. Your next step is to contact the Asian Studies Program at (412) 648-7370. We encourage all students who hope their lives and careers may focus on Asia in some way to find out more about the Asian Studies certificate.
Extractions: The Department offers program in the study of Asian and Near Eastern languages and literatures, encompassing both traditional and modern periods of their developments. A major in Asian and Near Eastern languages opens up career opportunities in diplomacy, business, law, journalism, and higher education, in addition to preparation for further study in the relevant languages and cultures. A major entails advanced training in the chosen languages and a sound background in the relevant literature. PROGRAMS OFFERED Our Department offers the following programs of undergraduate study: CHINESE MAJOR A total of 27 upper-level units is required for the majors, no more than 12 of which may be language courses. All students majoring in Chinese normally must complete the fourth-level modern language courses. Chinese majors much also complete at least one semester of relevant classical literacy language or its equivalent, and the two-semester sequence in the relevant literature or similar courses. Study abroad during the junior year is strongly advised.
EDU2 : Level 4 C. Hill Home Pageeast asian studies chinese Wang Yinglin page; Xiucixue Archivde;Zuozhuan cn lit Conversion Project; Practical Tone Spelling of chinese; http://www.my-edu2.com/EDU/langua7.htm
ASIAN STUDIES GENERAL COURSE LIST LIN 4xxx Bilingualism and Language Policy lit 3930 asian literature in PHP 3840Chinese and japanese Philosophy REL 3027 Meditation and Mystical http://www.fiu.edu/~asian/asian_studies_general_course_lis1.htm
Extractions: (Equal to Asian Studies Certificate Social Science/Professions Courses) CHI 3993 Chinese for Business CPO 3502 Politics of the Far East CPO 4507 Comparative Political Economics of Asia CPO 4541 Politics of China CPO 4553 Government Politics of Japan ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems ECO 3704 International Economics ECO 4701 World Economy ECO 4703 International Trade Theory and Policy ECS 3200 Economics of Asia FIN 3652 Asian Financial Markets and Institutions INR 3081 Contemporary International Problems INR 3202 World Politics INR 3223 Japan and the US INR 3224 International Relations of East Asia INR 3226 International Relations of Central Asia and the Caucuses INR 3232 International Relations of China INR 3262 International Relations of Russia and the Former USSR INR 3703 International Political Economy INR 3705 Geography of Central Asia and the Caucuses INR 4032 Asia and Latin America in World Affairs INR 4283 INR 4521 Politics of Regional Integration INR 4926 Model United Nations JPN 3931 Japanese for Business LBS 4653 Labor Movements in Developing Countries [approved] LBS 4654 Comparative and International Labor Studies MAN 4600 International Management MAR 4156 International Marketing SSI 3240 World Prospect and Issues SYA 3xxx Sociology of Asia [pending] SYA 4170 Comparative Sociology SYP 4454 Globalization and Society Asian Cultural Studies Concentration