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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses East Asian Languages and Cultures 217 Graduate Courses  

Graduate Courses

16:217:501 (F) Proseminar I: Critical Approaches to East Asian Studies (3) The major paradigms of literary and cultural theory as contexts for analyzing and understanding East Asian literature and culture in a comparative framework.
16:217:502 (S) Proseminar II: Research Methodology (3) Research bibliographies, tools, and technologies in the fields of East Asian studies.
16:217:511 (F) The Silk Road (3) The history of the Silk Road with a focus on the cultural and material exchanges among the peoples and cultures it connected during the period between 500 BCE-1500 CE.
16:217:515 (F) Women in Premodern China (3) An interdisciplinary seminar on women in premodern China with a focus on their roles in shaping Chinese cultural, political, religious, and social practices.
16:217:520 (F) History of Chinese Literature: Beginnings to 1300 (3) Critical interpretation and discussion of major genres, writers, and works in premodern Chinese literature.
16:217:521 (S) History of Chinese Literature: 1300 to 1900 (3) Introduction to major authors, works, and movements that have constituted the development of Chinese literature from the 14th to the beginning of the 20th century.
16:217:525 (F) Nature in Chinese Literature (3) Examination of representations of nature in major Chinese literary genres and of human relations to nature during the early and medieval periods.
16:217:526 (F) Classic of Poetry (3) Introduction to the oldest anthology of Chinese poetry, Classic of Poetry, as well as important texts in the exegetical tradition and recent scholarship. Prerequisite: Proficiency in reading modern and classical Chinese.
16:217:527 (S) Topics in Classical Chinese Poetry and Poetics (3) Major genres, themes, and poets of the classical age. The art of reading poetry in relevant historical, biographical, and literary-historical contexts. Swartz. Prerequisite: Proficiency in reading modern and classical Chinese.
16:217:528 (S) Tang Poetry (3) Major genres and poets of the Tang dynasty, generally acknowledged to be the greatest age of classical poetry. The art of reading poetry in relevant historical, biographical, and literary-historical contexts. Prerequisite: Proficiency in reading modern and classical Chinese.
16:217:529 (F) Early China in the World (3) An interdisciplinary review of the process through which early Chinese perceived themselves, their realm, the world, and beyond, from high antiquity to the medieval period.
16:217:531 (S) Readings in Modern Chinese Literature (3) Modern Chinese literary and critical texts, historical analysis, and cultural imagination.
16:217:532 (F) Crossing 1949: Chinese Culture and Modernity (3) Chinese literary modernity from the vantage point of the 1949 Cold War division in East Asia. By discussing works of literature and film, students explore questions of revolution, migration, diaspora, colonialism, socialist realism, the captive mind, and the cultural Cold War.
16:217:533 (S) The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film (3) Literature and film on major Chinese cities against the backdrop of literary and cultural criticism.
16:217:534 (S) Cultural Memory in Contemporary China (3) The representation of cultural memories in contemporary Chinese-speaking communities. By discussing works of film, fiction, memoirs, photographs, and installation art, students explore questions of memory, trauma, historical violence, nostalgia, and amnesia.
16:217:545 (F) Chinese Grammar (3) Topics relevant to the study of Chinese applied linguistics and Chinese pedagogy, including analysis of Chinese sounds, word structure and formation, and sentence and paragraph structure.
16:217:546 (F) Chinese Historical Phonology (3) Chinese phonology relevant to the study of Chinese literature and research in Chinese, including phonology in the history and development of the writing system, Medieval Chinese phonology, prosody, and rhyming.
16:217:550 (S) North Korea in the Socialist and Post-Socialist Worlds (3) Situating North Korea within regional and global developments, including the history of colonialism, modernity, and socialism, the course seeks to understand North Korea's past, current predicaments, and its future prospects.
16:217:555 (F) Seminar on Modern Korean History (3) Emerging scholarship and major debates in modern Korean history in a variety of topics from the late 19th century to the present.
16:217:560 (F) Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language (KFL): Theories and Applications (3) Understanding the development of KFL as an independent discipline. Development of pedagogical tools clarified in The National Standards for Korean and creation of grade-appropriate lesson plans and a teaching portfolio.
16:217:565 (S) Advanced Topics in the Korean Language and Linguistics (3) Select topics in Korean linguistics relevant to the teaching of Korean, including phonology, morphology, the writing system, dialectology, pragmatics, and the language divergence between South Korea and North Korea. Readings in English and Korean.
16:217:570 (F) Tale of Genji as World Literature (3) Analysis of the Tale of Genji in the context of world literature. The narrative as a court romance, psychological novel, and feminist text.  Extensive readings from scholarly literature in English; issues of translation.
16:217:577 (S) Japanese Film (3) Major cinematic representations of 20th-century Japan from the 1920s to the 1970s, including films by directors Kurosawa Akira, Mizuguchi Kenji, and Ozu Yasujirô; particular focus given to the films of the 1950s and 1960s, the height of the popularity and influence of the film medium in Japanese society.
16:217:593 (F) Independent Study in East Asian Languages and Cultures (BA) Independent study or directed research in areas of particular interest, such as linguistics, literary history, critical and literary theory, cinema studies, and studies of individual genres or issues. Intended for exploring areas not covered in depth by regularly scheduled courses. Includes a written assignment to be determined in consultation with the professor directing the independent study.
16:217:594 (S) Independent Study in East Asian Languages and Cultures (BA) Independent study or directed research in areas of particular interest, such as linguistics, literary history, critical and literary theory, cinema studies, and studies of individual genres or issues. Intended for exploring areas not covered in depth by regularly scheduled courses.  Includes a written assignment to be determined in consultation with the professor directing the independent study.
16:217:598,599 Special Topics in East Asian Languages and Cultures (3,3)
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