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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Korean 574 Korean Culture Courses  

Korean Culture Courses

01:574:210 Introduction to Korean Culture (3) Survey of Korean culture and society in a historical context. Exploration into the connection between language and culture. Examination of modern Korean novels and their social and historical relevances.
01:574:220 Introduction to Korean Literature in Translation (3) Introduction to canonical works in Korean literature and practice of literary analysis. Exploration of historical backgrounds and cultural contexts of major works of various genres.
All readings and classes are in English.
01:574:221 Topics in Korean Literature in Translation (3) Focus on a set of themes and issues as a way to read and analyze Korean literature and texts from various genres and as a way to explore Korea's historical background and cultural context. Topics vary by instructor and semester offered. All readings and classes are in English.
01:574:230 Introduction to Korean Cinema and Cinematic Language (3) Cinematic development in postcolonial Korea. Topics include the depictions of traditional and contemporary Korea in films, reflecting political, social, and cultural changes.
01:574:250 Korean Language in Culture and Society (3) Survey of the Korean language in relation to its culture and society. Examination of language use (diglossia, language and gender, metaphors, and the writing system). No prior knowledge of Korean language is required.
01:574:281 Korean Studies Internship (1.5) Provides study-abroad students an opportunity to navigate businesses, cultural centers, community organizations, and non-profit sectors in South Korea over the summer.
01:574:293 Korean Studies Guided Research (1.5) Allows students to reflect on their summer study abroad experience in Seoul while conducting a rigorous investigation of Korea┐s past and present.
01:574:310 Gender and Social Change in Korea (3) Explores the shifting category of femininity and masculinity, women's roles and their experiences of social change in Korea from the late 19th century to contemporary times.
01:574:350 North Korea in the Socialist and Postsocialist Worlds (3) Examination of social, political, economic, and cultural developments in North Korea before and after the social revolution (1945-1950) that radically transformed it by situating it within the context of regional and global developments.
01:574:365 Advanced Topics in Korean Languages and Linguistics (3) Investigation of topics in the Korean language such as phonology, syntax, pragmatics, language change, and dialect variations.
01:574:380 Taste of Korea: Culinary Politics in Contemporary South Korea (3) An interdisciplinary introduction to Korean food politics: examines the geo-politics, cultural significance, historical background, and global circulation of Korean culinary culture within the East Asian context and beyond.
01:574:390 Topics in Korean Studies (3) Study of special topics in Korean studies at the advanced level.
01:574:420 Traditional Korean Poetry: Sijo (3) Examination of the most enduring poetic form in traditional Korea, sijo, a three-line verse form written to be performed in a musical setting. Exploration of its unique structural and thematic properties within the larger context of East Asian poetic tradition, and historical developments as well as contemporary transformations.
01:574:470 Seminar on Modern Korean History (3) Designed to introduce advanced undergraduate and graduate students to emerging scholarship and major debates in modern Korean history (since 1876). Topics vary by instructor and semester offered.
01:574:495,496 Independent Study in Korean (3,3) Independent reading under supervision of a member of the department. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and department.
01:574:497,498 Honors in Korean (6,6) Individualized honors projects for students who have fulfilled all requirements for the minor in Korean or major in East Asian languages and area studies. Both semesters must be completed to receive credit.
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