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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 South Asian Studies 925 Minor Program  

Minor Program


The interdisciplinary minor consists of a minimum of six courses (totaling at least 18 credits) from the following list of approved courses. One of these courses must be a South Asian history survey course or equivalent. Not more than three of the six courses can come from any one discipline. Cross-listed courses can be counted only once, but may be considered as being in either of the departments in which they are listed. Courses taken as part of university-approved study abroad programs in South Asia may be included in the six, subject to the approval of a faculty adviser. Consult the program for a list of courses.

Survey Courses

01:195:243  Introduction to the Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:195:249  Modern Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:450:341  South Asia (3)

01:508:230  The Making of Modern India and Pakistan
(3)

Elective Courses (five courses required)

01:013:146  Elementary Bengali I (4)

01:013:147  Elementary Bengali II (4)

01:013:160  Elementary Hindi I (4)

01:013:161  Elementary Hindi II (4)

01:013:170  Elementary Malayalam (4)

01:013:176 or 01:723:176  Elementary Persian I (4)

01:013:180  Elementary Sanskrit I (4)

01:013:181  Elementary Sanskrit II (4)

01:013:201  Crossroads: Classical Literatures of Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia (3)

01:013:231  Introduction to the Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:013:232  Women Writers of South Asia (3)

01:013:246  Intermediate Bengali (4)

01:013:247  Intermediate Bengali (4) 

01:013:260  Intermediate Hindi I (3)

01:013:261  Intermediate Hindi II (3)

01:013:276 or 01:723:276  Intermediate Persian I (4)

01:013:280  Intermediate Sanskrit I (4)

01:013:281  Intermediate Sanskrit II (4)

01:013:307  Introduction to Postcolonial Literatures and Theories (3)

01:013:331  Modern Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:013:337  Film and Literature in South Asia (3)

01:013:360  Advanced Hindi I(4)

01:013:361  Advanced Hindi II (4)

01:013:365  Bollywood (3)

01:013:376 or 01:723:376  Advanced Persian (3)

01:013:433  Modern Urdu Literature and Popular Culture (3)

01:013:439  Gender, Nation, and Literature in South Asia (3)

01:070:244  Ethnographies of South Asia (3)

01:070:389  Ethnography of Gender in South Asia (3)

01:082:205  Introduction to Asian Art (3)

01:082:206  Art of India (3)

01:098:321  Interdisciplinary Topics in South Asia (3)

01:195:232  Women Writers of South Asia (3)

01:195:243  Introduction to the Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:195:249  Modern Literatures of South Asia (3)

01:220:357  Economics of India (3)

01:450:341  South Asia (3)

01:508:230  The Making of Modern India and Pakistan (3)

01:508:231  Early Civilizations of South Asia (3)

01:508:240  Classical Asia (3)

01:508:330  Early Modern South Asia, 1500-1800 (3)

01:508:331  Women in South Asian History (3)

01:508:332  Slavery in South Asian History (3)

01:508:333  Culture and Power in South Asia (3)

01:508:335  Modern South Asia (3)

01:508:336  South Asia, 1947-Present (3)

01:508:337  Pirates, Pilgrims, and Poets: Globalization in Indian Ocean History (3)

01:730:368  Hindu Philosophy (3)

01:730:369  Buddhist Philosophy (3)

01:730:374  Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism (3)

01:840:203  Islamic Scriptures (3)

01:840:204  Hindu Scriptures (3)

01:840:205  Buddhist Scriptures (3)

01:840:211  Religion in Asia (3)

01:840:224  Hinduism (3)

01:840:321  Yoga: History and Philosophy (3)

01:840:323  Buddhism (3)

01:840:326  Islam (3)

01:840:345  Hindu Gurus in the West (3)

01:840:357  Krishna (3)

01:840:358  Bhagvad Gita (3)

01:840:364  Sikhism and North Indian History (3)

01:840:366  Yoga of Devotion: Bhakti (3)

01:840:368  Hindu Philosophy (3)

01:840:369  Buddhist Philosophy (3)

01:840:374  Islamic Philosophy (3)

01:840:403  Seminar on the Vedanta Sutras (3)

01:840:405  Western Encounter with Hinduism (3)

01:840:423  Seminar in Buddism (3)

01:988:310  South Asian Feminisms (3)

01:988:389  Ethnography of Gender in South Asia (3)

The following courses vary in their South Asian component. Students should discuss course content with the instructor and obtain prior permission from Asher Ghertner, director, South Asian studies program (a.ghertner@rutgers.edu), in order for these courses to count toward the minor in South Asian studies.

01:013:301  Cinemas of Africa and Asia (3)

01:070:293,294,295  Issues in Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology (3,3,3)

01:070:308  Anthropology of Religion (3)

01:070:293,294,295  Issues in Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology (3,3,3)

01:070:320  Diaspora, Race, and Ethnicity in the United States (3)

01:790:315  Politics and Culture (3)

01:790:424  Gender and Political Economy (3)

01:840:294  Topics: Study of Religion (3)

01:840:356  Sufism: Mystical Islam (3)

01:840:423  Seminar in Buddhism (3)

 
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