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Fall 2017 China Studies Related Courses

East Asian Languages and Cultures

  • Elementary Chinese 1A & 1B
  • Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 1X
  • Elementary Chinese for Dialect Speakers 1Y
  • Intermediate Chinese 10A
  • Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 10X
  • Advanced Chinese 100A
  • Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 100XA
  • Advanced Chinese for Dialect Speakers 100YA
  • Fourth-Year Readings (Chinese): Social Sciences and History 102B
  • Introduction of Premodern Chinese Literature 7A
  • Introduction to Literary Chinese 110A
  • Fifth-Year Readings: Reading and Analysis of Advanced Chinese Texts 111
  • Chinese Thought in the Han Dynasty 5I
  • Readings in Medieval Prose (Chinese) 136
  • Reading Chinese Cities 158
  • Contemporary Chinese Language Cinema 172
  • Traditional Chinese Drama 178
  • Early Chinese Thought 222
  • Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts C223
  • Late Imperial Fiction and Drama: "Interiority and the Object: Literature and Painting of the Ming-Qing" 255
  • Modern Chinese Cultural Studies 280
  • *East Asian, Mongolian, and Tibetan Studies (please click on department link)

History

  • Global History 1
  • What Matters in Being Chinese: past and present 6A
  • Imperial China and the World 116G
  • Topics in Chinese History: Chinese Popular Culture 117A
  • Luoyang in Eastern Han 280F.003
  • Religion, Superstition, and Secularism in Modern China 103F.001

Political Science

  • Northeast Asian Politics: China 143A
  • Junior Seminar: Chinese Foreign Policy 191
  • Collective Action in China 244D

Philosophy

  • Chinese Philosophy 153

Economics

  • Comparative Economics 260A

Rhetoric

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Fall 2017.)

Sociology

  • Contemporary Chinese Society 173
  • East Asia in the Age of Globalization 179

Anthropology

  • Archaeology of East Asia C125A
  • Posthumanity? 189
  • Fundamentals of Anthropological Theory 240A

History of Art

  • Asia Modern: Art + Architecture, 1800-present 36
  • Sacred Arts in China 131A

Buddhist Studies

  • *Courses are cross-listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures

Comparative Literature

  • Trivial objects and superfluous details R1B.003

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Berkeley School of Law

Ethnic Studies

Film Media Studies

  • Auteur Theory: The “New Wave” and Contemporary Chinese Film Auteurs

Geography



Spring 2017 China Studies Related Courses

East Asian Languages and Cultures

  • Elementary Chinese 1A & 1B
  • Introduction of Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 7B
  • Intermediate Chinese 10B
  • Intermediate Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 10X
  • Elementary Chinese for Dialect Speakers 10Y
  • Advanced Chinese 100B
  • Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 100XB
  • Advanced Chinese for Dialect Speakers 100YB
  • Fourth-Year Chinese Readings: Literature 101
  • Introduction to Literary Chinese 110B
  • Fifth-Year Readings: Chinese for Research and Professional Use 112
  • Readings in Vernacular Chinese Literature: "Alien Lands and Inner Quests: Traditions of the Journey to the West (Xi you ji)" 155
  • Reading the Zhuangzi 221
  • Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts C223
  • Late Imperial Fiction and Drama: "Visuality/Materiality and Dream of the Red Chamber" 225
  • Dynamics of Romantic Core Values in East Asian Premodern Literature and Contemporary Film 105
  • Bio-Ethical Issues in East Asian Thought 110
  • East Asian Sixties 112
  • Buddhism in Contemporary Society C128
  • Tools and Methods in the Study of East Asian Philosophy and Religion 191
  • Elementary Mongolian 1B
  • Mongolian Buddhism C117
  • Elementary Tibetan 1B
  • Contemporary Tibet 115
  • Readings in Tibetan Buddhist Texts C224

History

  • The Medieval Foundations of Modern Europe and China 2
  • Introduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao 6B
  • Freshman Seminar — Chinese Bodies: Medicine, Health, Gender and Sex 24
  • China's Urban History 100F
  • Mongol Empire 100F
  • Chinese Popular Culture 117A
  • Late Imperial and Modern China: Research Seminar on Historical Documents 280G.001
  • History Proseminar 103F
  • Frontier History 103U.003
  • Law and Comparative Empire 103U.002
  • Travels to the Land of the Indians 103F.001
  • Asian Worldviews 101.013

Political Science

  • Selected Topics in Comparative Politics: THE RISE AND FALL OF WORLD COMMUNISM IN THE 20TH CENTURY 140L
  • Political Economy of China 143E
  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EAST ASIA 245B

Philosophy

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Spring 2017.)

Economics

  • Topics in Economic Research, 191

Rhetoric

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Spring 2017.)

Sociology

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Spring 2017.)

Anthropology

  • Anthropology of China 170

Art History

  • Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Art for the Masses: Propaganda Art in Twentieth Century China R1B
  • Undergraduate Seminar: Where is Home? Issues of Tradition and belonging in Contemporary Asian arts HA 192A.2

Buddhist Studies

  • *Courses are cross-listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures

Comparative Literature

  • 240.002: STUDIES IN THE RELATIONS BETWEEN LITERATURE AND THE OTHER ARTS: EAST ASIAN MEDIA II
  • 254: STUDIES IN EAST-WEST LITERARY RELATIONS

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Ethnic Studies

Film Media Studies

  • *Cross listed courses with East Asian Languages and Culture

Geography

  • GEOGRAPHY 164: THE GEOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA
  • GEOGRAPHY 215: SEMINAR IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Fall 2016 China Studies Related Courses

East Asian Languages and Cultures

  • Elementary Chinese 1A
  • Elementary Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 1X
  • Elementary Chinese for Dialect Speakers 1Y
  • Introduction of Premodern Chinese Literature 7A
  • Intermediate Chinese 10A
  • Advanced Chinese 100A
  • Advanced Chinese for Mandarin Speakers 100AX
  • Advanced Chinese for Dialect Speakers 100AY
  • Fourth-Year Chinese Readings: Social Sciences and History 102
  • Introduction to Literary Chinese 110A
  • Fifth-Year Readings: Reading and Analysis of Advanced Chinese Texts 111
  • Topics in Daoism 130
  • Reading Taiwan 153
  • Modern Chinese Literature 156
  • Contemporary Chinese Language Cinema: The 'New Wave' and Contemporary Chinese Film Auteurs 172
  • Confucius and His Interpreters 186
  • Texts on the Civilization of Medieval China 234
  • Early Chinese Thought: "Ghosts in Early China" 222
  • Modern Chinese Cultural Studies: "Close Reading, Critical Listening, Thinking Far Away" 280
  • Introduction to the Study of Buddhism C50
  • Buddhism on the Silk Road C120
  • Archaeology of East Asia C175
  • Proseminar: Approaches to East Asian Studies 200
  • Elementary Mongolian 1A
  • Literary Mongolian 110
  • Elementary Tibetan 1A
  • Intensive Readings in Tibetan 110A
  • Tibetan Buddhism C114
  • The Politics of Modern Tibet 118
  • Readings in Tibetan Buddhist Texts C224

History

  • History of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest 6A
  • Freshman/Sophomore Seminar: The Chinese Detective 39N
  • Special Topics in Asian History: The Politics of Modern Tibet 100F.001
  • Special Topics in Comparative History: World War II 100U.001
  • 20th-Century China: Post- Cold War Readings of Chinese Lives and Times 116D
  • History of Nationalism in Asia 280F.001
  • Self and Society in the Chinese Tradition 280F.002

Political Science

  • NORTHEAST ASIAN POLITICS: CHINA 143A
  • Political Economy of China 143E
  • AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY TOWARD ASIA 144
  • JUNIOR SEMINAR: Chinese Politics in the Reform Era 191
  • Selected Topics in Comparative Politics: Chinese Foreign Policy 210

Philosophy

  • Confucius for Today 18

Economics

  • Chinese Economy 162

Rhetoric

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Fall 2016)

Sociology

  • EAST ASIA IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION 169

Anthropology

  • Anthropology of China 170
  • Archaeology of East Asia C125A

Art History

  • Allies, Lamas, and Protagonists: Buddhist Arts of Tibet and Mongolia 190A
  • Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Cultural Heritage: Theory, Practice, and Politics R1B
  • Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Food Writing Art Historically R1B

Buddhist Studies

  • *Courses are cross-listed with East Asian Languages and Cultures

Comparative Literature

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Fall 2016)

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Ethnic Studies

Film Media Studies

  • *Cross listed courses with East Asian Languages and Culture

Geography

  • (No Chinese Studies related courses during Fall 2016)


Summer 2016

All China-related courses for Summer 2016 are offered by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures. Please refer to the EALC department for more information.

Chinese 1: Elementary Chinese (Language Intensive)
M-F, 9-12, 2038 VLSB
Lihua Zhang
Session dates: 06/06–08/12/16

Chinese 1: Intermediate Chinese (Language Intensive)
M-F, 9-12P, 2032 VALLEY LSB
Lihua Zhang
Session Dates: 06/06–08/12/16

Chinese 7A: Introduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Culture
(Lecture + Discussion)
M-Th, 2-4, 130 Dwinelle
Instructor TBD
Session Dates: 05/23–07/01/16

Chinese 7B: Introduction to Modern Chinese Literature and Culture
(Lecture + Discussion)
MTuWTh 2-4P, 2038 VALLEY LSB
Instructor TBD
Session Dates: 07/05–08/12/16

Chinese 105: Business Chinese (Part of a travel abroad study program to Taiwan)

Chinese 134: Readings in Classical Chinese Poetry: How to read Chinese poetry
MTuWTh 10-12P, B56 HILDEBRAND
(Lecture)
Instructor Paula Varsano
Session Dates: 07/05–08/12/16

EALC 109: History of the Culture of Tea in China and Japan
(Lecture)
M-Th, 10-12, 109 Dwinelle
Instructor: John Wallace
Session Dates: 05/23–07/01/16


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