Fall 2022 Asian Studies Courses

Advising for Fall 2022 is available now through the start of classes (August 31, 2022).
Registration for current students begins on April 5, 2022. New students will be able to register at their orientation session this summer.

Only students with registration clearance from an advisor will be able to add classes to their Spring 2022 schedule. Asian Studies students can fill out this Google Form and set up a meeting with Dr. Oyen.

NEW! COURSE DETAILS ADDED: ASIA 300 – Modern East Asia – Tu/Th 10-11:15am – In Person – Prof. Kim
How do we understand modern East Asia? What events, developments, ideas, and individuals have shaped their national identities and created a New World order in this region? To explore these questions, this course examines China, Japan, and Korea from the mid-19 century to the present in terms of history, politics, society, and culture. It is designed to help students enhance their fundamental knowledge and critical thinking and analytical skills needed to evaluate the current issues and concerns of East Asia and to develop their own worldview. We will begin with the important historical events and developments of the 19th and 20th centuries that propelled political, social, economic, and cultural changes in East Asian societies as they shifted from traditional to modern. We will then address the complex dynamics of political and societal changes that currently transpire in these nations, including the evolving power dynamics and tensions between the haves and the have-nots, and between different ideologies and genders.


The following Fall 2022 classes count towards the requirements for the Asian Studies major, minor, and certificate. Where applicable, a class’s GEP attributes (“Arts and Humanities,” “Writing Intensive,” etc) have been indicated. If you have questions, please email us, and we’ll be happy to assist you!

ASIA 100

HIST 103

Prof. Kim

Prof. Vaporis

In Person – M/W 1-2:15

In Person T/Th 10-11:15

CHIN 101 (Sec. 01)

CHIN 101 (Sec. 02)

CHIN 201 (Sec. 01) (GEP: 201 Level)

CHIN 201 (Sec. 02) (GEP: 201 Level)

CHIN 301 (GEP: Culture)

CHIN 319

Prof. Liu

Prof. Liu

Prof. Liu

Prof. Liu

Prof. Brown

Prof. Brown

Hybrid – T/Th 10-11:15

Hybrid – T/Th 1-2:15

Hybrid – T/Th 2:30-3:45

Hybrid – T/Th 4-5:15

Hybrid – T/Th 2:30-3:45

Hybrid – T/Th 11:30-12:45

 

JPNS 101 (Sec. 01)

JPNS 101 (Sec. 02)

JPNS 101 (Sec. 03)

JPNS 101 (Sec. 04)

JPNS 101 (Sec. 05)

JPNS 201 (GEP: 201 Level)

JPNS 301

JPNS 309

Prof. Perry

Prof. Ogata

Prof. Ogata

Prof. Perry

Prof. Perry

Prof. Seat

Prof. Hoogenboom

Prof. Hoogenboom

Hybrid – M/W/F 10-10:50

Hybrid – T/Th 4-5:15

Hybrid – T/Th 5:30-6:45

Hybrid – M/W/F 11-11:50

Hybrid – M/W/F 1-1:50am

Hybrid – T/Th 11:30-12:45

In Person – T/Th 10-11:15

In Person – T/Th 11:30-12:45

 

KORE 101 (Sec. 01)

KORE 101 (Sec. 02)

KORE 101 (Sec. 03)

KORE 102

KORE 201 (Sec. 01) (GEP: 201 Level)

KORE 201 (Sec. 02) (GEP: 201-level)

KORE 202

KORE 301

KORE 302

KORE 309

Prof. Krippes

Prof. Krippes

Prof. Park

Prof. Kim

Prof. Krippes

Prof. Krippes

Prof. Park

Prof. Yoon

Prof. Bae

Prof. Yoon

Hybrid – T/Th 8:30-9:45

Hybrid – T/Th 11:30-12:45

Hybrid – T/Th 1-2:15

Hybrid – M/W 2:30-3:45

Hybrid – T/Th 10-11:15

Hybrid – T/Th 1-2:15

Hybrid – M/W 2:30-3:45

In Person – T/Th 11:30-12:45

In Person – M/W 4-5:15

In Person – T/Th 1-2:15

ASIA 300 Modern East Asia

ASIA 330 Dao of Intermedia (GEP: Arts and Humanities; Culture)
(cross-listed as ART 355)

ASIA 399 Internship in Asian Studies

ASIA 400 Independent Study

Prof. Kim

Prof. Chan

 

Prof. Oyen

Prof. Oyen

In Person – T/Th 10-11:15

In Person – M/W 10-11:50

 

TBD

TBD

 

AMST 375 Studies in Asian American Culture (GEP: Arts and Humanities; Culture)

Prof. Bhalla

In Person – M/W 10-11:15

 

ECON 382 Asian Economic History (GEP: Culture; Social Sciences; Writing Intensive)

Prof. Mitch

T/Th 2:30-3:45

 

HIST 202 Gunpowder, Merchants & Miniatures 

HIST 379 Women & Gender in Islam

HIST 480 Mao and After: History of Contemporary China

HIST 497 (Sec. 01) American Occupation of Japan (GEP: Writing Intensive) (pre-req: HIST 201)

Prof. Zaidi

Prof. Zaidi

Prof. He

 

Prof. Vaporis

In Person – T/Th 11:30-12:45

In Person – T/Th 2:30-3:45

Online – T/Th 6-7:15

 

In Person – T/Th 1-2:15

 

MLL 300 Cantonese Language and Culture

MLL 311 Intro to Korean Culture (GEP: Culture)

MLL 317 Images of Society in Contemporary Japanese Film (GEP: Culture)

MLL 328 Traditional Chinese Fiction & Drama (GEP: Culture; Arts and Humanities)

Prof. Tong

 

Prof. Yoon

 

Prof. Hoogenboom

 

Prof. Brown

In Person – M/W 3-3:50

 

In Person – T/Th 4-5:15

 

In Person – T/Th 1-2:15

 

Hybrid – Tu/Th 1-2:15

 

MUSC 230 Musics of the World (GEP: Arts & Humanities; Culture)

MUSC 310 Beginning Gamelan 

Prof. Beck

Prof. Beck

Online – Tu/Th 2:30-3:45

In Person – Tu/Th 1-2:15