Spring 2017

Anthropology

ASB 325

Peoples of Southeast Asia

Offered:TTh 9:00am–10:15am

Location:CPCOM213

Instructor:Jonsson

Description:Cultural-ecological perspective on the peoples of mainland and insular Southeast Asia. Subsistence modes, social organization, and the impact of modernization.

Art

ARS 475

Chinese Painting

Offered:TTh 10:30am–11:45am

Location:ART 220

Instructor:Brown

Description:From Ku K'ai-chin to Ch'i Pai-shih. Major artists, styles, and movements in Chinese painting. Meets non-Western art history requirement.

ARS 575

Approaches to Chinese Painting

Offered:TTh 10:30am–11:45am

Location:ART 220

Instructor:Brown

Description:Critical history of Chinese painting from Eastern Chou to 1911. Emphasis on masters, regional developments, and conceptual underpinnings.

ARS 591

Seminar: Text as Art

Offered:T 1:30pm–4:15pm

Location:MHall 120

Instructor:Brown

Description:A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.

History

HST ASB GCU REL POS SGS 240

Introduction to Southeast Asia

Offered:iCourse

Location:online

Instructor:Machander or Machander

Description:Interdisciplinary introduction to the cultures, religions, political systems, geography, and history of Southeast Asia.

HST 391 SGS 381

Modern Southeast Asia

Offered:MW 3:05pm–4:20pm

Location:ART 246

Instructor:Rush

Description:Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, and Philippines since 1750: imperialism, revolution, and independence.

HST 391

History of Southeast Asia

Location:Online

Instructor:Machander

Description:Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, and Philippines since 1750: imperialism, revolution, and independence.

HST 303

China, Japan and East Asia in World History

Location:online

Instructor:Machander

Description:Specialized topics in Asian history. Explores countries, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.

HST 303

Film and Politics in Colonial Asia

Offered:iCourse

Instructor:Lundry or Lundry

HST 452 CHI 452 SLC 452

Chinese Cultural History II

Offered:TTh 10:30am–11:45am

Location:LL102

Instructor:Tillman

Description:Evolution of Confucian thought, its synthesis with Taoism and Buddhism, and modern reactions against, and uses of, Confucian traditions.

HST 496

East, South, and Southeast Asia in the Global Matrix

Offered:M 12:00pm–2:45pm

Location:Coor 4401

Instructor:Rush

Description:In this capstone seminar, majors in Asia Studies take up broad comparative themes, integrating knowledge from the major's three tracks (East, South, and Southeast Asia) and executing a research project culminating in a major paper.

Religious Studies

REL 100

Religions of the World

Offered:iCourse

Instructor:Woodward or Woodward

Description:Introduces the history of religious traditions of the world, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and others.

Rel 100

Religions of the World

Offered:TTh 4:30pm–5:45pm

Location:PSH 152

Instructor:Kefeli

Description:Introduces the history of religious traditions of the world, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and others.

REL 346

Chinese Religions

Offered:TTh 9:00am–10:15am

Location:Coor L1-84

Instructor:Chen

Description:Examines the history and practices of Chinese religions with particular attention to culture, society, and history.

REL 351

Buddhism

Offered:iCourse

Location:online

Instructor:Nadir or Nadir

Description:Doctrines, practices, and institutions of the Buddhist religion, emphasizing its role in the history and culture of Asian societies.

REL 405

Religious Geography

Offered:T 12:00pm–2:45pm

Location:COOR 4581

Instructor:Feldhaus

Description:Selected topics in religious studies; involves students in research interests of instructor.

Political Science

POS 394

Future of War

Offered:iCourse

Instructor:Rothenberg or Rothenberg

Languages

CHI 101

First Year Chinese I

Offered:MTWThF 11:50am–12:50pm

Location:LL 263

Instructor:Chau

Description:Pronunciation, grammar, elementary conversation, and development of basic reading and writing skills. Standard dialect. 5 class hours.

CHI 101

First Year Chinese I

Offered:MTWThF 10:30am–11:45am

Location:LL 230

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Pronunciation, grammar, elementary conversation, and development of basic reading and writing skills. Standard dialect. 5 class hours.

CHI 102

First Year Chinese II

Offered:MTWThF 9:00am–10:30am

Location:LL 247

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Pronunciation, grammar, elementary conversation, and development of basic reading and writing skills. Standard dialect. 5 class hours.

CH 102

First Year Chinese II

Offered:MTWThF 10:30am–11:45am

Location:LL 249

Instructor:Zhang

CHI 102

First Year Chinese II

Offered:MTWThF 11:50am–12:50pm

Location:LL 249

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Pronunciation, grammar, elementary conversation, and development of basic reading and writing skills. Standard dialect. 5 class hours.

CHI 194

Gateway to China

Offered:iCourse

Instructor:Liao or Liao

Description:Covers topics of immediate or special interest to a faculty member and students.

CHI 201

Second Year Chinese I

Offered:MTWThF 10:30am–11:45am

Location:LL 109

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Systematic review of grammar. Development of vocabulary through reading and writing. Drill in aural/oral skills. 5 class hours.

CHI 202

Second Year Chinese II

Offered:MTWThF 10:30am–11:35am

Location:LL 262

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Systematic review of grammar. Development of vocabulary through reading and writing. Drill in aural/oral skills. 5 class hours.

CHI 202

Second Year Chinese II

Offered:MTWThF 11:50am–12:50pm

Location:LL 107

Instructor:Zhang

Description:Systematic review of grammar. Development of vocabulary through reading and writing. Drill in aural/oral skills. 5 class hours.

Chinese language instruction

Description:For more Chinese language courses please see: https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/classlist?s=CHI&t=2171&e=all&hon=F&promod=F

CHI 691

Chinese Thought

Offered:TTh 3:00pm–4:15pm

Location:LL 268

Instructor:Tillman

JPN 101

First Year Japanese I

Offered:MWF –

Location:LL 101

Instructor:Wong, Gahan

Description:There are four sections: 10:45-12:15; 12:55-2:25;

JPN 102

First Year Japanese II

Offered:MWF 12:55pm–2:25pm

Location:LL109

Instructor:Board

Description:There are two sections

JPN 115

Japanese Popular Culture

Offered:W 3:05pm–4:35pm

Location:LL13

Instructor:Wilson

JPN 201

Second-Year Japanese I

Offered:MWF 11:50am–1:20pm

Location:LL13

Instructor:Wilson

JPN 202

Second Year Japanese II

Offered:MWF 11:50am–1:20pm

Location:LL 108

Instructor:Shimomura

JPN 206

Japanese Calligraphy

Offered:F 10:45am–11:35am

Location:LL114

Instructor:Wilson

Upper Division Japanese Courses

Description:For more upper division Japanese courses, please consult the ASU course catalogue: https://webapp4.asu.edu/catalog/classlist?s=JPN&t=2171&e=all&hon=F&promod=F

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