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EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

Professors J. Chaves, Y.-K. Kim-Renaud (Chair), S. Hamano

Associate Professor P.N. Zhang

Assistant Professors I.L. Hanami, L. Chen

Teaching Assistant Professors H. Dong, M.D. Pak, T. Tsujioka

Teaching Instructor M. Wei

Professorial Lecturers J. Finch, M. Frost

Lecturers W.K. Cavanaugh, Y. Kang, M. Sato

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Chinese language and literature—The following requirements must be fulfilled:

1. The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.

2. Prerequisite courses—Chin 1001-2, 2003-4; or equivalent.

3. Required for the major—Chin 3105-6, 4107-8, 3109-10, 3111-12, and 12 additional credit hours of upper-division Chinese courses; plus 6 hours in related upper-division courses outside the program, as approved by the program advisor.

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Japanese language and literature—The following requirements must be fulfilled:

1. The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.

2. Prerequisite courses—Japn 1001-2, 2003-4; or equivalent.

3. Required for the major—Japn 3105-6, 4109, 3111-12, and 18 additional credit hours of upper-division Japanese courses; plus 9 hours in related upper-division courses outside the program, as approved by the program advisor.

Minor in Chinese language and literature—Prerequisite: Chin 1001-2, 2003-4; or equivalent. The minor consists of Chin 3105-6 and 12 additional credit hours of upper-division Chinese courses.

Minor in Japanese language and literature—Prerequisite: Japn 1001-2, 2003-4; or equivalent. The minor consists of Japn 3105-6 and 12 additional credit hours of upper-division Japanese courses.

Minor in Korean language and literature—Prerequisite: Kor 1001-2, 2003-4; or equivalent. The minor consists of Kor 3105-6 and 12 additional credit hours of upper-division Korean courses.

Courses

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

1075 East Asian Calligraphy (3) Staff
  Writing of Chinese characters with traditional writing implements. No knowledge of the language required. Covers the history, aesthetics, and philosophy of East Asian scripts and calligraphy and their relationships to paintings, seal carving, and literature. Same as FA 1075. (Fall and spring)
3811 Confucian Literature in East Asia (3) Staff
  Same as Rel 3811.
3814 Religion and Philosophy in East Asia (3) Staff
  Same as Rel 3814.
3821 Religion and Ethics in East Asia (3) Staff
  Same as Rel 3821.
3831 Daoism in East Asia (3) Staff
  Same as Rel 3831.
3832 Myth, Ritual, and Popular Religion in China (3) Staff
  Same as Rel 3832.
4197 Independent Study (1 to 3) Staff
  Departmental approval is required to register.

 

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Information in this bulletin is generally accurate as of fall 2012. The University reserves the right to change courses, programs, fees, and the academic calendar, or to make other changes deemed necessary or desirable, giving advance notice of change when possible.