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Spring 2020

 

African American and African Studies (AFAMAST)

4921 | Intersections: Approaches to Race, Gender, Class, and Sexuality M 9:35am-12:20pm, Denney Hall 214, Kelly Fulkerson-Dikuua

 

Chinese

2451 | Chinese Literature in Translation T/Th 3:55-5:15pm, Stillman Hall 235, Wenbo Chang

4404 | Chinese Drama T/Th 3:55-5:15pm, Journalism Bldg 239, Patricia Sieber

4405 | China in Chinese Film M 2:15-5pm & W 2:20-3:40pm, Mendenhall Lab 115, Kirk Denton

4407 | Eco Literature in China W/F 2:20-3:40, University Hall 028, Mark Bender

 

Communications (COMM)

3668 | Intercultural Communication T/Th 2:20-3:40pm, Knowlton Hall 250, Olga Kamenchuk Nisbet

4445 | Stereotypes in Media M 3:00-4:50pm, Journalism Bldg 360, Felecia Ross

 

Comparative Studies (COMPSTD)

2105 | Literature and Ethnicity W/F 12:45-2:05pm, Cockins Hall 312, Maurice Stevens

2321 | Introduction to Asian American Studies T/Th 9:35-10:55am, Eunice Uhm

 

English

2281 | Introduction to African-American Literature M/W 2:20-3:40pm, Bolz Hall 314, Andrew Williams

2281 | Introduction to African-American Literature M/W 3:55-5:15pm, Bolz Hall 311, Andrew Williams

4583 | Special Topics in World Literature in English T/Th 5:30-6:50pm, Denney Hall 214, Adeleke Adeeko

4587 | Studies in Asian American Literature and Culture W/F 11:10am-12:30pm, Denney Hall 238, Pranav Jani

 

History of Art (HISTART)

2003 | The Art and Visual Culture of East Asia M/W 11:30-12:25pm, CBEC 130, Christina Mathison

4815 | Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art W/F 11:10am-12:30pm, Location TBD, Julia Andrews

5816 | Images of the Mind: Chinese Painting of the Yuan and Ming Periods (1279-1644) T/Th 12:45-2:05pm, Location TBD, Julia Andrews

 

History

2080 | African American History to 1877 T/Th 12:45-2:05pm, University Hall 086, Stephanie Shaw

2401 | History of East Asian in the Pre-Modern Era, ONLINE, Ryan Schultz

2610 | Introduction to Women and Gender in the U.S. T/Th 8:00am-9:20am, Denney Hall 214, Maxine Wagenhoffer

2750 | Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History, ONLINE, Maysan Haydar

3080 | Slavery in the United States T/Th 9:35am-10:55am, Baker Systems 198, Joan Cashin

3403 | History of Early Modern China: 14th-18th century W 12:45-2:05pm, Mendenhall Lab 131, Ying Zhang

3410 | Studies in Chinese History M/W 11:10am-12:30pm, Bolz Hall 313, Christopher Reed

3411 | Gender and Sexuality in China W 9:35am-10:55am, Watts Hall 395, Ying Zhang

International Studies (INTSTDS)

2050 | Introduction to China and Japan T/Th 11:10am-12:30pm, Mendenhall Lab 115, Young-Bae Hwang

 

Japanese

2231 | Elements of Japanese Culture M 2:15-5pm, Hagerty Hall 359, Mineharu Nakayama

2231 | Elements of Japanese Culture T/Th 2:20-3:40pm, Mendenhall Lab 115, Mineharu Nakayama

2451 | Japanese Literature in Translation W/F 2:20-3:40pm, Denney Hall 238, Shelley Quinn

5400 | Performance Traditions in Japan T/Th 2:20-3:40pm, Hagerty Hall 259, Shelley Quinn

 

Korean

2231 | Elements in Korean Culture T/Th 2:20-3:40pm, Campbell Hall 209, Danielle Pyun

2451 | Korean Literature in Translation T/Th 3:55-5:15pm, Scott Lab N050, Pil Ho Kim

5256 | Interdisciplinary Topics in Korean Politics and Society W/F 2:20-3:40pm, Pil Ho Kim

 

Linguistics

3602| Language and Social Identity in the U.S. W/F 9:35-10:55am, Page Hall 010, Shawntel Barreriro

 

Philosophy

2120 | Asian Philosophies T/Th 11:10am-12:30pm, Hagerty Hall 180, Steven Brown

 

Political Science

3220 | Politics of the Developing World M/W/F 2:20-3:40pm, Ramseyer Hall 110, Timothy Clott

3220 | Politics of the Developing World W/F 11:10am-12:30pm, Page Hall 010, Erin Lin

 

Religious Studies

5871 | The Japanese Religious Tradition T 2:15-5pm, Hagerty Hall 451, Melissa Curley

 

Sociology

3463 | Social Stratifications: Race, Class, and Gender W/F 9:35am-10:55am, Denney Hall 238, Adam Long

3463 | Social Stratifications: Race, Class, and Gender T/Th 2:20-3:40pm, Arps Hall 012, Laurie Michaels

3463 | Social Stratifications: Race, Class, and Gender, ONLINE, Michelle Oyakawa

 

Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies (WGSST)

2367.04 | Black Women Writers: Text and Context W/F 12:45-2:05pm, Evans Lab 2002, Mahaliah Little


Autumn 2019
 

Chinese

2231 | Traditional Chinese Culture W/F, 11:10 am –12:30 pm, Jennings Hall 140, Zhiguo Xie

2451 | Chinese Literature in Translation T/Th 3:55 pm–5:15 pm, Ramseyer Hall 100, Meow Hui Goh

4403 | Modern Chinese Literature in Translation T/Th 3:55 pm-5:15 pm, Mendenhall Lab 125, Kirk Denton

4405 | Performance Traditions of China W, 2:15 pm–5:00 pm, University Hall, Mark Bender

 

Communications (COMM)

3669 | Intercultural Communications T/Th, 12:45 pm –2:05 pm, Remseyer Hall 059, Lanier F Holt

 

Comparative Studies (COMPSTD)

2105 | Literature and Ethnicity T/Th, 9:35 am- 10:55 am, Cockins Hall 218, Kwaku Larbi Korang

2322 | Introduction to Latino Studies T/Th 9:35 am-10:55 am, Hayes Hall 024, Danielle Orozco

2360 | Introduction to Comparative Cultural Studies, W/F, 11:10 am-12:30 pm, University Hall 038, Franco Barchiesi

4921 | Intersections: Approaches to Race, Gender, Class… W/F, 9:35 am-10:55 pm, Hale Hall 110B, Maurice Stevens

 

East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL)

3223 | Buddhist Tradition T/Th, 2:20 pm- 3:40 pm, Hayes Hall 005, Patricia Sieber

 

English

2281 | Introduction to African-American Literature, T/Th, 5:30 pm -6:50 pm, Denney 206, Koritha Mitchell

4581 | Special Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literatures T/Th, 11:10 am- 12:30 pm, Macquigg Lab 162, Martin Ponce

4582 | Special Topics in African-American Literature T/Th, 3:55 pm- 5:15 pm, McPherson Chemical Lab, Koritha Mitchell

 

History of Art (HISTART)

2003 | The Art and Visual Culture of East Asia M/W, 5:30 pm-6:50 pm, Pomerene Hall 260, TBA

2003H | The Art and Visual Culture of East Asia T/Th, 12:45 pm – 2:05 pm, Evans Lab 2003, Julia Andrews

4825 | From Modernism to Manga T/Th, 2:20 am-3:40 am, Knowlton Hall 195, Namiko Kunimoto

5816 | Chinese Painting Yuan/Ming T/Th, 8:05 am-10:o5 am, Hayes Hall 24, Multiple Instructors

 

History

2070 | Introduction to Native American History ONLINE, TBA, Delano Lopez

2392 | Contemporary India and South Asia, ONLINE, TBA, Mytheli Sreenivas

2401 | History of East Asia in the Pre-Modern Era, ONLINE, TBA, Ying Zhang

2610H | Introduction to Women and Gender in the U.S., T/Th, 11:10 am-12:30 pm, Enarson 218, Joan Flores-Villalobos

2750 | Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration, T/Th, 3:55 pm-5:15 pm, Smith Lab 1048, Maysan Haydar

3017 | The Sixties, M/W/F, 11:30 am-12:25 pm, Smith Lab 1009, David Steigerwald

3070 | Native American History, W/F, 11:10 am-12:30 pm, Caldwell Lab 177, Margaret Newell

3080 | Slavery in the United States, T/Th, 9:35 am-10:55 am, Bolz Hall 118, Joan Cashin

3083 | Civil Rights and Black Power Movement, T/Th, 12:45 pm-2:05 pm, Evans Lab 2004, Hasan Jeffries

3411 | Gender and Sexuality in China, W 9:35 am-10:55 am, Caldwell Lab 177, Ying Zhang

3425 | History of Japan Before 1800, M/W/F, 10:20 am-11:15 am, Denney Hall 214, Philip Brown

3426 | History of Modern Japan, M/W/F, 12:40 pm-1:35 pm, Ramseyer Hall 009, Philip Brown

4080 | Readings in African American History, Th, 2:15 pm-5:00 pm, Stephanie Shaw

 

International Studies (INTSTDS)

2050 | Introduction to China and Japan, M/W/F, 10:20 am-11:15 pm, Campbell Hall 335, Young-Bae Hwang

 

Spanish

2242 | Introduction to Latino Studies T/Th, 9:35 am – 10:55 am, Hayes Hall 024, Danielle Orozco

 

Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

*2367.01 | U.S. Women Writers: Text and Context - "Asian American Women" ONLINE, Juwon Lee (#23693)


Summer 2019

Political Science
3220 | Politics of the Developing World Wed/Fri 9:00 am – 12:10 pm, Macquigg Laboratory - Room: 160, TBA, 5/8/19 – 6/17/19

A general introduction to the theoretical and substantive literature dealing with the historical development and contemporary characteristics of the new states of Asia and Africa. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 541. GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources and diversity global studies course.

Philosophy
2120 | Asian Philosophies Tues/Thur, 12:40 pm- 3:00 pm, Mendenhall Laboratory - Room: 185, TBA, 6/4/19 – 7/26/19

A survey including at least three of the following philosophical systems of Asia: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 215. GE lit and diversity global studies course.

Sociology
3463 | Social Stratification: Race, Class and Gender Mon/Wed/Fri, 1:30 pm- 3:05 pm, Mendenhall Laboratory - Room: 115, TBA, 6/4/19 – 7/26/19

The study of social inequality with a focus on inequalities by class and status, race and ethnicity, and gender. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 463. GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources course.


Spring 2019

 

Chinese

2231 | Traditional Chinese Culture Tues/Thur, 11:10 am –12:30 pm, Hayes Hall 24, Professor Zhiguo Xie

2451 | Chinese Literature in Translation Wed/Fri 11:10 am –12:30 pm, Townshend 225, Professor Meow Hui Goh

4405 | China in Chinese Film Mon 2:15 pm–5:00 pm, Denney 214, Professor Kirk Alexander Denton

4405 | China in Chinese Film Wed 2:20 pm–3:40 pm, Denney 214, Professor Kirk Alexander Denton

 

Communications (COMM)

3669 | Intercultural Communications Tues/Thur, 2:20 pm –3:40 pm, Smith Lab 1005, Professor Lanier F Holt

4445 | Stereotypes in Media Mon 3:00 pm- 4 :50 pm, Journalism 360, Professor Felecia Gilmore Ross

 

Comparative Studies (COMPSTD)

2105 | Literature and Ethnicity Wed/Fri, 9:35 am- 10:55 am, Jennings 140, Professor Maurice E. Stevens

2321 | Introduction Asian American Studies Wed/Fri, 12:45 pm- 2:05 pm, Macquigg 161, Professor Martin Ponce

 

East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL)

3223 | Buddhist Tradition Wed/Fri, 3:55 pm- 5:15 pm, TBA

 

English

4582 | Studies African American Lit Wed/Fri, 3:55 pm- 5:15 pm, Journalism 304, Professor Andrea Nicole Williams

4583 | Special Topics World Literature in English Wed/Fri, 2:20 pm -3:40 pm, Denney 209, Professor Pranav Jani

4587 | Asian American Literature & Culture Wed/Fri, 11:10 am- 12:30 pm, Denney 238, Professor Martin Ponce

 

History of Art (HISTART)

2003 | East Asian Art Multiple Faculty & Sections, see website

4016 | Senior Research Seminar in History of Art, Tues/Thur, 2:20 pm – 3:40 pm, TBA, Professor Namiko Kunimoto

4810 | The Arts of China Multiple Sections Tue/Thur, 12:45 pm- 2:05 pm, TBA

4815 | Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art Tue/Thur, 9:35 am-10:55 am, TBA, Multiple Faculty

2075 | Latino/a History Tues/Thur, 11:10 am- 12:30 pm, Scott Lab E125, Joan Flores-Villalobos

 

History

2080 | African American History to 1877 Tues/Thur, 3:55 pm- 5:15 pm, U Hall 38, Stephanie J Shaw


Autumn 2018

 

Asian American Studies Courses

 

Comparative Studies

4921: Intersection: Approaches to Race, Gender, Class, and Sexuality (cross-listed with WGGST 4921 - class no. 33743 and AFAMST 4921 - class no. 16385)
     6748, WF 9:35-10:55 AM, Hale Hall 110B, Maurice Stevens

History

3612: Asian American Women (cross-listed with WGSST 4401 - class no. 33626)
     34163, TR 11:10 AM-12:30 PM, McPherson 1041, Juno Parrenas

 

Asian American Studies Electives

 

African American and African Studies

2281: Introduction to African-American Literature (cross-listed with ENGLISH 2281 - class no. 16179)
      16719, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Hopkins Hall 246, Koritha Mitchell

2367.04: Black Women Writers: Text and Context 
     18372, WF 12:45-2:05 PM, Smith Lab 1180, Mahaliah Little (cross-listed with WGSST 2367.04 - class no. 16064)
     17576, WF 11:10 AM-12:30PM, Denney Hall 268, Laura-Ashley Taylor (cross-listed with WGSST 2367.04 - class no. 34527) 

3083: Civil Rights and Black Power Movements (cross-listed with HISTORY 3083 - class no. 34460)
     16382, TR 11:10 AM-12:30 PM, Journalism Building 375, Alessandra Rios and Kenneth Goings

3361: Psychology of Black Expression
      17577, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, McPherson 1005, Linda Myers

4504: Black Politics
      16872, WF 9:35-10:55 AM, Arps Hall 338, Judson Jeffries

Chinese

2451: Literature in Translation
      6259, TR 11:10 AM-12:30 PM, Mendenhall 191, Meow Goh

4403: Modern Chinese Literature Translation
     16263, WF 2:20-3:40 PM, Derby Hall 80, Kirk Denton

4404: Chinese Drama
     33037, WF 3:55-5:15 PM, Denney Hall 214, Patricia Sieber

5400: Performance Traditions
     33064, T 2:15-5:00 PM, TBA, Mark Bender

Communications

3668: Intercultural Communication
      6389, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Ramseyer Hall 59, Olga Kamenchuk

4445: Stereotypes in Media
      15591, TR 11:10-12:30 PM, Journalism Building 360, Osei Appiah

Comparative Studies

2105: Literature and Ethnicity
      6635, WF 12:45-2:05 PM, McPherson 1035, Kwaku Korang

2322: Introduction to Latino Studies
      13078, TR 9:35-10:55 AM, Gateway Film Center House 1, Frederick Aldama

2360: Introduction to Comparative Cultural Studies
      6650, WF 12:45-2:05 PM, Knowlton Hall 195, Franco Barchiesi

English

2281: Introduction to African-American Literature (cross-listed with AFAMAST 2281 - class no. 16691)
      16719, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Hopkins Hall 246, Koritha Mitchell

4583: Special Topics in World Literature - Afropolitans and Afropolitanism
      8005, TR 9:35-10:55 AM, Denney Hall 250, Adeleke Adeeko

Geography

5601: Foucault, Power, Governance
      16250, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Denney Hall 214, Nancy Ettlinger

History of Art

2003: The Art and Visual Culture of East Asia
      8308, MW 10:20-11:15 AM, McPherson Lab 1015, TBA (Lecture Section)
      8309, R 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, Denney Hall 207, TBA (Recitation Section)
      8310, R 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, Cockins Hall 228, TBA (Recitation Section)
      15712, F 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, University Hall 51, TBA (Recitation Section)
      16480, F 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, McPherson Lab 1008, TBA (Recitation Section)

4825: Modern and Contemporary Art in Japan
     33791, TR 2:20-3:40 PM, Campbell Hall 213, Namiko Kunimoto

5815: Chinese Painting of the Tang and Song Periods (618-1279)
      33781, TR 9:35-10:55 AM, Pomerene Hall 150, Julia Andrews

History

2393: Contemporary India and South Asia
     17200, WF, ONLINE, Mytheli Sreenivas

2610H: U.S. Women and Gender
      33099, TR 11:10 AM-12:30 PM, Dulles Hall 27, Katherine Marino

2752: Social Reform Movements in U.S. History
      34818, TR 8:00 AM-9:20 AM, Denney Hall 214, Ilnyun Kim

3010: Colonial North America to 1763
     32969, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Bolz Hall 118, John Brooke

3012: Antebellum America
     33311, TR 9:35-10:55 AM, Caldwell 177, Joan Cashin

3083: Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
     16260, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Campbell 335, Hasan Jeffries
     34460, TR 11:10 AM-12:30 PM, Journalism Building 375, Kenneth Goings (cross-listed with AFAMAST 3083, class no. 16382)

3085: African American History Through Contemporary Film
     17190, M 12:40-3:25 PM, Psychology 10, Hasan Jeffries

3403: History of Early Modern China
     33811, TR 9:35-10:55 AM, Ramseyer Hall 100, Ying Zhang

3404: Modern China 1750-1949
     33091, TR 2:20-3:40 PM, Ramseyer Hall 100, Christopher Reed

3410: Studies in Chinese History
     33092, WF 2:20-3:40 PM, Hopkins Hall 246, Christopher Reed

3425: History of Japan to 1800
     33143, MWF 10:20-11:15 AM, Cockins Hall 218, Philip Brown

3580: Vietnam War
     34171, ONLINE - SECOND SESSION, Sarah Douglas

4080: Readings in African American History
     34176, W 12:45-3:30 PM, Dulles Hall 168, Stephanie Shaw

International Studies

2050: Introduction to China and Japan
     8360, MWF 10:20 AM-11:15 AM, Lazenby Hall 34, Young-Bae Hwang

Japanese

2231: Elements of Japanese Culture
     8375, MWF 1:50-2:45 PM, McPherson 1041, Richard Torrance

2451: Japanese Literature in Translation
     8376, TR 2:20-3:40 PM, Mendenhall 115, Shelley Quinn

4401: Japanese Literature and Film in Critical Perspective
     16249, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Smith Lab 2144, Richard Torrance

5400: Performance Traditions of Japan
     15631, WF 2:20-3:40 PM, Enarson Classroom 326, Shelley Quinn

5454: Japanese Literature: Classical Period
     15626, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Derby Hall 62, Naomi Fukumori

Korean

2231: Elements of Korean Culture
     8448, TR 2:20-3:40 PM, Denney Hall 238, Pil Ho Kim

2451: Korean Literature in Translation
     16342, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Mendenhall 131, Chan Park

5400: Performance Traditions
     17198, M 2:15-5:00 PM, Derby Hall 30, Chan Park

Linguistics

3602: Language and Social Identity in the U.S.
      34246, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Denney Hall 214, Julia Papke

Philosophy

2120: Asian Philosophies
     17763, MWF 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, Hagerty Hall 180, Steven Brown

Political Science

3220: Politics of the Developing World
     11678, WF 3:55-5:15 PM, Page Hall 20, Erin Lin

4140: Black Politics
     16755, WF 9:35-10:55 AM, Arps Hall 388, Judson Jeffries

Sociology

3463: Social Stratification: Race, Class, and Gender
     12085, WF 2:20-3:40 PM, Ramseyer Hall 59, Adam Long & Chenyao Zhang
     12916, TR 12:45-2:05 PM, Psychology 10, Natasha Quadlin
     12917, MW 5:30-6:50 PM, Lazenby Hall 34, Jeffrey Stotik

3463H: Social Stratification: Race, Class, and Gender
      33075, TR 3:55-5:15 PM, Bolz Hall 116, Adam Long

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

2340: Latina Experience in the U.S.
      33623, WF 12:45-2:05 PM, Macquigg 161, Guisela LaTorre

2367.04: Black Women Writers: Text and Context 
     16064, WF 12:45-2:05 PM, Smith Lab 1180, Mahaliah Little (cross-listed with AFAMAST 2367.04, class no. 18372)
     34527, WF 11:10 AM-12:30PM, Denney Hall 268, Laura-Ashley Taylor (cross-listed with AFAMAST 2367.04, class no. 17576) 

 


Summer 2018

Asian American Studies Electives

Chinese
2232: Modern Cultures
     18565, TBA, Laurie Lynne Ogburn and Xiao-Bin Jian (8-Week Session 2)

Philosophy
2120: Asian Philosophies
     15309, TR 12:40-3:00 PM, 185 Mendenhall, TBA (8-Week Session 2)

Political Science
3220: Politics of the Developing World
     16795, WF 9:00 AM-12:10 PM, 120 Caldwell, TBA (6-Week Session2)

Sociology
3463: Social Stratification
     10694, MWF 12:40-2:45 PM, E024 Scott Lab, TBA (6-Week Session2)
 


Electives


The Arts & Sciences AAS minor sheet lists possible electives in Asian studies or U.S. race/ethnicity studies, with individual offerings each term provided above. To present a course from these lists as an elective for your AAS minor, please consult with the AAS Coordinator, Professor Kunimoto.

*Special topics offering eligible for AAS minor credit only in the listed term