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Master Course List

Graduate Master Course List

This is the Master List of all graduate courses in the East Asian Languages and Cultures program. For information on how Chinese courses can be counted towards the M.A.T. in Chinese, please consult the M.A.T in Chinese page. In addition, please be advised that the syllabus for any given page will have the most accurate information. Syllabi can generally be found on the current or recent course offerings pages, as well as in the course description. However, not every class listed has a syllabus. In these cases, please contact the department or appropriate professor for more information.

 

Chinese 16:165

Courses in English

16:165:504 Advanced Topics in Chinese Language

 

16:165:506 Chinese across the Curriculum

 

16:165:507 Chinese across the Curriculum

 

16:165:510 Teaching Chinese through Modern Fiction

 

16:165:512 Contemporary Chinese Culture and Society

 

16:165:524 Advanced Topics in Chinese Civilization

 

16:165:532 Chinese Poetry and Poetics

 
 

East Asian Language and Cultures 16:217

Courses in English

16:217:501 Pro-Seminar I: Critical Approaches to East Asian Studies

 

16:217:502 Pro-Seminar II: Research Methodology

 

16:217:505 Academic Writing in East Asian Studies

 

16:217:511 The Silk Road: A History of Cultural and Material Exchanges

 

16:217:515 Women in Pre-Modern China

 

16:217:520 History of Chinese Literature: Beginnings to 1300

 

01:217:521 History of Chinese Literature: 1300 to 1900

 

16:217:525 Nature in Chinese Literature

 

16:217:527 Topics in Classical Chinese Poetry and Poetics

16:217:528 Tang Poetry

16:217:529 Early China in the World

 

16:217:531 Readings in Modern Chinese Literature

 

16:217:533 The City in Modern Chinese Literature & Film

 

16:217:534 Cultural Memory in Contemporary China

 

16:217:535 Chinese Grammar for Teachers of Mandarin

 
16:217:536 Chinese Historical Phonology  
16:217:555 Seminar on Modern Korean History  
16:217:570 The Tale of Genji as World Literature  
16:217:577 Japanese Film  

16:217:593 Independent Study in East Asian Languages and Cultures

 

16:217:594 Independent Study in East Asian Languages and Cultures

 

16:217:598 Special Topics in East Asian Language and Cultures

 

16:217:599 Special Topics in East Asian Language and Cultures

 
 

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