Fall 2011

Begins on: 
August 18, 2011

READINGS IN TAMIL

TAMIL 101A
233 DWINELLE
TuTh 11-12:30P
4
85609
HART, K

INTROD TAMIL

TAMIL 1A
NO FACILITY
UNSCHEDULED
-
85606
HART, K

Discussion Section

INTROD TAMIL

TAMIL 1A
233 DWINELLE
TuTh 9:30-11A
5
85603
HART, K

ISLAM & SOC SEASIA

Canceled
SEASIAN 137
80 BARROWS
TuTh 2-3:30P
4
canceled
HADLER, J A

Indonesia is the nation with the world's largest Muslim population, and Malaysia and the southern Philippines are regions with vibrant Islamic traditions. Islam has been essential in the development of Southeast Asian cultures, literatures, and arts for over seven hundred years, and Southeast Asian Islam is intimately tied to the Islamic world. This upper-division undergraduate course will be an investigation into key discourses on the cultures and politics of Islam in Southeast Asia. Beginning with a brief introduction to Islam and the Quran the course traces the processes through which Islam entered the Malay world in the 13th century. We will explore the European colonial encounters with Islam in Southeast Asia and the ways that Islam interacted with and resisted colonialism. We will discuss the role of mysticism and Sufi associations, and of reformist movements in the 18th through 21st centuries. And we will analyze the place of Islam in Southeast Asian arts and literature. We will consider the majority Muslim nations of Indonesia and Malaysia, and will also explore the struggles of Islam as a minority religion in the Philippines and Thailand. The course concludes with a discussion of modern political developments in Southeast Asian Islam, including the role of separatist movements and so-called "terrorism," placing these developments in historical context. Readings will include primary sources in translation, literary texts, ethnographic works, and writings by colonial and local scholars.


INTR MOD IND ML LIT

SEASIAN 128
179 DWINELLE
TuTh 3:30-5P
4
84111
TIWON, S C

This course will examine the role of contemporary literature in Indonesian/Malaysian society. Emphasis on the socio-political aspects of this literature in historical context. Genres discussed will include poetry, the novel, the short story, and drama.

Textbooks

1) All That Is Gone; Toer, Pamoedya Ananta; Penguin USA; ISBN# 0143034464

2) The Harmony Silk Factory; Aw, Tash; HarperCollins; ISBN# 0007204515

3) Crossing: A Story of East Timor; Cardoso, Luis; Granta Books (New York); ISBN# 186207352X

4) Sitti Nurbaya; Rusli, Marah; Lontar Foundation; ISBN# 9798083792

INTRO BENGALI

BANGLA 1A
89 DWINELLE
MW 12-2P, F 12-1P
5
84403
BASU, A

This is a beginners course for learning basic Bangla (Bengali) language. Students will be expected to acquire knowledge of the alphabet and basic grammar of Bengali, such that they learn to read simple graded texts, write simple sentences to express feelings, and to speak at the "low intermediate" level by the end of the semester.

INTRO TO FILIPINO

FILIPN 1A
221 WHEELER
MTuWThF 11-12P
5
84503
ABAN, C

This is a beginners’ class using the functional-situational approach in learning a language.  At the end of the course, the student should be able to talk about himself/herself, his/her family and home, and use the language in greetings and situations such as visiting a friend’s house, shopping, telling the time, making an appointment, asking and giving directions, and going to a medical clinic.  Classroom techniques include games, songs, pair work, role plays, and writing exercises.   At the end of the  course, students  should  have basic vocabulary in Tagalog, used Tagalog  in various role-plays,  and written a short essay.

Textbooks

1) Tagalog for Beginners; Barrios, Joi; Tuttle Publishing; ISBN# 0804841268

2) Pocket Tagalog Dictionary; Perdon, Renato; Tuttle Publishing; ISBN# 0794603459

INTRO TO FILIPINO

FILIPN 1A
206 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 1-2P
5
84506
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

This is a beginners’ class using the functional-situational approach in learning a language.  At the end of the course, the student should be able to talk about himself/herself, his/her family and home, and use the language in greetings and situations such as visiting a friend’s house, shopping, telling the time, making an appointment, asking and giving directions, and going to a medical clinic.  Classroom techniques include games, songs, pair work, role plays, and writing exercises.   At the end of the  course, students  should  have basic vocabulary in Tagalog, used Tagalog  in various role-plays,  and written a short essay.

Textbooks

1) Tagalog for Beginners; Barrios, Joi; Tuttle Publishing; ISBN# 0804841268

2) Pocket Tagalog Dictionary; Perdon, Renato; Tuttle Publishing; ISBN# 0794603459

INTERMED FILIPINO

FILIPN 100A
206 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 2-3P
5
84512
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

Prerequisites.  Completion of Tagalog 1A or 1B, one year of Tagalog instruction, or placement test. This is an intermediate class. The students shall learn four skills in the use of Filipino:  paglalahad (explaining); paglalarawan (description);  pagsasalaysay (narrating a story); and pangangatwiran (argumentation).  Vocabulary is expanded through dialogues and essays.  Each lesson shall have three components:  reading to increase vocabulary and study grammatical structures; doing a role-play; and writing a dialogue or a paragraph. Other techniques are games, songs, and pair work. At the end of the course, the students should be able to talk about themselves, their families and communities; narrate events and stories, give instructions and explanations,  and express opinions.

ADVANCED FILIPINO

FILIPN 101A
109 WHEELER
MWF 3-4P
3
84518
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

Prerequisites.  Two years of Filipino/Tagalog or consent of instructor.  Using literary texts and essays on Philippine culture and society, students learn advanced vocabulary and complex grammatical structures.  Students then choose one of three tracks: creative track; research track, or translation track.  For the first option, the student should write three short stories, ten poems, or creative non-fiction.  For the second track, the student should submit essays based on the texts and their research.  For the third option, the student should translate fifteen poems,  five stories or two essays and write about their translation process. These works shall be discussed using a workshop format, enabling the students to revise the work until it can be deemed ready for publication. 

Textbooks

1) Philippine Literature; Lumbera, Bienvenido; Anvil Publishing; ISBN# Philippine

2) Noli Me Tangere; Rizal, Jose; Trans. Soledad Lacson; University of Hawaii Press; ISBN# 0824819179

INTRD HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
221 WHEELER
MTuWThF 8-9A
5
84603
HUETTEMANN, A

Introduction to the Devanagari writing system, survey of grammar, graded exercises and readings, leading to mastery of grammatical structures, essential vocabulary and achievement of basic reading and writing competence. Emphasis will be on developing elementary communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

Textbooks

1) Introduction to Hindi Grammar; Jain, U. R.; UCB-CSAS Publications; ISBN# 094461325X

2) Hindi Dictionary; Snell, Rupert; McGraw-Hill; ISBN# 0071435034

INTRD HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
103 WHEELER
MTuWThF 10-11A
5
84606
HUETTEMANN, A

Introduction to the Devanagari writing system, survey of grammar, graded exercises and readings, leading to mastery of grammatical structures, essential vocabulary and achievement of basic reading and writing competence. Emphasis will be on developing elementary communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

INTRD HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
250 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 1-2P
5
84609
PARSON, R B

Introduction to the Devanagari writing system, survey of grammar, graded exercises and readings, leading to mastery of grammatical structures, essential vocabulary and achievement of basic reading and writing competence. Emphasis will be on developing elementary communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

Textbooks

1) Introduction to Hindi Grammar; Jain, U. R.; UCB-CSAS Publications; ISBN# 094461325X

2) Hindi Dictionary; Snell, Rupert; McGraw-Hill; ISBN# 0071435034

INTRD URDU

HIN-URD 2A
109 WHEELER
MTuWThF 11-12P
5
84615
JALIL, Q

The course concentrates on developing skills in reading, writing, speaking, and aural comprehension. Evaluation is based on attendance, written homework assignments, quizzes, dictations, and examinations. Conventional teaching materials may be supplemented by popular songs and clips from contemporary Indian cinema.

INTERMEDIATE HINDI

HIN-URD 100A
121 WHEELER
MW 12-1P
4
84618
HUETTEMANN, A

Prerequisite: Hindi 1A and 1B, or consent of instructor.

This course acquaints students with representative readings from Hindi texts on pivotal cultural issues from a wide variety of sources, to enable them to acquire cultural competence in the language. Systematic training in advanced grammar and syntax, reinforced by exercises in composition, both oral and written. Special attention will be given to developing
communication skills in both spoken and written language.

To enroll in this course, you must first obtain a CEC (class entry code) from the instructor. Contact the instructor, A. L. Huettemann, by email at l [dot] huettemann [at] berkeley [dot] edu or attend the first class to get the CEC.

Textbooks

1) Advanced Hindi Grammar; Jain, U. R.; UCB-IEAS Publications; ISBN# 094461342X

2) Intermediate Hindi Reader; Jain, Usha R.; UCB-IEAS Publications; ISBN# 087725351X

3) The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary; McGregor, R. S.; Oxford University Press; ISBN# 0198643395

INTERMEDIATE HINDI

HIN-URD 100A
121 WHEELER
F 12-2P
-
84621
HUETTEMANN, A

Discussion Section

READINGS MODERN HIN

HIN-URD 101A
105 DWINELLE
MWF 12-1P
3
84624
JAIN, U R

Prerequisites: Two years of Hindi or consent of the instructor. This course is designed to improve proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Hindi. It introduces students to a variety of contemporary literary styles. Weekly readings and discussions will be on short stories, poems, and dramatic sketches from representative authors. Written assignments on themes suggested by the readings will be required. Students will also work on advanced grammar and special emphasis will be on vocabulary building, idioms, and problems of syntax. There will be advanced exercises in composition and students will acquire language skills sufficient to approach literary texts on their own.
Note: this course can be repeated for credit.

Textbooks

1) Intermediate Hindi Reader; Jain, Usha R.; UCB-IEAS Publications; ISBN# 087725351X

2) Advanced Hindi Grammar; Jain, U. R.; UCB-IEAS Publications; ISBN# 094461342X

3) The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary; McGregor, R. S.; Oxford University Press; ISBN# 0198643395

INTERMEDIATE URDU

HIN-URD 103A
189 DWINELLE
MWF 2-3P
4
84627
JALIL, Q

Introduces various types of written and spoken Urdu; vocabulary building, idioms, and problems of syntax; and conversation. Reading of selected fiction and nonfiction in modern Urdu, including fables, short stories, and poetry. Exercises in grammar, conversation, and composition.

ADVANCED URDU

HIN-URD 104A
50 BARROWS
MWF 3-4P
3
84630
JALIL, Q

Reading of Urdu prose and poetry in a variety of literary and scholarly styles; composition. Topics in advanced grammar; designed to improve proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students will be expected to converse in a clearly participatory fashion, initiate, sustain, and bring to closure a wide variety of communicative tasks using diverse language strategies.

INTRO KHMER

KHMER 1A
235 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 2-3P
5
84803
SMITH, F J

This course is for students with no previous knowledge of spoken or written Khmer language. Students will learn how to converse in polite standard Khmer in a variety of topical areas: greetings and pleasantries, talking about family, friends and personal background, food and eating. The goal of the course is for students to be able to "survive" in spoken Khmer in modern Cambodia, and to begin to be able to express their needs and feelings in Khmer and to discuss their lives and personal interests. A large amount of the material learned will be memorized questions and responses. These will be practiced in the classroom in performative, task-based activities. From day one, students will also be introduced to the Khmer writing system, and how it interacts with the spoken language. By the end of the course, students will know the alphabet, be able to spell simple words, recognize a wide range of common sight words, and be able to compose simple texts in Khmer and read a few simple stories.

INTERMEDIATE KHMER

KHMER 100A
33 DWINELLE
MTuWTh 4-5:30P
5
84806
SMITH, F J

This course is for students who can already speak Khmer at "survival level" or beyond, but who have little or no knowledge of the writing system. For non-native speakers, a prerequisite of Khmer 1A-1B or its equivalent is required; for native speakers, exposure to and use of Khmer at home will likely be sufficient preparation to begin the course. Students will learn how to converse in formal, "educated" Khmer with educated Cambodians on a variety of topics, including religion, traditional culture, and news and advertising. Students will rapidly learn the Khmer writing system, and by the end of the course they will able to write basic texts and read authentic materials such as folk tales and simple newspaper articles in Khmer. Students will also learn to type in Khmer Unicode on the computer. Classes will included lectures on the writing system and grammar, task-based group activities, and assignments in which they must synthesize knowledge about Khmer culture and language and solve problems in both written and oral contexts.

ADVANCED KHMER

KHMER 101A
2125 DWINELLE
TuTh 11-12:30P
3
84809
SMITH, F J

This course is for students who can already converse about the educated topics described for Khmer 100A-B at a basic level, and who have already mastered the basics of the Khmer writing system and can write simple academic papers in Khmer and read moderately complex folk tales and articles on topics such as history and news articles. Students will learn to discuss, read and write about the same topics covered in Khmer 1A, but at a much deeper and more sophisticated level: religion, traditional culture, and the language of public information. Students will study several complex Khmer folk tales and legends in depth, and also study the language used in public service announcements dealing with important social issues. Classes will involve both discussions of readings and task-based group activities in which information from a variety of sources must be synthesized and critically analyzed.

INTROD INDONESIAN

MALAY/I 1A
80 BARROWS
MW 10-12P, F 10-11A
5
85003
LUNDE, N K

Survey of grammar, graded exercises, and readings drawn from Indonesian texts, leading to a mastery of basic language patterns, essential vocabulary, and to achievement of basic reading, writing, and conversational competence. Emphasis on developing communicative skills.

Textbooks

1) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume I; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program
Publications; ISBN# 0877275297

2) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume II, Lessons 1 - 15; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program Publications; ISBN# 0877275300

3) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume III, Lessons 16 - 25; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program Publications; ISBN# 0877275319

INTERMED INDONESIAN

MALAY/I 100A
221 WHEELER
MW 12-2P, F 12-1P
5
85006
LUNDE, N K

Readings in Indonesian texts, including newspapers, journals, and literature exploring a variety of styles. Systematic study of grammatical and lexical problems arising from these readings. Advanced exercises in composition, oral and written communicative skills, and cultural competence. Prerequisites: 1A-1B.

Textbooks

1) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume I; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program
Publications; ISBN# 0877275297

2) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume II, Lessons 1 - 15; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program Publications; ISBN# 0877275300

3) Beginning Indonesian Through Self-Instruction Volume III, Lessons 16 - 25; Wolff, J. U.; Cornell SE Asia Program Publications; ISBN# 0877275319

SEM MAL LET ORL TRD

MALAY/I 210A
108 WHEELER
W 2-5P
4
85009
TIWON, S C

Various aspects of Malay language and literature, history and development of the language, classical literature, drama, oral literature, modern literature of Indonesia and Malaysia, and dialect studies. Applies various theoretical approaches to the study of the language and literature.

INTROD PUNJABI

PUNJABI 1A
TuTh 2-3:30P, 205 DWINELLE
F 10-12P, B4 DWINELLE
5
85203
UBHI, U K

INTERMED PUNJABI

PUNJABI 100A
TuTh 12:30-2P, 1229 DWINELLE
F 10-12P, B4 DWINELLE
5
85206
UBHI, U K

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
160 DWINELLE
MWF 2-3P
4
84003
KNUTSON, J R

This course introduces students to the world of Ancient and Early Medieval South Asia through an exploration of history, archaeology, literature, as well as religious, scientific, and artistic cultures from about 3000 B.C.E. to 1200 C.E.. The course spans the earliest periods of the Indus Valley civilization (3000 B.C.E.-) and early Vedic culture (1500 B.C.E.-), through the world of the Upanisads, epics (Ramayana, Mahabharata), early Jainism and Buddhism, Sanskrit literature of the classical period; culminating in an exploration of early medieval developments in politics, literature, culture, and religion.

Textbooks

1) A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India; Singh, Upinder; Longman (Publisher); ISBN# 8131716779

2) Global India Circa 100 Ce South Asia in Early World History; Davis, Richard H.; Assoc for Asian Studies; ISBN# 0924304596

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

Canceled
S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 8-9A
4
canceled
THE STAFF

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

Canceled
S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
TuTh 8-9:30A
4
canceled
THE STAFF

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84012
SAYAR, Y S

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 9-10A
4
84015
MURCHIE, I

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 10-11A
4
84018
CHIRUMAMILLA, P

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

Textbooks

1) Poems of Love and War; Ramanujan, A. K.; Columbia University Press; ISBN# 0231157355

2) Writing Analytically; Rosenwasser & Stephen; Cengage Learning; ISBN# 0495910082

3) Pancatantra; Olivelle, P.; Oxford University Press; ISBN# 0199555753

4) What Ten Young Men Did; Onians, I.; NYU Press; ISBN# 0814762069

5) Speaking of Siva; Ramanujan, A. K.; Penguin; ISBN# 0140442700

6) Songs of Kabir; Kabir; transl. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra; Random House; ISBN# 1590173791

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
TuTh 11-12:30P
4
84021
BAUSCH, L

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

Canceled
S ASIAN R5A
204 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
canceled
THE STAFF

Reading and composition based on 10 classic works of Indian literature ranging from the ancient Sanskrit epics to modern novels by Indian and western authors. Weekly composition on texts and topics read and discussed in class. Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

RELIGN ERLY INDIA

Canceled
S ASIAN C127
160 DWINELLE
TuTh 3:30-5P
4
cancelled
THE STAFF

Designed as a two-semester sequence, these courses are an introduction to the religions that have their origin on the Indian subcontinent--Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and tribal religions--as well as those that originated in other regions such as Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism. Organizing this material chronologically rather than teaching it by separate religious traditions facilitates comparisons and promotes an understanding not only of the differences among these religions but also some of their commonalities in philosophy, theology, and praxis. Also listed as Religious Studies C161.

HINDU MYTHOLOGY

S ASIAN C140
101 LSA
MWF 11-12P
4
84030
GOLDMAN, R P

Textbooks

1) Classical Hindu Mythology; Dimmit, Cornelia; Temple University Press; ISBN# 0877221227

2) Hindu Myths; OʼFlaherty, W.; Penguin Group (USA); ISBN# 0140443061

3) The Rig Veda; OʼFlaherty, Wendy; Penguin Group (USA); ISBN#0140444025

4) The Mahabharata; Smith, John D.; Penguin; ISBN# 0140446818

RELIG NATIONALISM

S ASIAN 148
103 MOFFITT
TuTh 12:30-2P
4
84035
FARUQUI, M D

Taking a historical perspective this course examines the evolution of Hindu and Muslim religious nationalism in South Asia from the colonial period to the present. It interrogates the nature of Hindu and Muslim religious identities before colonialism; the construction of Hinduism and Islam by the British; early articulations of Hindu and Muslim religious nationalism; the interplay between secular and religious nationalisms; the success of religious nationalism in India and Pakistan over the recent decades; and the implications of religious nationalism for the future of South Asia.

INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT

Canceled
S ASIAN C215A
125 DWINELLE
W 3-6P
2, 4
canceled
THE STAFF

NOTE: This course has been replaced by SANSKRIT 206

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
83203
CAO, T

This course is devoted to a study of selected literary texts set in various regions of Southeast Asia. The readings will include works by foreign authors who lived and traveled in Southeast Asia and translations of works by Southeast Asian writers. These texts will be used to make comparisons and observations with which to characterize coloniality, nationalism, and postcoloniality. This course satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

Textbooks

1) Dumb Luck; Phung, Vu Trong / Zinoman; University of Michigan Press; ISBN# 0472068040

2) Durga/Umayi: A Novel; Mangunwijaya; University of Michigan Press; ISBN# 0295983922

3) Imagined Communities; Anderson, Benedict; VERSO Books; ISBN# 1844670864

4) Blood and Soap; Linh Dinh; Random House; ISBN# 1583226427

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
123 DWINELLE
TuTh 8-9:30A
4
83206
LOWMAN, I

This course is devoted to a study of selected literary texts set in various regions of Southeast Asia. The readings will include works by foreign authors who lived and traveled in Southeast Asia and translations of works by Southeast Asian writers. These texts will be used to make comparisons and observations with which to characterize coloniality, nationalism, and postcoloniality. This course satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

Textbooks

1) Paradise of the Blind; Huong, Duong Thu; HarperPerennial; ISBN# 0060505591

2) The Ten Thousand Things; Dernout, Maria; Ed./Trans. by Koning, Hans; Random House; ISBN# 159017013X

3) This Earth of Mankind; Toer, Pramoedya Ananta; Penguin Group (USA); ISBN# 0140256350

4) Narrow Corner; Maugham; Random House; ISBN# 0307473201

5) Many Lives; Pramoj; Silkworm Press; ISBN# 9747100673

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
123 DWINELLE
TuTh 12:30-2P
4
83209
LOWMAN, I

This course is devoted to a study of selected literary texts set in various regions of Southeast Asia. The readings will include works by foreign authors who lived and traveled in Southeast Asia and translations of works by Southeast Asian writers. These texts will be used to make comparisons and observations with which to characterize coloniality, nationalism, and postcoloniality. This course satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

FRESH/SOPH SEMINAR

S,SEASN 39G
279 DWINELLE
F 8-10A
2-4
83212
HART, K

"Think Gender" in Indian Short Stories

In this seminar, students will read approximately twenty-five short stories from various languages of India translated into English. The stories will describe the relationships between men and women and how the society looks at the roles of men and women in Indian culture. The students will be expected to read the stories and to discuss and critique them in class. They will also be expected to write a three-page criticism of the stories assigned for each class. Enrollment is limited to fifteen students. This seminar may be used to satisfy the Arts and Literature or Social and Behavioral Sciences breadth requirement in Letters and Science

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
160 KROEBER
TuTh 3:30-5P
4
83215
BAUMS, S

This introduction to the study of Buddhism will consider materials drawn from various Buddhist traditions of Asia, from ancient times down to the present day. However, the course is not intended to be a comprehensive or systematic survey; rather than aiming at breadth, the course is designed around key themes such as ritual, image veneration, mysticism, meditation, and death. The overarching emphasis throughout the course will be on the hermeneutic difficulties attendant upon the study of religion in general, and Buddhism in particular. Also listed as Group in Buddhist Studies C50 and East Asian Languages and Cultures C50.

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
1229 DWINELLE
W 12-1P
-
83218
KERR, S

Discussion Section

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
205 DWINELLE
W 1-2P
-
83221
MCMULLEN, M

Discussion Section

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
83 DWINELLE
W 2-3P
-
83224
MCMULLEN, M

Discussion Section

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
79 DWINELLE
W 3-4P
-
83227
MCMULLEN, M

Discussion Section

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
246 DWINELLE
Th 1-2P
-
83230
KERR, S

Discussion Section

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
246 DWINELLE
Th 2-3P
-
83233
KERR, S

Discussion Section

TOPICS S,SEASN

S,SEASN 120
187 DWINELLE
TuTh 2-3:30P
4
83260
ALI, N

Re-imagining Pakistan

This course will examine diverse life-worlds of Pakistan, from a historical, ethnographic and literary perspective. It will cover topics such as the political economy of feudalism, rural modernities,kinship ties, political Islam, and gender struggles. Apart from enriching students' understandings of a very critical country in South Asia, a key aim of the course is to explore some of the particular stereotypes and simplifications about Pakistan and Pakistanis that tend to dominate Western representations of Pakistan.

Textbooks

1) A Case of Exploding Mangoes; Hanif, Muhammad; Random House; ISBN# 0307388186

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN

S,SEASN 250
279 DWINELLE
F 2-5P
4
83335
FARUQUI, M D

This graduate seminar is designed to introduce students to the Mughal Empire. As well as interrogating the larger question of early-modernity, we will also examine specific debates about Mughal state-formation, the role of elite women, Islam and its place in the empire, the significance of the Mughal Empire in a larger global context, the cultural impact of the empire, and the nature of imperial decline/decentralization. Readings may include: Muzaffar Alam, "The Languages of Political Islam", Muzaffar Alam, "The Crisis of Empire in Mughal North India", Stephen Blake, "Shahjahanabad", Allison Busch, "Poetry of Kings", Stephen Dale, "The Garden of the Eight Paradises", Jos Gommans, "Mughal Warfare", Farhat Hasan, "State and Locality in Mughal India", Ruby Lal, "Domesticity and Power in the Early Mughal World", John Richards, "Mughal Administration in Golconda", and Bonnie Wade, "Imagining Sound".

 

METHODS IN S,SEASN

S,SEASN 294
175 DWINELLE
M 3-6P
4
83383
HADLER, J A

This course will focus on broader questions of and theoretical approaches to methodology and historiography in South and Southeast Asian Studies. Concepts of region and of “classical” and “modern” will be explored, as will both textual and fieldwork-based approaches to research. We will discuss texts that reflect a variety of disciplinary approaches and make use of literary, biographical, scriptural and anthropological sources. Finally we will try to establish a framework for a dialogue between South and Southeast Asian Studies. Several of the sections may be co-taught by other DSSEAS faculty. The course is required for all graduate students in the department.

Textbooks

1) Domination and the Arts of Resistance; Scott, James; Yale University Press; ISBN# 0300056699

2) Along the Archival Grain; Ann Stoler; Princeton University Press; ISBN# 0691146365

3) Imagined Communities; Anderson, Benedict; VERSO Books; ISBN# 1844670864

4) The Graves of Tarim; Engseng Ho; University of California Press; ISBN# 0520244540

5) Islam Translated; Ricci, Ronit; University of Chicago Press; ISBN# 0226710882

6) History, Culture and Region in Southeast Asian Perspectives; Wolters, Oliver; Cornell SE Asia Program Publications; ISBN# 0877277257

7) The Language of the Gods; Pollock, Sheldon; UC Press; ISBN# 0520260031

8) Objects of Translation; Flood, Finbarr; Princeton University Press; ISBN# 0691125945

ELEM SANSKRIT

SANSKR 100A
263 DWINELLE
MWF 8-10A
5
85303
GOLDMAN, S J

Elements of Sanskrit grammar and practice in reading Sanskrit texts.

Textbooks

1) Devavanipravesika: An Introduction to the Sanskrit Language; Goldman, Robert / Goldman, Sally J. Sutherland; UCB-CSAS Publications; ISBN# 0944613403

INTERMED SANSKRIT

SANSKR 101A
210 DWINELLE
MF 12-2P
5
85306
GOLDMAN, S J

Readings from the Sanskrit epics and puranas; introduction to the kavya style of classical Sanskrit poetry; readings in the sastras. Prerequisites: 100B.

SANSKRIT LITERATURE

SANSKR 200A
346B DWINELLE
MF 2-3:30P
4
85309
GOLDMAN, R P

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
219 DWINELLE
TuTh 9:30-11A
4
84103
EDWARDS, P S

Cultures, Peoples and Polities of Mainland Southeast Asia

Introduces the diverse cultural, social and political landscapes of mainland Southeast Asia from the ancient temples of Angkor Vat to twenty-first century Bangkok.  Through readings of key scholarly texts alongside memoir, poetry, fiction, and film, we will explore the dynamic worlds of kingship, religion, nationalism and urbanization in mainland Southeast Asia. Our core thematic emphases in Fall 2011 are space (including sacred space and modern cities) and communication (including scribal cultures and multimedia propaganda).  This course is multidisciplinary in scope and approach, with readings from the fields of history, political science, religious studies, art history, anthropology, literary criticism and ethnic studies. Assessment is through participation, a take-home midterm, a research project which allows students to specialize on the theme, country or culture of their preference, and a final exam.

Textbooks

1) A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People; transl. P. Harris; Silkworm Press; ISBN# 9749511247

2) Southeast Asia: An Introductory History; Osborne, Milton; Allen & Unwin; ISBN# 174237302X

3) The Buddhist World of Southeast Asia; Swearer, Donald; SUNY Press; ISBN# 143843250X

4) The Tale of Kieu; Nguyen Du; Yale University Press; ISBN# 0300040512

5) The Quiet American; Greene, Graham; Penguin; ISBN# 014024350X

 

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
255 DWINELLE
Tu 8-9A
-
84106
THAMRIN, U

Discussion Section

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
251 DWINELLE
Th 1-2P
-
84109
THAMRIN, U

Discussion Section

SMR TAMIL LIT

TAMIL 210A
350B DWINELLE
UNSCHEDULED
4
85612
HART, G L

ELEM TELUGU

TELUGU 1A
206 WHEELER
WF 12-2P
4
85803
SUNKARI, H

INTRO VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 1A
103 WHEELER
MTuWThF 12-1P
5
86003
TRAN, B H

An introduction to modern spoken and written Vietnamese, including intensive drill on basic phonology and grammar. By the end of the second semester the student should be able to function successfully in ordinary Vietnamese conversation and read simple texts of moderate difficulty.

Textbooks

1) Conversational Vietnamese; Bac Hoai Tran; Tin & Dong, Messrs.; ISBN# ConvViet7

2) Vietnamese Dictionary and Phrasebook; Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris; Hippocrene Books; ISBN# 0781809916

INTRO VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 1A
235 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 1-2P
5
86006
TRAN, B H

An introduction to modern spoken and written Vietnamese, including intensive drill on basic phonology and grammar. By the end of the second semester the student should be able to function successfully in ordinary Vietnamese conversation and read simple texts of moderate difficulty.

INTERMED VIET

VIETNMS 100A
106 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 2-3P
5
86018
TRAN, B H

Prerequisites: 1A-1B, or consent of instructor; 100A or consent of instructor is a prerequisite for 100B. A second-year course in Vietnamese vocabulary and syntax with intensive drills on short colloquial expressions and auditory recognition of speech patterns. First semester course stresses phraseology, sentence building, rules of composition and development of students' communicative skills. By the end of the second semester students will learn to speak and write simple compositions and will have a cursory introduction to Vietnamese literature and sample readings from contemporary Vietnamese writers.

Textbooks

1) Vietnamese-English/English-Vietnamese Practical Dictionary; Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris; Hippocrene Books; ISBN# 0781812445

INTERMED VIET

VIETNMS 100A
106 DWINELLE
MTuWThF 3-4P
5
86021
TRAN, H

A second-year course in Vietnamese vocabulary and syntax with intensive drills on short colloquial expressions and auditory recognition of speech patterns. First semester course stresses phraseology, sentence building, rules of composition and development of students' communicative skills. By the end of the second semester students will learn to speak and write simple compositions and will have a cursory introduction to Vietnamese literature and sample readings from contemporary Vietnamese writers.

Textbooks

1) Chung ta noi - Conversational Vietnamese; Le Pham Thuy Kim & Nguyen Kim Oanh; University of Washington Press; ISBN# 0295980893

ADVANCED VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 101A
187 DWINELLE
MWF 12-1P
3
86027
TRAN, H

This course is designed for students who have already achieved an intermediate degree of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing modern Vietnamese. Objective: to move students toward a greater level of fluency in each of these key areas and provide an introduction to the literature and culture of Vietnam by reading Vietnamese language texts. Readings will vary from semester to semester and will include novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from the classical, colonial, post-colonial, and contemporary periods. Topics to be addressed in class are the nature of the Sino-Vietnamese classical tradition; cultural legacies of French colonialism; the regional character of literary and cultural production; the emergence of a distinctive Vietnamese modernity, and the history of Vietnamese gender norms and relations. Regular attendance and participation in classroom activities is mandatory and no English will be spoken in class

TOPICS S,SEASN

S,SEASN 120
233 DWINELLE
TuTh 2-3:30P
4
83262
LEWIS, S L

Gender, History and Modernity in Southeast Asia

The persistence, recasting and transformation of gender roles figure prominently in Southeast Asia’s modern history. This course views gender as an evolving category enmeshed in webs of power, focusing on women, as well as men, as transformative agents within broad processes of colonialism, nationalism, capitalism, democratization and decolonization. We examine the transition from the traditional ‘high status’ of women in the early modern era to the subjugating practices of colonial modernity. We consider tensions between religion and secularism, progress and authenticity while looking at the expansion of educational opportunities, bourgeois sexuality and the rise of the ‘modern girl.’ We look at prostitutes and performers within the Southeast Asian city and the political mobilization of suffragettes, women workers, and activists across racial and national boundaries. Throughout, we consider the nuanced ways in which men and women framed themselves and each other as modern, gendered subjects within particular historical conjunctures. Course materials combine theory on gender and modernity with more empirical studies of the countries under review – largely in maritime Southeast Asia - as well as an analysis of  primary sources. Assessment is through participation, a take-home midterm, a research project which allows students to specialize on the theme, country or culture of their preference, and a final exam.

Textbooks

1) The Flaming Womb; Andaya, B.; University of Hawaii Press; ISBN# 0824832884

2) Woman, Man, Bangkok; Barme, Scot; Rowman & Littlefield; ISBN# 0742501566

3) Love, Passion and Patriotism; Reyes, Raquel; University of Washington Press; ISBN# 0295988053

4) Women's Movements in Asia; ed. Mina Roces and Louise Edwards; Routledge; ISBN# 041548703X

SOPHOMORE SEMINAR

S,SEASN 84
263 DWINELLE
F 4-6P
2
83235
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

In this seminar we will examine contemporary Southeast Asian society and culture through the lens of contemporary Southeast Asian films, three each from Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. In discussions about the films in class we will seek to understand how these films mirror modern and traditional aspects of the societies in which they were produced. We will also consider the films as examples of current world cinema and vehicles of storytelling. In their four-page papers for each section of the course, students will address the above broad issues (referencing class discussions when appropriate) in relation to their own experiences and opinions, focusing either on one film or comparing two or three from the same country. Students should plan to participate actively and consistently in class discussions, remembering that class participation makes up 25% of the grade in the course. Previous knowledge of or personal experience with Southeast Asian societies and cultures, and if possible Southeast Asian film, is desired but not required. Students with no previous knowledge of Southeast Asia who have experience watching and discussing a wide range of films from other countries with a critical eye are also welcome.

RELIG SOUTH INDIA

S ASIAN 141
223 DWINELLE
TuTh 11-12:30P
4
84032
LITTLE, L R

This class explores the interaction between indigenous South Indian modes of religious expression and those of Brahminical Hinduism from the Sangam age to the present. While placing emphasis on the formation and development of Hindu tradition, with its variety of sectarian developments, this class will also touch upon the unique expression of Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity and Islam that have flourished in South India. This course will make extensive use of both textual and non-textual sources. By also emphasizing visual culture and performance traditions (art, dance, music and drama) this class will delve into those aspects of South Indian religious life that has most deeply impacted the lives of adherents of these faiths on a day to day basis.

Textbooks

1) Symbolic Heat: Gender, Health & Worship Among the Tamils of South India and Sri Lanka; McGilvray, Dennis; Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd.; ISBN# 0944142875

2) Speaking of Siva; Ramanujan, A. K.; Penguin; ISBN# 0140442700

3) The Secret Garland; Venkatesan, Archana; Oxford University Press; ISBN# 0195391756

4) God on the Hill: Temple Poems from Tirupati; Narayana, Velcheru; Oxford University Press; ISBN# 0195182847

FRESHMAN SEMINAR

S,SEASN 24
175 DWINELLE
M 2-3P
1
83211
EDWARDS, P S

First Person Plural: Voices Across Cultures

This seminar examines the role of language and literature in expressing identities across cultures, the place of exile in shaping voice and story, and questions of origins as we go beyond the maxim "lost in translation" to explore what gets found as voices and places are remade. Readings will include poetry by U Sam Ouer (Sacred Vows), a novel by Michio Takeyama (Harp of Burma), and short stories by Madeleine Thien (Simple Recipes) and Nam Le (The Boat). We will situate these readings, which journey to and from or transit through, Cambodia, Burma, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam, against essays on creativity, translation and mobility by writers Michael Chabon (Imaginary Homelands) and Siri Hustvedt (Yonder). We will also explore the embodiment of voice and story in dance and music, through choreographer Sophiline Shapiro’s Cambodia’s Khmer Arts Ensemble, and a Javanese Gamelan and dance performance. The Seminar will include outings to performances by both artists on October 2 and December 3 and a class visit by dancer Wilis Renganiasih Endah Ekowati.

Success in this course requires a love of story, an interest in elsewhere, an appreciation of the power of voice, and what author Rick Moody defined in a recent Paris Review interview as a "delight in language." Students will be required to complete four short written exercises. Participation in class discussions is required, and attendance in all seminars is mandatory. This seminar is part of the On the Same Page initiative.

This seminar is part of the Food for Thought initiative. Food for Thought dining arrangements will be discussed in class.

Textbooks

1) Harp of Burma; Takeyama; Tuttle Publishing; ISBN# 0804802327

2) The Boat; Nam Le; Random House; ISBN# 0307388193

3) Sacred Vows; Oeur; ISBN# 1566890694

MID INDIC

SANSKR 206
288 DWINELLE
W 3-6P
85312
BAUMS, S

Introduction to Middle Indic. An intensive study of texts in one or more of the Prakrit dialects, Pali, or Apabhramsa.

TIBETAN BDDHST TXTS

S ASIAN C224
288 DWINELLE
M 3-6P
2, 4
84039
RONIS, J M

This graduate seminar provides an introduction to a broad range of Tibetan Buddhist texts as well as to the methods and resources for their study. Readings for the course will be drawn from a variety of genres and historical periods, including (1) chronicles and histories, (2) biographical literature, (3) doctrinal treatises, (4) canonical texts, (5) ritual manuals, (6) pilgrimage guides, and (7) liturgical texts. The seminar is designed to be of interest to graduate students interested in premodern Tibet from any perspective (literature, religion, art, history, philosophy, law, etc.). Students are required to do all of the readings in the original classical Tibetan. The course will also introduce students to "tools and methods" for the study of Tibetan Buddhist literature, including standard lexical and bibliographic references, digital resources, and secondary literature in modern languages. The content of the course will vary from semester to semester to account for the needs and interests of particular students. Also listed as Group in Buddhist Studies C224 and Tibetan C224.

INTERMEDIATE THAI

THAI 100A
263 DWINELLE
M 5:30-7P
5
85903
CHOWCHUVECH, S
Dept/Crssort icon Sec Title Instructor Days/Times Location CCN
BANGLA 1A 1 INTRO BENGALI BASU, A MW 12-2P, F 12-1P 89 DWINELLE 84403
FILIPN 1A 1 INTRO TO FILIPINO ABAN, C MTuWThF 11-12P 221 WHEELER 84503
FILIPN 1A 2 INTRO TO FILIPINO BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M MTuWThF 1-2P 206 DWINELLE 84506
FILIPN 100A 1 INTERMED FILIPINO BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M MTuWThF 2-3P 206 DWINELLE 84512
FILIPN 101A 1 ADVANCED FILIPINO BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M MWF 3-4P 109 WHEELER 84518
HIN-URD 1A 1 INTRD HINDI HUETTEMANN, A MTuWThF 8-9A 221 WHEELER 84603
HIN-URD 1A 2 INTRD HINDI HUETTEMANN, A MTuWThF 10-11A 103 WHEELER 84606
HIN-URD 1A 3 INTRD HINDI PARSON, R B MTuWThF 1-2P 250 DWINELLE 84609
HIN-URD 2A 1 INTRD URDU JALIL, Q MTuWThF 11-12P 109 WHEELER 84615
HIN-URD 100A 1 INTERMEDIATE HINDI HUETTEMANN, A MW 12-1P 121 WHEELER 84618
HIN-URD 100A 101 INTERMEDIATE HINDI HUETTEMANN, A F 12-2P 121 WHEELER 84621
HIN-URD 101A 1 READINGS MODERN HIN JAIN, U R MWF 12-1P 105 DWINELLE 84624
HIN-URD 103A 1 INTERMEDIATE URDU JALIL, Q MWF 2-3P 189 DWINELLE 84627
HIN-URD 104A 1 ADVANCED URDU JALIL, Q MWF 3-4P 50 BARROWS 84630
KHMER 1A 1 INTRO KHMER SMITH, F J MTuWThF 2-3P 235 DWINELLE 84803
KHMER 100A 1 INTERMEDIATE KHMER SMITH, F J MTuWTh 4-5:30P 33 DWINELLE 84806
KHMER 101A 1 ADVANCED KHMER SMITH, F J TuTh 11-12:30P 2125 DWINELLE 84809
MALAY/I 1A 1 INTROD INDONESIAN LUNDE, N K MW 10-12P, F 10-11A 80 BARROWS 85003
MALAY/I 100A 1 INTERMED INDONESIAN LUNDE, N K MW 12-2P, F 12-1P 221 WHEELER 85006
MALAY/I 210A 1 SEM MAL LET ORL TRD TIWON, S C W 2-5P 108 WHEELER 85009
PUNJABI 1A INTROD PUNJABI UBHI, U K F 10-12P, B4 DWINELLE TuTh 2-3:30P, 205 DWINELLE 85203
PUNJABI 100A 1 INTERMED PUNJABI UBHI, U K F 10-12P, B4 DWINELLE TuTh 12:30-2P, 1229 DWINELLE 85206
S ASIAN 1A 1 CIV EARLY INDIA KNUTSON, J R MWF 2-3P 160 DWINELLE 84003
S ASIAN R5A 1 GREAT BOOKS INDIA THE STAFF MWF 8-9A 123 DWINELLE canceled
S ASIAN R5A 2 GREAT BOOKS INDIA THE STAFF TuTh 8-9:30A 123 DWINELLE canceled
S ASIAN R5A 3 GREAT BOOKS INDIA SAYAR, Y S MWF 1-2P 123 DWINELLE 84012
S ASIAN R5A 4 GREAT BOOKS INDIA MURCHIE, I MWF 9-10A 123 DWINELLE 84015
S ASIAN R5A 5 GREAT BOOKS INDIA CHIRUMAMILLA, P MWF 10-11A 123 DWINELLE 84018
S ASIAN R5A 6 GREAT BOOKS INDIA BAUSCH, L TuTh 11-12:30P 123 DWINELLE 84021
S ASIAN R5A 7 GREAT BOOKS INDIA THE STAFF MWF 3-4P 204 DWINELLE canceled
S ASIAN C127 1 RELIGN ERLY INDIA THE STAFF TuTh 3:30-5P 160 DWINELLE cancelled
S ASIAN C140 1 HINDU MYTHOLOGY GOLDMAN, R P MWF 11-12P 101 LSA 84030
S ASIAN 148 1 RELIG NATIONALISM FARUQUI, M D TuTh 12:30-2P 103 MOFFITT 84035
S ASIAN C215A 1 INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT THE STAFF W 3-6P 125 DWINELLE canceled
S ASIAN 141 1 RELIG SOUTH INDIA LITTLE, L R TuTh 11-12:30P 223 DWINELLE 84032
S ASIAN C224 1 TIBETAN BDDHST TXTS RONIS, J M M 3-6P 288 DWINELLE 84039
S,SEASN R5A 1 SELF REPRESENT/NATN CAO, T MWF 3-4P 123 DWINELLE 83203
S,SEASN R5A 2 SELF REPRESENT/NATN LOWMAN, I TuTh 8-9:30A 123 DWINELLE 83206
S,SEASN R5A 3 SELF REPRESENT/NATN LOWMAN, I TuTh 12:30-2P 123 DWINELLE 83209
S,SEASN 39G 1 FRESH/SOPH SEMINAR HART, K F 8-10A 279 DWINELLE 83212
S,SEASN C52 1 INTRO TO BUDDHISM BAUMS, S TuTh 3:30-5P 160 KROEBER 83215
S,SEASN C52 101 INTRO TO BUDDHISM KERR, S W 12-1P 1229 DWINELLE 83218
S,SEASN C52 102 INTRO TO BUDDHISM MCMULLEN, M W 1-2P 205 DWINELLE 83221
S,SEASN C52 103 INTRO TO BUDDHISM MCMULLEN, M W 2-3P 83 DWINELLE 83224
S,SEASN C52 104 INTRO TO BUDDHISM MCMULLEN, M W 3-4P 79 DWINELLE 83227
S,SEASN C52 105 INTRO TO BUDDHISM KERR, S Th 1-2P 246 DWINELLE 83230
S,SEASN C52 106 INTRO TO BUDDHISM KERR, S Th 2-3P 246 DWINELLE 83233
S,SEASN 120 1 TOPICS S,SEASN ALI, N TuTh 2-3:30P 187 DWINELLE 83260
S,SEASN 250 1 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN FARUQUI, M D F 2-5P 279 DWINELLE 83335
S,SEASN 294 1 METHODS IN S,SEASN HADLER, J A M 3-6P 175 DWINELLE 83383
S,SEASN 120 2 TOPICS S,SEASN LEWIS, S L TuTh 2-3:30P 233 DWINELLE 83262
S,SEASN 84 1 SOPHOMORE SEMINAR
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M
SMITH, F J
TRAN, B H
F 4-6P 263 DWINELLE 83235
S,SEASN 24 1 FRESHMAN SEMINAR EDWARDS, P S M 2-3P 175 DWINELLE 83211
SANSKR 100A 1 ELEM SANSKRIT GOLDMAN, S J MWF 8-10A 263 DWINELLE 85303
SANSKR 101A 1 INTERMED SANSKRIT GOLDMAN, S J MF 12-2P 210 DWINELLE 85306
SANSKR 200A 1 SANSKRIT LITERATURE GOLDMAN, R P MF 2-3:30P 346B DWINELLE 85309
SANSKR 206 1 MID INDIC BAUMS, S W 3-6P 288 DWINELLE 85312
SEASIAN 137 1 ISLAM & SOC SEASIA HADLER, J A TuTh 2-3:30P 80 BARROWS canceled
SEASIAN 128 1 INTR MOD IND ML LIT TIWON, S C TuTh 3:30-5P 179 DWINELLE 84111
SEASIAN 10A 1 INTRD CIV SE ASIA EDWARDS, P S TuTh 9:30-11A 219 DWINELLE 84103
SEASIAN 10A 101 INTRD CIV SE ASIA THAMRIN, U Tu 8-9A 255 DWINELLE 84106
SEASIAN 10A 102 INTRD CIV SE ASIA THAMRIN, U Th 1-2P 251 DWINELLE 84109
TAMIL 101A 1 READINGS IN TAMIL HART, K TuTh 11-12:30P 233 DWINELLE 85609
TAMIL 1A 101 INTROD TAMIL HART, K UNSCHEDULED NO FACILITY 85606
TAMIL 1A 1 INTROD TAMIL HART, K TuTh 9:30-11A 233 DWINELLE 85603
TAMIL 210A 1 SMR TAMIL LIT HART, G L UNSCHEDULED 350B DWINELLE 85612
TELUGU 1A 1 ELEM TELUGU SUNKARI, H WF 12-2P 206 WHEELER 85803
THAI 100A 1 INTERMEDIATE THAI CHOWCHUVECH, S M 5:30-7P 263 DWINELLE 85903
VIETNMS 1A 1 INTRO VIETNAMESE TRAN, B H MTuWThF 12-1P 103 WHEELER 86003
VIETNMS 1A 2 INTRO VIETNAMESE TRAN, B H MTuWThF 1-2P 235 DWINELLE 86006
VIETNMS 100A 1 INTERMED VIET TRAN, B H MTuWThF 2-3P 106 DWINELLE 86018
VIETNMS 100A 2 INTERMED VIET TRAN, H MTuWThF 3-4P 106 DWINELLE 86021
VIETNMS 101A 1 ADVANCED VIETNAMESE TRAN, H MWF 12-1P 187 DWINELLE 86027