Fall 2012

Begins on: 
August 23, 2012

INTRO VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 1A
78 Barrows
MTWThF 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.

Textbook(s)

Conversational Vietnamese (Seventh Edition), Bac Hoai Tran, Tin & Dong, Messrs., ISBN: ConvViet7

Vietnamese Dictionary and Phrasebook, Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 0781809916

RECOMMENDED

Colloquial Vietnamese with CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 0415436079

Colloquial Vietnamese without CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 0415435765

INTRO VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 1A
103 WHEELER
MTWThF 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. Prerequisites: 1A or equivalent or consent of instructor.

Textbook(s)

Conversational Vietnamese (Seventh Edition), Bac Hoai Tran, Tin & Dong, Messrs., ISBN: ConvViet7

Vietnamese Dictionary and Phrasebook, Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 0781809916

RECOMMENDED

Colloquial Vietnamese with CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 0415436079

Colloquial Vietnamese without CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 0415435765

INTROD INDONESIAN

MALAY/I 1A
101 WHEELER
MW 10-12P and 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.

Textbook(s)

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

INTERMED VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 100A
255 DWINELLE
MTWTHF 2-3P
5
86009
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.

Textbook(s)

Vietnamese-English/English-Vietnamese Practical Dictionary, Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 0781812445

INTRODUCTORY HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
279 DWINELLE
MTWThF 8-9A
5
84603
HUETTEMANN, A L

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 communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

Textbook(s)

Introduction to Hindi Grammar, U. R. Jain, UCB-CSAS Publications, ISBN: 094461325X

Essential Hindi Dictionary: A Teach Yourself Guide, Rupert Snell, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, ISBN: 0071759953

INTRODUCTORY HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
279 DWINELLE
MTWThF 10-11A
5
84606
HUETTEMAN, A L

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 communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

Textbook(s)

Introduction to Hindi Grammar, U. R. Jain, UCB-CSAS Publications, ISBN: 094461325X

Essential Hindi Dictionary: A Teach Yourself Guide, Rupert Snell, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, ISBN: 0071759953

INTRODUCTORY HINDI

HIN-URD 1A
206 DWINELLE
MTWThW 3-4P
5
84609
GOULDING, G Y

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 communicative skills in both spoken and written language within a cultural framework.

INTERMEDIATE HINDI

HIN-URD 100A
228 DWINELLE
MW 12-10P
4
84615
HUETTEMAN, A L

Prerequisite: Hindi 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.

Textbook(s)

Advanced Hindi Grammar, U. R. Jain, UCB-IEAS Publications, ISBN: 094461342X

Intermediate Hindi Reader, U. R. Jain, UCB-IEAS Publications, ISBN: 087725351X

INTERMEDIATE HINDI

HIN-URD 100A
228 DWINELLE
F 12-2P
84618
HUETTEMANN, A L

Discussion section

INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT

S ASIAN C215A
288 DWINELLLE
W 3-6P
2-4
84030
VON ROSPATT, A

The seminar is to provide a foundation for engaging with the core doctrines of scholastic Buddhism, notably its analysis of the mind and its functioning. I intend to focus on mainstream Sarvastivada-Sautrantika Buddhist doctrine, reading a short Abhidharma work by Vasubandhu, the Pancaskandhaka. The Pancaskandhaka is a concise text, a primer of sorts, that we will be able to read in its entirety. In addition to the recent Sanskrit edition (which is based on a manuscript that became available only in the last decade in China), we will also consult the Tibetan and Chinese translation (Professors Sharf and Dalton might join us for that) and have recourse to the Sanskrit manuscript itself. While the Pancaskandhaka offers a comprehensive summary of mainstream Buddhist doctrine, the reading is also intended as a platform to engage more specifically with particular aspects of Indian doctrinal Buddhism, including a comparison with Pali abhidhammma where useful. Furthermore, the reading of the Pancaskandhaka is to serve as a stepping stone for an engagement with Yogacara Buddhism. Time allowing we will start reading Yogacara sources already in fall, though this is meant to be in principle the theme of my seminar in the spring term.

BUDDHISM CONTEMP

S,SEASN C145
160 KROEBER
MWF 1-2P
4
83266
VON ROSPATT, A

This class will focus on the Newar Buddhist tradition of the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. While in India itself Buddhism did not survive beyond the fourteenth century, it has persisted among the Newars till the present day in Nepal. This allows for the unique chance to study Indic Mahayana Buddhism (and the manifold forms of tantric practice it includes) “on the ground” as a vibrant and dynamic religious tradition that concretely shapes and structures the lives of people and the culture and society they inhabit, and that in turn is transformed by the adaptation to this culture and society. We will approach the Newar Buddhist tradition and the dynamics of adaptation by examining particular themes such as Buddhist monasticism and its interaction with the laity, the adaptation to the caste system, the cult of stupas and images, festivals of Buddhists deities, life-cycle rites of passage, the tradition’s narrative literature, etc. Particular attention will be paid to the complex relations between Newar Buddhism and the Hindu and the autochthonous religious traditions it coexists with. Another important topic will be the recent introduction of Theravada Buddhism to the Kathmandu Valley, and the impact of Buddhist modernism. The exploration of Newar Buddhism will be tied to other Buddhist and Indic religious traditions and their practice in society. In this way the class will not only make sense of a complex religious field, the Newar tradition of the Kathmandu valley, but also allow for more general insights into Indic Buddhism and how its functions in society. The treatment of the Newar Buddhist tradition will be brought to life by the extensive presentation of visual materials including documentaries, and rare and fascinating video footage. Instead of set books there will be an extensive reader, which will be available on the day that classes start at University Copy on 2425 Channing Way.

ELEM TELUGU

TELUGU 1A
50 BARROWS
WF 12-2P
4
85803
SUNKARI, H

Elementary Telugu course introduces Telugu language and culture. This is not a lecture type course, but interaction type course. Topics are presented by the instructor and exercises are given daily, and there will be assignments, quizzes, midterm and final (both oral and written) exams. No previous knowledge of the language or training is required. Students are encouraged to listen to conversation audios and are expected to actively participate in the learning process.

STD IN S,SEASN LANG - Intermediate Telugu

S,SEASN 149
350A DWINELLE
WF 10-12:00P
2-4
83281
SUNKARI, H

Prerequisite: Completion of Elementary Telugu or consent of instructor.

This course is designed to expand the systematic grammar, vocabulary, proficiency in reading, writing and speaking Telugu language. This course gives more cultural, historical and sociological exposure from the study materials like simple poems, selected short stories and news paper, magazine readings. By the end of the course students will be able to read, write, and comprehend the text adequately. And also will be able to gain fair knowledge of Telugu culture and history. This course will provide a solid base for those who are planning to continue advanced studies in Telugu literature, linguistics and culture.

This is not a lecture type course, but interaction type course. Topics are presented by the instructor and exercises are given daily, and there will be final exam. Students are encouraged to read texts regularly, and are expected to actively participate in the learning process.

FRESH/SOPH SEMINAR - "Think Gender” in Indian Short Stories

S,SEASN 39G
L45 Unit III
F 8-10A
2
83215
HART, K

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.

FRESHMAN SEMINAR - First Person Plural: Voices Across Cultures

S,SEASN 24
108 WHEELER
M 2-3P
1
83212
EDWARDS, P S

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  a novel by Michio Takeyama (Harp of Burma), and short stories by Madeleine Thien (Simple Recipes), Rattawut Lapcharoensap (Sightseeing), Merlinda Bobis (White Turtle) and Nam Le (The Boat). We will situate these readings, which journey to and from or transit through, Burma, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam, against essays on creativity, translation and mobility by writers Michael Chabon (Imaginary Homelands) and Siri Hustvedt (Yonder). 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 Connections@Cal initiative.

Textbook(s)

Sightseeing, Rattawut Lapcharoensap, Grove Press, ISBN: 080217880

Harp of Burma, Michio Takeyama, Tuttle Press, ISBN: 0804802327

The Boat, Nam Le, Vintage, ISBN: 0307388190

Simple Recipes, Madeleine Thien, Back Bay Books, ISBN: 0316833169

ISLAM IN SOUTH ASIA

S ASIAN 144
182 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
84027
FARUQUI, M D

This is an introductory level course on the history of Muslim communities and institutions in South Asia.  Its aim is to introduce students to the broad historical currents of the expansion of Islam in the Indian subcontinent, the nature of pre-modern Muslim political authority, the interaction between religious communities, Islamic aesthetics and contributions to material culture, the varied engagements and reactions of Muslims to colonial rule, and the contemporary concerns of South Asia’s Muslims.

This course assumes no prior knowledge of South Asian or Islamic history.

INTROD PUNJABI

PUNJABI 1A
156 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P and F 10-12P
5
85203
UBHI, U K

Gurmukhi script. Survey of grammar. Graded exercises, leading to a mastery of basic language patterns, essential vocabulary, and achievement of basic reading and writing skills.

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
250 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84015
UM, J M

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.

Textbook(s)

Nuts and Bolts of College Writing, Michael Harvey, Hackett, ISBN: 0872205738

The Mahabharata, John D. Smith, Penguin, ISBN: 0140446818

The Ramayana, R. K. Narayan, Penguin, ISBN: 0143039679

INTERMEDIATE URDU

HIN-URD 103A
204 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
84624
JALIL, Q

ADVANCED FILIPINO

FILIPN 101A
279 DWINELLE
TTh 330-5P
3
84512
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

Students read and discuss essays on language, literature, and Phillippine society, and literary texts. Topics include language and the nation; poetry and discourse; language and ideology; and "pananalinghaga" (tropes/metaphors) in understanding society. The students choose whether they would like to go on a creative (poetry, fiction) or a research track (essay).

RELIG SOUTH INDIA

S ASIAN C141
179 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P
3
84024
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 survey the unique expression of Buddhism and Jainism that have flourished in South India. This study 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.

Textbook(s)

Speaking of Siva, Anonymous Author, Trans. A. K. Ramanujan, Penguin, ISBN: 0140442707

The Secret Garland, Archana Venkatesan, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 0195391756

Classical Telugu Poetry: An Anthology, David Shulman & Rao Velcheru Narayana, University of California Press, ISBN: 0520225988

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Southeast Asia: Historiography and Theory

S,SEASN 250
125 DWINELLE
M 2-5P
4
83353
HADLER, J A

This graduate seminar will be an introduction to debates and current research on the histories, cultures, and literatures of Southeast Asia. We will discuss historiographical efforts to conceptualize and teach about the region as a bounded field of study. Attention will be paid to the different approaches that Southeast Asian, European, American, and Japanese scholarship have taken to Southeast Asian Studies. We will analyze the place of religion, race, colonialism, Chineseness and other minority identities, gender, the idea of self-writing, and of pre-colonial tradition in Southeast Asianist discourse. There will be an focus on primary source-based research and the seminar will include a writing-workshop component. Readings may include works by Barbara Andaya, Benedict Anderson, Clifford Geertz, Ariel Heryanto, Ray Ileto, Rudolf Mrazek, Sheldon Pollock, James Scott, Ann Stoler, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Oliver Wolters, and others.

Textbook(s)

The Flaming Womb, B. Andaya, University of Hawaii Press, ISBN: 0824832884

Pasyon and Revolution, Reynoldo Ileto, University of Hawaii Press, ISBN: 9715502326

Engineers of Happy Land, Rudolf Mrazek, Princeton University Press, ISBN: 0691091625

History, Culture, and Region in Southeast Asian Perspectives, Oliver Wolters, Cornell SE Asia Program Publications, ISBN: 0877277257

Weapons of the Weak: Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance, James C. Scott, Yale University Press, ISBN: 0300036418

Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Race and the Intimate in Colonial rule, Ann Laura Stoler, University of California Press, ISBN: 0520262468

ISLAM & SOC SEASIA

SEASIAN 137
215 DWINELLE
TTh 11-1230P
4
84115
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. We will trace 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 the 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. Readings will include primary sources in translation, literary texts, ethnographic works, and writings by colonial and local scholars.

Textbook(s)

Land of Five Towers, A. Fuadi, Gramedia, ISBN: 9792275940

Telling Lives, Telling History, S. Rodgers, UC Press, ISBN: 0520085477

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Debates in Medieval Indian History

S,SEASN 250
189 DWINELLE
M 2-5P
4
83356
FARUQUI, M D

Drawing on a broad cross-section of theoretical and methodological perspectives this course will interrogate some of the key historiographical debates that have shaped our understanding of the place of Islam and Muslims in pre-1750 Indian history. In so doing, you will be expected to not only think about the ways in which knowledge gets constituted and its impacts (both within academia and beyond) but, more crucially, the question of historical method itself.

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
155 KROEBER
MWF 11-12P
4
84003
GOLDMAN, R P

This course offers a broad historical and cultural survey of the civilizations of the Indian subcontinent from the earliest period known to archeology to the advent of Islam as a major cultural and political force around the 13th century CE. Attention will be paid to the geography and ethnography of the region, its political history and to the religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and artistic movements that have shaped it and contributed to its development as a unique, diverse and fascinating world civilization.

Lectures, readings and class discussions will center on salient texts, broadly defined, that have characterized major cultural, religious and political formations from the earliest antiquity to the late medieval period.

The course is open to all interested students and is required for those majoring or minoring in South Asian Studies.

Textbook(s)

India: A Brief History of a Civilization, Thomas R. Trautmann, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 0199736324

Sources of Indian Tradition, Vol. 1, A. Embree, Columbia University Press, ISBN: 0231066511

READINGS MODERN HIN

HIN-URD 101A
123 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2p
3
84621
JAIN, U R

This course is designed for students who have already achieved an intermediate level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing Hindi. Its objective is to move students toward a greater level of fluency in each of these key areas. It introduces students to a variety of contemporary literary genres. Weekly readings and discussions will be on short stories, poems, and dramatic sketches from representative authors. These readings focus on various social, cultural, political, and historical aspects of Indian society. Students are encouraged to explore these issues in their written assignments as well as in their class discussions. Written assignments on themes suggested by the reading 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. The class will be conducted entirely in Hindi and students will acquire language skills sufficient to approach literary texts on their own.
 
Note: This course can be repeated for credit.

INTERMED VIET

VIETNMS 100A
106 DWINELLE
MTWThF 3-4P
5
86012
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 on the more abstract, intellectual topics such as history, arts and folklore. Students will also be introduced to Vietnamese literature and sample readings from modern and contemporary Vietnamese writers.

Textbook(s)

Chung ta noi - Conversational Vietnamese, Le Pham Thuy Kim & Nguyen Kim Oanh, University of Washington Press, ISBN: 0295980893

ADVANCED VIETNAMESE

VIETNMS 101A
262 DWINELLE
MWF 12-1P
3
86015
TRAN, H

This course provides an introduction to Vietnamese literature and culture through extensive reading of Vietnamese texts. Selection of reading sources will vary from semester to semester and will include novels, short stories, poetry, news articles and essays from the classical, colonial, and contemporary eras.  Among the topics to be addressed in class are the nature of the Sino-Vietnamese classical tradition, the cultural legacies of French colonialism, historical legacy of the Vietnam War, the regional character of literary and cultural production, the emergence of a distinctive Vietnamese modernity, and Vietnamese gender norms and dynamics in history. Regular attendance and participation in classroom activities is mandatory and no English will be spoken in class.

SOPHOMORE SEMINAR - Contemporary Southeast Asian Society and Culture through Film

S,SEASN 84
211 DWINELLE
F 4-6P
1-2
83239
BARRIOS, TRAN, SMITH

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.  This seminar is part of the Connections@Cal initiative.

INTRD URDU

HIN-URD 2A
263 DWINELLE
MTWThF 2-3P
5
84612
JALIL, Q

Urdu course intended for students for fresh students/students at beginner’s level. Speaking, listening, reading and writing, all four skills will be taught. There will be a bit more emphasis/focus on oral skills. Sentence structure and grammar construction will be presented through example/models, however brief/necessary explanation will also be made.

INTERMEDIATE URDU

HIN-URD 103A
204 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
84624
JALIL, Q

Urdu course which is intended for students who have completed two semesters of Urdu or who have equivalent proficiency in Urdu. All four skills, speaking, listening, reading and writing, will be taught. Sentence structure and grammar construction will be presented through example/models, however, necessary/brief explanation will also be give.

ADVANCED URDU

HIN-URD 104A
235 DWINELLE
MWF 5-6P
3
84627
JALIL, Q

Urdu course which is intended for those students who have already completed four semesters of Urdu or who have equivalent level of proficiency. Speaking, listening, reading and, writing, all four skills will be taught. There will be a bit more emphasis/focus on reading comprehension. Emphasis/focus can shift one way or the other after evaluating students’ performance/level in various skills. Sentence structure and grammar construction will be taught through example/model, however, brief/necessary explanation of such things will also be given.

INTRO TO FILIPINO

FILIPN 1A
187 DWINELLE
MTWThF 11-12P
5
84503
ABAN, C C

A systematic introduction to the grammar, sentence patterns, and essential vocabulary of modern standard Filipino. Emphasis is placed on extensive practice in idiomatic Filipino conversation, with additional practice in reading and writing Filipino.

Textbook(s)

Tagalog for Beginners, Joi Barrios, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN: 0804841268

ARTICUL FEMALE INDO

SEASIAN 130
187 DWINELLE
TTh 330-5P
4
84112
TIWON, S C

In this course we will examine the ways in which gender is constructed and reinforced in a postcolonial society  through literature, oral and manuscript narratives, and ritual performance.  We will pay particular attention to the impact of global forces upon local communities.

SEM MAL LET ORL TRD

MALAY/I 210A
204 WHEELER
W 3-6P
4
85009
TIWON, S C

This seminar covers various aspects of Indonesian and Malay language and literature, history and the development of the literature, including classical and modern literatures of Indonesia and the Malay world, and oral narratives.   For Fall 2012 we will explore the mythic imaginary as it is expressed in oral, classical and modern texts. 

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
88 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330
4
84103
LEWIS, S L

Introduces the diverse cultural and political worlds of mainland Southeast Asia.  In Fall 2012, our primary focus is on Thailand and Burma. We consider key cultural concepts, such as mandala and Buddhist cosmology, while tracking the development of gender relations, nationalism, colonialism/semi-colonialism and communism, and the emergence of nation-states and ethnic identities throughout Southeast Asian history. Our sources include academic articles, fiction, film and music.

Textbook(s)

Southeast Asia: An Introductory History, Milton Osborne, Allen & Unwin, ISBN: 174237302X

A History of Thailand, Chris Baker & Pasuk Phongpaichit, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0521759153

Letters from Thailand, Botan, University of Washington Press, ISBN: 9747551675

INTRODUCTORY THAI

THAI 1A
106 DWINELLE
MF 530-7P and W 530-730P
5
85903
CHOWCHUVECH, S

Introductory to Thai (Thai 1A) is designed for students who has no, or very little, knowledge on  speaking, reading, or writing Thai. Heritage students who speak Thai well, but wish to learn how to read and write, will be advised to come to the first class to pick up alphabet sheets and instruction for self-study, then join next semester's class  (Thai 1B)

Initially,  students will rely on romanized phonetic system as a crutch. The first few weeks will focus on learning to read adequately so as to abandon transliteration system as soon as possible. The goal for this class is for students to be able to speak. Simple conversation drills occur throughout the course. Students will learn greetings, small talks, and asking questions. There will be opportunity for frequent practice with native Thai speakers.  The second half of the course will focus on laying solid foundation for basic sentence structure, and building more vocabulary words. By the end of the class, students should be able to construct simple conversation independent of a script, and able to read first grade text book.

Textbook(s)

Everyday Thai for Beginners, Wiworn Kesavatana-Dohrs, Silkworm Press, ISBN: 9749575970

INTERMED BENGALI

BANGLA 101A
80 BARROWS
MW 12-2P and F 1-2P
5
84403
BASU, A

Learn to read,write,speak, and comprehend Bengali language at a higher level than beginner; acquire cultural literacy and literary appreciation in Bengali, to be familiar to the language and culture of the area.

INTRO TO FILIPINO

FILIPN 1A
206 WHEELER
MTWThF 1-2P
5
84506
ABAN, C C

A systematic introduction to the grammar, sentence patterns, and essential vocabulary of modern standard Filipino. Emphasis is placed on extensive practice in idiomatic Filipino conversation, with additional practice in reading and writing Filipino.

Textbook(s)

Tagalog for Beginners, Joi Barrios, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN: 0804841268

INTERMED FILIPINO

FILIPN 100A
89 DWINELLE
MW 2-4P & F 3-4P
5
84509
Aban, C C

The goal of this course is to enable students to increase their proficiency in Filipino to at least the intermediate-high level of the national ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines. While speaking and listening comprehension will be stressed, training in reading and writing Filipino will be an integral part of instruction. Films and video/audio materials will supplement written texts.

INTERMED FILIPINO

FILIPN 100A
228 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P and F 2-4P
5
84511
BARRIOS-LEBLAN

The goal of this course is to enable students to increase their proficiency in Filipino to at least the intermediate-high level of the national ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines. While speaking and listening comprehension will be stressed, training in reading and writing Filipino will be an integral part of instruction. Films and video/audio materials will supplement written texts.

INTRD URDU

HIN-URD 2A
263 DWINELLE
MTWThF 2-3P
5
84612
JALIL, Q

Urdu course intended for students for fresh students/students at beginner’s level. Speaking, listening, reading and writing, all four skills will be taught. There will be a bit more emphasis/focus on oral skills. Sentence structure and grammar construction will be presented through example/models, however brief/necessary explanation will also be made.

INTRODUCTORY KHMER

KHMER 1A
103 WHEELER
MTWThF 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
MTWTh 4-530P
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
MW 10-1130A
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.

ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT

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

Elements of Sanskrit grammar and practice in reading Sanskrit texts.

Textbook(s)

Devavanipravesika: An Introduction to the Sanskrit Language, Robert Goldman & Sally J. Sutherland-Goldman, UCB-CSAS Publications, ISBN: 0944613403

INTERMEDIATE 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.

Textbook(s)

A Higher Sanskrit Grammar, Moreshwar Ramchandra Kale, South Asia Books, ISBN: 8120801776

Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary, V. S. Apte, South Asia Books, ISBN: 8120805674

Sanskrit-English Dictionary, M. Monier-Williams, South Asia Books, ISBN: 8120800656

SANSKRIT LITERATURE

SANSKR 200A
346B DWINELLE
MF 2-330P
4
85309
GOLDMAN, R P

Advanced readings in Sanskrit literature, including Sanskrit ornate poetry with emphasis on the canons of poetic analysis of the Indian aesthetic tradition.

MIDDLE INDIC

SANSKR 206
107 MULFORD
W 3-6P
4
85312
The Staff

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

GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
TTh 8-930A
4
84012
BROOKS, 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.

Textbook(s)

The Ramayana, R. K. Narayan, Penguin, ISBN: 0143039679

The Roots of Ayurveda, Various Authors, Trans. Dominik Wujastyk, Penguin, ISBN: 0140448241

Yoga: Discipline of Freedom, Patanjali, Trans. Barbara Stoler Miller, Random House, ISBN: 0553374281

GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84009
PAUL, A

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.

Textbook(s)

The Mahabharata, C. V. Narasimhan, Columbia University Press, ISBN: 0231110553

The Ramayana, R. K. Narayan, Penguin, ISBN: 0143039679

Splitting the Difference: Gender and Myth in Ancient Greece and India, Wendy Doniger, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 0226156419

The Baburnama: Memoirs of Babur, Prince and Emperor, W. M. Thackston Jr., Random House, ISBN: 035761373

The Craft of Research, Wayne Booth, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 0226065669

GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 8-9A
4
84006
OBROCK, L J

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.

Textbook(s)

Rama's Last Act, Bhavabhuti, NYU Press, ISBN: 0814767338

Theater of Memory: Plays of Kalidasa, Barbara S. Miller, Columbia University Press, ISBN: 023105839X

The Ramayana, R. K. Narayan, Penguin, ISBN: 0143039679

INTRODUCTORY TAMIL

TAMIL 1A
211 DWINELLE
TTh 930-11A
5
85603
HART, K

The grammar of modern Tamil will be covered followed by readings in simple texts. Practice will also be given in spoken Tamil.

READINGS IN TAMIL

TAMIL 101A
104 DWINELLE
TTh 11-1230P
4
85609
HART, K

These courses introduce students to a variety of literary styles. 101A will consist of weekly readings and discussions of short stories, poems, and dramatic sketches from representative authors. Short written assignments on themes suggested by the readings are required. Special attention is paid to matters of style and idiom. 101B is devoted to viewing films based on a variety of themes (social, village, mythological, classical Tamil) and to reading scripts and oral written exercises. Students will acquire language skills sufficient to approach literary texts on their own.

SEMINAR IN TAMIL LITERATURE - Writing a South Indian Empire: Textual Culture in the Cōḻa State

TAMIL 210A
104 GPB
Tu 330-630P
4
85612
WENTWORTH, B

The Cōḻa dynasty (9th -- 13th c.), whose kings rose from their early origins in the Kaveri river delta to become the foremost lords of peninsular India, ruled over the most celebrated empire in south Indian history.  This course examines the texts and textual culture that articulated Cōḻa rule: in Tamil, from the narration of an ancient past in the Tamil poetry of the early centuries CE to the twelfth-century Tamil masterpieces that today stand as the core of the literary tradition; in Sanskrit, from the early genealogic panegyrics to the Śaiva texts centered around the great temple center of Chidambaram.  Textuality is to be construed broadly, with proper concern for Cōḻas' vast inscriptional record and patronage of the visual arts, and particular attention will be paid to issues of language choice and vernacularization.   No Tamil or Sanskrit required, but students with facility in these languages will be encouraged to discuss the primary sources in conjunction with the supplied translations.

This course may also be taken as S,SEASN 250 Section 4 (CCN 83361) with less emphasis on Tamil texts.

BUDDHISM CONTEMP

S,SEASN C145
2038 VALLEY LSB
Th 12-1P
83269
VON ROSPATT, A

INTROD TAMIL

TAMIL 1A
NO FACILITY
UNSCHED
85606
HART, K

INTERMED INDONESIAN

MALAY/I 100A
203 WHEELER
MW 12-2P and 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.

Textbook(s)

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

INTERMED PUNJABI

PUNJABI 100A
3401 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P and F 10-12P
5
85206
UBHI, U K

Focus on reading, writing and speaking Punjabi more fluently in formal and informal contexts. Selected readings vary every semester. These form the starting point to stimulate students' own writings which include a long interview with a Punjabi elder from the wider community. These may be recorded in the students' own voices and form a contribution to the ongoing "Punjabi Voices" project. Review of grammar provided as needed in addition to the introduction of more complex grammatical structures. Grading based on performance in class and final presentation, weekly quizzes, two midterms, and a final.

TIBETAN BUDDHISM

S ASIAN C214
288 DWINELLE
Th 2-5P
2-4
84029
DALTON, J

Seminar in Tibetan Buddhism. This course provides a place for graduate-level seminars in Tibetan Buddhism that rely primarily on secondary sources and Tibetan texts in translation.  Content will vary between semesters but will typically focus on a particular theme.  Themes will be chosen according to student interests, with an eye toward introducing students to the breadth of available western scholarship on Tibet, from classics in the field to the latest publications.

Fall2012: This year's seminar will examine the formation of Buddhist traditions in Tibet from the tenth to the twentieth centuries. After a preliminary review of the kinds of sources that are available to the Tibetan religious historian, class discussions will focus on a range of mechanisms for establishing authority, from polemical writings to lineage formation, visionary encounters and biography, to temple construction, sacred geography, and warfare. The readings will procede chronologically, and class discussions will be supplemented with selections from Tibetan art dating from the period in question. Each student will be expected to pick, in consultation with the instructor, a week (or two, depending on enrollment) in which s/he will present on a Tibetan text (either in Tibetan or in translation) relating to that week’s readings. Prerequisites: C114 ("Tibetan Buddhism"); or consent of instructor.

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
204 DWINELLE
MWF 8-9A
4
83203
PACKMAN, M E

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.

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
210 DWINELLE
TTh 8-930A
4
83206
FAGAN, D

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.

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
175 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
83209
HEWITT, M R

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.

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
390 HEARST MIN
TTh 11-1230P
4
83218
DALTON, J

Introduction to the Study of Buddhism. This course will provide a basic understanding of the teachings and practices of Buddhism. The central issues will be situated within their broader Indian historical contexts, and the readings follow a generally chronological order. The course begins with the life of the Buddha, the early teachings, and the founding of the Buddhist monastic order. The course then progresses to the cosmological and philosophical developments of the Mahayana, followed by the ritual and mythological innovations of the Buddhist tantras. The final section takes a brief look at how Buddhism moved into other regions such as Tibet, China, and Japan. Prerequisites: None.

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
250 DWINELLE
Th 1-2P
83221
DACHILLE-HEY, R

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
205 DWINELLE
Th 2-3P
83224
DACHILLE-HEY, R

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
205 DWINELLE
Th 3-4P
83227
DACHILLE-HEY, R

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
1229 DWINELLE
F 12-1P
83230
ANDERSON, K L

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
1229 DWINELLE
F 1-2P
83233
ANDERSON, K L

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
1229 DWINELLE
F 2-3P
83236
ANDERSON, K L

BUDDHISM CONTEMP

S,SEASN C145
258 DWINELLE
Th 2-3P
83272
THE STAFF

This class will focus on the Newar Buddhist tradition of the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. While in India itself Buddhism did not survive beyond the fourteenth century, it has persisted among the Newars till the present day in Nepal. This allows for the unique chance to study Indic Mahayana Buddhism (and the manifold forms of tantric practice it includes) “on the ground” as a vibrant and dynamic religious tradition that concretely shapes and structures the lives of people and the culture and society they inhabit, and that in turn is transformed by the adaptation to this culture and society. We will approach the Newar Buddhist tradition and the dynamics of adaptation by examining particular themes such as Buddhist monasticism and its interaction with the laity, the adaptation to the caste system, the cult of stupas and images, festivals of Buddhists deities, life-cycle rites of passage, the tradition’s narrative literature, etc. Particular attention will be paid to the complex relations between Newar Buddhism and the Hindu and the autochthonous religious traditions it coexists with. Another important topic will be the recent introduction of Theravada Buddhism to the Kathmandu Valley, and the impact of Buddhist modernism. The exploration of Newar Buddhism will be tied to other Buddhist and Indic religious traditions and their practice in society. In this way the class will not only make sense of a complex religious field, the Newar tradition of the Kathmandu valley, but also allow for more general insights into Indic Buddhism and how its functions in society. The treatment of the Newar Buddhist tradition will be brought to life by the extensive presentation of visual materials including documentaries, and rare and fascinating video footage. Instead of set books there will be an extensive reader, which will be available on the day that classes start at University Copy on 2425 Channing Way.

BUDDHISM CONTEMP

S,SEASN C145
54 BARROWS
F 12-1P
83275
THE STAFF

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
187 DWINELLE
Tu 8-9A
84106
KERR, S M

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
87 DWINELLE
F 2-3P
84109
KERR, S M

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN

S,SEASN 250
123 DWINELLE
F 3-6P
4
83359
EDWARDS, P S

Gender, Sexuality and Colonialism in Southeast Asia

This graduate seminar introduces students to foundational approaches to the study of gender and sexuality, as applied to three distinct countries in modern mainland Southeast Asia whose study will enhance awareness of comparative cultural and colonial studies. Core coursework involves close reading of recent scholarship on gender, sexuality and colonialism in Burma (governed as part of British India), Cambodia (a French Protectorate) and Siam/Thailand (never colonized). Through these readings, we will critically examine the intersection between emergent and contingent colonial and national categories of gender, sexuality and race.  The major course assignment, a research essay, allows all course participants the opportunity to apply concepts and theories discussed in the course to the country of their primary research interest, whether in South or Southeast Asia.

TEACHING METHODS

S,SEASN 300
332 GIANNINI
F 10-12P
3
83454
EDWARDS, P S

TOPICS S,SEASN - Philippines: History, Literature, Performance

S,SEASN 120
243 DWINELLE
TTh 5-630P
4
83265
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

The course focuses on Philippine history through literature and performance during the indigenous or precolonial period (pre-16th century), the Spanish and American colonial periods, and contemporary times.  This includes:  traditional forms (rituals, poetry, songs, dances) that give insights to belief systems and economic, political and social life during the indigenous period; performance and literary forms that were instruments both of colonial conquest and anti-colonial movements;  and theater and literature that participated in discourses on agrarian issues, labor, Martial law and militarism, gender rights, academic freedom, and human rights.

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Writing a South Indian Empire: Textual Culture in the Cōḻa State

S,SEASN 250
TBA
4
83361
WENTWORTH, B

The Cōḻa dynasty (9th -- 13th c.), whose kings rose from their early origins in the Kaveri river delta to become the foremost lords of peninsular India, ruled over the most celebrated empire in south Indian history.  This course examines the texts and textual culture that articulated Cōḻa rule: in Tamil, from the narration of an ancient past in the Tamil poetry of the early centuries CE to the twelfth-century Tamil masterpieces that today stand as the core of the literary tradition; in Sanskrit, from the early genealogic panegyrics to the Śaiva texts centered around the great temple center of Chidambaram.  Textuality is to be construed broadly, with proper concern for Cōḻas' vast inscriptional record and patronage of the visual arts, and particular attention will be paid to issues of language choice and vernacularization.   No Tamil or Sanskrit required, but students with facility in these languages will be encouraged to discuss the primary sources in conjunction with the supplied translations.

This course may also be taken as TAMIL 210A Section 1 (CCN 85612) with more emphasis on Tamil texts.

ADVANCED THAI: Language and Culture

THAI 101A
180 Barrows
M 2-4P & F 3-4P
3
85906
CHOWCHUVECH, S

Prerequisites: Thai 100B or equivalent.

In this third-year course, students will learn to read and listen to authentic materials from a variety of contemporary sources including print, web, and broadcast media, and short stories. Students will explore the Thai cultural psyche in order to gain a deeper understanding of cultural values and constructs, their historical development, and the dialectical forces of the old and the new. Students will be required to engage in critical analysis and debate.

 

INTRODUCTORY PUNJABI

PUNJABI 1A
TBA
TBA
5
85205
UBHI, U K

INTROD PUNJABI

PUNJABI 1A
72 Evans
TTh 930-11A, F 10-12P
5
85205
UBHI, U K

Gurmukhi script. Survey of grammar. Graded exercises, leading to a mastery of basic language patterns, essential vocabulary, and achievement of basic reading and writing skills.

INTROD INDONESIAN

Canceled
MALAY/I 1A
51/61 Evans
TTh 8-10A and F 11-12P
5
-
LUNDE, N K

This section has been cancelled.

Another section of the same course is available. It meets in 101 Wheeler MW 10-12P and F 10-11A.

CCN: 85003

 

Dept/Crssort icon Sec Title Instructor Days/Times Location CCN
BANGLA 101A 1 INTERMED BENGALI BASU, A MW 12-2P
and F 1-2P
80 BARROWS 84403
FILIPN 101A 1 ADVANCED FILIPINO BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 330-5P 279 DWINELLE 84512
FILIPN 1A 1 INTRO TO FILIPINO ABAN, C C MTWThF 11-12P 187 DWINELLE 84503
FILIPN 1A 2 INTRO TO FILIPINO ABAN, C C MTWThF 1-2P 206 WHEELER 84506
FILIPN 100A 1 INTERMED FILIPINO Aban, C C MW 2-4P & F 3-4P 89 DWINELLE 84509
FILIPN 100A 2 INTERMED FILIPINO BARRIOS-LEBLAN TTh 2-330P
and F 2-4P
228 DWINELLE 84511
HIN-URD 1A 1 INTRODUCTORY HINDI HUETTEMANN, A L MTWThF 8-9A 279 DWINELLE 84603
HIN-URD 1A 2 INTRODUCTORY HINDI HUETTEMAN, A L MTWThF 10-11A 279 DWINELLE 84606
HIN-URD 1A 3 INTRODUCTORY HINDI GOULDING, G Y MTWThW 3-4P 206 DWINELLE 84609
HIN-URD 100A 1 INTERMEDIATE HINDI HUETTEMAN, A L MW 12-10P 228 DWINELLE 84615
HIN-URD 100A 101 INTERMEDIATE HINDI HUETTEMANN, A L F 12-2P 228 DWINELLE 84618
HIN-URD 103A 1 INTERMEDIATE URDU JALIL, Q MWF 3-4P 204 DWINELLE 84624
HIN-URD 101A 1 READINGS MODERN HIN JAIN, U R TTh 1230-2p 123 DWINELLE 84621
HIN-URD 2A 1 INTRD URDU JALIL, Q MTWThF 2-3P 263 DWINELLE 84612
HIN-URD 103A 1 INTERMEDIATE URDU JALIL, Q MWF 3-4P 204 DWINELLE 84624
HIN-URD 104A 1 ADVANCED URDU JALIL, Q MWF 5-6P 235 DWINELLE 84627
HIN-URD 2A 1 INTRD URDU JALIL, Q MTWThF 2-3P 263 DWINELLE 84612
KHMER 1A 1 INTRODUCTORY KHMER SMITH, F J MTWThF 2-3P 103 WHEELER 84803
KHMER 100A 1 INTERMEDIATE KHMER SMITH, F J MTWTh 4-530P 33 DWINELLE 84806
KHMER 101A 1 ADVANCED KHMER SMITH, F J MW 10-1130A 2125 DWINELLE 84809
MALAY/I 1A 1 INTROD INDONESIAN LUNDE, N K MW 10-12P
and F 10-11A
101 WHEELER 85003
MALAY/I 210A 1 SEM MAL LET ORL TRD TIWON, S C W 3-6P 204 WHEELER 85009
MALAY/I 100A 1 INTERMED INDONESIAN LUNDE, N K MW 12-2P
and F 12-1P
203 WHEELER 85006
MALAY/I 1A 2 INTROD INDONESIAN LUNDE, N K TTh 8-10A
and F 11-12P
51/61 Evans -
PUNJABI 1A 1 INTROD PUNJABI UBHI, U K TTh 1230-2P
and F 10-12P
156 DWINELLE 85203
PUNJABI 100A 1 INTERMED PUNJABI UBHI, U K TTh 2-330P
and F 10-12P
3401 DWINELLE 85206
PUNJABI 1A 2 INTRODUCTORY PUNJABI UBHI, U K TBA TBA 85205
PUNJABI 1A 2 INTROD PUNJABI UBHI, U K TTh 930-11A, F 10-12P 72 Evans 85205
S ASIAN C215A 1 INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT VON ROSPATT, A W 3-6P 288 DWINELLLE 84030
S ASIAN 144 1 ISLAM IN SOUTH ASIA FARUQUI, M D TTh 1230-2P 182 DWINELLE 84027
S ASIAN R5A 4 GREAT BOOKS INDIA UM, J M MWF 1-2P 250 DWINELLE 84015
S ASIAN C141 1 RELIG SOUTH INDIA LITTLE, L R TTh 2-330P 179 DWINELLE 84024
S ASIAN 1A 1 CIV EARLY INDIA GOLDMAN, R P MWF 11-12P 155 KROEBER 84003
S ASIAN R5A 3 GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA BROOKS, L TTh 8-930A 123 DWINELLE 84012
S ASIAN R5A 2 GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA PAUL, A MWF 1-2P 123 DWINELLE 84009
S ASIAN R5A 1 GREAT BOOKS OF INDIA OBROCK, L J MWF 8-9A 123 DWINELLE 84006
S ASIAN C214 1 TIBETAN BUDDHISM DALTON, J Th 2-5P 288 DWINELLE 84029
S,SEASN C145 1 BUDDHISM CONTEMP VON ROSPATT, A MWF 1-2P 160 KROEBER 83266
S,SEASN 149 1 STD IN S,SEASN LANG - Intermediate Telugu SUNKARI, H WF 10-12:00P 350A DWINELLE 83281
S,SEASN 39G 1 FRESH/SOPH SEMINAR - "Think Gender” in Indian Short Stories HART, K F 8-10A L45 Unit III 83215
S,SEASN 24 1 FRESHMAN SEMINAR - First Person Plural: Voices Across Cultures EDWARDS, P S M 2-3P 108 WHEELER 83212
S,SEASN 250 1 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Southeast Asia: Historiography and Theory HADLER, J A M 2-5P 125 DWINELLE 83353
S,SEASN 250 2 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Debates in Medieval Indian History FARUQUI, M D M 2-5P 189 DWINELLE 83356
S,SEASN 84 1 SOPHOMORE SEMINAR - Contemporary Southeast Asian Society and Culture through Film BARRIOS, TRAN, SMITH F 4-6P 211 DWINELLE 83239
S,SEASN C145 101 BUDDHISM CONTEMP VON ROSPATT, A Th 12-1P 2038 VALLEY LSB 83269
S,SEASN R5A 1 SELF REPRESENT/NATN PACKMAN, M E MWF 8-9A 204 DWINELLE 83203
S,SEASN R5A 2 SELF REPRESENT/NATN FAGAN, D TTh 8-930A 210 DWINELLE 83206
S,SEASN R5A 3 SELF REPRESENT/NATN HEWITT, M R MWF 3-4P 175 DWINELLE 83209
S,SEASN C52 1 INTRO TO BUDDHISM DALTON, J TTh 11-1230P 390 HEARST MIN 83218
S,SEASN C52 101 INTRO TO BUDDHISM DACHILLE-HEY, R Th 1-2P 250 DWINELLE 83221
S,SEASN C52 102 INTRO TO BUDDHISM DACHILLE-HEY, R Th 2-3P 205 DWINELLE 83224
S,SEASN C52 103 INTRO TO BUDDHISM DACHILLE-HEY, R Th 3-4P 205 DWINELLE 83227
S,SEASN C52 104 INTRO TO BUDDHISM ANDERSON, K L F 12-1P 1229 DWINELLE 83230
S,SEASN C52 105 INTRO TO BUDDHISM ANDERSON, K L F 1-2P 1229 DWINELLE 83233
S,SEASN C52 106 INTRO TO BUDDHISM ANDERSON, K L F 2-3P 1229 DWINELLE 83236
S,SEASN C145 102 BUDDHISM CONTEMP THE STAFF Th 2-3P 258 DWINELLE 83272
S,SEASN C145 103 BUDDHISM CONTEMP THE STAFF F 12-1P 54 BARROWS 83275
S,SEASN 250 3 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN EDWARDS, P S F 3-6P 123 DWINELLE 83359
S,SEASN 300 1 TEACHING METHODS EDWARDS, P S F 10-12P 332 GIANNINI 83454
S,SEASN 120 1 TOPICS S,SEASN - Philippines: History, Literature, Performance BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 5-630P 243 DWINELLE 83265
S,SEASN 250 4 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Writing a South Indian Empire: Textual Culture in the Cōḻa State WENTWORTH, B TBA 83361
SANSKR 100A 1 ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT GOLDMAN, S J MWF 8-10A 175 DWINELLE 85303
SANSKR 101A 1 INTERMEDIATE SANSKRIT GOLDMAN, S J MF 12-2P 210 DWINELLE 85306
SANSKR 200A 1 SANSKRIT LITERATURE GOLDMAN, R P MF 2-330P 346B DWINELLE 85309
SANSKR 206 1 MIDDLE INDIC The Staff W 3-6P 107 MULFORD 85312
SEASIAN 137 1 ISLAM & SOC SEASIA HADLER, J A TTh 11-1230P 215 DWINELLE 84115
SEASIAN 130 1 ARTICUL FEMALE INDO TIWON, S C TTh 330-5P 187 DWINELLE 84112
SEASIAN 10A 1 INTRD CIV SE ASIA LEWIS, S L TTh 2-330 88 DWINELLE 84103
SEASIAN 10A 101 INTRD CIV SE ASIA KERR, S M Tu 8-9A 187 DWINELLE 84106
SEASIAN 10A 102 INTRD CIV SE ASIA KERR, S M F 2-3P 87 DWINELLE 84109
TAMIL 1A 1 INTRODUCTORY TAMIL HART, K TTh 930-11A 211 DWINELLE 85603
TAMIL 101A 1 READINGS IN TAMIL HART, K TTh 11-1230P 104 DWINELLE 85609
TAMIL 210A 1 SEMINAR IN TAMIL LITERATURE - Writing a South Indian Empire: Textual Culture in the Cōḻa State WENTWORTH, B Tu 330-630P 104 GPB 85612
TAMIL 1A 101 INTROD TAMIL HART, K UNSCHED NO FACILITY 85606
TELUGU 1A 1 ELEM TELUGU SUNKARI, H WF 12-2P 50 BARROWS 85803
THAI 1A 1 INTRODUCTORY THAI CHOWCHUVECH, S MF 530-7P
and W 530-730P
106 DWINELLE 85903
THAI 101A 1 ADVANCED THAI: Language and Culture CHOWCHUVECH, S M 2-4P & F 3-4P 180 Barrows 85906
VIETNMS 1A 1 INTRO VIETNAMESE TRAN, B H MTWThF 12-1P 78 Barrows 86003
VIETNMS 1A 2 INTRO VIETNAMESE TRAN, B H MTWThF 1-2P 103 WHEELER 86006
VIETNMS 100A 1 INTERMED VIETNAMESE TRAN, B H MTWTHF 2-3P 255 DWINELLE 86009
VIETNMS 100A 2 INTERMED VIET TRAN, H MTWThF 3-4P 106 DWINELLE 86012
VIETNMS 101A 1 ADVANCED VIETNAMESE TRAN, H MWF 12-1P 262 DWINELLE 86015