Fall 2013

Begins on: 
August 29, 2013

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
204 DWINELLE
MWF 12-1P
4
83203
WALKER, T 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.

 

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
72 EVANS
TTh 930-11A
4
83206
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
123 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
83209
WARSHALL, S V

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.

 

FRESHMAN SEMINARS

Canceled
S,SEASN 24
104 DWINELLE
Th 2-3P
1
83212
EDWARDS, P S

INTRO TO BUDDHSM

S,SEASN C52
390 HEARST MI
TTh 11-1230P
4
83215
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.

SOPHOMORE SEMINAR

S,SEASN 84
104 DWINELLE
F 4-6P
1,2
83236
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.  This seminar is part of the Connections@Cal initiative.

 

TOPICS S,SEASN -- Philippine Myths, Legends, Poetry and Epics

S,SEASN 120
79 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
83263
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

 

The course focuses on Philippine myths, legends, poetry and epics.  This includes traditional narrative forms such as the alamat (legends) and the kuwentong-bayan (folktales) and poetic forms such as the  ambahan, diona, and tanaga.   Among the questions the course explores are:  How can we understand the way of life and belief systems of the ethnolinguistic groups of the Philippines through their literatures? How do the dynamics between orality and literacy come into play in these Filipino literary texts? How have traditional forms been revitalized and transformed by writers  to articulate contemporary concerns such as poverty, land reform, women’s issues, and human rights?

 

TOPICS S,SEASN -- South India on the Seas: Premodern Maritime History and Culture

S,SEASN 120
210 DWINELLE
TTh 11-1230P
4
83266
WENTWORTH, B T

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - The History of Southeast Asian Modernity

Canceled
S,SEASN 250
225 DWINELLE
M 2-5P
4
83344
HADLER, J A

 

This graduate seminar will explore the idea of modernity and its place in Southeast Asian history. What defines modernity? Connections between classical cultures, religion, colonialism and nationalism will be discussed. We will pay close attention to changing textual traditions, the definition of historical genres, the construction of archives and the use of source material in Southeast Asian studies. The emphasis will be on Indonesia, and the twentieth century, in comparative perspective.

 

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN

S,SEASN 250
358A DWINELLE
M 2-5P
4
83347
FARUQUI, M D

Sensory history is an exciting and relatively new field of historical inquiry. It explores the role of the senses – sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste – in shaping history. In the words of Dr. Raquel Reyes, one of its leading practitioners, “it is based on the understanding that sensory perception is historically and culturally specific, bound to particular contexts and permeated by social values.” Drawing on a wide variety of readings, this seminar will introduce participants to the most interesting analytical insights and methodological approaches offered by the leading practitioners in the field.

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
160 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84003
VON ROSPATT, A

This course surveys the history, culture and religion of the Indian Subcontinent, starting with the archaeological evidence from the Indus Valley Civilization in the third millennium B.C.E. and ending with the period preceding the cultural and political ascendancy of Islam in the thirteenth century. Lectures, readings and section discussions will introduce to the great geographic, ethnic and linguistic diversity of South Asia, outline the shifting political formations including the emergence of the subcontinent's great empires, and engage with India's religious, literary, artistic and philosophical movements. This multifaceted history has fashioned India into a uniquely rich and endlessly fascinating world civilization, which—despite many ruptures and innovations—persists with remarkable continuity to the present day.

The course is open to all interested students and is required for those majoring or minoring in South Asian Studies. It introduces to many central themes and questions in the study of India and prepares students for further courses on South Asia and its cultural, literary and religious history.

Required Textbook(s)

India: Brief History of a Civilization by Thomas R. Trautmann, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780199736324

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 12-1P
4
84006
GEORGE, M 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.

Required Textbook(s)

The Hitopadesa by R. K. Narayana, trans. by A.N.D. Haskar, Penguin Classics, ISBN: 9780140455229

The Ramayana: A shortened modern prose version of the Indian epic by R. K. Narayana, Penguin Classics, ISBN: 9780143039679

The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna's Counsel in Time of War translated by Barbara Stoler Miller, Bantam Classics, ISBN: 9780553213652

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
2011 VALLEY LIFE SCIENCES
TTh 8-930A
4
84009
DAMRON, R C

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
237 CORY
TTh 11-1230P
4
84012
WHITTINGTON, R D

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.

Required Textbook(s)

The Ramayana by R. K. Narayan, Penguin Classics, ISBN: 9780143039679

Sita's Ramayana by Samhita Arni and Moyna Chitrakar, Tara Books/Groundwood Books, ISBN: 9781554981458

The Mahabharata by R. K. Narayan, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 9780226568225

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84015
BROOKS, L 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.

Required Textbook(s)

The Bhagavad Gita by Barbara Miller, Bantam Classics, ISBN: 9780553213652

Yoga Discipline of Freedom by Barbara Miller, Bantam Classics, ISBN: 9780553374285

The Law Code of Manu by Olivelle, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780199555338

The Roots of Ayurveda by Wujastyk, Penguin Classics, ISBN: 9780140448245

Nuts and Bolts Guide to College Writing by Harvey, Hackett publishing, ISBN: 9780872205734

Tantric Treasures by Jackson, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780195166415

The Recognition of Shakuntala by Kali Dasa and Vasudeva Somadeva, NYU Press, ISBN: 9780814788158

HINDU MYTHOLOGY

S ASIAN C140
159 MULFORD
MWF 11-12P
4
84018
GOLDMAN, R P

The course  presents a survey of the major myths, divinities, doctrines and themes of the  seminal religious literature of Hindu India from the Vedas through the great Sanskrit Epics and the major Puranas. Special emphasis is given to understanding the central figures, myths and doctrines of Vaishnava, Shaiva, Shakta and Tantric systems. The format is lecture and discussion and students are responsible for a midterm exam, a final exam and a research based term paper.

Crosslisted with Religious Studies C165

Required Textbook(s)

Classical Hindu Mythology: A Reader in the Sanskrit Puranas by C. Dimmit, Temple University Press, ISBN: 9780877221227

Hindu Myths edited/translated by Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, Penguin Books, ISBN: 9780140449907

The Rig Veda: an Anthology edited/translated by Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, Penguin Books, ISBN: 9780140449891

MUGHAL INDIA

S ASIAN 146
223 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
84021
FARUQUI, M D

One of the great empires in world history, the Mughal Empire is synonymous with wealth and power (hence the term “mogul”); artistic and architectural achievement (as seen in such examples as the Taj Mahal); cultural transmission between the Islamic world and South Asia; conversations between Islam and Hinduism; and powerful royal women who helped run the empire. This course will use translated primary source materials as well as secondary scholarship to not only understand the Mughal Empire on its own terms but also understand its place in the politics of contemporary India and Pakistan.

 

INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT

Canceled
S ASIAN C215A
251 DWINELLE
W 3-6P
4
84027
VON ROSPATT, A

TIBETAN BUDDHST TXTS

Canceled
S ASIAN C224
288 DWINELLE
Tu 2-5P
2,4
84030
DALTON, J

This seminar will focus on the innovations and ritual systems of the Guhyasamāja Tantra. Readings will be in both Sanskrit and Tibetan. Particular attention will be paid to chapters two, five, eight, and thirteen of the root tantra, and to gain a clearer understanding of how early tantric Buddhists of India and Tibet interpreted these chapters, we will also consider Candrakīrti’s Pradīpodyotana and other commentarial material. Secondary literature on the Guhyasamāja ritual tradition will also be consulted.

Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
200 WHEELER
TTh 930-11A
4
84103
WOODHOUSE, L A

SEA 10A is an introductory survey course focusing on mainland Southeast Asia which covers Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. The course aims to provide the student with a broad, comparative background that links the past to the present in Southeast Asia, exploring the many factors that have contributed to make cultures, religions, and societies there what they are today.

ISLAM & SOC SEASIA -- CULTURES, TEXTS AND POLITICS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Canceled
SEASIAN 137
210 DWINELLE
TTh 11-1230P
4
84112
HADLER, J A

 

This seminar will focus on the late colonial and national periods in Southeast Asia (with readings from Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines). Through literary and political texts, as well as classical and anthropological sources, we will explore different approaches to reading and analyzing Southeast Asian source material. The course will consider changing perceptions of self and family, of cultural identity and of state systems throughout modern Southeast Asian history. The concepts of “traditional” and “modern” and of the role of individual authority will be analyzed at length. How do conceptualizations of Southeast Asian polities influence modern states? How do religious identities affect self-described “modern” and “political” writings? There will be extensive readings of works of fiction and primary source material in translation as well as occasional screenings of films. We will be tackling broader themes and theoretical approaches to Southeast Asian sources and literatures and we will discuss different approaches to take to the reading of modern Southeast Asian texts.

 

BENGALI - Introductory

BANGLA 1A
210 DWINELLE
MW 12-2P & F 1-2P
5
84402
BASU, A

Introduction of Bengali language learning through familiarity with Bengali alphabet, grammar and basic vocabulary; learn to speak Bengali, read and comprehend basic Bengali texts suitable for introductory Bengali course, develop rudimentary writing skills to be able to express thoughts and feelings, and learn basic conversational skills in Bengali.

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
250 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.

Required Textbook(s)

Tagalog for Beginners by Joi Barrios, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN: 9780804841269

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
235 DWINELLE
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.

Required Textbook(s)

Tagalog for Beginners by Joi Barrios, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN: 9780804841269

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
254 SUTARDJA
MTWThF 12-1P
5
84508
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.

Required Textbook(s)

Tagalog for Beginners by Joi Barrios, Tuttle Publishing, ISBN: 9780804841269

FILIPINO - Intermediate

FILIPN 100A
262 DWINELLE
MW 2-4P & F 3-4P
5
84509
LLAGAS, K

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.

FILIPINO - Intermediate

FILIPN 100A
254 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P & F 3-4P
5
84512
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

Prerequisites.  Completion of  Filipino 1A and 1B, or 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 several components:  reading to increase vocabulary and study grammatical structures; doing a role-play; a istening exercise; and writing a dialogue or a paragraph. Other activities include  games, songs, translation practice 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.

FILIPINO - Advanced

FILIPN 101A
211 DWINELLE
TTh 330-5P
3
84515
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 nonfiction. 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.

HINDI - Introductory

HIN-URD 1A
205 WHEELER
MTWThF 11-12P
5
84603
SIRASAO, P

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.

HINDI - Introductory

HIN-URD 1A
187 DWINELLE
MTWThF 1000-1100A
5
84606
SIRASAO, P

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.

HINDI- Introductory

HIN-URD 1A
205 WHEELER
MTWThF 12-1P
5
84609
SIRASAO, P

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.

URDU - Introductory

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

In Fall, it is  1st semester Urdu course which is 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

HINDI - Intermediate

HIN-URD 100A
242 DWINELLE
MW 12-1P
4
84615
JAIN, U R

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.

HINDI - Advanced Readings in Modern Hindi

HIN-URD 101A
79 DWINELLE
MWF 9-10A
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.

 

URDU - Intermediate

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

In Fall,  it is 3rd semester 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 given.

URDU - Advanced

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

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

KHMER - Introductory

KHMER 1A
189 DWINELLE
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.

KHMER - Intermediate

KHMER 100A
33 DWINELLE
MTWTh 400-530P
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 nonnative 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.

KHMER - Advanced

KHMER 101A
2125 DWINELLE
MWF 1100-1200P
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.

INDONESIAN - Introductory

MALAY/I 1A
206 WHEELER
MW 10-12P & F 10-11A
5
85003
LUNDE, N K

Indonesian 1A introduces students to elementary Indonesian conversation and develops reading and writing commensurate with the students abilities. This class provides  students with the skills to express words and phrases such as greeting people, leave taking, talking about oneself or family, indicating time, asking and giving directions, asking about basic everyday activities, describing various objects, expressing emotions, etc. This level provides students the skills needed to use a limited range of Indonesian language, adequate for basic communication.

Required Textbook(s)

Beginning Indonesian thru Self-instruction (Book 2) by Wolff, Cornell University Press, ISBN: 9780877275305

INDONESIAN - Intermediate

MALAY/I 100A
228 DWINELLE
MW 12-2P & F 12-1P
5
85006
LUNDE, N K

Indonesian 1A and 1B are prerequisite for Indonesian 100A, or with the approval of the instructor.

This course provides readings in Indonesian text books, newspapers, journals, and literature. This class provides students with the skills needed to use Indonesian adequately in familiar situations and to communicate general messages. Students will be expected to be more skilled to speak Indonesian with sufficient structural accuracy and vocabulary to participate in most formal and informal conversations on practical, social, and professional topics.

Required Textbook(s)

Beginning Indonesian thru Self-Instruction (Book 3) by Wolff, Cornell University Press, ISBN: 9780877275312

READ MOD INDO/M LIT - Readings in Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature

MALAY/I 232
106 WHEELER
TTh 930-11A
1-4
85009
LUNDE, N K

Prerequisites: Two years of Malay/Indonesian or consent of instructor.

Formerly 132. This course will focus on the 20th century literatures of Indonesia and Malaysia. Emphasis will be on the socio-cultural matrix of such modern genres as the novel, the short story, and poetry. Lectures and most course work in Indonesian.

PUNJABI - Introductory

PUNJABI 1A
20 WHEELER
TTh 1230-11A & F 10-12P
5
85203
UBHI, U K

PUNJABI - Introductory

PUNJABI 1A
205 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P & F 10-12P
5
85206
UBHI, U K

PUNJABI - Intermediate

PUNJABI 100A
255 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P & F 10-12P
5
85209
UBHI, U K

SANSKRIT - Elementary

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

The focus of Sanskrit 100AB is to introduce students to Sanskrit grammar, with a goal of developing the skills necessary to read basic, simple Sanskrit texts. Sanskrit 100A covers Lessons 1–12 of the Devavāṇīpraveśikā [Robert P. Goldman and Sally J. Sutherland Goldman, Center for South Asia Studies, UC Berkeley: 2004], including, the script, sandhi, the present system [vartamāne prayoga], the karmaṇi and bhāve prayoga-s, the laṭ, laṅ, and the loṭ, and nomnal stems in –a/ā, i/ī, u/ū, an, aḥ, iḥ, uḥ, ant, [t]ṛ, and in [for all possible genders]. Also covered are participles—both the bhūte kṛdanta-s and past active participles (ktavatu)—relative and correlative constructions, questions, and a number of idioms, as well as tatpuruṣa [including nañ, prādi and gati, and upapada] samāsas and karmadhāraya samāsas. Students are expected to memorize for recitation one or more verses per week. Emphasis is placed on correct prosody and pronunciation. No prior knowledge of Sanskrit is required.

Required Textbook(s)

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

SANSKRIT - Intermediate - Epic Sanskrit

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

Epic Sanskrit

Prerequisite: Sanskrit 100AB or the equivalent

Sanskrit 101A introduces students to the epic and commentarial styles of Sanskrit. An extended passage from either Vālmīki’s Rāmāyaṇa or Vyāsa’s Mahābhārata is read with commentary. Developing strong reading skills and building vocabulary are the goals of the class. Additionally, students are introduced to the use of print-based and web-based resources. Grammar is reviewed and reinforced as needed. Students are also introduced to past and current current scholarship on the epic literature. Students are expected to memorize at least one verse per class for recitation. Submission of an annotated translation project, assigned in class, is required. Course content changes every semester and may be repeated for credit. Sanskrit 100AB or equivalent is required.

Required 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.

TAMIL - Introductory

TAMIL 1A
246 DWINELLE
TTh 930-11A
5
85603
The Staff

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

TAMIL - Readings in Tamil

TAMIL 101A
123 DWINELLE
TTh 1230 - 2P
1-4
85609
THE STAFF

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.

TAMIL - Seminar Tamil Literature - Tamil Classics: Masterpieces of the Chola Age

TAMIL 210A
350B DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P
1-4
85612
WENTWORTH, B T

TELUGU - Elementary

TELUGU 1A
246 DWINELLE
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.

TELUGU - Intermediate

Canceled
S,SEASN 149
179 DWINELLE
WF 2-4P
2-4
83272
SUNKARI, H

The intermediate 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.

The intermediate course will provide a solid base for those who are planning to continue advanced studies in Telugu literature, linguistics and culture.

This is an interaction type course. There will be final exam. Students are encouraged to read texts regularly, and are expected to actively participate in the learning process.

THAI - Introductory

THAI 1A
206 DWINELLE
MF 4-530P & W 2-4P
5
85903
CHOWCHUVECH, S

This course is designed for students who have little or no knowledge of Thai language.  The focus of Introductory Thai 1A is on building vocabulary and  developing the ability to speak with correct pronunciation through  basic conversation in day-to-day settings.   Students will be introduced to Thai alphabets and syllable construction rules.  To prepare students  for intensive literacy acquisition in the spring semester, students  are expected to read and write simple words and short sentences  by the end of the semester.    The class will study  common facts about Thailand, etiquette, customs, and values  in contemporary Thai culture, through discussion, proverbs, and participation in cultural activities. 

Prerequisite: None.

Required Textbook(s)

Thai Language and Culture for Beginners by Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong, University of Hawaii Press, ISBN: 9789747512250

THAI - Intermediate

THAI 100A
109 WHEELER
MF 12-2P & W 11-12P
5
85906
CHOWCHUVECH, S

Intermediate Thai 100A continues to integrate cultural awareness into language education. In this semester, the emphasis shifts from the concrete to the abstract. Students will begin to read and write compound  sentences, formal essays, and letters. Students will have the opportunity to practice conversation with native speakers.  Students will also watch Thai films throughout the semester. Thai as the language of instruction will gradually increase from 20% up to 50%. By the end of the semester, students should have acquired a level of literacy equivalent to 4th grade in Thai schools.

Prerequisite:  Thai 1B (Upper Introductory Thai) or equivalent, by consent of instructor.  At least medium fluency in spoken and written Thai.  Ability to conduct small talk with sufficient fluency.  Ability to read and write  equivalent to  2nd grade level in Thai school. 

VIETNAMESE - Introductory

VIETNMS 1A
258 DWINELLE
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.

Required Textbook(s)

Conversational Vietnamese (Seventh Edition), Bac Hoai Tran, Tin & Dong, Messrs., ISBN: 9780415435765

Vietnamese Dictionary and Phrasebook, Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 9780781809917

Recommended

Colloquial Vietnamese with CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415436076

Colloquial Vietnamese without CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415435765

VIETNAMESE - Introductory

VIETNMS 1A
206 DWINELLE
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.

Required Textbook(s)

Conversational Vietnamese (Seventh Edition), Bac Hoai Tran, Tin & Dong, Messrs., ISBN: 9780415435765

Vietnamese Dictionary and Phrasebook, Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 9780781809917

Recommended

Colloquial Vietnamese with CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415436076

Colloquial Vietnamese without CD, Bac Hoai Tran, Ha Minh Nguyen, & Tuan Duc Yuong, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415435765

VIETNAMESE - Introductory

VIETNMS 1A
180 BARROWS
MTWThF 2-3P
5
86008
TRAN, H

This is a foundational course for learners of Vietnamese from the beginning level, aiming to build and develop proficiency in all four language skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) with a balanced approach between conversational and grammatical instruction. Alongside with new vocabulary and grammatical structures, instructions on cultural awareness will also be given to help students make informed and nuanced choice of words and patterns. Multi-media and web-based contents facilitate students to self pace their out-of-class practices and drills to achieve the learning goals in the desirable period of time.

Required Textbook(s)

Let's Speak Vietnamese - An Introductory to Contemporary Vietnamese by Le Pham Thuy Kim & Nguyen Bich Thuan, Le Nguyen Press, ISBN: 9780979601507

VIETNAMESE - Intermediate

VIETNMS 100A
235 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.

Required Textbook(s)

Vietnamese Practical Dictionary by Bac Hoai Tran & Courtney Norris, Hippocrene Books, ISBN: 0781812445

VIETNAMESE - Intermediate

VIETNMS 100A
206 DWINELLE
MTWThF 3-4P
5
86012
TRAN, 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.

Required Textbook(s)

Chung Ta Noi - Conversational Vietnamese by Le Pham Thuy Kim & Nguyen Kim Oanh, University of Washington Press, ISBN: 0295980893

VIETNAMESE - Advanced

VIETNMS 101A
243 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
3
86015
TRAN, H

This course provides an introduction to Vietnamese literature and culture through extensive reading of authentic Vietnamese texts. Reading assignments will be determined according to a general theme selected for each semester, from a broad range of sources including novels, short stories, poetry, journalism articles and essays covering the classical, colonial, and contemporary eras.  Examples of the selected theme are: the nature of the Sino-Vietnamese classical tradition, the cultural legacies of French colonialism, the emergence of a distinctive Vietnamese modernity, historical legacy of the Vietnam War, gender issues in Vietnamese literature, the Doi moi era, Vietnamese memoirs, etc. Regular attendance and participation in classroom activities is mandatory and no English will be spoken in class.

 

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
104 BARROWS
F 12-1P
84005
OBROCK, L J

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
151 BARROWS
Th 12-1P
84033
OBROCK, L J

INTRD CIV SE ASIA - DISCUSSION SECTION

SEASIAN 10A
130 WHEELER
W 11-12P
84106
THE STAFF

INTRD CIV SE ASIA - DISCUSSION SECTION

SEASIAN 10A
20 WHEELER
Th 3-4P
84109
THE STAFF

INTROD TAMIL - DISCUSSION SECTION

TAMIL 1A
350A DWINELLE
TTh 11-12P
85606
THE STAFF

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
Tu 1-2P
83218
DALTON, C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
Tu 2-3P
83221
DALTON, C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
106 WHEELER
Tu 3-4P
83224
DALTON, C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
W 1-2P
83227
ANDERSON, K L

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
W 2-3P
83230
ANDERSON, K L

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION

S,SEASN C52
243 DWINELLE
W 3-4P
83233
ANDERSON, K L

METHODS IN SSEAS

S,SEASN 294
104 DWINELLE
Th 2-5P
4
83394
EDWARDS, P S

Introduction to the principal, historical, and contemporary methods for study of the literatures, languages, religions, cultures, and peoples of South and Southeast Asia. Discussion of the disciplinary formations of Orientalism, philology, anthropology, comparative religions, gender studies, and history. Topics and readings change year to year. Seminar work will culminate in a one day student symposium.

Required Textbook(s)

Locations of Buddhism: Colonialism and Modernity in Sri Lanka by Ann Blackburn, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 9780226055077

Cambodge: The cultivation of a nation, 1860-1945 by Penny Edwards, University of Hawaii Press, ISBN: 9780824833466

Princes of the Mughal Empire by Munis Faruqui, University of Cambridge Press, ISBN: 9781107022171

Refiguring Women: Colonialism and Modernity in Burma by Chie Ikeya, University of Hawaii Press, ISBN: 9780824834616

Gathering Leaves and Lifting Words by Justin McDaniel, University of Washington Press, ISBN: 9780295988498

Language of Gods in the World of Men by Sheldon Pollock, University of California Press, ISBN: 9780520260030

Islam Translated by Ronit Ricci, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 9780226710884

The Modernity of Sanskrit by Simona Sawhney, University of Minnesota Press, ISBN: 9780816649969

The Many Lives of a Rajput Queen by Ramya Sreenivasan, University of Washington Press, ISBN: 9780520260030

Choice of Titles (Choose 1 of the following 2 books)

Graves of Tarim by Engseng Ho, University of California Press, ISBN:
9780520244542

The Longest Journey: Southeast Asian Pilgrims to Mecca by Eric Tagliacozzo, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780195308273

Recommended

Curators of the Buddha by Donald Lopez, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 9780226493091

Seminar in Buddhism and Buddhist Texts

S,SEASN 220
288 DWINELLE
W 2-5PM
2,4
VON ROSPATT, A

A CCN for this course is not yet available. You can enroll in either Buddstd 220 (ccn 07956) or EA Lang 220 (ccn 20560)

HINDI - INTERMEDIATE discussion section

HIN-URD 100A
206 Wheeler
F 12-2pm
84618
JAIN, U R

INDONESIAN - Readings in Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature

MALAY/I 232
108 Wheeler
TTh 930-11am
4
85009
LUNDE, N K

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
104 BARROWS
F 12-1P
84005
OBROCK, L J

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
151 BARROWS
Th 12-1pm
84036
OBROCK, L J

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
Tu 1-2pm
83218
THE STAFF

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
Tu 2-3pm
83221
DALTON, C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
106 Wheeler
Tu 3-4pm
83224
THE STAFF

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
W 1-2pm
83227
ANDERSON, K L

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
W 2-3pm
83230
THE STAFF

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
243 DWINELLE
W 3-4pm
83233
ANDERSON, K L

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
130 WHEELER
W 11-12pm
84106
HEWITT, M R

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
20 WHEELER
Th 3-4PM
84109
HEWITT, M R

INTROD TAMIL

TAMIL 1A
104 DWINELLE
TTh 11-12P
85606
THE STAFF

HINDI LITERATURE

HIN-URD 221
358A DWINELLE
M 1-4PM
4
84630
PARAMASIVAN, V

This course is an introduction to the literary cultures of early modern Hindi. The primary focus will be on the literary cultures of bhakti (devotion). We will consider the devotional verse of poets such as Kabir, Mira, Sur and Tulsi. Other literary genres that emerged from within the major devotional communities of North India will also be included. We will also consider literature that was produced under the patronage of the regional courts of North India as well as other emerging groups such as merchant communities. Themes will include, but are not limited to: language, aesthetics, connections with other literary traditions, development of literary genres, and community formation. Hindi language training is not required. Translations will be provided.

SEM BUDDHISM TEXT

S,SEASN C220
288 DWINELLE
W 2-5PM
4
83343
VON ROSPATT, A

 "The Guhyasamāja Tantra."

This seminar will focus on the innovations and ritual systems of the Guhyasamaja Tantra. Readings will be in both Sanskrit and Tibetan. Particular attention will be paid to chapters two, five, eight, and thirteen of the root tantra, and to gain a clearer understanding of how early tantric Buddhists of India and Tibet interpreted these chapters, we will also consider Candrakirti’s Pradipodyotana and other commentarial material. Secondary literature on the Guhyasamaja ritual tradition will also be consulted. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.

ADVANCED THAI

THAI 101A
33 DWINELLE
TTh 9-1030A
3
85909
ELBOW, KANNIKAR

This is a distance learning course from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Dept/Crs Sec Title Instructor Days/Times Locationsort icon CCN
S,SEASN 24 1 FRESHMAN SEMINARS EDWARDS, P S Th 2-3P 104 DWINELLE 83212
S,SEASN 84 1 SOPHOMORE SEMINAR
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M
SMITH, F J
TRAN, B H
F 4-6P 104 DWINELLE 83236
S ASIAN 1A 101 CIV EARLY INDIA OBROCK, L J F 12-1P 104 BARROWS 84005
S,SEASN 294 1 METHODS IN SSEAS EDWARDS, P S Th 2-5P 104 DWINELLE 83394
S ASIAN 1A 101 CIV EARLY INDIA OBROCK, L J F 12-1P 104 BARROWS 84005
TAMIL 1A 101 INTROD TAMIL THE STAFF TTh 11-12P 104 DWINELLE 85606
HIN-URD 2A 1 URDU - Introductory JALIL, Q MTWThF 2-3P 106 DWINELLE 84612
MALAY/I 232 1 READ MOD INDO/M LIT - Readings in Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature LUNDE, N K TTh 930-11A 106 WHEELER 85009
S,SEASN C52 103 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION DALTON, C Tu 3-4P 106 WHEELER 83224
S,SEASN C52 103 INTRO TO BUDDHISM THE STAFF Tu 3-4pm 106 Wheeler 83224
MALAY/I 232 1 INDONESIAN - Readings in Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature LUNDE, N K TTh 930-11am 108 Wheeler 85009
THAI 100A 1 THAI - Intermediate CHOWCHUVECH, S MF 12-2P & W 11-12P 109 WHEELER 85906
S,SEASN R5A 3 SELF REPRESENT/NATN WARSHALL, S V MWF 3-4P 123 DWINELLE 83209
S ASIAN R5A 1 GREAT BOOKS INDIA GEORGE, M M MWF 12-1P 123 DWINELLE 84006
S ASIAN R5A 4 GREAT BOOKS INDIA BROOKS, L A MWF 1-2P 123 DWINELLE 84015
TAMIL 101A 1 TAMIL - Readings in Tamil THE STAFF TTh 1230 - 2P 123 DWINELLE 85609
SEASIAN 10A 101 INTRD CIV SE ASIA - DISCUSSION SECTION THE STAFF W 11-12P 130 WHEELER 84106
SEASIAN 10A 101 INTRD CIV SE ASIA HEWITT, M R W 11-12pm 130 WHEELER 84106
S ASIAN 1A 102 CIV EARLY INDIA OBROCK, L J Th 12-1P 151 BARROWS 84033
S ASIAN 1A 102 CIV EARLY INDIA OBROCK, L J Th 12-1pm 151 BARROWS 84036
S ASIAN C140 1 HINDU MYTHOLOGY GOLDMAN, R P MWF 11-12P 159 MULFORD 84018
S ASIAN 1A 1 CIV EARLY INDIA VON ROSPATT, A MWF 1-2P 160 DWINELLE 84003
SANSKR 101A 1 SANSKRIT - Intermediate - Epic Sanskrit GOLDMAN, S J MF 12-2P 175 DWINELLE 85306
S,SEASN 149 1 TELUGU - Intermediate SUNKARI, H WF 2-4P 179 DWINELLE 83272
VIETNMS 1A 3 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, H MTWThF 2-3P 180 BARROWS 86008
HIN-URD 1A 2 HINDI - Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWThF 1000-1100A 187 DWINELLE 84606
HIN-URD 103A 1 URDU - Intermediate JALIL, Q MWF 3-4P 187 DWINELLE 84624
KHMER 1A 1 KHMER - Introductory SMITH, F J MTWThF 2-3P 189 DWINELLE 84803
PUNJABI 1A 1 PUNJABI - Introductory UBHI, U K TTh 1230-11A & F 10-12P 20 WHEELER 85203
SEASIAN 10A 102 INTRD CIV SE ASIA - DISCUSSION SECTION THE STAFF Th 3-4P 20 WHEELER 84109
SEASIAN 10A 102 INTRD CIV SE ASIA HEWITT, M R Th 3-4PM 20 WHEELER 84109
SEASIAN 10A 1 INTRD CIV SE ASIA WOODHOUSE, L A TTh 930-11A 200 WHEELER 84103
S ASIAN R5A 2 GREAT BOOKS INDIA DAMRON, R C TTh 8-930A 2011 VALLEY LIFE SCIENCES 84009
S,SEASN R5A 1 SELF REPRESENT/NATN WALKER, T T MWF 12-1P 204 DWINELLE 83203
HIN-URD 1A 1 HINDI - Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWThF 11-12P 205 WHEELER 84603
HIN-URD 1A 3 HINDI- Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWThF 12-1P 205 WHEELER 84609
PUNJABI 1A 2 PUNJABI - Introductory UBHI, U K TTh 1230-2P & F 10-12P 205 DWINELLE 85206
MALAY/I 1A 1 INDONESIAN - Introductory LUNDE, N K MW 10-12P & F 10-11A 206 WHEELER 85003
THAI 1A 1 THAI - Introductory CHOWCHUVECH, S MF 4-530P & W 2-4P 206 DWINELLE 85903
VIETNMS 1A 2 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, B H MTWThF 1-2P 206 DWINELLE 86006
VIETNMS 100A 2 VIETNAMESE - Intermediate TRAN, H MTWThF 3-4P 206 DWINELLE 86012
HIN-URD 100A 101 HINDI - INTERMEDIATE discussion section JAIN, U R F 12-2pm 206 Wheeler 84618
S,SEASN 120 2 TOPICS S,SEASN -- South India on the Seas: Premodern Maritime History and Culture WENTWORTH, B T TTh 11-1230P 210 DWINELLE 83266
SEASIAN 137 1 ISLAM & SOC SEASIA -- CULTURES, TEXTS AND POLITICS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA HADLER, J A TTh 11-1230P 210 DWINELLE 84112
BANGLA 1A 1 BENGALI - Introductory BASU, A MW 12-2P & F 1-2P 210 DWINELLE 84402
FILIPN 101A 1 FILIPINO - Advanced BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 330-5P 211 DWINELLE 84515
KHMER 101A 1 KHMER - Advanced SMITH, F J MWF 1100-1200P 2125 DWINELLE 84809
S ASIAN 146 1 MUGHAL INDIA FARUQUI, M D TTh 1230-2P 223 DWINELLE 84021
S,SEASN 250 1 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - The History of Southeast Asian Modernity HADLER, J A M 2-5P 225 DWINELLE 83344
MALAY/I 100A 1 INDONESIAN - Intermediate LUNDE, N K MW 12-2P & F 12-1P 228 DWINELLE 85006
SANSKR 100A 1 SANSKRIT - Elementary GOLDMAN, S J MWF 8-10A 233 DWINELLE 85303
FILIPN 1A 2 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 1-2P 235 DWINELLE 84506
HIN-URD 104A 1 URDU - Advanced JALIL, Q MWF 5-6P 235 DWINELLE 84627
VIETNMS 100A 1 VIETNAMESE - Intermediate TRAN, B H MTWThF 2-3P 235 DWINELLE 86009
S ASIAN R5A 3 GREAT BOOKS INDIA WHITTINGTON, R D TTh 11-1230P 237 CORY 84012
HIN-URD 100A 1 HINDI - Intermediate JAIN, U R MW 12-1P 242 DWINELLE 84615
VIETNMS 101A 1 VIETNAMESE - Advanced TRAN, H TTh 1230-2P 243 DWINELLE 86015
S,SEASN C52 106 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION ANDERSON, K L W 3-4P 243 DWINELLE 83233
S,SEASN C52 106 INTRO TO BUDDHISM ANDERSON, K L W 3-4pm 243 DWINELLE 83233
TAMIL 1A 1 TAMIL - Introductory The Staff TTh 930-11A 246 DWINELLE 85603
TELUGU 1A 1 TELUGU - Elementary SUNKARI, H WF 12-2P 246 DWINELLE 85803
FILIPN 1A 1 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 11-12P 250 DWINELLE 84503
S ASIAN C215A 1 INDIAN BUDDHST TEXT VON ROSPATT, A W 3-6P 251 DWINELLE 84027
FILIPN 1A 3 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 12-1P 254 SUTARDJA 84508
FILIPN 100A 2 FILIPINO - Intermediate BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 2-330P & F 3-4P 254 DWINELLE 84512
PUNJABI 100A 1 PUNJABI - Intermediate UBHI, U K TTh 2-330P & F 10-12P 255 DWINELLE 85209
VIETNMS 1A 1 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, B H MTWThF 12-1P 258 DWINELLE 86003
FILIPN 100A 1 FILIPINO - Intermediate LLAGAS, K MW 2-4P & F 3-4P 262 DWINELLE 84509
S ASIAN C224 1 TIBETAN BUDDHST TXTS DALTON, J Tu 2-5P 288 DWINELLE 84030
S,SEASN 220 1 Seminar in Buddhism and Buddhist Texts
VON ROSPATT, A
DALTON, J
W 2-5PM 288 DWINELLE
S,SEASN C220 1 SEM BUDDHISM TEXT
VON ROSPATT, A
DALTON, J
W 2-5PM 288 DWINELLE 83343
KHMER 100A 1 KHMER - Intermediate SMITH, F J MTWTh 400-530P 33 DWINELLE 84806
THAI 101A 1 ADVANCED THAI
ELBOW, KANNIKAR
CHOWCHUVECH, S
TTh 9-1030A 33 DWINELLE 85909
SANSKR 200A 1 SANSKRIT - LITERATURE GOLDMAN, R P MF 2-330P 346B DWINELLE 85309
TAMIL 1A 101 INTROD TAMIL - DISCUSSION SECTION THE STAFF TTh 11-12P 350A DWINELLE 85606
TAMIL 210A 1 TAMIL - Seminar Tamil Literature - Tamil Classics: Masterpieces of the Chola Age WENTWORTH, B T TTh 2-330P 350B DWINELLE 85612
S,SEASN 250 2 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN FARUQUI, M D M 2-5P 358A DWINELLE 83347
HIN-URD 221 1 HINDI LITERATURE PARAMASIVAN, V M 1-4PM 358A DWINELLE 84630
S,SEASN C52 1 INTRO TO BUDDHSM DALTON, J TTh 11-1230P 390 HEARST MI 83215
S,SEASN C52 101 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION DALTON, C Tu 1-2P 45 EVANS 83218
S,SEASN C52 102 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION DALTON, C Tu 2-3P 45 EVANS 83221
S,SEASN C52 104 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION ANDERSON, K L W 1-2P 45 EVANS 83227
S,SEASN C52 105 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - DISCUSSION SECTION ANDERSON, K L W 2-3P 45 EVANS 83230
S,SEASN C52 101 INTRO TO BUDDHISM THE STAFF Tu 1-2pm 45 EVANS 83218
S,SEASN C52 102 INTRO TO BUDDHISM DALTON, C Tu 2-3pm 45 EVANS 83221
S,SEASN C52 104 INTRO TO BUDDHISM ANDERSON, K L W 1-2pm 45 EVANS 83227
S,SEASN C52 105 INTRO TO BUDDHISM THE STAFF W 2-3pm 45 EVANS 83230
S,SEASN R5A 2 SELF REPRESENT/NATN PACKMAN, M E TTh 930-11A 72 EVANS 83206
S,SEASN 120 1 TOPICS S,SEASN -- Philippine Myths, Legends, Poetry and Epics BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 1230-2P 79 DWINELLE 83263
HIN-URD 101A 1 HINDI - Advanced Readings in Modern Hindi Jain, U R MWF 9-10A 79 DWINELLE 84621