Courses

Fall 2014

Begins on: 
August 28, 2014

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

S,SEASN R5A
180 BARROWS
MWF 3-4P
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.

 

INDONESIAN - Intermediate

MALAY/I 100A
104 & 123 DWINELLE
TTh 10-12P & F 11-12P
5
85008
LUNDE, N K

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

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.

SELF REPRESENT/NATN

Canceled
S,SEASN R5A
204 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
83206
THE STAFF

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
238 KROEBER
MWF 10-11A
4
83209
GUTIERREZ, K

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.

Required Textbook(s):

Noli Me Tangere by Jose Rizal, translated by Ma. Soledad Lacson-Locsin, University of Hawai'i Press, ISBN: 0824819179

Not Out of Hate by Ma Ma Lay, translated by Margaret Aung-Thwin, Ohio University Center for International Studies, ISBN: 0896801675

INTRO TO BUDDHISM

S,SEASN C52
159 MULFORD
MWF 2-3P
4
83212
SHARF, R H

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Philosophy & Values.

 

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
55 EVANS
M 3-4P
83214
HOWARD, M C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
45 EVANS
Tu 10-11A
83485
WALKER, T T

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
47 EVANS
Tu 1-2P
83488
WALKER, T T

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
35 EVANS
Tu 2-3P
83491
WALKER, T T

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
222 WHEELER
W 11-12P
83494
HOWARD, M C

INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section

S,SEASN C52
39 EVANS
W 12-1P
83497
HOWARD, M C

SOPHOMORE SEMINAR - Contemporary Southeast Asian Society and Culture through Film

S,SEASN 84
123 DWINELLE
F 4-6P
2
83215
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

S,SEASN 120
60 BARROWS
TTh 1230-2P
4
83242
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

The course focuses on Philippine myths, legends, poetry and epics.  This includes traditional narrative forms such as the alamat (legends), 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?

Pakistan: An Introduction

S ASIAN 147
200 WHEELER
TTh 1230-2P
4
84029
FARUQUI, M D

This class meets the following breadth requirements: Social and Behavioral Sciences or Historical Studies.

Whenever Pakistan comes up as a subject of sustained conversation in the US it usually is for all the wrong reasons: the worst nuclear proliferator in recent history, the refuge of Osama bin Laden, a major source of regional (read “jihadi”) instability in South and Central Asia. Perhaps President Clinton summarized US attitudes best when he, in the late 1990s, pronounced Pakistan to be “the most dangerous place in the world.” Inasmuch as Pakistan isn’t a country that most Americans are lining up to visit it behooves us to not forget that it is the second largest Muslim nation, the sixth most populous country in the world, and a country that the US cannot simply write off even after it withdraws from Afghanistan. Although Pakistan may be viewed with deep mistrust by US policy planners and the American public alike, this course seeks to remind us that it is also a country of great political, economic, religious, and social complexity. Nowhere is this in better evidence than in its vibrant civil society, its raucous media, its world-class English-language literateurs, its deeply contentious politics, and its widening class, ethnic and sectarian fractures. Understanding these facts, among others, offers a path to understanding Pakistan. This course will situate Pakistan in its historical, political, literary, religious, economic and social contexts with the hope that students will develop nuanced and deeply grounded perspectives on a country that defies easy stereotypes.

 

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Indonesia: Theories and Histories

S,SEASN 250
211 DWINELLE
M 2-5P
4
83320
HADLER, J A

This seminar covers the different theoretical and disciplinary approaches to the study of “Indonesia.” We will read key texts and identify important themes relating to Indonesianist scholarship, including the narratives of nationalism, Islam, communism, and syncretism. We will discuss the history of Indonesianist scholarship, emphasizing work that treats history, culture, art and literature, as well as politics.  The course will reflect in particular on the development of Indonesianist historiography in Indonesia and the United States, as well as the place of region, and the legacies of colonialism, the revolution, and Soeharto’s “New Order” in that history.

Required Textbook(s):

Max Havelaar by Multatuli, Penguin Group, ISBN: 9780140445169

Pretext for Mass Murder by John Roosa, University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN: 9780299220341

Engineers of Happy Land by Rudolf Mrazek, Princeton University Press, ISBN: 9780691091624

Blood of the People by Anthony Reid, NUS Press, ISBN: 9789971696375

Rifle Reports by Mary Steedly, University of California Press, ISBN: 9780520274877

Refracted Vision by Karen Strassler, Duke University Press, ISBN: 9780822346111

SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Debates in Medieval Indian History

S,SEASN 250
204 WHEELER
M 2-5P
4
83323
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. We will consider, among others, works by Romila Thapar, Finbarr Flood, Richard Eaton, Muzaffar Alam, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Aditya Behl, Allison Busch, Azfar Moin and Abhishek Kaicker.

 

CIV EARLY INDIA

S ASIAN 1A
160 DWINELLE
MWF 1-2P
4
84003
WENTWORTH, B T

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Historical Studies.

 

CIV EARLY INDIA - Discussion Section

S ASIAN 1A
78 BARROWS
F 11-12P
84406
KOTHARI, P

CIV EARLY INDIA - Discussion Section

S ASIAN 1A
50 BARROWS
F 12-1P
84009
KOTHARI, P

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
279 DWINELLE
MWF 10-11A
4
84012
STARK, M H

Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

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 Textbooks:

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

The Rig Veda translated by Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, Penguin Classics, ISBN: 0140444025

The Mahabharata: A Child's View by Samhita Arni, Tara Books, ISBN: 938034001X

The Bhagavad Gita by Eknath Easwaran, Vintage Classics, ISBN: 0375705554

A Woman's Ramayana: Candravati's Bengali Epic by Mandakranta Bose, Routledge, ISBN: 0415625297

Songs of Kabir by Rabindranath Tagore, Dover Classics, ISBN: 0486433587

 

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
210 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
84015
WHITTINGTON, R D

Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

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 Textbooks:

Poems of Love and War edited by A. K. Ramanujan, Columbia University Press, ISBN: 9780231157353

Sita's Ramayana by Samhita Arni and illustrated by Moyna Chitrakar, Groundwood Books, ISBN: 155498145X

A Woman's Ramayana: Candravati's Bengali Epic by Mandakranta Bose and Sarika Priyadarshini Bose, Routledge, ISBN: 0415625297

Where are you going, you monkeys? by K. Rajanarayanan, Blaft Publications, ISBN: 819060564X

The Tenth Rasa by Michael Heyman, Penguin India, ISBN: 0143100866

He (Shey) by Rabindranath Tagore, Penguin India, ISBN: 0143102095

A Poem at the Right Moment by Narayana Rao and D. Shulman, University of California Press, ISBN: 0520208498

Water by Ashokamitran, Heinemann Publishing, ISBN: 0435950851

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
123 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
84018
PAUL, A

Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

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 Textbooks:

A Woman's Ramayana: Candravati's Bengali Epic translated by Mandakranta Bose and Sarika Priyadarshini Bose, Routledge, ISBN: 0415625297

Songs of Kabir translated by Rabindranath Tagore, Dover Classics, ISBN: 0486433587

Ecstatic Poems: Kabir translated by Robert Bly, Beacon Press, ISBN: 0807063843

Love Songs of Chandidas: Rebel Poet-Priest of Bengal by Bhattacharya, Grove Press-Evergreen, ASIN: B000GSU28Q

The Divine Songs of Sage Poet Ramprasad by Shyamal Banerjee, Munshiram Manoharlal, ISBN: 8121510856

Gita Govinda: Love Songs of Radha and Krishna by Jayadeva, translated by Lee Siegel, NYU Press, ISBN: 0814740782

GREAT BOOKS INDIA

S ASIAN R5A
247 DWINELLE
TTh 330-5P
4
84021
HASSAN, A

Satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement.

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.

 

REL MVMTS MOD INDIA

S ASIAN C128
183 DWINELLE
TTH 11-12:30P
4
84026
PARAMASIVAN, V

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Arts & Literature and Philosophy & Values.

This course introduces students to the history of religious movements in modern India, examining how sacred texts and religious practices have been disseminated, reinterpreted, and enlisted in various political and cultural projects during the colonial and post-colonial period. The focus is on religious “reform” movements and cross-cultural debates during the colonial period. Important themes include transformations in the role of women, debates around caste and “untouchability”, and religious conversions (to Buddhism and Christianity). Although the emphasis is primarily on Hindu traditions, some attention will also be given to Christianity, Buddhism and Islam in India. This course also examines how the concept of a secular state in post-Independence India has shaped and continues to shape religious practice and public policy. Readings include theological writings, doctrinal tracts, anthropological and sociological analyses, poetry, autobiography, and historical overviews. 

No prior knowledge of Hinduism or the Indian subcontinent is required.

HINDU MYTHOLOGY

S ASIAN C140
159 MULFORD
MWF 11-12P
4
84027
GOLDMAN, R P

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Arts and Literature and Philosophy & Values.

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

Death, Dreams, and Visions in Tibetan Buddhism

S ASIAN C154
156 DWINELLE
TTH 11-12:30P
4
84030
DALTON, J

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Philosophy & Values.

Tibetan Buddhists view the moment of death as a rare opportunity for transformation. This course examines how Buddhist practitioners prepare for this crucial moment through tantric meditation, imaginative rehearsals, sky gazing, extended dark retreats, and lucid dreaming. Many of these practices, and Tibetan dream yoga in particular, are rooted in the contemplative traditions of the Great Perfection (Dzogchen). With its focus on the visual sphere and the lucid aspects of awareness, the Great Perfection seeks to unlock our habitual patterns of seeing to allow for a fuller range of visual experiences to emerge within the space of emptiness. To make sense of these ideas and practices, class discussion turns to modern parallels in the fields of psychology, philosophy, and film. The course ends by turning to the Tibetan Book of the Dead, and how the west’s fascinations with this ancient text have produced a variety of unexpected interpretations of its significance.

 

TIBETAN BDDHST TXTS

S ASIAN C224
180 BARROWS
Th 2-5P
84036
DALTON, J

INTRD CIV SE ASIA

SEASIAN 10A
219 DWINELLE
TTh 930-11A
4
84103
LINCOLN, M L

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Historical Studies and International Studies.

 

Readings, lectures, and discussion of the culture and civilization of Southeast Asia. Mainland Southeast Asia: Covers the modern-day nations of Burma, Cambodia, Thailand, etc., with special emphasis on the impact of Hinduism and Buddhism.

 

INTRD CIV SE ASIA - Discussion Section

SEASIAN 10A
246 DWINELLE
W 4-5P
84106
BRUHN, K

INTRD CIV SE ASIA - Discussion Section

SEASIAN 10A
81 EVANS
M 12-1P
84109
BRUHN, K

ISLAM & SOC SEASIA

Canceled
SEASIAN 137
247 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
84112
THE STAFF

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Historical Studies and Social and Behavioral Sciences.

This undergraduate seminar will be an investigation into key discourses on Islam in Southeast Asia, focusing on history, literature, and culture. We will trace the processes through which Islam entered the Malay world in the 13th century, and 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 of reformists 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.

 

BENGALI -- Intermediate

BANGLA 101A
263 DWINELLE
MW 12-2P & F 1-2P
5
84403
BASU, A

- Introduction to different forms (e.g., formal and colloquial) of Bengali language, readings of simple to progressively complex texts in Bengali

- Introduction to Bengali Literature

- Grammar exercises, to enhance existing knowledge

- Writing compositions

-  More speaking practices, Getting familiarized with dialogues and descriptions of simple real-life situations (e.g., asking directions, going shopping, arranging meetings etc.)

- Simple to advanced translations from Bengali to English and English to Bengali, to enhance comprehension skill

 - Watch/analyze short movies to familiarize students with Bengali Culture

 

FILIPINO - Introductory

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

Required Textbook(s):

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

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
250 DWINELLE
MTWThF 12-1P
5
84506
ABAN, C C

Required Textbook(s):

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

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
206 DWINELLE
MTWThF 1-2P
5
84509
ABAN, C C

Required Textbook(s):

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

FILIPINO - Intermediate

FILIPN 100A
206 DWINELLE
M 530-730P & WF 530-7P
5
84512
LLAGAS, K

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

 

FILIPINO - Intermediate

FILIPN 100A
254 DWINELLE
TTh 2-330P & F 2-4P
5
84515
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

 

FILIPINO - Advanced

FILIPN 101A
2032 VALLEY LSB
TTh - 330-5P
3
84518
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M

HINDI - Introductory

Canceled
HIN-URD 1A
235 DWINELLE
MTWTF 10-11A
5
84603
SIRASAO, P

This course is specifically for students with no or minimal knowledge of the language. Students will learn the Devanagari script, fundamental grammatical structures and vocabulary so that by the end of the course they are able to read and write simple prose passages / dialogues and conduct basic conversation. This course emphasizes development of the full range of language skills—reading, listening comprehension, the use of grammatical structures, and oral and written communication—through a variety of learning themes. Individual and small group activities, interactive work and multimedia-based activities reinforce language skills and provide the platform for adapting the curriculum to specific student learning goals. 

 

HINDI - Introductory

HIN-URD 1A
221 WHEELER
MTWThF 11-12P
5
84606
SIRASAO, P

This course is specifically for students with no or minimal knowledge of the language. Students will learn the Devanagari script, fundamental grammatical structures and vocabulary so that by the end of the course they are able to read and write simple prose passages / dialogues and conduct basic conversation. This course emphasizes development of the full range of language skills—reading, listening comprehension, the use of grammatical structures, and oral and written communication—through a variety of learning themes. Individual and small group activities, interactive work and multimedia-based activities reinforce language skills and provide the platform for adapting the curriculum to specific student learning goals. 

 

HINDI - Introductory

HIN-URD 221
221 WHEELER
MTWThF 12-1P
5
84609
SIRASAO, P

This course is specifically for students with no or minimal knowledge of the language. Students will learn the Devanagari script, fundamental grammatical structures and vocabulary so that by the end of the course they are able to read and write simple prose passages / dialogues and conduct basic conversation. This course emphasizes development of the full range of language skills—reading, listening comprehension, the use of grammatical structures, and oral and written communication—through a variety of learning themes. Individual and small group activities, interactive work and multimedia-based activities reinforce language skills and provide the platform for adapting the curriculum to specific student learning goals.

 

URDU - Introductory

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

HINDI - Intermediate

HIN-URD 100A
235 DWINELLE
MWF 10-11A
4
84615
THE STAFF

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

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 to developing communication skills.

 

HINDI - Intermediate (Discussion Section)

HIN-URD 100A
100 WHEELER
W 1-1P
84618
THE STAFF

HINDI - Advanced Readings in Modern Hindi

HIN-URD 101A
123 DWINELLE
TTH 11-12:30P
3
84612
JAIN, U R

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Arts & Literature and International Studies.

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
83 DWINELLE
MWF 3-4P
4
84624
JALIL, Q

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

 

URDU - Advanced

HIN-URD 104A
Location To Be Announced
MWF 5-6P
3
84627
JALIL, Q

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Arts and Literature.

 

HINDI Literature

HIN-URD 221
358A DWINELLE
Tu 1-4P
4
84630
PARAMASIVAN, V

KHMER - Introductory

KHMER 1A
33 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 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 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
B33B DWINELLE
TTh 930-11A
3
84809
SMITH, F J

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in Arts & Literature and International Studies.

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
205 DWINELLE
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 J. Wolff, D. Oetomo, & D. Fietkiewicz, Cornell University Press, ISBN: 9780877275305

INDONESIAN - Intermediate

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

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

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 J. Wolff, D. Oetomo, & D. Fietkiewicz, Cornell University Press, ISBN: 9780877275312

PUNJABI - Introductory

PUNJABI 1A
105 DWINELLE
TTh 930-11A & F 10-12P
5
85203
UBHI, U K

Required Textbook(s):

Complete Panjabi with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide by Surjit Singh Kaira, Navtej Kaur Purewal, and Sue Tyson-Ward, McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 9780071766029

PUNJABI - Intermediate

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

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

 

SANSKRIT - Elementary

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

Introduction to the Sanskrit language, with a goal of developing to skills to read and write basic Sanskrit. Sanskrit 100a will cover lessons 1–12 of the Devavāṇīpraveśikā [Robert P. Galdman and Sally J. Goldman, 2004], including, the script, sandhi, the present system [vartamāne prayoga], the karmaṇi and bhāve prayoga-s, the laṭ, laṅ, and the loṭ, and bhūte kṛdanta-s, and past active participles, nominal stems  in –a/ā, i/ī, u/ū, an, aḥ, iḥ, uḥ, ant, [t]ṛ, and in [for all genders]. Also covered are participles, relative and correlative constructions, questions, and a number of idioms, as well as tatpuruṣa [including nañ, prādi and gati, and upapada samāsas] and kārmadhāraya samāsas. Students are expected to memorize one or more verses per week. No prior knowledge 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

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

Prerequisite: Sanskrit 100AB or equivalent

Course may be repeated for credit

Sāhitya (Literary Sanskrit)

Sanskrit 101C introduces students to classical literary Sanskrit (sāhitya) and commentary, where available. An extended passage of a kāvya and/or an entire play (nāṭaka) is read. Works of Kālidāsa, Bhāsa, and the like are normally read. Developing strong reading skills is the focus of the class. Students develop skills to use hard copy and web based resources. Grammar is reviewed and explained as needed. Students are also introduced to current scholarship and trends in literary analysis. Students are expected to memorize at least one verse per class. Emphasis is placed on correct prosody and pronunciation. Submission of an annotated translation project, assigned in class, is required. Course content changes every semester and may be repeated for credit.

Intensive language instruction—reading of texts in the original language. Students are expected to prepare readings for translation in class. Mastering of grammar and genre-specific style is emphasized. Additionally students’ skills in writing, listening, and speaking of Sanskrit are further developed. 

Students are expected to spend approximately 3–3½ hours per hour of class in preparation [total of 12–14 hours].

Required Textbook(s):

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

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

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

SANSKRIT LITERATURE

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

TAMIL - Introductory

TAMIL 1A
109 WHEELER
TTh 10-12P
5
85603
SANKARA RAJULU, B

This introductory level course focuses on progressive acquisition of language skills to communicate effectively in both written and spoken Tamil. It facilitates development of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing competence along with basic grammar.

Course Material : Course material will be supplied by the Instructor.

Grade :

Classroom participation : 10%
Assignments : 15%
Weekly quizzes : 20%
Mid Term Examination : 20%
Final Examination : 25%
Attendance : 10%
Total : 100%

 

TAMIL - Readings

TAMIL 101A
204 WHEELER
TTh 1230-2
4
85606
SANKARA RAJULU, B

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

Excerpts from contemporary short stories, novels, prose and other forms of Tamil literature authored by popular Tamil writers will be used as reading material. Films, songs and discourses will be used as supplementary material for discussions.

Prerequisites : 1year of Tamil / consent of Instructor.

Course Material : Course material will be supplied by the Instructor.

Grade :
Classroom participation : 10%
Assignments : 15%
Weekly quizzes : 20%
Mid Term Examination : 20%
Final Examination : 25%
Attendance : 10%
Total : 100%

 

TAMIL - Readings (Discussion Section)

TAMIL 101A
108 WHEELER
F 12-1P
85609
SANKARA RAJULU, B

S,SEASN - Seminar Historiography

S,SEASN 250
355B DWINELLE
Tu 2-5P
4
83325
WENTWORTH, B T

Why history? What is the nature of pastness, and the epistemological warrants for understanding its connections? History is about events. It is, therefore, a discipline bound to memory, knowledges, ideologies and silences. Can we make valid connections between events without hopelessly impoverishing the idea of causal precision? Where does one stop? This course explores a selection of essential contributions to the study of history, posing questions vital to the responsible production of historical scholarship.

 

TELUGU - Elementary

TELUGU 1A
204 DWINELLE
WF 12-2P
4
85803
SUNKARI, H

THAI - Introductory

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

Introduction to Thai language and Culture

This course is designed for students who have little or no knowledge of Thai language, either spoken or written. The focus of Introductory Thai 1A is to develop listening and speaking skills, through practice of vocabulary and sentences used in day-to-day conversation. Students will also be introduced to Thai alphabets and syllable construction rules. By the end of the semester, student will be able to read and write simple words, ready for more intensive literacy acquisition in the spring semester. The class will study common facts about Thailand, etiquette, customs, and values  in contemporary Thai culture, through reading, discussion, and participation in cultural activities.

Required Textbook(s):

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

THAI - Intermediate

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

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

Intermediate Thai Language and Culture 

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. For immersion, opportunities to practice speaking with native speakers are provided regularly. Students will also watch Thai films throughout the semester. Using Thai as language of instruction will gradually increase up to 50% towards the end of the semester. By the end of the semester, students should achieve literacy level equivalent to 4th grade in Thai school. 

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
206 WHEELER
MTWThF 12-1P
5
86003
TRAN, B

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 Textbook(s):

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

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

VIETNAMESE - Introductory

VIETNMS 1A
206 WHEELER
MTWThF 1-2P
5
86006
TRAN, B

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 Textbook(s):

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

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

VIETNAMESE - Introductory

VIETNMS 1A
250 DWINELLE
MTWThF 2-3P
5
86009
TRAN, B

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):

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
86012
TRAN, B H

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

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
106 DWINELLE
MTWThF 3-4P
5
86015
TRAN, H

Fulfills the L&S breadth requirements in International Studies.

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
106 WHEELER
TTh 1230-2P
3
86018
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.

 

FILIPINO - Introductory

FILIPN 1A
251 DWINELLE
M 2-4pm & WF 4-530pm
5
84511
LLAGAS, K

SEM BUDDHISM TEXTS

S,SEASN C220
288 DWINELLE
W 2-5P
4
83319
OVERBEY, R R

Early Buddhist Ritual Literature

What did Buddhist ritual look like before the grand esoteric synthesis of the seventh and eighth centuries CE? To investigate the precedents of esoteric Buddhism, we must look to earlier genres of incantatory literature: vidyā (spells), rakṣā (wards), and dhāraṇī (encapsulations).The seminar will focus in detail on the Mahāmāyūrīvidyārājñī (Great Peahen, Queen of Spells) and the Amoghapāśahṛdaya (Unerring Lasso’s Heart-Spell, an early precursor to the Amoghapāśakalparāja). We will examine these texts and associated literature in a variety of languages, including Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese; competence in reading at least one of these languages is required to participate in the course.

TIBETAN BUDDHISM

S ASIAN C114
215 DWINELLE
TTh 1230-2P
4
84023
RONIS, J M

This course is an introduction to the history, institutions, doctrines, and ritual practices of Buddhism in Tibet. The course will progress along two parallel tracks, one chronological and the other thematic, providing on the one hand a sense of the historical development of Tibetan Buddhism, and on the other a general overview of some central themes. Along the historical track, the course proceeds from Buddhism's initial arrival into Tibet through to the present day, with each week addressing another period in this history. At the same time, each week will focus on a given theme that relates to the historical period in question. Themes include tantric myth, 'treasure' (terma) revelation, hidden valleys, the Dalai Lamas, exile, and more.

ADVANCED THAI

S,SEASN 101A
33 DWINELLE
TTh 9-11A
4
85909
CHOWCHUVECH, S

This course is designed to enhance the students’ competence in reading and writing Thai.  The students will be reading texts from The Thai Cultural Reader, newspapers, news from internet, selected short stories.  The students will improve listening skill from listening to audio recording, clips from Youtube and internet.  The students will discuss both orally and writing in great length on selected topics. The course is taught long-distance, real time,  from U. of Wisconsin.

MALAY - Seminar in Malay Letters and Oral Traditions

MALAY/I 210A
201 WHEELER
W 10-12pm
4
85009
TIWON, S C

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

For Fall 2014 the seminar will focus on modern Indonesian literature to include works of fiction, drama and poetry by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Rendra, Chairil Anwar, Ahmad Tohari, Ayu Utami. 

Course may be repeated for credit with consent of instructor. Course may be repeated for credit when topic changes. Final exam not required.

Introduction to Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature in Translation

SEASIAN 128
51 EVANS
TTh 930-11A
4
84111
TIWON, S C

Fulfills the L&S Breadth requirement in Arts & Literature.

Indonesian and Malaysian Literature in Translation

This course offers an introduction in English to the literatures of Indonesia and Malaysia, covering novels and short stories, poetry and drama.   Works of modern literature will be discussed within the contemporary cultural and social background of multicultural Southeast Asia.  Students will explore the relationship between modern literature and the narrative, visual and performance traditions. including mythologies and the shadow-play traditions.    Readings will include works by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Lan Fang, and Ahmad Tohari (Indonesia); Lat, Tash Aw and Rani Manicka (Malaysia).  

Required Textbook(s):

This Earth of Mankind by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Penguin Group, ISBN: 0140256350

Potions and Paper Cranes by Lan Fang, Dalang Publishers, ISBN: 0983627339

The Harmony Silk Factory by Tash Aw, Riverhead Trade, ISBN: 1594481741

The Rice Mother by Rani Manicka, Penguin Group, ISBN: 0142004545

The Dancer by Ahmad Tohari, LONTAR, ISBN: 6029144219

Introductory Filipino

FILIPN 1B
247 DWINELLE
MTWThF 1-2P
5
84509
ABAN, C C
Dept/Crs Sec Title Instructor Days/Times Locationsort icon CCN
KHMER 101A 1 KHMER - Advanced SMITH, F J TTh 930-11A B33B DWINELLE 84809
HIN-URD 103A 1 URDU - Intermediate JALIL, Q MWF 3-4P 83 DWINELLE 84624
SEASIAN 10A 102 INTRD CIV SE ASIA - Discussion Section BRUHN, K M 12-1P 81 EVANS 84109
S ASIAN 1A 101 CIV EARLY INDIA - Discussion Section KOTHARI, P F 11-12P 78 BARROWS 84406
S,SEASN 120 1 TOPICS S,SEASN BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 1230-2P 60 BARROWS 83242
S,SEASN C52 101 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section HOWARD, M C M 3-4P 55 EVANS 83214
SEASIAN 128 1 Introduction to Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature in Translation TIWON, S C TTh 930-11A 51 EVANS 84111
S ASIAN 1A 102 CIV EARLY INDIA - Discussion Section KOTHARI, P F 12-1P 50 BARROWS 84009
S,SEASN C52 103 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section WALKER, T T Tu 1-2P 47 EVANS 83488
S,SEASN C52 102 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section WALKER, T T Tu 10-11A 45 EVANS 83485
S,SEASN C52 106 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section HOWARD, M C W 12-1P 39 EVANS 83497
HIN-URD 221 1 HINDI Literature PARAMASIVAN, V Tu 1-4P 358A DWINELLE 84630
S,SEASN 250 3 S,SEASN - Seminar Historiography WENTWORTH, B T Tu 2-5P 355B DWINELLE 83325
S,SEASN C52 104 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section WALKER, T T Tu 2-3P 35 EVANS 83491
SANSKR 200A 1 SANSKRIT LITERATURE GOLDMAN, R P MF 2-330P 346B DWINELLE 85309
KHMER 1A 1 KHMER - Introductory SMITH, F J MTWThF 2-3P 33 DWINELLE 84803
KHMER 100A 1 KHMER - Intermediate SMITH, F J MTWTh 4-530P 33 DWINELLE 84806
S,SEASN 101A 1 ADVANCED THAI
CHOWCHUVECH, S
ELBOW, K
TTh 9-11A 33 DWINELLE 85909
S,SEASN C220 1 SEM BUDDHISM TEXTS OVERBEY, R R W 2-5P 288 DWINELLE 83319
S ASIAN R5A 1 GREAT BOOKS INDIA STARK, M H MWF 10-11A 279 DWINELLE 84012
BANGLA 101A 1 BENGALI -- Intermediate BASU, A MW 12-2P & F 1-2P 263 DWINELLE 84403
SANSKR 100A 1 SANSKRIT - Elementary GOLDMAN, S J MWF 8-10A 263 DWINELLE 85303
PUNJABI 100A 1 PUNJABI - Intermediate UBHI, U K TTh 2-330P & F 10-12P 255 DWINELLE 85206
FILIPN 100A 2 FILIPINO - Intermediate BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh 2-330P & F 2-4P 254 DWINELLE 84515
THAI 1A 1 THAI - Introductory CHOWCHUVECH, S MF 4-530P & W 2-4P 251 DWINELLE 85903
FILIPN 1A 2 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 12-1P 250 DWINELLE 84506
VIETNMS 1A 3 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, B MTWThF 2-3P 250 DWINELLE 86009
S ASIAN R5A 4 GREAT BOOKS INDIA HASSAN, A TTh 330-5P 247 DWINELLE 84021
SEASIAN 137 1 ISLAM & SOC SEASIA THE STAFF TTh 1230-2P 247 DWINELLE 84112
FILIPN 1B 3 Introductory Filipino ABAN, C C MTWThF 1-2P 247 DWINELLE 84509
SEASIAN 10A 101 INTRD CIV SE ASIA - Discussion Section BRUHN, K W 4-5P 246 DWINELLE 84106
FILIPN 1A 1 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 11-12P 246 DWINELLE 84503
THAI 100A 1 THAI - Intermediate CHOWCHUVECH, S MF 12-2P & W 11-12P 242 DWINELLE 85906
S,SEASN R5A 3 SELF REPRESENT/NATN GUTIERREZ, K MWF 10-11A 238 KROEBER 83209
HIN-URD 1A 1 HINDI - Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWTF 10-11A 235 DWINELLE 84603
HIN-URD 100A 1 HINDI - Intermediate THE STAFF MWF 10-11A 235 DWINELLE 84615
VIETNMS 100A 1 VIETNAMESE - Intermediate TRAN, B H MTWThF 2-3P 235 DWINELLE 86012
S,SEASN C52 105 INTRO TO BUDDHISM - Discussion Section HOWARD, M C W 11-12P 222 WHEELER 83494
HIN-URD 1A 2 HINDI - Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWThF 11-12P 221 WHEELER 84606
HIN-URD 221 5 HINDI - Introductory SIRASAO, P MTWThF 12-1P 221 WHEELER 84609
SEASIAN 10A 1 INTRD CIV SE ASIA LINCOLN, M L TTh 930-11A 219 DWINELLE 84103
S ASIAN C114 1 TIBETAN BUDDHISM RONIS, J M TTh 1230-2P 215 DWINELLE 84023
S,SEASN 250 1 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Indonesia: Theories and Histories HADLER, J A M 2-5P 211 DWINELLE 83320
S ASIAN R5A 2 GREAT BOOKS INDIA WHITTINGTON, R D TTh 1230-2P 210 DWINELLE 84015
FILIPN 1A 3 FILIPINO - Introductory ABAN, C C MTWThF 1-2P 206 DWINELLE 84509
FILIPN 100A 1 FILIPINO - Intermediate LLAGAS, K M 530-730P & WF 530-7P 206 DWINELLE 84512
VIETNMS 1A 1 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, B MTWThF 12-1P 206 WHEELER 86003
VIETNMS 1A 2 VIETNAMESE - Introductory TRAN, B MTWThF 1-2P 206 WHEELER 86006
MALAY/I 1A 1 INDONESIAN - Introductory LUNDE, N K MW 10-12P & F 10-11A 205 DWINELLE 85003
MALAY/I 100A 1 INDONESIAN - Intermediate LUNDE, N K MW 12-2P & F 1-2P 205 DWINELLE 85006
S,SEASN R5A 2 SELF REPRESENT/NATN THE STAFF TTh 1230-2P 204 DWINELLE 83206
S,SEASN 250 2 SEMINAR IN S,SEASN - Debates in Medieval Indian History FARUQUI, M D M 2-5P 204 WHEELER 83323
TAMIL 101A 1 TAMIL - Readings SANKARA RAJULU, B TTh 1230-2 204 WHEELER 85606
TELUGU 1A 1 TELUGU - Elementary SUNKARI, H WF 12-2P 204 DWINELLE 85803
FILIPN 101A 1 FILIPINO - Advanced BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M TTh - 330-5P 2032 VALLEY LSB 84518
MALAY/I 210A 1 MALAY - Seminar in Malay Letters and Oral Traditions TIWON, S C W 10-12pm 201 WHEELER 85009
S ASIAN 147 1 Pakistan: An Introduction FARUQUI, M D TTh 1230-2P 200 WHEELER 84029
S ASIAN C128 1 REL MVMTS MOD INDIA PARAMASIVAN, V TTH 11-12:30P 183 DWINELLE 84026
S,SEASN R5A 1 SELF REPRESENT/NATN PACKMAN, M E MWF 3-4P 180 BARROWS 83203
S ASIAN C224 1 TIBETAN BDDHST TXTS DALTON, J Th 2-5P 180 BARROWS 84036
SANSKR 101C 1 SANSKRIT - Intermediate GOLDMAN, S J MF 12-2P 175 DWINELLE 85306
S ASIAN 1A 1 CIV EARLY INDIA WENTWORTH, B T MWF 1-2P 160 DWINELLE 84003
S,SEASN C52 1 INTRO TO BUDDHISM SHARF, R H MWF 2-3P 159 MULFORD 83212
S ASIAN C140 1 HINDU MYTHOLOGY GOLDMAN, R P MWF 11-12P 159 MULFORD 84027
S ASIAN C154 1 Death, Dreams, and Visions in Tibetan Buddhism DALTON, J TTH 11-12:30P 156 DWINELLE 84030
S,SEASN 84 1 SOPHOMORE SEMINAR - Contemporary Southeast Asian Society and Culture through Film
BARRIOS-LEBLANC, M
SMITH, F J
TRAN, B H
F 4-6P 123 DWINELLE 83215
S ASIAN R5A 3 GREAT BOOKS INDIA PAUL, A MWF 3-4P 123 DWINELLE 84018
HIN-URD 101A 1 HINDI - Advanced Readings in Modern Hindi JAIN, U R TTH 11-12:30P 123 DWINELLE 84612
TAMIL 1A 1 TAMIL - Introductory SANKARA RAJULU, B TTh 10-12P 109 WHEELER 85603
TAMIL 101A 101 TAMIL - Readings (Discussion Section) SANKARA RAJULU, B F 12-1P 108 WHEELER 85609
HIN-URD 2A 1 URDU - Introductory JALIL, Q MTWThF 2-3P 106 DWINELLE 84612
VIETNMS 100A 2 VIETNAMESE - Intermediate TRAN, H MTWThF 3-4P 106 DWINELLE 86015
VIETNMS 101A 1 VIETNAMESE - Advanced TRAN, H TTh 1230-2P 106 WHEELER 86018
PUNJABI 1A 1 PUNJABI - Introductory UBHI, U K TTh 930-11A & F 10-12P 105 DWINELLE 85203
MALAY/I 100A 2 INDONESIAN - Intermediate LUNDE, N K TTh 10-12P & F 11-12P 104 & 123 DWINELLE 85008
HIN-URD 100A 101 HINDI - Intermediate (Discussion Section) THE STAFF W 1-1P 100 WHEELER 84618
HIN-URD 104A 1 URDU - Advanced JALIL, Q MWF 5-6P Location To Be Announced 84627
FILIPN 1A 4 FILIPINO - Introductory LLAGAS, K M 2-4pm & WF 4-530pm 251 DWINELLE 84511