South and Southeast Asian 294: Methods in South and Southeast Asian Studies

Category: Graduate Seminars
Course #: 31983
Units: 4
Times and Locations:

W 3-6pm

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.