Graduate Courses 2016-2017

Graduate Courses to be Offered in 2016-2017

The below schedule is subject to change. Please revisit this page periodically for updates.
Course descriptions are available for the courses with links. Course enrolment for EAS graduate courses begins on August 2, 2016.

Fall Courses
EAS2020HF Critical Approaches to East Asia – Sanders, G. – RL14228 – Thursdays 10 am-noon
EAS1337H Diaspora and Transpacific Asian Studies – Yoneyama, L. – RL14228 – Wednesdays 1-3 pm
COL5101HF Diasporic Cities: Itinerant Narratives of Metropoles by Travellers and Expatriates – Sakaki, A. – BT319 – Tuesdays 10 am-noon

Winter Courses
EAS1432HS Korean Cultural Studies Seminar – Poole, J. – RL14228– Wednesdays 1-3 pm
EAS2323HS Rethinking Premodern Chinese Cultural Studies – Feng, L. – RL14228 – Tuesdays 4-6 pm

Limited spots in the below courses are available to EAS students, but students must seek the permission of the professor to enrol (please fill out a Request for Reading and/or Research Course form):

Fall Courses
EAS1180HF Ecological Criticism – Meng, Y. – SS2111 – Tuesdays, 4-6 pm
EAS1408HF Identity and Diaspora in Taiwanese Literature – Liu, J. – RW142 – Mondays 3-5 pm
EAS1419HF Chinese Cultural Studies Seminar – Zhong, Y. – RL14353 – Mondays 10 am-noon
EAS1496HF History of the Chinese Book – Goodman, A. – LA213 – Tuesdays noon-2 pm
EAS1101YY (full year) Introduction to Classical Chinese – Sanders, G. – LA214 – Fridays 1-3 pm
EAS1103YY (full year) Introduction to Classical Japanese – Griffiths, C. and Sakaki, A. – RW142 – Thursdays 10-noon

Winter Courses
EAS1411HS Art and Archeology of Early China – Shen, C – ROM 603 – Mondays 11 am-1 pm
EAS1412HS Special Topics in Archaeology of Ancient China – Shen, C – ROM 603 – Mondays 3-5 pm
EAS1417HS Korean Literary Translation Workshop – Poole, J. – UC376 – Thursdays 2-4 pm

Courses Offered by Other Departments of Interest to EAS Students

Fall Courses
HIS1680HF Gender, Culture, and the Political in Modern China– Grewal, A.– Tuesdays 10-12

Winter Courses
PHL2015S Confucianism – Seminar on the Classical Confucian Philosophy – Shen, V. – Mondays, 3-6
This seminar in Classical Confucian Philosophy will focus on the theories and concepts as shown in the Classical Confucian fundamental texts. We will analyze both traditional texts and recently unearthed bamboo slips, always with English translation. The discussions will be on Confucius, Zisi, Mencius and Xunzi and their theories and concepts of ultimate reality, virtue ethics, ritual, art (including poetry) and emotions etc.

ANT 6017HS Post-colonial Science Studies and the Cultural Politics of Knowledge Translation – Satsuka, S. – Thursdays, 10 – 12

Language Courses
Graduate students enrol in the graduate course code, but meet with the undergraduate class. To request enrolment, please fill in this form and read the appropriate instructions on the Languages >> Chinese, Korean or Japanese pages on this site. For graduate students, language courses are graded on a CR/NCR basis, with 70% needed to receive a Credit. Please see the FAS timetable for meeting times.

EAS1301Y (EAS120Y1Y) Mod. Std. Japanese I
EAS1321HS (EAS121H1S) Japanese I – Prior Background
EAS1302Y (EAS220Y1Y) Mod. Std. Japanese II
EAS1322HS (EAS221H1S) Japanese II – Prior Background
EAS1303Y (EAS320Y1Y) Mod. Std. Japanese III
EAS1305HF (EAS461H1F) Mod. Std. Japanese IVb
EAS1621YY (EAS110Y1Y) Mod. Std. Korean I
EAS1622YY (EAS210Y1Y) Mod. Std. Korean II
EAS1631YY (EAS211Y1Y) Accelerated Mod. Korean I & II
EAS1632HS (EAS212H1S) Accelerated Mod. Korean II
EAS1623YY (EAS310Y1Y) Mod. Std. Korean III
EAS1624YY (EAS410Y1Y) Mod. Std. Korean IV
EAS1801YY (EAS100Y1Y) Mod. Std. Chinese I
EAS1811YY (EAS101Y1Y) Mod. Std. Chinese I – Prior Background
EAS1802YY (EAS200Y1Y) Mod. Std. Chinese II
EAS1803YY (EAS300Y1Y) Mod. Std. Chinese III
EAS1814HS (EAS401H1S) Mod. Std. Chinese IVa
EAS1815HS (EAS402H1S) Mod. Std. Chinese IVb