|POLS 375 - B1 Politics of East Asia
||A comprehensive introduction to East Asian politics in the postwar period, covering Greater China (Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong), Japan and the two Koreas.
|EASIA 101 - B1 Understanding East Asia
||Important aspects of pre-modern and modern East Asia from a broad interdisciplinary perspective.
|EASIA 205 - B1 Language in Chinese Society
||Topics may include language and gender, identity, dialects. Lectures in English. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 241. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 and CHINA 102, or consent of Department.
|EASIA 232 - B1 Overview of Chinese Culture
||Major trends in Chinese literature, art, and other forms of cultural expression, from earliest times to the modern period. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 240. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 or consent of Department.
|EASIA 336 - B1 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation
||Chinese literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 322. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 and *3 in EASIA at the senior level, or consent of Department.
|EASIA 351 - B1 Culture and Identity in Taiwan
||The relationship between culture and identity in Taiwan through the study of literature and film in translation. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 351. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 and *3 in EASIA at the senior level, or consent of Department.
|EASIA 405 - B1 Chinese Linguistics
||Discussion of the major linguistic features of the Chinese language. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 408. Prerequisite: CHINA 302 and EASIA 305, or consent of Department.
|EASIA 436 - B1 Chinese Modernity: Literature and Film
||A cross-disciplinary study of literary and cinematic texts from modern China. Note: Not open to students with credit in CHINA 420. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 and *3 in EASIA at the senior level, or consent of Department.
|ANTHR 287 - B1 Topics in Asian Anthropology
||Anthropology of Asian food.
|CLASS 110 - B1 The Ancient World
||91440; 92908; 95682
||Rossiter, Jeremy; TBA; Franconi, Tyler
||World history from the beginning of written records to the sixth century AD. The ancient history of the Mediterranean world, with particular emphasis on Egypt, Greece and Rome and compares developments in civilization in these areas with those in Persia, India and China.
|ECON 211 - B1 Chinese Economic Development
||A survey of the characteristics of and recent developments in the Chinese economy emphasizing the nature and consequences of China's economic reforms and Canada's economic relations with China. Prerequisite: ECON 101 or equivalent.
|ECON 410 - B1 Pacific Rim Economic Development
||Analyzes the role of particular markets and institutions in selected Pacific Rim economies. Special emphasis is given to either China or Japan; students should consult the Department of Economics to find which country is being emphasized in a given year. Prerequisites: ECON 281 or equivalent.
|HIST 281 - B1 East Asia from 1500
||Survey of the history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam) from 1500 to the present.
|HIST 287 - X50 The Chinese in Canada, and Canadians in China
||The history of the Chinese in Canada since the 1850s, and Canada's cultural and social relations with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, through historical and literary sources, media and film.
|HIST 383 - B1 The Civilization and Culture of Early China
||This course focuses on the formative periods of Chinese civilization from prehistory to circa 600.
|HIST 390 - X50 Imperial China circa 600 to 1911
||The institutional and social history of imperial China from the Tang to the Manchu Ch'ing dynasties.
|HIST 481 - B1 Topics in Chinese History
||Religion & the State Mod China. Prerequisite: *3 in Asian HIST or consent of Department.
|HADVC 216 - B1 China's Design Revolution
||This course raises the question: when will China stop manufacturing and start designing? Students will study the historical foundations, theory and practice of sustainable design in China since the end of the Maoist era.