UW-Madison Graduate School requires students to take classes at 300-level and above. Here is a list of possible courses to consider for Spring 2022.
All language courses may be found on Course Search & Enroll. Students should discuss their course selection with their faculty advisor(s).
Asian Languages & Cultures (ASIAN):
ASIAN 301 (Lec 001): Social Change in Contemporary Korea, 3 cr (Eunsil Oh, ALC/Sociology)
ASIAN 306: Hinduism, 3 cr (Jamal Jones, ALC)
ASIAN 310: Introduction to Comics and Graphic Novels: Theory, History, Method, 3 cr (Adam Kern, ALC)
ASIAN 352: Survey of Modern Chinese Literature, 3 cr (Anatoly Detwyler, ALC)
ASIAN 355: Modern Japanese Literature, 3 cr (Steve Ridgely, ALC)
ASIAN 367: Haiku, 3 cr (Adam Kern, ALC)
ASIAN 371: Topics in Chinese Literature: Confucius’ Analects, 3 cr (TBD)
ASIAN 563: Readings in Modern Japanese Literature, 3 cr (Steve Ridgely, ALC) Requisite course: ASIALANG 303
ASIAN 573: Readings in Classical Japanese Literature, 3 cr (Adam Kern, ALC) Requisite course: ASIALANG 404 or Consent of instructor (email@example.com)
ASIAN 632: Chinese Pragmatics, 3 cr (Weihua Zhu, ALC)
ASIAN 672: Studies in Chinese Fiction, 3 cr (Anatoly Detwyler, ALC) Requisite course: ASIALANG 311 or Consent of instructor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ASIAN 763: Studies in Japanese Literature, 3 cr (Charo D’Etcheverry, ALC)
ASIAN 775; Japanese Applied Linguistics, 3 cr (Naomi Geyer, ALC)
ASIAN 951: Seminar in Chinese Literature: Post-Mao Culture Fever, 3 cr (Anatoly Detwyler, ALC)
Courses by affiliate faculty:
ASIAN 337: Social and Intellectual History of China, 589 AD-1919, 3 cr (Joseph Dennis, History)
ASIAN 363: China and World War II in Asia, 4 cr (Judd Kinzley, History)
ASIAN 428: Visual Cultures of India, 3 cr (Preeti Chopra, Art History)
ASIAN 630: Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: India Looks East to Asia, 3 cr (Preeti Chopra, Art History)
ANTHRO 322: The Origins of Civilization, 3 cr (Nam Kim, Anthropology)
ANTHRO 330 (Lec 001): Peoples & Cultures Mainland SE Asia, 3 cr (Katherine Bowie, Anthropology)
ART HIST 308: The Tastes of Scholars and Emperors: Chinese Art in the Later Periods, 3 cr (Yuhang Li, Art History)
ART HIST 411: Opera & Chinese Visual Culture, 3 cr (Yuhang Li, Art History)
ASIAN AM 560: Afro-Asian Improv, 3 cr (Peggy Choy, Asian American Studies/Dance)
GEOG 557: Development and Environment in Southeast Asia, 3 cr (Ian Baird, Geography)
HIST 332: East Asia & The U.S. Since 1899, 3 cr (David Fields, Center for East Asian Studies)
HIST 340: Cultural History of Korea, 3 cr (Charles Kim, History)
HIST 375: The Cold War – From World War II to End of Soviet Empire, 4 cr (Al McCoy, History)
HIST 450: Making of Modern South Asia, 3 cr (Mou Banerjee, History)
HIST 600: CIA Covert Wars & US Foreign Policy, 3 cr (Al McCoy, History) Note: students interested in taking the seminar should send a short email with their (a.) campus ID (for registration); (b.) student status (grad student); (c.) discipline; (d.) GPA; and; (e.) reasons for their interest in the class to Professor Al McCoy, for permission to enroll in the course.
GERMAN 804: Interdisciplinary Western European Graduate Seminar: Exiles, Migrants, Refugees, 3 cr (Venkat Mani, German)
If you haven’t taken language at UW-Madison, you may require permission to enroll in some courses. For ALC courses, please contact Rachel Weiss.
For non-ALC courses, questions about enrollment should be sent to the faculty of record, or department offering the course.