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China-Related Courses at USC - Fall 2017

USC offers a wide array of China-related courses each semester.

September 19, 2017
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East Asian Languages and Culture (EALC)

  • EALC 101x - Conversational Chinese and Intercultural Communication

     Yi-Hsien Liu, 2 units

     Th 4-5:50

  • EALC 102 - Language, Art and Culture: Calligraphy 

     John Chang OR Yi-Hisen Liu, 2 units

    F 10-11:50 OR F 12-1:50 OR M 2-3:50 OR Tu 2-3:50 OR W 2-3:50 or Th 2-3:50

  • EALC 103a - Fundamental Chinese I

     Wei Wei, 2 units

     MW 11-11:50 OR TuTh 11-11:50

  • EALC 103b - Fundamental Chinese I

     Yi-Hsien Liu, 2 units

     Tu 12-1:50

  • EALC 104 - Chinese I

     Yi-Hsien Liu, 4 units

     MTuWTh 10-10:50 OR 11-11:50

  • EALC 106 - Chinese II

     Tin-Yu Tseng OR Christopher Magriney, 4 units

     MTuWTh 10-10:50 OR 11-11:50 OR 12-12:50

  • EALC 108 - Reading and Writing Chinese

     Xianxian Fang, 4 units

     MW 4-5:50  

  • EALC 110gp - East Asian Humanities: The Great Tradition

​     Geraldine Fiss, 4 units

     MW 2-3:20

  • EALC 202 - Langugae, Art and Culture, Calligraphy II

​     Yi-Hsien Liu, 2 units

    M 12-1:50

  • EALC 204 - Chinese III

​     Xiang Ji, 4 units

    MTuWTh 10-10:50 OR 11-11:50 OR MW 4-5:50

  • EALC 206 - Chinese IV

     Nansong Huang, 4 units

     MTuWTh 11-11:50

  • EALC 304 - Advanced Modern Chinese I

     Tin-Yu Tseng, 4 units

     TuTh 2-3:50

  • EALC 306 - Advanced Modern Chinese II

     Nansong Huang, 4 units

     MW 2-3:50

  • EALC 350gp - Chinese Civilization

     Bettine Birge, 4 units

     WF 2-3:20

  • EALC 352g - Chinese Literature and Culture

     Geraldine Fiss, 4 units

     MW 3:30-4:50

  • EALC 358g - Transnational Chinese Literature and Culture

     Brian Bernards, 4 units

     TuTh 12:30-1:50

  • EALC 366 - Chinese Professional Internship: Communication and Culture

     John Chang, 2 units

     W 6-7:50

  • EALC 407 - News and Web Chinese

     Xiang Jian, 4 units

     MW 2-3:50

  • EALC 404 - Advanced Modern Chinese III

     Nansong Huang, 4 units

     TuTh 4-5:50

  • EALC 412b - Business Chinese

     Christopher Magriney, 4 units

     MW 4-5:50

  • EALC 530 - Race, Ethnicity and Multiculutrualism in East Asia

     Brian Bernards

     TuTh 3:30-4:45

Political Scienece (POSC)

  • POSC 355 - Politics of East Asia

     Jinhee Choung, 4 units

     TuTh 9:30-10:50

International Relations (IR)

  • IR 360 - International Relations of the Pacific Rim

     Saori Katada, 4 units

     MW 8:30-9:50

  • IR 407 - Chinese Foreign Policy

    Erin Baggott

    Th 2-4:50

History (HIST)

  • HIST 106g - Chinese Lives: An Introduction to Chinese History

     Joshua Goldstein, 4 units

     MWF 12-12:50

  • HIST 275g - The Worlds of the Silk Road

     Azade-Ayse Rorlich, 4 units

     TuTh 9:30-10:50

Communication Management (CMGT)

  • CMGT 580 - Chinese Media and Society

     Yu Hong, 4 units

     Tu 2-4:50

Religion (REL)

  • REL - Chinese Religions and Culture

     Stephanine Balkwill, 4 units

     TuTh 9:30-10:50

East Asian Studies (EASC)

  • EASC 150gp - East Asian Societies 

     Jinhee Choung, 4 units

     TuTh 2-3:20

Art History (AHIS)

  • AHIS 125gp - Arts of Asia: Antiquity to 1300

     Sonya Lee, 4 units

     TuTh 11-12:20

 

 

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Events

October 17, 2017 - 4:00pm
Los Angeles, California

The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a talk by Michael Meyer, whose last book in his China trilogy tells a story both deeply personal and universal as he captures what it feels like to learn a language, culture and history from the ground up. 

 

October 19, 2017 - 4:00pm
Los Angeles, California

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a presentation by Wei Yen (厳序纬), author and veteran businessman, to examine Chinese outbound investment and how American businesses can take advantage of China’s rise to forge win-win partnerships.