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China-related Courses at USC - Spring 2016

USC offers a wide array of China-related courses each semester.
October 13, 2015
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Comparative Literature (COLT)

  • COLT 382g - Zen and Taoism in Asian Literature
    Dominic Cheung, 4 units
    TuTh 3:30-4:50 AND Fri 11-11:50 OR 12-12:50

East Asian Langauges and Cultures (EALC)

  • EALC 101 - Conversational Chinese and Intercultural Communication
    Chia-Fen Wu; 2 units
    Tu 4-4:50 OR Th 4-4:40
     
  • EALC 102 - Language, Art and Culture: Calligraphy
    Hsiao-Yun Liao OR John Chang; 2 units
    M 2-3:50 OR Tu 12-1:50 OR W 2-3:50 OR Th 2-3:50 OR F 12-1:50
     
  • EALC 104 - Chinese I
    Ping Yang OR Hsiao-Yun Liao; 4 units 
    MTuWTh 10-10:50 OR MTuWTh 11-11:50
     
  • EALC 106 - Chinese II
    Hsiao-Yun Liao OR Tin-Yu Tseng, 4 units
    MTuWTh 12-12:50 OR  MTuWTh 9-9:50/10-10:50
     
  • EALC 108 - Reading and Writing Chinese
    Xianxian Fang; 4 units
    TuTh 4-5:50
     
  • EALC 110gp - East Asian Humanities: The Great Tradition
    Geraldine Fiss; 4 units 
    MWF 11-11:50 AND M 8-8:50/9-9:50 OR W 8-8:50/9-9:5
     
  • EALC 145g - Introduction to Chinese Culture, Art and Literature
    Dominic Cheung; 4 units
    TuTh 12:30-1:50 AND M 12-12:50/1-1:50 OR Tu 11-11:50 OR Thu 11-11:50 OR F 8-8:50, 9-9:50
     
  • EALC 304 - Advanced Modern Chinese 1
    Xianxian Fang; 4 units 
    TuTh 2-3:50
     
  • EALC 306 - Advanced Modern Chinese 2
    Tin-Yu Tseng; 4 units 
    TuTh 2-3:50
     
  • EALC 350 - Chinese Civilization
    Bettine Birge; 4 units
    W 2-3:20 AND W 9-9:50/12-12:50 OR F 10-10:50/1-1:50
     
  • EALC 352 - Chinese Literature and Culture
    Geraldine Fiss; 4 units
    MWF 12-12:50 AND M 8-8:50, 9-9:50
     
  • EALC 358 - Transnational Chinese Literature and Culture
    Brian Bernards; 4 units
    TuTh 9:30-10:50 AND W 8-8:50/9-9:50
     
  • EALC 380 - Cultural Topics in East Asian Literature
    Miya Mizuta; 4 units
    W 2-4:50
     
  • EALC 381g - Visual Culture of Asia
    Sunkyung Kim; 4 units
    MW 12-1:50
     
  • EALC 404 - Advanced Modern Chinese III
    Xianxian Fang; 4 units
    TuTh 10-11:50
     
  • EALC 407 - News and Web Chinese
    Xiang Jian; 4 units
    MW 2-3:50
     
  • EALC 412a - Business Chinese
    Christopher Magriney; 4 units
    MW 2-3:50 OR TuTh 4-5:50
     
  • EALC 499 - Special Topics, The Mongol Era in China: Genghis Khan, Khubilai Khan, Marco Polo
    Bettine Birge; 4 units
    F 3:30-6:20
     
  • EALC 560 - Comparative Syntax of East Asian Langauges
    Hajime Hoji; 4 units
    F 2-4:50

East Asian Studies (EASC)

  • EASC 160m - China and the World
    Brett Sheehan; 4 units
    TTh 2-3:30 AND M 10-10:50/1-1:50 OR Tu 9-9:50 OR W 10-1-:50/1-1:50 OR Th 9-9:50 OR F 11-11:50/12-12:50
 
History (HIST)
  • HIST 266g - Business and East Asian Culture, 1800-Present
    Brett Sheehan; 4 units
    TuTh 9:30-10:50 AND M 9-9:50/10-10:50/11-11:50/12-12:50

     
  • HIST 275g - The Worlds of the Silk Road
    Azade-Ayse Rorlich; 4 units
    TuTh 9:30-10:50 AND M 11-11:50/12-12:50
     
  • HIST 355 - The People's Republic of China
    Joshua Goldstein; 4 units
    TuTh 11-12:20
 
International Relations (IR)
  • IR 428 - China's Political Economy
    Daniel Lynch; 4 units
    TuTh 11012:20
 
Political Science (POSC)
  • POSC 355 - Politics of East Asia
    Jinhee Choung; 4 units
    TuTh 8-9:20
     
  • POSC 637 - Seminar in Chinese Politics
    Stanley Rosen; 4 units
    M 7-9:50

 

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Events

September 26, 2017 - 11:00am
Los Angeles, California

Things China Working Group is an informal group to explore research interest in the material networks, systems, economies, media and practices of communication pursued within China or between China and its national and international partnerships. Open only to USC graduate students and faculty. 

October 3, 2017 - 11:00am
los Angeles, California

Things China Working Group is an informal group to explore research interest in the material networks, systems, economies, media and practices of communication pursued within China or between China and its national and international partnerships. Open only to USC graduate students and faculty.