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South Asia Courses | Fall 2019

June 10, 2019

AREA COURSES

JACKSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

JSIS 478    SPEC TOPICS GLOBAL        (I&S)

23699        E        Th        230-520        MGH 278        Wellman Jr, James K

JSIS 541    RELIGION & CONFLICT        

16717        A        Tu        130-420        SMI 313        Wellman,J

JSIS A 202    INTRO MOD SO. ASIA        (I&S)

16745        A        MW        1030-1220                Dhavan,P

Offered with HSTAS 202 A

JSIS A 508    INTERDIS STUDY SA I        

16787        A        Tu        130-420        MEB 102        Yang,A

JSIS B 429    INTL NUCL NONPROLIF        (I&S)

16834        A        ThF        330-520        SAV 131        Undem,H

Offered with JSIS B 529 A

JSIS B 526    POLITICAL ISLAM        

16842        A        Th        1130-220        SMI 404        Robinson,C

Offered with ANTH 526 A

JSIS B 529    INTL NUCL NONPROLIF        

16843        A        ThF        130-320                Undem,H

Offered with JSIS B 429 A

RELIG 202            (I&S)

21002                TuTh        130-320        THO 119         Fowler, David

This course aims to increase religious literacy and deepen cross-cultural understanding by introducing students to the beliefs and practices of the religions of South, Southeast, and East Asia. The course will emphasize Hindu and Buddhist traditions, but will also include discussion of Jain, Sikh, Islamic, Confucian, Taoist, and Shinto traditions. Students will learn the worldviews associated with these religions and how society and individuals play meaningful roles within them, including how each religion understands the goal of human existence. The course will include analysis of sacred narratives, philosophical literature, art & architecture, & ritual performance (among others). Emphasis will be given to understanding how these traditions interact, co-exist, and compete in dynamic cultural contexts.

RELIG 321    COMP RELIGION        (W,I&S)

21014        A        TuTh        130-320                Govindrajan,R

Offered with ANTH 321 A

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 321    COMP RELIGION        (W,I&S)

10321        A        TuTh        330-520        EXED 110        Govindrajan,R

Offered with RELIG 321 A

ANTH 469    SPEC STUDIES ANTH        (W,I&S)

10342        A        TuTh        1000-1120        THO 234        Govindrajan,R

ANTH 526    POLITICAL ISLAM        

10348        A        Th        1130-220        SMI 404        Robinson,C

Offered with JSIS B 526 A

ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

ASIAN 225    INDIAN PHILOS LIT        (VLPA,I&S)

10563        A        MW        130-320        SAV 168        Pahlajrai,P

ASIAN 541    ASIAN TEXT DIGITAL        

22857        A        MW        130-320        SAV 167        Dubrow,J

THIS COURSE INTRODUCES ISSUES RELATED TO THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK IN SOUTH ASIA. TOPICS COVERED: MANUSCRIPT AND PRE-MODERN PRINT CULTURES; TECHNOLOGIES WOODBLOCK AND LITHOGRAPHY; CAPITALISM; SERIALIZED FICTION AND LITERATURE; PUBLISHING HOUSES; PERIODICALS; AND THE DIGITAL PRESENT. INTENDED FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TEXTUAL STUDIES, THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK, AND PRINT TECHNOLOGIES AND CULTURES. NO BACKGROUND IN SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES IS REQUIRED, BUT STUDENTS WITH PROFICIENCY IN A SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGE WILL BE ABLE TO COMPLETE A FINAL PROJECT USING THE LANGUAGE OF SPECIALTY. ASSIGNMENTS WILL INCLUDE HANDS-ON WORK WITH PRINT TEXTS FROM SOUTH ASIA; SHORT WRITING ASSIGNMENTS; LEADING A DISCUSSION; AND A FINAL PROJECT USING PRIMARY SOURCES. LINK TO SYLLABUS: HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/Y62VJNDB

INDN 590    STUDIES IN INDOLOGY        

16381        A        F        130-620        SAV 169        Cox,Collett D

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, CINEMA AND MEDIA

CMS 301    FILM THRY: ANALYSIS        (VLPA)

12691        A        TuTh        1230-220        MGH 231        Mahadevan,S

GENDER, WOMEN, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES

GWSS 590    SPECIAL TOPICS        

15867        A        Th        330-720        CMU 243        Keating,C

THIS COURSE EXAMINES CENTRAL THEMES AND QUESTIONS IN FEMINIST POSTCOLONIAL AND DECOLONIAL THEORY AND POLITICS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COLONIALISM, IMPERIALISM, AND OCCUPATION (BOTH HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY) TO RACIAL, GENDER, AN SEXUAL HIERARCHIES? HOW HAVE STRUGGLES FOR GENDER, RACIAL, INDIGENOUS, CASTE, AND SEXUAL JUSTICE CHALLENGED THESE HIERARCHIES? WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POSTCOLONIAL AND DECOLONIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE? WHAT ARE DECOLONIAL FEMINIST APPROACHES TO METHODOLOGY AND EPISTEMOLOGY? WHAT ALTERNATIVE MODELS OF STATE, FAMILY, AND ECONOMICS HAVE EMERGED IN DECOLONIAL STRUGGLES? THROUGHOUT THE COURSE, WE WILL EXAMINE THE INTERPLAY OF GENDER, RACE, CLASS, SEXUALITY, AND NATIONALITY IN RELATION TO THESE QUESTIONS.

HISTORY

HSTAS 202    INTRO MOD SO. ASIA        (I&S)

16154        A        MW        1030-1220                Dhavan,P

Offered with JSIS A 202 A

NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATION

NEAR E 268    INTRO TO SILK ROAD        (I&S)

19255        A        TuTh        130-320        FSH 107        Mawkanuli,T

Offered with JSIS A 268 A

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL S 403    INTL REL ADV SEM        (W,I&S)

20514        A        MW        1230-220        SMI 107        Prakash,A

SOCIOLOGY

SOC 218            (I&S)

                TuTh        1:30-2:50        CMU 120         Williams, Nathalie

NOTES: This course also includes quiz sections at other times. See time schedule entry for Sociology, SOC 218.

Explores war, peace, and how people live in situations of war. Focuses on conversations at the macro-level, addressing politics and security, and the micro-level, how civilians survive in the context of war.

ARCHITECTURE

ARCH 498    SPECIAL PROJECTS        

10406        D        MW        830-1020        ARC 110        Prakash,V

Offered with ARCH 598 C

ARCH 598    SPECIAL TOPICS        

10443        C        MW        830-1020        ARC 110        Prakash,V

Offered with ARCH 498 D

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

L ARCH 495    LA STUDIES ABROAD        

16904        H        *        *-0                Spencer,B

URBAN DESIGN AND PLANNING

URBDP 405    THE URBAN FORM        (VLPA)

22738        A        MW        1030-1150        GLD 110        Chalana,M

Offered with URBDP 505 A

URBDP 505    THE URBAN FORM        

22751        A        MW        1030-1150        GLD 110        Chalana,M

Offered with URBDP 405 A

URBDP 585    INTR HST PRESV PLNG        

22769        A        MW        530-650        GLD 440        Chalana,M

DIVISION OF CULTURE, ART AND COMM

T ARTS 281    ART&CULTR IN INDIA        (VLPA,I&S)

21830        A        MW        130-330        ADMC BHS104        Parker,S

INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS & SCI - TACOMA

T ARTS 281    ART&CULTR IN INDIA        (VLPA,I&S)

21830        A        MW        130-330        ADMC BHS104        Parker,S

LANGUAGE COURSES

ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

BENG 101    ELEMENTARY BENGALI        

11329        A        MTuWThF        1030-1120        MGH 291        Abedin,N

BENG 201    INTERMED BENGALI        (VLPA)

11330        A        MTuWThF        1230-120        MGH 291        Abedin,N

BENG 301    ADVANCED BENGALI        (VLPA)

11331        A        TuTh        230-420        MGH 097        Abedin,N

HINDI 101    ELEMENTARY HINDI        

15953        A        MTuWThF        930-1020        SAV 169        Pahlajrai,P

HINDI 201    INTERMED HINDI        (VLPA)

15954        A        MTuWThF        1030-1120        SAV 169        Pahlajrai,P

HINDI 301    ADVANCED HINDI        

15955        A        MWF        1130-1250        SAV 141         Pauwels,H

Offered with URDU 301 A

HINDI 431    ADVAN HINDI CONVER        (VLPA)

15956        A        WF        1130-1250        ART 006        Dubrow,J

SNKRT 101    ELEM SANSKRIT        

21146        A        MTuWThF        930-1020        LOW 117        Marino,Joseph

Offered with SNKRT 511 A

SNKRT 201    INTERMED SANSKRIT        

21147        A        TuTh        1030-1220        GWN M223        Cox,C

Offered with SNKRT 521 A

SNKRT 311    ADVANCED SANSKRIT        

21148        A        MW        1130-120        SAV 167        Cox,Collett D

Offered with SNKRT 531 A

SNKRT 511    ELEM SANSKRIT        

21150        A        MTuWThF        930-1020        LOW 117        Marino,Joseph

Offered with SNKRT 101 A

SNKRT 521    INTERMED SANSKRIT        

21151        A        TuTh        1030-1220        GWN M223        Cox,C

Offered with SNKRT 201 A

SNKRT 531    ADVANCED SANSKRIT        

21152        A        MW        1130-120        SAV 167        Cox,Collett D

Offered with SNKRT 581 A

SNKRT 581    READ BUDDHIST TEXTS        

21153        A        MW        1130-120        SAV 167        Cox,Collett D

URDU 101    ELEMENTARY URDU        

22786        A        MTuWThF        930-1020                Ahmad,J

URDU 201    INTERMEDIATE URDU        (VLPA)

22787        A        MTuWThF        1030-1120                Ahmad,J

URDU 301    ADVANCED URDU        

22788        A        MWF        1130-1250        SAV 141         Pauwels,H

Offered with HINDI 301 A

URDU 401    FOURTH-YR URDU        (VLPA)

22789        A        MWF        130-250                Ahmad,J

NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATION

PRSAN 101    ELEMENTARY PERSIAN        

20569        A        MW        1030-1220                Shams,S

Offered with PRSAN 511 A

PRSAN 201    INTERMED PERSIAN        (VLPA)

20570        A        F        1130-1220        SAV 156        Shams,S

Offered with PRSAN 521 A

PRSAN 496    SPEC STUDY PERSIAN        (VLPA)

20572        A        TuTh        1030-1220        SAV 167        Shams,S

PRSAN 511    ELEMENTARY PERSIAN        

20574        A        MW        1030-1220                Shams,S

Offered with PRSAN 101 A

PRSAN 521    INTERMED PERSIAN        

20575        A        F        1130-1220        SAV 156        Shams,S

Offered with PRSAN 201 A

South Asia Center

Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle WA, 98195-3650