SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENT: Chinese 220A/B: Theoretical Approaches to Chinese and Sinophone Cultures (Fall 2010/Winter 2011)
Seminar for graduate students studying modern Chinese and Sinophone cultures, regardless of department. Instructors: Robert Chi and Shu-mei Shih
Chinese 220A/B: Theoretical Approaches to Chinese and Sinophone Cultures
Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Screenings: Mondays, 7:00 – 9:50 pm, Royce 152 (five times during Fall 2010; no screening September 27)
Discussions: Tuesdays, 2:00 – 4:50 pm, Royce 152 (every week)
The first class meeting will be
The first class meeting will beTuesday, September 28
Introduction to history, theory, and methodology in the study of modern Chinese and Sinophone cultures, with emphasis on literature and cinema. Weekly units organized around periods, places, and themes such as the modern girl, high socialism, postsocialism, colonialism, and nationalism.
Chinese 220A has In Progress grading only; students are expected to take Chinese 220B in Winter 2011 as well. A research paper (about 20 double-spaced pages or 6,000 words, in English) will be due at the end of 220B. Upon completion of 220B, letter grade and course credit will be issued for both 220A and 220B.
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Published: Wednesday, September 22, 2010