AMES courses for Fall and Spring 2019/2020

All courses listed below can be used towards the AMES major. Please consult with an AMES advisor to use courses not currently listed in the catalog

Check the Open Course List to make sure there is space in the courses you want to take.

Course that count towards AMES MAJOR and MINOR for Fall 2019
(not comprehensive)

AMES 250 01: Introduction to Asian and Middle East Studies, TR 11:00 - 12:20, Stephen Sheehi

AMES 290-02 Health and Asian/Pacific Islander American, T 15:00-19:30, Natasha Sriraman

AMES 290-03 Introduction to Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, TR 12:30-13:50, Douglas Kita

AMES 330/Arab 311: Palestine-Israel, Stephen Sheehi, TR 930-10:50, Stephen Sheehi

AMES 390 02 (13994)/SOCL-GSWS 312 Comparative Sociology: Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Cultures. TR 8-9:20, Gul Ozyegin

ARAB 290: Egyptian Colloquial, MWR 1-1:50, John Eisele

ARAB 311-01 Special Topics Arab: Djinn TR 1230-1:50, Mona Zaki

ARAB 311 Special Topics in Arabic Culture, TR 1230-1:50, Mona Zaki

ARAB 311-03 Special Topics: Arab: Films in/on/of Mideast MWF 9-9:50, Mona El-Sherif

ARAB 311-04 Special Topics Arab: Becoming Arab, TR 3:30-4:50, Peiyu Yang

ARAB 401 Classical Arabic Literature, TR 5-6:20pm, Peiyu Yang

ARTH 258 Chinese Art & Archaeology, TR 11:00-12:20, Xin Conan-Wu

ARTH 392 Buddhist Art & Architecture: origin, exchange & innovation, TR 3:30-4:50, Xin Conan-Wu

CHIN 220.01 Chinese Popular Culture, Lu Lu, TR 3:30-4:50

CHIN 220.02 Chinese Popular Culture, Lu Lu, TR 5:00-6:20

CHIN 303 Topics in Chinese Lang, Civilization and/or Lit  MW 2-3:20

CHIN 309 Chinese Literature in English, MW 3:30-4:50

CHIN 428 Advance Seminar in Chinese, Hill, MW 5-6:20

GOVT 336 01 Politics of China & Japan, MW 5:00 - 6:20, Sophia Hart

HIST 150 Exotic Ports of Asia, TR 11:00 - 12:20, Eric Han

HIST 161 History of South Asia, TR 2:00 - 3:20, Chitralekha Zutshi

HIST 171 History of the Middle East to 1400, MWF 9:00 - 9:50, Annie Greene

HIST490C 01/AMES 390 03 Chinese Revolutions, MW 3:30 - 4:50, Josh Hubbard

HIST 490C 04 Media History of Middle East, TR 3:30 - 4:50, Annie Greene

JAPN 100 01 Anime Explores the Post-human, MW 2:00 - 3:20, Michael Cronin

JAPN 205 01 Intro to Japanese Studies, TR 2:00 - 3:20, Tomoyuki Sasaki

JAPN 211 01 Samurai: History and Myth, TR 11:00 - 12:20, Tomoyuki Sasaki

JAPN 220 01 Japan's Ghosts and Demons, MW 3:30 - 4:50, Michael Cronin

MUSC 368 01 Music of India, TR 11:00-12:20, Max Katz

MUSC E18 01 W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble, R 7-9:30pm

MUSC E 21 01 Indonesian (Javanese) Gamelan Ensemble, T 7-9:30, Natalie Quick

MUSC E23 01 Music of India Ensemble, R 3:45 - 5:30, Max Katz

RELG 212 Introduction to Islam, TR 11:00 - 12:20, Semiha Topal

RELG 213 Hinduism, TR 11 - 12:20; Patton Burchett

RELG 317 Women in Islam, TR 2:00 - 3:20, Semiha Topal

RELG 364 Yoga & Tantra, TR 930 - 1050, Patton Burchett

RELG 380 Buddhist Philosophy, TR 12:30, Kevin Vose

Course that count towards AMES MAJOR and MINOR for Spring 2020
(not comprehensive)

ARAB 150-01 Deep State in Arabic Literature, TR 8-9:20 Mona Zaki

ARAB 240/LING 240: Sound of Meaning, MWF 1-1:50 John Eisele

ARAB 311- (we will have a number of these, which have not been settled yet, due to the changes in faculty.)

ARTH 375/AMES 312: Cities in the Modern Middle East, Sibel Zandi Sayek, Spring 2020, TR 11:00-12:20

ARTH 330 East West Encounter Visual Art, TR 3:30-4:50, Xin Conan-Wu

HIST 333: Modern Chinese History, MWF 9:00-9:50, Josh Hubbard

MUSC 372/ANTH 350 Music Cultures of the Middle East, TR 12:30-1:50, Anne Rasmussen

MUSC E18 01 W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble, R 7-9:30pm, Anne Rasmussen

MUSC E 21 01 Indonesian (Javanese) Gamelan Ensemble, T 7-9:30, Natalie Quick

MUSC E23 01 Music of India Ensemble, R 3:45 - 5:30, Max Katz

RELG 215 Religion in East Asia, MW 2-3:20, Kevin Vose