AMES courses for Spring 2018

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

Course that count towards AMES MAJOR and MINOR for SPRING 2018
(not comprehesive)

AMES 290 Sec 1 Intro to Islam TR 2-329
AMES 290 02 What is Love TR 11-1220
AMES 290, Sec. 03 Introduction to Asian and Pacific Islander American Studies, Ferrão, T-Th 12:30-1:50
AMES 290 06 Pan-Asianism ​TR 2-329
AMES 390 01 Comparative Sociology TR 1230-1350
AMES 390 02 Nation, Gender, & Race South Asia TR 2-320
AMES 493; Capstone MW 3:30-4:50

ARAB 150, sec. 01, Hollywood on the Nile: Egyptian Cinema, EISELE, MWF 1-2:50.
ARAB 311: "Until We have Faces: Arab Women Write"

Hist 142, sec. 01, East Asian Civilization since 1600, E. Han, T-Th 9:30-11:50
Hist 331, sec. 01, Modern Japanese History, E. Han, MW 2:00–3:20
HIST 333, Sec. 01, Modern Chinese History, J. Hubbard, MWF 1-1:50.
HIST 334 to be cross-listed for five seats with AMES- Zutshi

JAPN 208, sec 01, AMES 290, sec 06, Pan-Asianism, Tomoyuki Sasaki, T/Th, 2-3:20
JAPN 220, sec 01, Japan's Ghosts and Demons, Huangwen Lai, M/W, 3:30-4:50
JAPN 220, sec 02, Japan's Ghosts and Demons, Huangwen Lai, M/W, 2-3:20
JAPN 307, sec 01, Cultures of the Cold War, Tomoyuki Sasaki, T/Th, 12:30-1:50
JAPN 311, sec 02, Japanese Cinema, Huangwen Lai, T/Th, 3:30-4:50

RELG 308-01 Buddhism and Science, K. Vose, TTh 12:3-1:50.
RELG 308-02, Introduction to Islam in Africa through the Arts, O. Ogunnaike, T-Th, 2-3:20pm
RELG 308-04 , What is Love? Reflections from the Islamic Tradition, O. Ogunnaike, T-Th, 11-12:20pm

THEA 150-02, Theatre and Performance in Muslim Worlds, C. Pamment, TR 2-3:50