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Fall 2014 Graduate Courses

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A

Arabic

Not scheduled this quarter.

Architecture and Urban Design

Not scheduled this quarter.

Armenian

Not scheduled this quarter.

Art History

ART HIS 225. MEDIEVAL ART
SEM 1
Instructor: GERSTEL, S.E.
Course Description: Seminar, two hours. Studies in selected topics in Byzantine and European medieval art. May be repeated for credit with consent of adviser. Units: 4.0

ART HIS C242A. HISTORY OF KOREAN PAINTING
LEC 1
Instructor: JUNGMANN, B.
Course Description: Lecture, three hours. Requisite: course 114E. Korean painting history from Three Kingdom period to 19th century, with special emphasis on Choson dynasty (1392 to 1910). Concurrently scheduled with course C140A. Units: 4.0

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C

Celtic Studies

Not scheduled tis quarter.

Chinese

CHIN 245A. SEMINAR: TRADITIONAL CHINESE NARRATIVE AND DRAMA
SEM 1
Instructor: STRASSBERG, R.E.
Course Description: Seminar, three hours. Preparation: reading knowledge of colloquial and literary Chinese. Seminar topics alternate yearly between traditional narrative and drama, with emphasis on generic, hermeneutical, and historical approaches. Topics in narrative selected from genres from Chou through Ch'ing periods. Topics in drama selected from tsa-chü and ch'uan-ch'i. May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor. Units: 4.0

Classics

CLASSIC 287. GRADUATE COLLOQUIUM IN CLASSICAL LITERATURE
SEM 1
Instructor: VINE, B.H.
Course Description: Seminar, three hours. Survey of basic methods of and approaches to classical scholarship, including textual criticism, literary interpretation and theory, hermeneutics, interdisciplinary studies, and computer applications to classics. Emphasis varies from year to year, depending on instructor(s). May be repeated for credit with topic change. S/U grading.
Units: 2.0

Comparative Literature

Not scheduled this quarter.

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E

Economics

Not scheduled this quarter.

English

ENGL 211. OLD ENGLISH
LEC 1
Instructor: STOCKWELL, D.M.
Course Description: Lecture, four hours. Study of Old English grammar, lexicon, phonology, and pronunciation to enable students to read literature silently and aloud. Reading of as much of more interesting Old English prose and poetry as can be read in one term. Units: 4.0

ENGL 250. RESTORATION AND 18TH-CENTURY LITERATURE
LEC 1
Instructor: DEUTSCH, H.E.
Course Description: Lecture, three hours. Studies in English poetry and prose, 1660 to 1800; limits of investigation set by individual instructor. Units: 4.0

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French

FRNCH 215. STUDIES IN MIDDLE AGES
SEM 1
Instructor: STAHULJAK, Z.
Course Description: Seminar, three hours. Examination of nature of cross-cultural, cross-linguistic, and cross-confessional exchange in medieval and early modern periods and France's role in it. Units: 4.0

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G

Gender Studies

Not scheduled this quarter.

German

GERMAN 202A. MIDDLE HIGH GERMAN
LEC 1
Instructor: SCHULTZ, J.A.
Course Description: Lecture, three hours. Introduction to Middle High German language, with particular emphasis on developing facility in reading. Study of grammar, syntax, and vocabulary combined with introduction to poetic forms and cultural context. Units: 4.0

Greek

Not scheduled this quarter.

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H

Hebrew

Not scheduled this quarter.

History

HIST 201D. TOPICS IN HISTORY: EARLY MODERN EUROPE
SEM 1
Class Title: Early Modern Political Opposition, 1500 to 1800
Instructor: JACOB, M.C.
Course Description: Seminar, three hours. Graduate course involving reading, lecturing, and discussion of selected topics. May be repeated for credit. When concurrently scheduled with course 191, undergraduates must obtain consent of instructor to enroll.
Class Description: In Renaissance, opposition to authority developed into traceable political traditions. Examination of how heresies and opposition to Church evolved into clear movements of political opposition from 1500 to 1800. Examination of Renaissance movements of political opposition, and how feuding Italian factions also produced libertine movement in opposition to Church. It would turn into movements of Reform and Counter-Reform. Following this libertine movement into 17th century, radical reformers opposed political and religious entities across Europe, both Catholic and Protestant. By 18th century, many of these groups had coalesced into pan-European group of dissidents, critics, and resisters. Units: 4.0

HIST 214. TOPICS IN WORLD HISTORY
DIS 1
Class Title: Long 17th Century in Global History
Instructor: SUBRAHMANYAM, S.
Course Description: Discussion, three hours. Graduate seminar utilizing world-historical perspective to examine variety of broad themes in human history. Topics vary annually. Units: 4.0

HIST 221B. SEMINAR: MEDIEVAL HISTORY
SEM 1
Instructor: GOLDBERG, J.L.
Course Description: Seminar, three hours. Requisite: course 221A. Units: 4.0

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I

Indo-European Studies

Not scheduled this quarter.

Iranian

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Islamic Studies

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Italian

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J

Japanese

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Jewish Studies

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K

Korean

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L

Latin

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Law

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M

Musicology

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N

Near Eastern Languages

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Philosophy

PHILOS 206. TOPICS IN MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
LEC 1
Instructor: COPENHAVER, B.P.
Course Description: Lecture, four hours. Study of philosophy and theology of one or several medieval philosophers such as Augustine, Anselm, Abelard, Aquinas, Scotus, or Ockham or study of single area such as logic or theory of knowledge in several medieval philosophers. Topics announced each term. Units: 4.0

Political Science

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Portuguese

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R

Romance Linguistics

Not scheduled this quarter.

Russian

RUSSIAN C240. RUSSIAN FOLKLORE
LEC 1
Instructor: IVANOV, V
Course Description: Lecture, three hours. Lectures and readings in English. General introduction to Russian folklore, including survey of genres and related folkloric phenomena. Concurrently scheduled with course C170. Units: 3.0 - 5.0 Variable

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S

Scandinavian

Not scheduled this quarter.

Semitics

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Slavic Languages and Literature

Not scheduled this quarter.

Spanish

SPAN 227. CERVANTES
LEC 1
Instructor: FUCHS, B.
Course Description: Lecture, three hours. Readings of and lectures on works of Cervantes. Units: 4.0

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T

Theater

Not scheduled this quarter.

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