Fall 2015 Courses

African, African American, and Diaspora Studies | Anthropology | Arabic | Art History | Asian Studies | Business | Chinese | City and Regional Planning | Communication Studies | Dramatic Art | Economics | Education | English and Comparative LiteratureGeography | Global Studies | Hindi-Urdu | History | Japanese | Korean | Music | Peace, War, and Defense | Persian | Political Science | Public Health | Public Policy | Religious Studies | Sociology | Women’s and Gender Studies

 

African, African American and Diaspora Studies

AAAD 212: Africa in the Global System, Nzongola-Ntalaja, TR 3:30-4:45

AAAD 307: 21st-Century Scramble for Africa, Lee, TR 11-12:15

 

Anthropology

ANTH 101: General Anthropology, MWF 2:30-3:20 (recitation required)

ANTH 101: General Anthropology, Price, TR 2-3:15

ANTH 101: General Anthropology, West, MWF 1:25-2:15

ANTH 102: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Reichart, ONLINE

ANTH 123: Habitat and Humanity, Aragon, TR 3:30-4:45 (recitation required)

ANTH 142: Local Cultures, Global Forces, Mortensen, ONLINE

ANTH 145: Introduction to World Prehistory, Billman, TR 3:30-4:45 (recitation required)

ANTH 147: Comparative Healing Systems, Redfield, TR 11-12:15 (recitation required)

ANTH 148: Human Origins, Hutchinson, MWF 10:10-11 (recitation required)

ANTH 318: Human Growth and Development, Sorensen, TR 2-3:15 (recitation required)

ANTH 490-064: Value, Production and Exchange in East Asia, Nelson, MWF 9:05-9:55

ANTH 491: Political Anthropology, Nonini, TR 9:30-10:45

ANTH 701: Theory and Ethnography, Middleton, T 9:30-12:30

 

Arabic

For a thorough listing of courses related to Arabic language and culture, visit the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations at mideast.unc.edu.

ARAB 101-002: Elementary Arabic I, Kauffman, MW 9:05-9:55 & TR 9-9:50

ARAB 101-003: Elementary Arabic I, Kauffman, MW 10:10-11 & TR 10-10:50

ARAB 101-004: Elementary Arabic I, Kauffman, MW 12:20-1:10 & TR 12:30-1:20

ARAB 101-005: Elementary Arabic I, Badr, MTWR 2:30-3:20

ARAB 101-006: Elementary Arabic I, Badr, MTWR 3:35-4:25

ARAB 203-001: Intermediate Arabic I, Shahu, MWF 9:05-9:55 & T 9-9:50

ARAB 203-002: Intermediate Arabic I, El Kerdany, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

ARAB 203-003: Intermediate Arabic I, Badr, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

ARAB 203-004: Intermediate Arabic I, El Kerdany, MTWR 3:35-4:25

ARAB 305-001: Advanced Arabic I, Shahu, MWF 8-8:50

ARAB 305-002: Advanced Arabic I, Shahu, MWF 11:15-12:05

ARAB 308: Arabic LAC, Hamed, W 4:40-5:30

ARAB 321: Visions of Emancipation in Modernist Arab Thought, Bardawil, TR 12:30-1:45

ARAB 407: Readings in Arabic I, Halabi, TR 2-3:15

ARAB 468: Modernity and Its Discontents in Arabic Literature and Culture, Halabi, TR 5-6:15

 

Art History

ARTH 89: First-Year Seminar: Islamic Art & Science, Anderson, MWF 1:25-2:15

ARTH/ASIA 154:  Introduction to Islamic Art, Anderson, MW 9:05-9:55 (recitation required)

ARTH 158: Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture, Lu, MWF 12:20-1:10

ARTH 251: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs, Anderson, TR 12:30-1:15

 

Asian Studies

ASIA 58H: First-Year Seminar: Chasing Madame Butterfly, Bardsley, TR 12:30-1:45

ASIA 59: First-Year Seminar: Media Masala: Popular Music, TV, and the Internet in Modern India and Pakistan, Taj, TR 5-6:15

ASIA 89: First-Year Seminar: Narrating the Self: Exploring Arab Intellectuals’ Autobiographical Writings, Bardawil, TR 3:30-4:45

ASIA 150: Asia: An Introduction, Shemer, TR 11-12:15 (recitation required)

ASIA 151: Literature and Society in Southeast Asia, Aragon, MWF 1:35-2:15

ASIA 152: Survey of South Asian Cultural History, Lothspeich, MWF 10:10-11

ASIA 453: Global Shangri-La: Tibet in the Modern World, Yue, T 3:30-6 & R 3:30-4:45

ASIA 490: Advanced Topics in Asian Studies, Kauffman, TBA

ASIA 691H: Senior Honors Thesis I, Pitelka, R 6-9

 

Business

BUSI 533: Supply Chain Management, Lu, TR 12:30-1:45

BUSI 610: Global Environment of Business, Elvers, TR 11-12:15

BUSI 610: Global Environment of Business, Elvers, TR 12:30-1:45

BUSI 617: Global Marketing, Didow, MW 2-3:15

BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets, Jotikasthira,  MW 12:30-1:45

BUSI 618: Global Financial Markets, Jotikasthira,  MW 2-3:20

MBA 796: Global Financial Markets, Jotikasthira, TR 9:30-10:50

MBA 796: Global Financial Markets, Jotikasthira, TR 11-12:20

MBA 796: Global Financial Markets, Jotikasthira, TR 2-3:20

 

Chinese

CHIN 101-001: Elementary Chinese I, Cai, MTWF 8-8:50

CHIN 101-002: Elementary Chinese I, Cai, MWF 9:05-9:55 & T 9-9:50

CHIN 101-003: Elementary Chinese I, Zhou, MW 10:10-11 & TR 10-10:50

CHIN 101-004: Elementary Chinese I, Lin, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

CHIN 101-005: Elementary Chinese I, Zhou, MW 1:25-2:15 & TR 1:30-2:20

CHIN 101-006: Elementary Chinese I, Zhou, MTWR 3:35-4:25

CHIN 111-001: Elementary Written Chinese, Stimpson, MWF 8-8:50

CHIN 111-002: Elementary Written Chinese, Stimpson, MWF 12:20-1:10

CHIN 150: Introduction to Chinese Civilization, Hsiao, TR 12:30-1:45

CHIN 203-001: Intermediate Chinese I, Ge, MWF 9:05-9:55 & T 9-9:50

CHIN 203-002: Intermediate Chinese I, Ge, MWF 10:10-11 & T 10-10:50

CHIN 203-003: Intermediate Chinese I, Ge, MWF 12:20-1:10 & T 12:30-1:20

CHIN 203-004, Intermediate Chinese I, Lin, MTWR 2:30-3:20

CHIN 203-005, Intermediate Chinese I, Lin, MTWR 3:35-4:25

CHIN 305-001: Advanced Chinese I, Cai, MWF 11:15-12:05

CHIN 305-002: Advanced Chinese I, Cai, MWF 1:25-2:15

CHIN 313: Advanced Written Chinese, Stimpson, MWF 11:15-12:05

CHIN 407-001: Readings in Modern Chinese I, Hsiao, TR 11-12:15

CHIN 441: Chinese-English Translation & Interpreting, Li, TR 3:30-4:45

CHIN 463: Narrative Ethics in Modern China, Visser, TR 9:30-10:45

CHIN 525: Ancient Philosophers and their Modern Reincarnation, Yue, TR 2-3:15

 

City and Regional Planning

PLAN 591: Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems, Li, T 3:30-6:15

 

Communication Studies

COMM 350: Practices of Cultural Studies, Davis, MWF 1:25-2:15

 

Dramatic Art

DRAM 117: Perspectives in World Drama, Perkins, T 9:45-12:15

DRAM 120-002: Play Analysis, Perry, TR 2-3:15

DRAM 283: Theatre History and Literature III, Zhuang, TR 9:30-10:45

 

Economics

ECON 460: International Economics, Vaidyanathan, MWF 1:25-2:15

ECON 460: International Economics, Vaidyanathan, MWF 2:30-3:20

ECON 465: Economic Development, Alder, TR 8-9:15

ECON 465: Economic Development, Alder, TR 11-12:15

ECON 465: Economic Development, Phan, TR 12:30-1:45

ECON 465: Economic Development, Phan, TR, 3:30-4:45

ECON 560: Advanced International Economics, Black, TR 2-3:15

 

Education

EDMX 763: Cultural Diversity and Global Education in Social Studies, Rong, W 3:35-6:35

EDUC 508: Cultural Competence, Leadership, and You, Hughes, TR 11-12:15

EDUC 521: Schools, Cultures & Communities I, Stone, T 3:30-6:15

EDUC 739: Global Child: Education & Development, Simeonsson, M 9:05-12:05

EDUC 972: Critical Race Theory, Thompson-Dorsey, R 4-6:50

 

English and Comparative Literature

ENGL 143: Film and Culture, Munroe, MWF, 8-8:50

ENGL 143: Film and Culture, Ross, MWF 12:20-1:10

ENGL 143: Film and Culture, Harris, TR 8-9:15

 

Geography

GEOG 56: First-Year Seminar: Local Places in a Globalizing World, Cravey, M 3:35-6:35

GEOG 64: First-Year Seminar: Vietnam, Lentz, MWF 1:25-2:15

GEOG 120: World Regional Geography, Birdsall, TR 9:30-10:45

GEOG 120: World Regional Geography, Florin, MWF 2:30-3:20

GEOG 120: World Regional Geography, Lepofsky, ONLINE

GEOG 121: Geographies of Globalization, Ward, MWF 10:10-11:00

GEOG 130: Geographical Issues in the Developing World, Havice, TR 2-3:15

GEOG 130: Geographical Issues in the Developing World, Lepofsky, MW 7:30-8:45

GEOG 228: Urban Geography, Martin, MWF 9:05-9:55

GEOG 267: South Asia, Gergan, MWF 11:15-12:05

GEOG 392: Research Methods in Geography, Lentz, MWF 10:10-11:00

GEOG 423: Social Geography, Reyes, MWF 1:25-2:15

GEOG 424: Geographies of Religion, Olson, TR 11-12:15

GEOG 428: Urban Social Geography, Martin, MWF 12:20-1:10

GEOG 453: Political Geography, Kirsch, TR 12:30-1:45

GEOG 460: Geographies of Economic Change, Havice, TR 9:30-10:45

GEOG 805: Research Seminar in International Area Studies, Development, and Globalization, Pickles, T 3:30-6:30

 

Global Studies

GLBL 210: Global Issues in the 20th Century, Johnson, MW 10:10-11:00 (recitation required)

GLBL 210: Global Issues in the 20th Century, Osterweil, TR 11-12:15 (recitation required)

GLBL 281: Phillips Ambassadors Program, Tsin, TBA

GLBL 481: NGO Politics, Johnson, R 12:30-3:30

 

Hindi-Urdu

HNUR 101-001: Elementary Hindi-Urdu I, Caldwell, MW 10:10-11 & TR 10-10:50

HNUR 101-002: Elementary Hindi-Urdu I, Caldwell, MW 12:20-1:10 & TR 12:30-1:20

HNUR 101-003: Elementary Hindi-Urdu I, Iqbal, MW 1:25-2:15 & TR 1:30-2:20

HNUR 203-001: Intermediate Hindi-Urdu I, Iqbal, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

HNUR 203-002: Intermediate Hindi-Urdu I, Iqbal, MTWR 2:30-3:20

HNUR 221: The Urdu Script, Caldwell, W 3:35-4:25

HNUR 305: Advanced Hindi-Urdu I, Caldwell, MW 4:40-5:55

HNUR 490:  Topics in Hindi-Urdu Literature and Language: Sex and Social Justice, Taj, TR 3:30-4:45

 

History

HIST 133: Introduction to Chinese History, Tsin, TR 2-2:50 (recitation required)

HIST/ASIA 134: Modern East Asia, Fletcher, TR 9:30-10:45

HIST 136: History of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: South Asia since 1750, Sevea, TR 8-9:15

HIST 139: History of Muslim Societies since 1500, Aydin, MW 10:10-11:00 (recitation required)

HIST 140: The World Since 1945, Owre, MWF 9:05-9:55

HIST 140: The World Since 1945, Reid, MW 1:25-2:15 (recitation required)

HIST 140: The World Since 1945, Tasar, TR 8-9:15 (recitation required)

HIST/ASIA 281: The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy, Fletcher, TR 2-3:15

HIST 284: Late Imperial China, Bush, TR 12:30-1:45

 

Japanese

JAPN 101-001: Elementary Japanese I, Sawamura, MW 10:10-11 & TR 10-10:50

JAPN 101-002: Elementary Japanese I, Sawamura, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

JAPN 101-003: Elementary Japanese I, Iwashita, MW 12:20-1:10 & TR 12:30-1:20

JAPN 101-004: Elementary Japanese I, Sawamura, MW 1:25-2:15 & TR 1:30-2:20

JAPN 101-005: Elementary Japanese I, Iwashita, MTWR 2:30-3:20

JAPN 101-006: Elementary Japanese I, Iwashita, MTWR 3:35-4:25

JAPN 203-001: Intermediate Japanese I, Aratake, MTWR 8-8:50

JAPN 203-002: Intermediate Japanese I, Aratake, MW 9:05-9:55 & TR 9-9:50

JAPN 203-003: Intermediate Japanese I, Fukuya, MW 1:25-2:15 & TR 1:30-2:20

JAPN 203-004: Intermediate Japanese I, Fukuya, MTWR 2:30-3:20

JAPN 261: Japanese Theater, Bardsley, TR 5-6:15

JAPN 277: Empire of Sex: Eroticism, Mass Culture, and Geopolitics in Japan, 1945-present, Driscoll, T 6-9

JAPN 305-001: Advanced Japanese, Kato, MWF 8-8:50

JAPN 305-002: Advanced Japanese, Kato, MWF 11:15-12:05

JAPN 401: Gateway to Mastering Japanese, Kato, W 4:40-7:20

JAPN 408: Japanese Journalism, Aratake, M 5:45-8:25

 

Korean

KOR 101-001: Elementary Korean I, Relyea, MW 9:05-9:55 & TR 9-9:50

KOR 101-002: Elementary Korean I, Relyea, MW 11:15-12:05 & TR 11:05-11:55

KOR 101-003: Elementary Korean I, Bang, MW 12:20-1:10 & TR 12:30-1:20

KOR 150: History, Memory, and Reality in Contemporary Korea, Jo, TR 3:30-4:45

KOR 203-001: Intermediate Korean I, Bang, MW 10:10-11 & TR 10-10:50

KOR 203-002: Intermediate Korean I, Bang, MW 1:25-2:15 & TR 1:30-2:20

KOR 305: Advanced Korean I, Jo, TR 12:30-1:45

 

Music

MUSC 146: Introduction to World Musics, VanderHamm, MW 7:30-8:45

MUSC 146: Introduction to World Musics, Ebright, ONLINE

 

Peace, War, and Defense

PWAD 453: Political Geography, Kirsch, TR 12:30-1:45

PWAD 457: International Conflict Processes, Gent, TR 3:30-4:45

 

Persian

For a thorough listing of courses related to Middle Eastern languages and cultures, visit the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations at mideast.unc.edu.

PRSN 101-001: Elementary Persian I, Adel, MWF 10:10-11

PRSN 101-002: Elementary Persian I, Adel, MWF 1:25-2:15

PRSN 203: Intermediate Persian I, Adel, MWF 11:15-12:05

 

Political Science

POLI 130-002: Introduction to Comparative Politics, Chen, TR 11-12:15 (recitation required)

POLI 150: International Relations and World Politics, Mosley, MW 10:10-11:00 (recitation required)

POLI 150: International Relations and World Politics, Ba, TR 12:30-1:45 (recitation required)

POLI 150: International Relations and World Politics, Reid, MW 2:30-3:45 (recitation required)

POLI 237: The Politics of China, Chen, TR 2-3:15
This course counts as a China course for the interdisciplinary major/minor in Asian Studies.

POLI 731: The Politics of Development and Change, Huber, W 3:35-6:35

POLI 753: International Conflict and Cooperation, Bapat, T 2:00-5:00

 

Public Health

PUBH 500: Global Health Discussion Series, Fried, W 6-7:30

PUBH 711: Critical Issues in Global Public Health, Ramaswamy, TBA

 

Public Policy

PLCY 51: First-Year Seminar: The Global Environment in the 21st Century, Sasser, 12:30-1:45

PLCY 110: Global Policy Issues, Zimmerman, TR 9:30-10:20 (recitation required)

PLCY 570: Health and Human Rights, Meier, TR 11-12:15

 

Religious Studies

For a thorough listing of courses related to Islam, visit the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations at mideast.unc.edu.

RELI 73H: First-Year Seminar: From Dragons to Pokémon: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion, Ambros, TR 3:30-4:45

RELI 180: Introduction to Islamic Civilization, Ernst & Dsilva, MW 11:15-12:05 (recitation required)

RELI 180:  Introduction to Islamic Civilization, Lynch, ONLINE

RELI 181: Later Islamic Civilization and Modern Muslim Cultures, Hammer, MW 12:20-1:10 (recitation required)

RELI 184: East Asian Religions: The Religions of East Asia and the Environment, Ambros, MW 12:20-1:10 (recitation required)

RELI 302: Modern Japanese Religions, Ambros, TR 9:30-10:45

RELI 382: The Story of Rama in Indian Culture–Experiential, Lothspeich, MWF 1:25-2:15 & W 3:35-5:30

RELI 485: Marriage and Sexuality in Islam, Hammer, M 3:35-6:25

RELI 582: Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia, Ernst, M 2-4:50

 

Sociology

SOCI 101: Sociological Perspectives, Shanahan & Ryberg, TR 11-12:15 (recitation required)

SOCI 101: Sociological Perspectives, Seguin, TR 2-3:15 (recitation required)

SOCI 101: Sociological Perspectives, McClellan, MWF 1:25-2:15 (recitation required)

SOCI 101: Sociological Perspectives, Perrin & Kamal & Viera, T 12:30-1:45 (recitation required)

SOCI 121: Population Problems, Coutinho & Cai, TR 8-9:15

SOCI 122: Race & Ethnic Problems, Hastings & Wei & Horowitz, TR 12:30-1:45

SOCI 122: Race & Ethnic Problems, Hastings, ONLINE

 

Women’s and Gender Studies

WMST 447: Gender, Space and Place in the Middle East, TR 2-3:15