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NOTE: 500 level courses require graduate standing

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Global Asian Studies

GLAS            100
         Introduction to Global Asian Studies
       3 hours.     World Cultures course.  

     40132LCD09:30 AM-10:45 AMTRJin, M 
               This course examines various historical, cultural, and political representations of Asia, Asian America, and Asians in the world. Students will explore how peoples and ideas from Asia and across transoceanic and transnational diasporas have influenced a globalized world and continue to inform our contemporary understanding of Asia and Asian America. The course also examines how historical issues such as colonialism, war, global capitalism, and migration have shaped the experiences and representations of Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and peoples in Asian diasporas.         

GLAS            105
         Asian and/or Asian American Studies Seminar
       1 hours.  May be repeated to a maximum of 3 hours. May be repeated if topics vary. Previously listed as ASAM 105.   Instructor Approval Required 

     40127LCD11:00 AM-11:50 AMFSu, K 
               Asian American Identities, Cultures, and Communities. This seminar is part of the Asian American Mentor Program, a unique program designed to support new first-year or transfer students in their first semester at UIC. The weekly seminar focuses on Asian American identities, cultures, and communities. We will critically examine historical events, the media, popular culture, and personal narratives to study how social, academic, personal, and community issues impact Asian Americans, while paying attention to distinctions between Asian American and Pacific Islander identities and issues. In addition, students will be introduced to college life and campus resources to ease the transition to UIC.         
     40128LCD12:30 PM-01:20 PMRSu, K 
               Asian American Identities, Cultures, and Communities. This seminar is part of the Asian American Mentor Program, a unique program designed to support new first-year or transfer students in their first semester at UIC. The weekly seminar focuses on Asian American identities, cultures, and communities. We will critically examine historical events, the media, popular culture, and personal narratives to study how social, academic, personal, and community issues impact Asian Americans, while paying attention to distinctions between Asian American and Pacific Islander identities and issues. In addition, students will be introduced to college life and campus resources to ease the transition to UIC.         
     40131LCD01:00 PM-01:50 PMWSu, K 
               Asian American Identities, Cultures, and Communities. This seminar is part of the Asian American Mentor Program, a unique program designed to support new first-year or transfer students in their first semester at UIC. The weekly seminar focuses on Asian American identities, cultures, and communities. We will critically examine historical events, the media, popular culture, and personal narratives to study how social, academic, personal, and community issues impact Asian Americans, while paying attention to distinctions between Asian American and Pacific Islander identities and issues. In addition, students will be introduced to college life and campus resources to ease the transition to UIC.         
     40130LCD03:30 PM-04:20 PMTSu, K 
               Asian American Identities, Cultures, and Communities. This seminar is part of the Asian American Mentor Program, a unique program designed to support new first-year or transfer students in their first semester at UIC. The weekly seminar focuses on Asian American identities, cultures, and communities. We will critically examine historical events, the media, popular culture, and personal narratives to study how social, academic, personal, and community issues impact Asian Americans, while paying attention to distinctions between Asian American and Pacific Islander identities and issues. In addition, students will be introduced to college life and campus resources to ease the transition to UIC.         

GLAS            120
         Intro Asian Amer Studies
       3 hours.  Same as SOC 120. Previously listed as ASAM 125.   Individual and Society, and US Society course.  To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Discussion and one Lecture.

     40124DISAD12:30 PM-01:45 PMRPerillo, J 
     40123LECAL12:30 PM-01:45 PMTPerillo, J 

GLAS            125
         Introduction to the Art and Architecture of Asia
       3 hours.  Same as AH 125. Field trip required at a nominal fee.   Creative Arts, and World Cultures course.  

     41026LCD12:30 PM-01:45 PMTR 

GLAS            210
         Asian American Histories
       3 hours.  Previously listed as ASAM 210.   Individual and Society, and US Society course.  

     40905LCD02:00 PM-03:15 PMTRJin, M 

GLAS            230
         Cultural Politics of Asian American Food
       3 hours.  Previously listed as ASAM 230. Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing or above. Recommended background: GLAS 120.   Individual and Society, and US Society course.  

     40125LCD03:00 PM-05:45 PMMGuevarra, A 

GLAS            231
         Introduction to Chinese Politics
       3 hours.  Same as POLS 231. Prerequisite(s): POLS 130; or consent of the instructor.   World Cultures course.  

     40034LCD03:30 PM-04:45 PMTR3312BSBZhang, Y 

GLAS            250
         Critical Issues in Community Engagement
       3 hours.  Previously listed as ASAM 275. Prerequisite(s): GLAS 120.   Individual and Society, and US Society course.  

     40906LCD02:00 PM-02:50 PMMWFModi, R 
               Recommended preparation: GLAS/SOC 120 or GLAS 100.         

GLAS            271
         Late Imperial China
       3 hours.  Same as HIST 271. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 161; or consent of the instructor.   Past, and World Cultures course.  To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Discussion and one Lecture.

     40082DISAD110:00 AM-10:50 AMFHostetler, L 
     40083DISAD211:00 AM-11:50 AMFHostetler, L 
     40081LECAL10:00 AM-10:50 AMMWHostetler, L 

GLAS            275
         History of South Asia to 1857
       3 hours.  Same as HIST 275. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 161; or consent of the instructor.   Past, and World Cultures course.  To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Discussion.

     40033DISAD11:00 AM-12:15 PMRMantena, R 
     40032LCDAS11:00 AM-12:15 PMTMantena, R 

GLAS            279
         South Asian Cultures and Societies
       3 hours.  Same as ANTH 279.   Individual and Society, and World Cultures course.  

     40022LCD03:30 PM-06:15 PMMReddy, G 

GLAS            290
         Special Topics in Asian American Studies
       1 TO 3 hours.  May be repeated if topics vary. Previously listed as ASAM 290.    

     40135LCD11:00 AM-12:15 PMTRPerillo, J 
            3 hours   Introduction to Filipino American Studies. This is an introductory, cross-disciplinary examination of Filipino experience in the U.S. The course explores Western colonialism, nationalism, immigration, neoliberalism, cultural production, political mobilization, and contemporary issues facing Filipino communities in local and global contexts.         

GLAS            328
         Asian American Literature
       3 hours.  Same as ENGL 328. Prerequisite(s): Grade of C or better in ENGL 240; and Grade of C or better in ENGL 243. Recommended background: ENGL 123.   Departmental Approval Required 

     40027LCD10:00 AM-10:50 AMMWF1192SHChiang, M 

GLAS            428
         Asian/Asian American Women in the Global Economy
       3 OR 4 hours.  Same as GWS 428 and SOC 428. 3 undergraduate hours; 4 graduate hours. Previously listed as ASAM 428. Prerequisite(s): At least one GLAS or GWS or SOC course; or consent of the instructor.    

     41143LCD04:00 PM-06:45 PMM 
            3 hours    Restricted to Undergrad - Chicago.         
     41144LCD04:00 PM-06:45 PMM 
            4 hours    Restricted to Graduate - Chicago or Graduate Non-Degree Chicago.         

GLAS            437
         The Indian Ocean World: Contact, Commerce, Culture
       3 hours.  Same as ANTH 436 and HIST 437.    

     40895LCD02:00 PM-03:15 PMTRLiechty, M 
     40896LCD02:00 PM-03:15 PMTRLiechty, M 

GLAS            471
         Topics in Asian Art and Architecture
       3 OR 4 hours.  Same as AH 471. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. May be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite(s): 3 hours of Asian art and/or architecture or consent of the instructor.    

     40019LCD02:00 PM-04:45 PMTBecker, C 
            3 hours    Restricted to Undergrad - Chicago.         
     40020LCD02:00 PM-04:45 PMTBecker, C 
            4 hours    Restricted to Graduate - Chicago or Graduate Non-Degree Chicago.         

GLAS            473
         Topics in East Asian History
       3 OR 4 hours.  Same as HIST 473. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): 3 hours of East Asian history or consent of the instructor.    

     40035LCD03:00 PM-05:45 PMTHostetler, L 
            3 hours   Dissent in China from the Earliest Times to the Present Restricted to Undergrad - Chicago.         
     40036LCD03:00 PM-05:45 PMTHostetler, L 
            4 hours   Dissent in China from the Earliest Times to the Present Restricted to Graduate - Chicago or Graduate Non-Degree Chicago.         
     40937LCD03:30 PM-04:45 PMTRAkcetin, E 
            3 hours   Remembering War in the Pacific in the Twentieth Century Restricted to Undergrad - Chicago.         
     40939LCD03:30 PM-04:45 PMTRAkcetin, E 
            4 hours   Remember War in the Pacific in the Twentieth Century Restricted to Graduate - Chicago or Graduate Non-Degree Chicago.         

GLAS            495
         Independent Study
       1 TO 4 hours.  May be repeated. Previously listed as ASAM 495. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.   Departmental Approval Required 

     40141CNFARRANGED-Chiang, M 
     40142CNFARRANGED-Guevarra, A 
     40143CNFARRANGED-Jin, M 
     40907CNFARRANGED-Modi, R 
     40144CNFARRANGED-Naber, N 
     40145CNFARRANGED-Perillo, J 
     40146CNFARRANGED-Su, K