AMCV1903P Please, Please Me
This seminar will investigate theories of pleasure and its representation in a range of fictional texts. What is it that makes a text pleasing and for whom? How do we talk about pleasure and explain it to others? I am especially interested in the representation of pleasure from the 1970s on.
EAST1950B Chinese Women, Gender and Feminism from Historical and Transnational Perspectives
This seminar course is designed to critically re-evaluate (re)presentations of Chinese women, gender, and feminism in historical, literary, and academic discourses. It examines a diverse body of texts produced through different historical periods and in different geopolitical locations. It emphasizes gender as both a historical construct(s) among competing discourses and as a material process of individual embodiment and disembodiment. The goal of the course is to help advanced students understand Chinese history from a distinctly gendered perspective, to recognize women’s roles in history and writing, and to develop a reflective, cross-cultural approach to gender, politics, and the self.
HISP2900 Theory and Methods of Foreign Language Teaching
What makes Chinese school suck?
CSCI1550 Probability and Computing: Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis
CSCI1950F Introduction to Machine Learning
EAST1950G Market Economy, Popular Culture, and Mass Media in Contemporary China
CLAS1750L Erotic Desire in the Premodern Mediterranean
CSCI1320 Creating Modern Web Applications
AMCV0190F Beyond the Tourist Trap: The Past, Present, and Future of Asian American Urban Spaces
Oh no it’s limited to freshmen and sophomores!