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one region and/or ethnic group,.g., Caribbean, Canadian, Irish, Asian. Searching for Traces of Absence: Korean Diaspora in Contemporary Korean Cinema (Juyeon Bae). Human Sexuality and Social Change (SYP 3060) 3 credits Sociological and social psychological examination of varieties of human sexual behavior and how changing sexual attitudes and behavior are connected to social and individual processes. With a range that spans from silent cinema to the present day, and from films that have achieved classic status to the underground masterpieces, this collection provides an overview of the breadth of the Japanese and Korean cinematic landscapes. Anthropology of Religion (ANT 3241) 3 credits. Blockbusters, Korean Style. Advanced Commercial French (FRE 3442) 3 credits) Prerequisite: Permission of instructor A continuation of FRE 3440; advanced study of business French and preparation for the Chambre de Commerce et d' Industrie de Paris exam, leading to certificate in Commercial French. Seminar in Latin American History (LAH 6938) 3 credits Prerequisite: Admission to graduate history program or permission of instructor Group discussion and individual research on selected topics. Yet, as this timely new study reveals, the nation's film industry has long been a hub for transnational exchange, producing movies that put a unique spin on familiar genres, while influencing world cinema from Hollywood to Bollywood. Le Guin, Jane Yolen. Articles within are written by kofa President Yi Hyo-in and researcher Chung Chong Hwa. Summer Repertory Theatre Workshop (THE 4955) 1-18 credits The study and practical application of acting/directing and/or technical/design skills for repertory theatre performance.

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Theory and Criticism (CST 7309) 3 credits Examines critical and theoretical issues and approaches to various analyses of texts of different types from an historical and comparative point of view. It is a program to be selected and approved in consultation with staff members. Medieval Art (ARH 4200) 4 credits Prerequisites: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or permission of department Art of the Christian world from the 1st to the 14th centuries. Sociology Study Abroad (SYG 2952) 1-6 credits Prerequisite: Sophomore standing Credit for enrollment in approved study abroad programs. Art of China (ARH 4557) 4 credits Prerequisites: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or permission of department This course is to introduce, from a comparative approach, an overall view of the Chinese arts since ancient time so that students will become aware of the Chinese. The University Band will read and perform literature on the field and in the stands at home football games and selected away games and at pep rallies, ranging from arrangements of light classics to pop and rock. Gathering critics from Asia, Europe and North America, New Korean Cinema contributes to the discussion of the complex role played by national and regional cinemas in a global age. Women from colonial days to the present.

Visual Design Lab 4 (GRA 4115C) 4 credits Prerequisites: GRA 3112C, GRA 3193C and GRA 4194C Focuses on theoretical and practical aspects of editorial design with concentration on magazines and self-promotional projects. Since the content may vary, the course may be repeated for credit. Grading: Pass/fail option; Art majors must take course for a regular grade. 18th-Century Literature (ENL 4230) 3 credits Major prose, poetry, drama and satire of the 18th century. Special Topics (LIN 4930) 1-3 credits Prerequisite: LIN 3010 or permission of instructor Intensive study of special topics in linguistics, such as the history and dialectology of a language, experimental phonetics, and trends in morphology and syntax. South Korean Television, North Korean Refugees and the Dilemmas of Representation (Stephen. Horror and Revenge: Return of the Repressed Colonial Violence. Writers may include Spenser, Marlowe, Sidney, Jonson.