Fall 2017

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

GENERAL EDUCATION (GEN ED)

Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding
East Asian Cinema (AESTHINT 63), J. Li

Culture and Belief
Animated Spirituality: Japanese Religion in Anime, Manga, and Film (CULTBLF 57), H. Hardacre

FRESHMAN SEMINARS
Life Lessons from Professional Killers: What We Can Learn from the Samurai (FRSEMR 61K), D. Atherton
Zen and the Art of Living: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary (FRSEMR 71D), J. Robson
Discovering Cultures and the Sea: Navigation, Exploration, Conquest, and Trade (FRSEMR 71E), T. Bestor

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Literature, Diaspora, and Global Trauma (COMPLIT 277), K. Thornber

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS

East Asian Studies
Introduction to the Study of East Asia: Issues and Methods (EASTD 97AB), R. Abe
Japan and the World (EASTD 98B), S. Pharr
Global Cities in East Asia (EASTD 121), N. Dillon

East Asian Buddhist Studies
Major Issues in the Study of East Asian Buddhism (EABS 241), R. Abe and J. Robson

East Asian Film and Media Studies
Japanese Media Studies: Seminar (EAFM 206), S. Yoshimi

Japanese Language
Elementary Japanese (JAPAN BA 001/002/003), I. Shingu
Intermediate Japanese I (JAPAN 120A 001/002/003), T. Hashimoto
Intermediate Japanese II (JAPAN 130A 001, 002), Y. Matsumoto
Advanced Modern Japanese (JAPAN 140A 001/002), Y. Kageyama-Hunt
Readings and Discussion in Japanese Social Sciences (JAPAN 150A), Y. Kageyama-Hunt

Japanese History
Religion and Society in Edo and Meiji Japan (JAPANHIST 115/ HDS 3957), H. Hardacre
Early Modern Japanese History (JAPNHIST 270), D. Howell

Japanese Literature
Gender and Japanese Art (JAPNLIT 133), M. McCormick
Early Modern Japanese Literature and Culture (JAPNLIT 260), D. Atherton

GOVERNMENT
Comparative Electoral Systems (GOV 94IM), D. Smith
Civil Society, West and East (GOV 2148), S. Pharr

HISTORY
Japan in the Modern World (HIST 1623), A. Gordon
The History of Energy (HIST 1910), I. Miller
Historiography of Modern Japan (HIST 2653), I. Miller

HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Introduction to Japanese Art (HAA 18K), M. McCormick
Tectonics Lab (HAA 179X), M. Mulligan
Medieval Japanese Ink Painting (HAA 284M), Y. Lippit

HISTORY OF SCIENCE
Science, Technology, and Society in Modern East Asia (HISTSCI 180), D. Kim

SOCIAL STUDIES
Global East Asia (SOC-STD 98NQ), N. Newendorp

SOCIOLOGY
Contemporary Theory and Research (SOCIOL 208), M. Brinton
Special Demography Workshop (SOCIOL 323), M. Brinton
Gender Inequality Workshop (SOCIOL 328), M. Brinton

HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOL
Religion and Society in Edo and Meiji Japan (HDS 3957/ JAPANHIST 115), H. Hardacre

HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Tokyo – Catalysts for Change (DES 3607), K. Ota
Urbanization in the East Asian Region (HIS 4329), P. Rowe
Competing Visions of Modernity in Japan (HIS 4377), S. Kuan
Tectonic Tradition: Structure and Material in Japan (SCI 6601), M. Kanada
Transforming Omishima into a Beautiful Japanese Garden (STU 1312), T. Ito
Excavating Space and Nature in Tokyo (STU 1403), T. Mitani and M. Chiba

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
Corporations, J. M. Ramseyer
Introduction to Japanese Law, J. M. Ramseyer

HARVARD EXTENSION SCHOOL
Elementary Japanese (JAPA E-1), M. Mito