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    Sep 15, 2019  
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

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Chinese

   •  CHIN 016. Substance, Shadow, and Spirit in Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  CHIN 017. History of Chinese Theater
   •  CHIN 020. Readings in Modern Chinese
   •  CHIN 020A. Chinese Business Conversation
   •  CHIN 021. Reading and Writing in Modern Chinese
   •  CHIN 021A. Business Conversation in Chinese
   •  CHIN 023. Modern Chinese Literature: A New Novelistic Discourse (1918-1948)
   •  CHIN 024. History of Chinese Literature: Fiction and Drama
   •  CHIN 025. Contemporary Chinese Fiction: Mirror of Social Change (1949-2005)
   •  CHIN 027. The Story in Dynastic China
   •  CHIN 033. Introduction to Classical Chinese
   •  CHIN 036. Women’s Literature in Premodern China
   •  CHIN 036A. Attachment: Women’s Literature in Premodern China
   •  CHIN 037. Text and Image: Classical Chinese Poetry and Painting
   •  CHIN 052. Chinese Opera and Performing Art
   •  CHIN 055. Contemporary Chinese Cinema: The New Waves (1984-2005)
   •  CHIN 056. History of Chinese Cinema (1905- 2005)
   •  CHIN 063. Comparative Perspectives: China in the Ancient World
   •  CHIN 065. Peking Opera and Globalization
   •  CHIN 066. Chinese Poetry
   •  CHIN 069. The Art of Living: Taste and Aesthetics in Chinese Cultural Traditions
   •  CHIN 071. Invaded Ideology and Translated Modernity: A Comparative Study of Modern Chinese and Japanese Literatures at Their Formative Stages (1900-1937)
   •  CHIN 081. Transcending the Mundane: Taoism in Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  CHIN 086. Chinese Food Culture and Farming: Traditions and Transitions
   •  CHIN 086A. Attachment: Chinese Food Culture and Farming: Traditions and Transitions
   •  CHIN 087. Water Policies, Water Issues: China/Taiwan and the U.S.
   •  CHIN 087A. Attachment: Policies and Issues of Fresh Water Resources in China/Taiwan
   •  CHIN 088. Governance and Environmental Issues in China
   •  CHIN 088A. Attachment: Governance and Environmental Issues in China
   •  CHIN 089. Tea in China: Cultural and Environmental Perspectives.
   •  CHIN 089A. Attachment: Tea in China: Cultural and Environmental Perspectives
   •  CHIN 090. Practicum in Bridging Swarthmore and Local Chinese Communities
   •  CHIN 091. Special Topics in English: Text and Image: Classical Chinese Painting and Poetry From Early Times to the Middle Period
   •  CHIN 092. Special Topics: Appreciation of Tang-Song Poetry in Chinese
   •  CHIN 093. Directed Reading
   •  CHIN 096. Thesis
   •  CHIN 099. Senior Colloquium
   •  LITR 009CH. First-Year Seminar: Heaven, Earth, and Man: Ways of Thought in Traditional Chinese Culture
   •  LITR 016CH. Substance, Shadow, and Spirit in Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  LITR 017CH. History of Chinese Theater
   •  LITR 023CH. Modern Chinese Literature: A New Novelistic Discourse (1918-1948)
   •  LITR 024CH. History of Chinese Literature: Fiction and Drama
   •  LITR 025CH. Contemporary Chinese Fiction: Mirror of Social Change (1949-2004)
   •  LITR 027CH. The Story in Dynastic China
   •  LITR 036CH. Women’s Literature in Premodern China
   •  LITR 052CH. Chinese Opera and Performing Art
   •  LITR 065CH. Peking Opera and Globalization
   •  LITR 069CH. Taste and Aesthetics in Chinese Cultural Traditions
   •  LITR 081CH. Transcending the Mundane: Taoism in Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  LITR 086CG. Chinese Food Culture and Farming: Traditions and Transitions
   •  LITR 091CH. Special Topics in English: Text and Image: Classical Chinese Painting and Poetry from Early Times to the Middle Period

Chinese - Seminars

   •  CHIN 103. Lu Xun and His Legacy in 20th- Century China
   •  CHIN 104. Chinese Poetry
   •  CHIN 105. Chinese Theater Seminar
   •  CHIN 108. The Remaking of Cinematic China: Zhang Yimou, Wong Kar-wai, and Ang Lee
   •  CHIN 199. Senior Honors Study

Classical Studies

   •  CLST 004. Radical Jesus
   •  CLST 006B. The Talmud
   •  CLST 011. First-Year Seminar: Talking Animals
   •  CLST 012. First Year Seminar: Comparative Mythology
   •  CLST 013. First-Year Seminar: Mythology
   •  CLST 014. First-Year Seminar: Mystery Religions and the Greek Philosophers
   •  CLST 015. First-Year Seminar: Dante
   •  CLST 019. First-Year Seminar: The Birth of Comedy
   •  CLST 020. Plato and His Modern Readers
   •  CLST 021. Roman Society and Identity: Food and War
   •  CLST 023. Introduction to Sanskrit
   •  CLST 024. Sanskrit Grammar
   •  CLST 025. Greek Myth in Opera and Ballet
   •  CLST 026. Athletics and the Competitive Spirit in Ancient Greece
   •  CLST 027. Special Topics in Theater History, Dramaturgy, and Performance Theory
   •  CLST 036. Classical Mythology
   •  CLST 040. Visions of Rome
   •  CLST 057. Hebrew for Text Study I
   •  CLST 059. Hebrew for Text Study II
   •  CLST 060. Dante’s Divine Comedy
   •  CLST 092. Readings in Classical Hebrew
   •  CLST 093. Directed Reading
   •  CLST 098. Senior Course Study

Classics - Honors Seminars and Capstone Seminars

   •  CLST 094. Ancient Drama in Performance
   •  CLST 094A. Attachment: Ancient Drama in Performance
   •  CLST 104. Classical Studies Seminar: Ancient Storytelling and Fiction
   •  CLST 105. Classical Studies Capstone: The Classical in Art and Literature
   •  CLST 106. Classical Studies Capstone: Dante: Christianity and the Classical Tradition
   •  CLST 108. Capstone: Greek and Roman Religion: Text, Theory and Archaeology
   •  CLST 154. Capstone: Myth and Opera
   •  GREK 111. Greek Philosophers
   •  GREK 112. Greek Epic
   •  GREK 113. Greek Historians
   •  GREK 114. Greek Drama
   •  GREK 115. Greek Lyric Poetry
   •  LATN 102. The Roman Emperors
   •  LATN 103. Latin Epic
   •  LATN 104. Ovid’s Metamorphoses
   •  LATN 105. The Fall of the Roman Republic
   •  LATN 106. Tacitus
   •  LATN 107. Horace
   •  LATN 108. Roman Comedy
   •  LATN 110. Roman Rhetoric

Cognitive Science

   •  COGS 001. Introduction to Cognitive Science
 

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