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Courses Related to the Center for Southeast Asian Studies Program
Courses are listed alphabetically by department

AGRICULTURE AND APPLIED ECONOMICS (Department #108)

  • 344 The Environment and Global Economy - (when taught by Brad Barham)
  • 350 World Hunger and Malnutrition
  • 374 Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy
  • 375 Special Topics: Globalization, Development and Poverty - (when taught by Brad Barham or Ian Coxhead)
  • 473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia
  • 474 Economic Problems in Developing Countries
  • 731 Economics of Development - (when taught by Ian Coxhead)
  • 875 Special Topics: Growth, Trade and Environment in Developing Countries - (when taught by Ian Coxhead)

ANTHROPOLOGY (Department #156)

  • 104 Cultural Anthropology and Human Diversity - (when taught by Katherine Bowie, Kenneth M. George, or Zhou Yongming)
  • 120 Freshman/Sophomore Seminar in Anthropology - (when taught by Katherine Bowie or Kenneth M. George)
  • 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography - (when taught by Katherine Bowie, or Zhou Yongming)
  • 310 Archaeology of East and Southeast Asia
  • 330 Topics in Ethnology - (when taught by Katherine Bowie or Kenneth M. George)
  • 343 Anthropology of Religion
  • 350 Political Anthropology
  • 430 Language and Culture
  • 490 Undergraduate Seminar - (when taught by Katherine Bowie or Kenneth M. George)
  • 690 Problems in Anthropology - (when taught by Katherine Bowie)
  • 940 Seminar: Problems in Cultural Anthropology - (when taught by Katherine Bowie or Kenneth M. George)

ART HISTORY (Department #180)

  • 362 Arts of India

ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES (Department #184)

  • 101 Introduction to Asian American Studies
  • 160 Asian American History: Movement & Dislocation
  • 161 Asian American History: Settlement & National Belonging
  • 246 Southeast Asia Refugees of the Cold War
  • 540 Special Topics in Asian American Studies - (when taught by Southeast Asia Specialist)

COMMUNICATION ARTS (Department #250)

  • 470 Contemporary Political Discourse - (when taught by Mary McCoy)
  • 610 Special Topics in Rhetoric and Public Address: Freedom of Speech in Global Perspective - (when taught by Mary McCoy)
  • 674 Rhetorical Analysis: Modern Democratic Revolutions - (when taught by Mary McCoy)

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (Department #272)

  • 630 Workshop in School Program Development: Teachers Workshop on Southeast Asia

DANCE (Department #741)

  • 353 Javanese Performance
  • 453 Javanese Performance Repertory
  • 560 Current Topics in Dance Workshop - (when taught by Peggy Choy)

ECONOMICS (Department #296)

  • 473 Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia
  • 877 Economic Development

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (Department #360)

  • 139 Resources and People - (when taught by Ian Baird)
  • 344 Environmental and Global Economy

FOLKLORE (Department #380)

  • 103 Introduction to Music Cultures of the World
  • 353 Javanese Performance
  • 402 Music Cultures of the World: East and Southeast Asia
  • 453 Javanese Performance Repertory

GEOGRAPHY (Department #416)

  • 101 Introduction to Cultural Geography - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 139 Resources and People - (when taught by Ian Baird)
  • 244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines
  • 302 Economic Geography: Locational Behavior - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 305 Introduction to the City
  • 358 China and Southeast Asia
  • 503 Researching the City: Qualitative Strategies - (when taught by Ian Baird)
  • 505 Urban Spacial Patterns and Theories - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 510 Economic Geography: Constructing Knowledge Spaces in a Globalizing Era - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 558 Social Geography of Asian Cities in Comparative Perspective
  • 675 Special Topics in Geography: Cities and Development - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 675 Special Topics in Geography: Horizons of Human Geography - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 900 Seminar in Geography: Cities and Development - (when taught by Kris Olds)
  • 901 Seminar in Cultural Geography: Cities and Development - (when taught by Kris Olds)

HISTORY (Department #448)

  • 160 Asian American History: Movement & Dislocation
  • 161 Asian American History: Settlement & National Belonging
  • 244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines
  • 246 Southeast Asia Refugees of the Cold War
  • 319 The Vietnam Wars
  • 438 Buddhism and Society in Southeast Asian History
  • 448 History of Medieval India
  • 457 History of Southeast Asia to 1800
  • 458 History of Southeast Asia Since 1800
  • 463 Topics in South Asian History: History of India and the Indian Ocean - (when taught by Andre Wink)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: World War II in the Pacific - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: Empire and Revolution in Southeast Asia - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: Geography in History - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: Tropical Dictators - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: Drug Wars - A Global History - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: CIA and Covert Wars and Conduct of US Foreign Policy - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 600 Undergraduate Seminar: Orientalism: Others in our Knowledge - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 621 Buddhism in History of South and Southeast Asia
  • 703 History and Theory: History and Theory - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 703 History and Theory: Geography in History - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Tropical Dictators - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Dangerous Histories - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: History of Democratization in Thailand
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Southeast Asian History to 1800 - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Empire and Revolution in Southeast Asia - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Geography in History - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: State and Society in Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Topics from the History of Siam - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: CIA and Covert Wars and Conduct of US Foreign Policy - (when taught by Alfred W. McCoy)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Orientalism: Others in Our Knowledge - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Recent Changes and Shifts in the Historiography of SE Asia - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)
  • 755 Proseminar in Southeast Asian History: Thailand in Historical Perspective - (when taught by Thongchai Winichakul)

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES (Department #230)

  • 501 Special Topics: Hmong Families

INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES (Department #502)

  • 106 First-Year Seminar in the Social Sciences: Hmong in America - (when taught by Marlys Macken)
  • 110 First-Year Seminar in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Hmong People and Culture in SE Asia, China, and America - (when taught by Marlys Macken)
  • 220 Windows on the World - (when the focus is Southeast Asia)

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (Department #504)

  • 301 Introduction to International Studies - (when taught by Jo Ellen Fair or Kenneth M. George)
  • 373 Globalization, Development and Poverty
  • 602 Topics in International Political Economy and Policy Studies: Globalization, Development and Poverty - (when taught by Brad Barham or Ian Coxhead)

JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS (Department #512)

  • 620 International Communications - (when taught by Hemant Shah)
  • 621 Mass Communications in Developing Nations - (when taught by Jo Ellen Fair)

LANGUAGES AND CULTURES OF ASIA (Department #521)

  • 100 Introduction to the Cultures of Asia
  • 140 Asia in the Age of Imperialism and Globalization
  • 236 Indonesia: Writing Stories, Building a Nation
  • 244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines
  • 246 Southeast Asia Refugees of the Cold War
  • 273 Religion in History and Culture: The East
  • 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia: Colonial Literature - the Netherlands Indies - (when taught by Ellen Rafferty)
  • 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia: Cultures of Indonesia - (when taught by Ellen Rafferty)
  • 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia: Problems in Translation of Thai Texts - (when taught by Robert Bickner)
  • 300 Topics in Languages and Cultures of Asia: Religion, Colonialism and Modernity in SE Asia - (when taught by Anne Hansen)
  • 357 Literatures of Muslim Societies
  • 361 Survey of Indonesian Cultures
  • 362 Arts of India
  • 364 Introduction to Buddhism
  • 370 Islam: Religion and Culture
  • 379 Cities of Asia
  • 401 Modern Indonesian Literature
  • 403 Southeast Asian Literature [Mainland]
  • 404 Southeast Asian Literature [Maritime]
  • 430 Language & Culture - (when taught by Ellen Rafferty or Kenneth M. George)
  • 441 Language and Society in Southeast Asia
  • 448 History of Medieval India
  • 453 Buddhist Ethics
  • 457 History of Southeast Asia to 1800
  • 458 History of Southeast Asia Since 1800
  • 471 Topics in Contemporary Buddhism - (when taught by Anne Hansen)
  • 576 Buddhism and Literature
  • 616 Modern Thai Literature: Thai Novel
  • 617 Thai Poetry
  • 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story
  • 620 Proseminar: Studies in the Religions of Asia: Theravada Buddhism
  • 630 Proseminar: Studies in Cultures of Asia: Ramayana in South and Southeast Asia
  • 666 Proseminar: Studies in Literatures of Asia: Mahabharata in South and Southeast Asia
  • 666 Proseminar: Studies in Literatures of Asia: Ramayana in South and Southeast Asia
  • 671 Structure of Thai
  • 706 Seminar: Topics in the History of Buddhism

LANGUAGES AND CULTURES OF ASIA - LANGUAGES (Department #522)

  • 303 First Semester Burmese
  • 304 Second Semester Burmese
  • 403 Third Semester Burmese
  • 404 Fourth Semester Burmese
  • 503 Fifth Semester Burmese
  • 504 Sixth Semester Burmese
  • 305 First Semester Filipino
  • 306 Second Semester Filipino
  • 405 Third Semester Filipino
  • 406 Fourth Semester Filipino
  • 505 Fifth Semester Filipino
  • 506 Sixth Semester Filipino
  • 307 First Semester Hmong
  • 308 Second Semester Hmong
  • 407 Third Semester Hmong
  • 408 Fourth Semester Hmong
  • 507 Fifth Semester Hmong
  • 508 Sixth Semester Hmong
  • 309 First Semester Indonesian
  • 310 Second Semester Indonesian
  • 409 Third Semester Indonesian
  • 410 Fourth Semester Indonesian
  • 509 Fifth Semester Indonesian
  • 510 Sixth Semester Indonesian
  • 311 First Semester Javanese
  • 312 Second Semester Javanese
  • 411 Third Semester Javanese
  • 412 Fourth Semester Javanese
  • 511 Fifth Semester Javanese
  • 512 Sixth Semester Javanese
  • 313 First Semester Khmer
  • 314 Second Semester Khmer
  • 413 Third Semester Khmer
  • 414 Fourth Semester Khmer
  • 513 Fifth Semester Khmer
  • 514 Sixth Semester Khmer
  • 315 First Semester Lao
  • 316 Second Semester Lao
  • 415 Third Semester Lao
  • 416 Fourth Semester Lao
  • 515 Fifth Semester Lao
  • 516 Sixth Semester Lao
  • 317 First Semester Thai
  • 318 Second Semester Thai
  • 417 Third Semester Thai
  • 418 Fourth Semester Thai
  • 517 Fifth Semester Thai
  • 518 Sixth Semester Thai
  • 319 First Semester Vietnamese
  • 320 Second Semester Vietnamese
  • 419 Third Semester Vietnamese
  • 420 Fourth Semester Vietnamese
  • 519 Fifth Semester Vietnamese
  • 520 Sixth Semester Vietnamese
  • 373 First Semester Pali
  • 374 Second Semester Pali
  • 610 Advanced Reading in Indonesian
  • 616 Modern Thai Literature: The Novel
  • 617 Thai Poetry
  • 618 Thai Prose Literature: The Short Story

LINGUISTICS (Department #550)

  • 430 Language and Culture

LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION (Department #551)

  • 301 Modern Indonesian Literature in Translation
  • 303 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation [Mainland]
  • 304 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation [Maritime]
  • 401 Modern Indonesian Literature

MUSIC (Department #660)

  • 103 Introduction to Music Cultures of the World
  • 361 Non-West Music Performance: Beginning Javanese Gamelan
  • 361 Non-West Music Performance: Advanced Javanese Gamelan
  • 402 Music Cultures of the World: East and Southeast Asia
  • 404 Music of SE Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion
  • 915 Seminar in Ethnomusicology: Music and Hibridity - (when taught by R. Anderson Sutton)

POLITICAL SCIENCE (Department #778)

  • 244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines
  • 339 Southeast Asia: International Politics
  • 639 Politics of Southeast Asia

POPULATION AND HEALTH SCIENCES (Department #810)

  • 718 International Health Systems

RELIGIOUS STUDIES (Department #856)

  • 200 Introductory Topics in Religious Studies - (when taught by Anna Gade or Anne Hansen)
  • 273 Religion in History and Culture: The East
  • 453 Buddhist Ethics
  • 576 Buddhism and Literature
  • 620 Proseminar: Studies in the Religions of Asia: Theravada Buddhism - (when taught by Anne Hansen)
  • 706 Seminar: Topics in the History of Buddhism

SOCIOLOGY (Department #900)

  • 244 Introduction to Southeast Asia: Vietnam to the Philippines

SPANISH (SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE) (Department #912)

  • 311 Advanced Language Practice: Spanish and American Empires - (when taught by Courtney Johnson)
  • 460 Literatura Hispanoamericana: Modernismo y 1898 - (when taught by Courtney Johnson)
  • 468 Topics in Hispanic Culture: The End of Empire - (when taught by Courtney Johnson)

THEATER AND DRAMA (Department #942)

  • 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline
  • 353 Javanese Performance
  • 453 Javanese Performance Repertory

URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (Department #944)

  • 305 Introduction to the City
  • 858 International Development and Policy - (when taught by Herman Felstehausen)

 

 

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Center for Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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1155 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1397
phone: (608) 263-1755
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e-mail: seasia@intl-institute.wisc.edu