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Note: This page is under construction; suggestions are welcome. Please contact Jerome Bauer.
Please note once again that this is neither a description of an existing program nor a proposal
for a future program, but merely a list of resources for the benefit of students. As such, it is as
inclusive as possible. If I have omitted any course with significant South Asia content, please let
me know, so that I may include it. In the future, this page may include also upcoming courses from
faculty at local universities. Eventually I hope to compile a complete history of South Asia courses
at Washington University, all the way back to Professor
Huston Smith and before.

For information about South Asia studies at Washington University, please contact Professors
Satadru Sen, Sunita Parikh, and Priya Joshi.

 

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South Asia Courses Taught in Autumn 2003

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Anthropology

Anthro 3051 (Q) Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalayas M-W----1:00 PM-2:30 PM
(Prof.
Geoff Childs)

Anthro 333 Culture and Health -T-T--- 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof. Edward Montgomery)

Comparative Literature

CompLit / JNE 355C (Q) The Flowering of Islamic Literature 500-1200
---T--- 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof.
Nargis Virani)

English Literature

E Lit 217 Literature of the Indian Sub-Continent
-T-T--- 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof. Joan Brockmann)

Hindi

Hindi / JNE 111D Beginning Hindi I (Section 1) MTWTF--11:00 AM -12:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi / JNE 111D Beginning Hindi I (Section 2) MTWTF--12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 201 / JNE 2011D Intermediate Hindi I MTWTF-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 299 Undergraduate Independent Study TBA 12:00 AM -12:00 AM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina )
[Including tutorial course, "Introduction to Sanskrit"]

History

History 3191 (Q) History of South Asia to the Eve of Modernization
-T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen )

History 4973 Advanced Seminar: Criminals, Lunatics, Rebels and Colonialism
--W---- 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen)

Jewish and Near Eastern Studies

Asian & NE 205 / JNE 2051 (Q) Literature and Film from Asia and the Near East
M------ 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Professor Hegel)

JNE 116D (Q) Beginning Persian I MTWTF-- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Prof. Fayaz)

JNE 216D Intermediate Persian I MTWTF-- 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa)

JNE 376F (Q) Sufism: God's Friends in Islam M-W---- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa)

JNE 3901 Lyrics of Mystical Love, East and West -T-T--- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Fatemeh Keshavarz)

JNE 210C (Q) Introduction to Islamic Civilization M-W-F-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa)

JNE 316 Advanced Persian I M-W-F-- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa)

JNE 457Topics in Modern Persian Literature TBA 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa)

JNE 4972 Guided Readings in Persian (Section 1) TBA 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Staff)

JNE 4972 Guided Readings in Persian (Section 2) TBA 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa)

Music

U24 MUS 3110 (Q) Introduction to Indian Music -TW---- 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
(Prof.
Imrat Khan)

Political Science

PolSci 226 / AMCS 202 (P) The Immigrant Experience -T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM (Prof. Sunita Parikh)

PolSci 102B Comparative Politics M-W---- 9:00 AM -10:00 AM (Prof. Sunita Parikh)

Religious Studies

ReSt 223 [U66] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food ---T--- 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 250F (Q) [U66] Hinduism: An Introduction -T-T--- 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
(Section A: -T----- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Section B: ---T--- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 3394 Topics in South Asian Religions: Veda and Vedanta
-T-T--- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM (Prof.
Jerome Bauer)

ReSt / Art-Arch 3802 Sacred Shrines and Holy Places M-W---- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn)

ReSt / IA 478 [U 85] Religion and Violence -T----- 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn)

Yoga and Dance

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 1)
--W--F-- 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund)

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 2)
-T-T--- 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund)

U31 DANCE 234 Classical Dances of India --M----4:00 - 5:45 PM;
--W----5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (Prof.
Asha Prem)

U31 DANCE 335 Bharata Natyam as Movement Narrative
M------6:15 PM - 7:45 PM (Prof.
Asha Prem)

U31 DANCE 435 Classical Indian Dance Repertory ---T--- 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
(Prof.
Asha Prem)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Summer 2003
(Non-Exhaustive List)

ReSt 1150 Introduction to the World's Religions MTWTF--11:00 AM -12:45 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Spring 2003
(Non-Exhaustive List)

English / CompLit 4283 Nationalism and Public Fantasy in Bollywood Cinema (Prof. Priya Joshi)

Hindi 112D Beginning Hindi II (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 122 Beginning Hindi for Heritage Speakers II (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 229 Undergraduate Independent Study (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )
[Tutorial course on Indian Philosophy]

History 4154: Post-Colonial South Asia: Nations, Cultures, Identities (Prof. Satadru Sen)

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff)

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 470 / CompLit 4705 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies:Middle-Earth and Bharata-Varsha
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Autumn 2002
(Non-Exhaustive List)

E Lit 217 Literature of the Indian Subcontinent (Prof. Priya Joshi)

Hindi 111D Beginning Hindi I (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 201 Intermediate Hindi I (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )

Hindi 299 Undergraduate Independent Study (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )
[Tutorial course, Introduction to Sanskrit]

History 3191 History of South Asia to the Eve of Modernization (Prof. Satadru Sen)

History 301 (sophomore tutorial): The Imperial Mirror - Indians and the British in Each Other's Eyes
(
Prof. Satadru Sen)

PoliSci 3293 Modern South Asian Politics (Prof. Sunita Parikh)

ReSt 250F Hinduism: An Introduction (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 223 [UC] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Spring 2002
(Non-Exhaustive List)

History 2902: Gandhi, Non-Violence & Indian Nationalism (Freshman Seminar) (Prof. Satadru Sen)

History 3192: Modern South Asia (Prof. Satadru Sen)

History 4153: Society and Politics in British India (Prof. Satadru Sen) [posted in February, 2002]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff)

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt / Anthro / Hist 251F Religious Minorities of South Asia (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 470 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies: Fundamentalisms East and West (Prof Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Autumn 2001
(Non-Exhaustive List)

American Cultural Studies 202 / PoliSci 226 Immigrant Experience (Prof. Sunita Parikh)

History 3191: South Asia to the Eve of Modernization (Prof. Satadru Sen)

History 4973: Criminals, Lunatics, Rebels and Colonialism (Advanced Seminar) (Prof. Satadru Sen)

ReSt 250F Hinduism: An Introduction (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 3392 [339F] "Topics in South Asian Religion: Veda and Vedanta"
=
International Studies 339F; =Phil 329F "Indian Philosophy"
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Summer 2001
(Non-Exhaustive List)

ReSt 252 [UC] Hindu and Jain Mythology (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 223 / Anthro 2231 Hindu Medicine and Indian Food (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Spring 2001
(Non-Exhaustive List)

Hindi 101DQ, Beginning Hindi I [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 201D, Intermediate Hindi I [Prof. Naseem Hines]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff)

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught in Autumn 2000
(Non-Exhaustive List)

Hindi 102DQ, Beginning Hindi II [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 202D, Intermediate Hindi II [Prof. Naseem Hines]

ReSt 250F Hinduism: An Introduction (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions (Prof. Jerome Bauer)

 

South Asia Courses Taught Prior to Autumn 2000
(Non-Exhaustive List)

AMCS 217 (E Lit 216), Topics in Asian-American Literature: The Negotiation of Identity and Culture

AMCS 307 (PolSci 3061), South Asian Diaspora: Immigration and Integration in Urban America

Anthro 312C, Ancient Civs of Old World: Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China

Anthro 333, Culture and Health [Prof. Edward Montgomery]

Anthro/IS 3371, Aspects of Indian Society: Myth and Reality

Anthro 3411 (STA 330), Methods and Reasoning in the Social Sciences II:
Gandhi's India and Nonviolent Resistance

Anthro/IS 377, Peoples and Cultures in South Asia

Hindi 101DQ, Beginning Hindi I [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 102DQ, Beginning Hindi II [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 201D, Intermediate Hindi I [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 202D, Intermediate Hindi II [Prof. Naseem Hines]

Hindi 225BQ, Introduction to Indic Culture and Civilization [Prof. Naseem Hines]
[Taught Spring 1999]

Hindi 299, Undergraduate Independent Study

Hindi 350, Introduction to South Asian Literature in Translation:
The Modern Hindi/Urdu Short Story [
Prof. Naseem Hines]

History/JNE 314CQ (IS 314C, Med-Ren 315CQ), Islamic History, 1200-1800.

Pers 116DQ, Beginning Persian I

Pers 117DQ, Beginning Persian II

PoliSci L32-102b Introduction to Comparative Politics (Prof. Sunita Parikh)
[Spring 1999]

PoliSci 226, The Immigrant Experience [Prof. Sunita Parikh]

PoliSci L32-3292 Modern South Asian Politics (Prof. Sunita Parikh)
[Fall 1997]

PoliSci /IS 3292 Topics in Politics: Introduction to South Asian Politics [Prof. Sunita Parikh]

ReSt 234F (Chinese 234FQ, East Asia 234, IS 234F, Japan 234F), Introduction to Asian Religions
[
Prof. Beata Grant]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff) [every Spring]

ReSt 250FQ, Hinduism: An Introduction [Prof. Diane Mines, Prof. Jerome Bauer ]
[Taught Autumn 1997, Autumn 1998, Autumn 1999]

ReSt /Anthro/Hist 251, Religious Minorities of South Asia [Prof. Jerome Bauer]

ReSt 338F (EastAsia 336F), Pilgrims and Pilgrimages: India, China, and Japan

ReSt 339 (STA 3391), Religious Conflict in South Asia [Prof. Diane Mines]

ReSt 3391, Karma and Rebirth [Prof. Jerome Bauer]

ReSt /IS 3392, Topics in South Asian Religions: Yoga Traditions

ReSt 340C (STA 3400), Hindu Reformations [Prof. Diane Mines]

ReSt 3802, Sacred Shrines and Holy Places [Prof. Frank Flinn]

U31 120 Dance, Yoga and Relaxation Techniques

U31 234 Dance, Classical Dances of India

U24 312 Music, Ancient Techniques for Singing for All with Yogic Philosophy

 

 


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Topical Listing of Courses

Note: This page is under construction; suggestions are welcome. Please contact Jerome Bauer.
Please note once again that this is neither a description of an existing program nor a proposal
for a future program, but merely a list of resources for the benefit of students. As such, it is as
inclusive as possible. If I have omitted any course with significant South Asia content, please let
me know, so that I may include it. In the future, this page may include also upcoming courses from
faculty at local universities. Eventually I hope to compile a complete history of South Asia courses
at Washington University, all the way back to Professor Huston Smith and before.

For information about South Asia studies at Washington University, please contact Professors
Satadru Sen, Sunita Parikh, and Priya Joshi.

 

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Art and Art History Courses

ReSt / Art-Arch 3802 Sacred Shrines and Holy Places M-W---- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

Ayurveda Courses

ReSt 223 [U66] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food ---T--- 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2003]

Anthro 333 Culture and Health -T-T--- 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
(Prof.
Edward Montgomery) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

Civilization Courses

History 2xx South Asian Civilizations [Staff] [To be taught in Summer 2004,
in Bijaipur, India, in the new
Washington University Summer in India Program]

JNE 210C (Q) Introduction to Islamic Civilization M-W-F-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 223 [U66] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food [Indian Food and Civilization]
---T--- 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2003]

Hindi 225BQ, Introduction to Indic Culture and Civilization [Prof. Naseem Hines]
[Taught Spring 1999]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff) [Every Spring]

ReSt 250F (Q) [U66] Hinduism: An Introduction -T-T--- 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
(Section A: -T----- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Section B: ---T--- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 1997-2003]

Anthro 312C, Ancient Civs of Old World: Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China

History/JNE 314CQ (IS 314C, Med-Ren 315CQ), Islamic History, 1200-1800

Comparative Courses

PolSci 102B Comparative Politics M-W---- 9:00 AM -10:00 AM
(Prof.
Sunita Parikh) [Spring 1999, Autumn 2003]

ReSt 1150 Introduction to the World's Religions MTWTF--11:00 AM -12:45 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Summer 2003]

ReSt 234F (Chinese 234FQ, East Asia 234, IS 234F, Japan 234F), Introduction to Asian Religions

ReSt 338F (EastAsia 336F), Pilgrims and Pilgrimages: India, China, and Japan

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2001, 2003]

CompLit / JNE 355C (Q) The Flowering of Islamic Literature 500-1200
---T--- 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof.
Nargis Virani) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 376F (Q) Sufism: God's Friends in Islam M-W---- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt / Art-Arch 3802 Sacred Shrines and Holy Places M-W---- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 3901 Lyrics of Mystical Love, East and West -T-T--- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Fatemeh Keshavarz) [Autumn 2003]

English / CompLit 4283 Nationalism and Public Fantasy in Bollywood Cinema
(
Prof. Priya Joshi) [Spring 2003]

ReSt 470 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies: Fundamentalisms East and West
(Prof
Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2002]

ReSt 470 / CompLit 4705 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies:Middle-Earth and Bharata-Varsha
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2003]

ReSt / IA 478 [U 85] Religion and Violence -T----- 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

Dance Courses

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 1)
--W--F-- 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund) [Autumn 2003]

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 2)
-T-T--- 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund) [Autumn 2003]

U31 DANCE 234 Classical Dances of India --M----4:00 - 5:45 PM;
--W----5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (Prof.
Asha Prem) [Autumn 2003]

U24 312 Music, Ancient Techniques for Singing for All with Yogic Philosophy

U31 DANCE 335 Bharata Natyam as Movement Narrative
M------6:15 PM - 7:45 PM (Prof.
Asha Prem) [Autumn 2003]

U31 DANCE 435 Classical Indian Dance Repertory ---T--- 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
(Prof.
Asha Prem) [Autumn 2003]

 

Ethnography Courses

ReSt / Anthro / Hist 251F Religious Minorities of South Asia (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2000, 2002]

Anthro 3051 (Q) Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalayas M-W----1:00 PM-2:30 PM
(Prof.
Geoff Childs) [Autumn 2003]

AMCS 307 (PolSci 3061), South Asian Diaspora: Immigration and Integration in Urban America

Anthro/IS 3371, Aspects of Indian Society: Myth and Reality

Film and Video Studies

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2001, 2003]

ReSt 470 / CompLit 4705 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies:Middle-Earth and Bharata-Varsha
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2003]

English / CompLit 4283 Nationalism and Public Fantasy in Bollywood Cinema
(
Prof. Priya Joshi) [Spring 2003]

History and Ethnohistory Courses

JNE 210C (Q) Introduction to Islamic Civilization M-W-F-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

PolSci 226 / AMCS 202 (P) The Immigrant Experience -T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM
(Prof.
Sunita Parikh) [Autumn 2001, 2003]

ReSt / Anthro / Hist 251F Religious Minorities of South Asia (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2000, 2002]

History 2902: Gandhi, Non-Violence & Indian Nationalism (Freshman Seminar)
(
Prof. Satadru Sen) [Spring 2002]

History 301 (sophomore tutorial): The Imperial Mirror - Indians and the British in Each Other's Eyes
(
Prof. Satadru Sen) [Autumn 2002]

Anthro 3051 (Q) Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalayas M-W----1:00 PM-2:30 PM
(Prof.
Geoff Childs) [Autumn 2003]

AMCS 307 (PolSci 3061), South Asian Diaspora: Immigration and Integration in Urban America

Anthro 312C, Ancient Civs of Old World: Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China

History/JNE 314CQ (IS 314C, Med-Ren 315CQ), Islamic History, 1200-1800

History 3191 (Q) History of South Asia to the Eve of Modernization
-T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen ) [Autumn 2001, 2002, 2003]

History 3192: Modern South Asia (Prof. Satadru Sen) [Spring 2002]

Anthro/IS 3371, Aspects of Indian Society: Myth and Reality

ReSt 340C (STA 3400), Hindu Reformations [Prof. Diane Mines]

Anthro 3411 (STA 330), Methods and Reasoning in the Social Sciences II: Gandhi's India and Nonviolent Resistance

Anthro/IS 377, Peoples and Cultures in South Asia

History 4153: Society and Politics in British India (Prof. Satadru Sen) [posted in February, 2002]

History 4154: Post-Colonial South Asia: Nations, Cultures, Identities
(
Prof. Satadru Sen) [Spring 2003]

History 4973 Advanced Seminar: Criminals, Lunatics, Rebels and Colonialism
--W---- 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen) [Autumn 2001, 2003]

Language Courses

Hindi / JNE 111D Beginning Hindi I (Section 1) MTWTF--11:00 AM -12:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Autumn 2002, 2003]

Hindi / JNE 111D Beginning Hindi I (Section 2) MTWTF--12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Autumn 2002, 2003]

Hindi 112D Beginning Hindi II (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Spring 2003]

Hindi 122 Beginning Hindi for Heritage Speakers II (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Spring 2003]

Hindi 201 / JNE 2011D Intermediate Hindi I MTWTF-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Autumn 2003]

Hindi 202D, Intermediate Hindi II

Hindi 229 Undergraduate Independent Study (Prof. Sthaneshwar Timalsina )
[Tutorial course on Indian Philosophy] [Spring 2003]

Hindi 299 Undergraduate Independent Study TBA 12:00 AM -12:00 AM
(Prof.
Sthaneshwar Timalsina ) [Autumn 2002, 2003]
[Including tutorial course, "Introduction to Sanskrit"]

JNE 116D (Q) Beginning Persian I MTWTF-- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Prof. Fayaz) [Autumn 2003]

Pers 117DQ, Beginning Persian II

JNE 216D Intermediate Persian I MTWTF-- 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 316 Advanced Persian I M-W-F-- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 457Topics in Modern Persian Literature TBA 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 4972 Guided Readings in Persian (Section 1) TBA 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Staff) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 4972 Guided Readings in Persian (Section 2) TBA 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

Literature and Mythology Courses

E Lit 217 Literature of the Indian Sub-Continent
-T-T--- 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof. Joan Brockmann) [Autumn 2003]

AMCS 217 (E Lit 216), Topics in Asian-American Literature:
The Negotiation of Identity and Culture

ReSt 252 [UC] Hindu and Jain Mythology (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Summer 2001]

Hindi 350, Introduction to South Asian Literature in Translation:
The Modern Hindi/Urdu Short Story [
Prof. Naseem Hines]

CompLit / JNE 355C (Q) The Flowering of Islamic Literature 500-1200
---T--- 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Prof.
Nargis Virani) [Autumn 2003]

JNE 457Topics in Modern Persian Literature TBA 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
(Profs.
Keshavarz-Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 470 / CompLit 4705 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies:
Middle-Earth and Bharata-Varsha (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2003]

Medical Humanities Courses

ReSt 223 [U66] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food ---T--- 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2003]

Anthro 333 Culture and Health -T-T--- 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
(Prof.
Edward Montgomery) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2001, 2003]

History 4973 Advanced Seminar: Criminals, Lunatics, Rebels and Colonialism
--W---- 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen) [Autumn 2003]

Music Courses

U24 MUS 3110 (Q) Introduction to Indian Music -TW---- 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
(Prof.
Imrat Khan) [Autumn 2003]

U24 312 Music, Ancient Techniques for Singing for All with Yogic Philosophy

Politically Oriented Courses

PolSci 226 / AMCS 202 (P) The Immigrant Experience -T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM
(Prof.
Sunita Parikh) [Autumn 2003]

PolSci 102B Comparative Politics M-W---- 9:00 AM -10:00 AM
(Prof.
Sunita Parikh) [Spring 1999, Autumn 2003]

History 2902: Gandhi, Non-Violence & Indian Nationalism (Freshman Seminar)
(
Prof. Satadru Sen) [Spring 2002]

PoliSci /IS 3292 Topics in Politics: Introduction to South Asian Politics
[
Prof. Sunita Parikh]

PoliSci L32-3292 Modern South Asian Politics (Prof. Sunita Parikh)
[Fall 1997]

PoliSci 3293 Modern South Asian Politics (Prof. Sunita Parikh) [Autumn 2002]

ReSt 339 (STA 3391), Religious Conflict in South Asia [Prof. Diane Mines]

ReSt 340C (STA 3400), Hindu Reformations [Prof. Diane Mines]

Anthro 3411 (STA 330), Methods and Reasoning in the Social Sciences II:
Gandhi's India and Nonviolent Resistance

ReSt / IA 478 [U 85] Religion and Violence -T----- 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

History 4154: Post-Colonial South Asia: Nations, Cultures, Identities
(
Prof. Satadru Sen) [Spring 2003]

ReSt 470 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies: Fundamentalisms East and West
(Prof
Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2002]

History 4973 Advanced Seminar: Criminals, Lunatics, Rebels and Colonialism
--W---- 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Prof.
Satadru Sen) [Autumn 2003]

Popular Culture Courses

ReSt 223 [UC] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Summer 2001, Autumn 2002, 2003]

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3393 Miracles, Marvels, and Magic (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2001, 2003]

ReSt 470 / CompLit 4705 [UC] Topics in Religious Studies:Middle-Earth and Bharata-Varsha
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Spring 2003]

English / CompLit 4283 Nationalism and Public Fantasy in Bollywood Cinema
(
Prof. Priya Joshi) [Spring 2003]

South Asian American Studies Courses

AMCS 217 (E Lit 216), Topics in Asian-American Literature:
The Negotiation of Identity and Culture

PolSci 226 / AMCS 202 (P) The Immigrant Experience -T-T--- 11:30 AM -1:00 PM
(Prof.
Sunita Parikh) [Autumn 2001, 2003]

AMCS 307 (PolSci 3061), South Asian Diaspora: Immigration and Integration in Urban America

Tantra Courses

ReSt 223 [UC] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Summer 2001, Autumn 2002, 2003]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff) [Every Spring]

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

Theological and Philosophical Courses

ReSt 1150 Introduction to the World's Religions MTWTF--11:00 AM -12:45 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Summer 2003]

ReSt 245 Introduction to Buddhism (Prof. Beata Grant, or staff) [Every Spring]

ReSt 250F (Q) [U66] Hinduism: An Introduction -T-T--- 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
(Section A: -T----- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Section B: ---T--- 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM)
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 1997-2003]

ReSt 3391 Karma and Rebirth (Prof. Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

JNE 376F (Q) Sufism: God's Friends in Islam M-W---- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

ReSt 3394 Topics in South Asian Religions: Veda and Vedanta
-T-T--- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM (Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2001, 2003]

ReSt / Art-Arch 3802 Sacred Shrines and Holy Places M-W---- 10:00 AM -11:30 AM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

RelSt 381 [U66] Major Figures in Christian Thought: Women Theologists [Professor Frank Flinn]
[Last taught
Autumn 2002, University College]

ReSt 390 / JNE 3901 Lyrics of Mystical Love, East and West -T-T--- 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
(Prof.
Fatemeh Keshavarz) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt / IA 478 [U 85] Religion and Violence -T----- 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Prof.
Frank Flinn) [Autumn 2003]

 

Yoga Courses

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 1)
--W--F-- 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund) [Autumn 2003]

U31 DANCE 120 Yoga and Relaxation Techniques (Section 2)
-T-T--- 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM (Prof.
Mary Ann Rund) [Autumn 2003]

ReSt 223 [UC] Hindu Medicine and Indian Food
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Summer 2001, Autumn 2002, 2003]

U31 234 Dance, Classical Dances of India

U24 312 Music, Ancient Techniques for Singing for All with Yogic Philosophy

ReSt 3392 [339F] / IS 339F Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions
(Prof.
Jerome Bauer) [Autumn 2000, 2002]

 

 


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