EALC-E 232 China Past and Present: Culture in Continuing Evolution (3 cr.) Chinese culture and its modern transformations. Intellectual, artistic, and literary legacies of the Chinese people.
EALC-E 282 East Asian Calligraphy (3 cr.) A study of the historical development of East Asian calligraphy, its cultural and social contexts, aesthetical values, and basic calligraphy skills.
EALC-E 301 Chinese Language and Culture (3 cr.) The relationship of the Chinese language to Chinese culture and society.
EALC-E 331 Traditional Chinese Literature (3 cr.) An introduction to Chinese historical and religious writing, narrative prose, and lyrical poetry from roughly 1300 BCE to 1300 CE.
EALC-E 333 Studies in Chinese Cinema (3 cr.) Critical and historical perspectives on Chinese cinema from the 1930s to the 1990s, including Taiwan and Hong Kong.
EALC-E 334 Contemporary Chinese Cinema (3 cr.) Cultural and social perspectives on representative films from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan since the 80s.
EALC-E 335 Chinese Martial Arts Culture (3 cr.) Cultural and social perspectives on Chinese martial arts, their theoretical frameworks, and literary conventions of marital arts fictions.
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Culture (3-6 cr.) Selected issues and problems of importance to the understanding of East Asian culture, taught within one of the humanistic disciplines. May be repeated once for credit.
EALC-E 396 East Asian Culture and Civilization: The I Ching (3 cr.) Studying I Ching (i.e., Book of Changes) and its influence on East Asian thinking patterns, ancient philosophies, traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese written language, popular cultural behaviors, and architecture.
EALC-E 397 Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture (3 cr.) Introducing the unique perspective of traditional Chinese medicine on body, external influences, diagnoses, treatments, and health maintenance practices.