Laura Quinney, Brandeis University, Prof. The conference will be an invitation to look at Romantic meditations on the course of human life, from the poetics of infancy and coming of age, to the literature of maturity. Shelleyor awaiting an apocalyptic revelation at the end of time, Romanticism offers a meditation on history, reflecting on the burdens of the past and on the disruptions of time in revolutions. That strain between reminiscence and prophecy also manifests itself in the multiple temporalities of Romantic fiction and performance.
Rupprecht, MA, PhD Introduction The Department of East Asian Studies offers students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the history, cultures, and languages of premodern, modern, and contemporary East Asia. We offer a full range of courses on East Asian literature, history, thought, religion, and society, as well as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language courses from beginning to advanced levels.
In a time of globalization, a degree in East Asian Studies can be an excellent springboard from which to launch a career in fields where bilingualism, critical analytical skills, and in-depth knowledge of the socio-historical and cultural contexts of East Asian texts and ideas are essential.
Our Major and Specialist programs build the foundation for careers in teaching and research, international business and law, foreign service, and cultural institutions. Students seeking counseling should contact the Undergraduate Coordinator, but all members of the Department will be happy to provide advice and information about their course offerings.
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The Major requires 7. Both the Major and Specialist programs require a level of proficiency in an East Asian language: The department reserves the right to place students in language courses appropriate to their language abilities. East Asian Studies Specialist Completion of the program requires EASH1highly recommended to be taken in the second year; 3.
At least third-year proficiency in Chinese, Korean or Japanese, either by completing an appropriate language course e. Students whose placement assessment exempts them from the requirement must substitute Society-Culture courses or courses in one of the other languages offered; 4.
A minimum of 5. Additional EAS courses to a total of East Asian Studies Major Completion of the program requires 7. At least second-year proficiency in Chinese, Korean or Japanese, either by completing an appropriate language course e. A minimum of 3.
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