Students who are candidates for the Ph.D. degree in another department or program may obtain an interdisciplinary minor in East Asian studies by earning a minimum of 12 credits in East Asian area studies. The credits must be earned in at least three departments other than the major department.

Courses

Interdisciplinary courses may be taken from many departments. Courses must contain a minimum of 25 percent East Asian content. For a more complete and up to date listing of currently available courses, please contact East Asian Studies. UW–Madison Graduate School regulations concerning the use of cross-listed courses as part of the minor are to be observed when selecting courses. Because the instructors and contents of a course may change over time, please consult the East Asian studies student advisor for confirmation on whether a course may count for a doctoral minor.

Agricultural and Applied Economics
A A E/​INTL ST  374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy3
A A E/​ECON  474 Economic Problems of Developing Areas3
Anthropology
ANTHRO 300 Cultural Anthropology: Theory and Ethnography3
ANTHRO 330 Topics in Ethnology3-4
ANTHRO 357 Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan3
ANTHRO 358 Anthropology of China3
ANTHRO 490 Undergraduate Seminar3
ANTHRO 940 Seminar-Problems in Cultural Anthropology3
Art History
ART HIST 307 Early Chinese Art: From Antiquity to the Tenth Century3
ART HIST 308 Later Chinese Art: From the Tenth Century to the Present3
ART HIST 371 Chinese Painting3-4
ART HIST 372 Arts of Japan3-4
ART HIST 375 Later Japanese Painting and Woodblock Prints3-4
ART HIST 411 Topics in Asian Art3-4
ART HIST 475 Japanese Ceramics and Allied Arts3
ART HIST/​RELIG ST  478 Art and Religious Practice in Medieval Japan3
ART HIST 575 Proseminar in Japanese Art3
ART HIST 576 Proseminar in Chinese Art3
ART HIST 875 Seminar in Japanese Art3
ART HIST 876 Seminar in Chinese Art3
Asian Languages and Cultures
All upper-level/graduate-level courses on East Asia offered by the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures may be taken as part of the East Asian studies Ph.D. minor 1
Communication Arts
COM ARTS 458 Global Media Cultures3
Comparative Literature
COMP LIT 775 Literature and Related Disciplines3
Curriculum and Instruction
CURRIC 564 Advanced Problems on the Teaching of World Languages3
Dance
DANCE 560 Current Topics in Dance: Workshop3
East Asian Studies
E A STDS/​E ASIAN  300 Humanities Topics in East Asian Studies3
E A STDS 301 Social Studies Topics in East Asian Studies3
E A STDS 698 Directed Study1-3
E A STDS 699 Directed Study2-3
Economics
ECON 364 Survey of International Economics4
ECON 464 International Trade and Finance3
ECON 467 International Industrial Organizations3
ECON 475 Economics of Growth4
History
HISTORY 332 Islam Reform and Revolution in Central Asia3-4
HISTORY 336 Chinese Economic and Business History: From Silk to iPhones3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  337 Social and Intellectual History of China, 589 AD-19193-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  341 History of Modern China, 1800-19493-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  342 History of the Peoples Republic of China, 1949 to the Present3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  454 Samurai: History and Image3-4
HISTORY/​E A STDS  456 Pearl Harbor & Hiroshima: Japan, the US & The Crisis in Asia3-4
HISTORY 600 Advanced Seminar in History3
HISTORY 725 Seminar in East Asian History3
HISTORY 753 Seminar-Comparative World History3
HISTORY 854 Seminar in Modern Chinese History3
HISTORY 855 Seminar in Japanese History3
International Business
INTL BUS/​M H R  403 Global Issues in Management3
INTL BUS/​MARKETNG  420 Global Marketing Strategy3
INTL BUS/​REAL EST  430 International Real Estate3
INTL BUS/​FINANCE  445 Multinational Business Finance3
INTL BUS/​FINANCE  745 Multinational Business Finance3
INTL BUS/​REAL EST  730 International Real Estate3
INTL BUS/​OTM  755 International Operations: Problems and Administration3
Journalism and Mass Communication
JOURN 621 Mass Communication in Developing Nations4
Languages and Cultures of Asia
All upper-level/graduate-level courses concerned with the languages, cultures and religions of China, Japan, Korea, Tibet, or Chinese ethnic minorities offered by the Department of Languages and Cultures of Asia may be taken as part of the East Asian Studies Ph.D. minor 2
Law
LAW 872 Legal Issues Involving North America and East Asia2
LAW 940 Law and Contemporary Problems (The State in Economic Development)2
LAW 940 Law and Contemporary Problems (Chinese Law)2
LAW 953 Selected Problems in Business Organization-Seminar1
Literature in Translation
LITTRANS 368 Modern Japanese Fiction3
LITTRANS 372 Classical Japanese Prose in Translation3
LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature3
Music
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  515 Proseminar in Ethnomusicology3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  915 Seminar in Ethnomusicology3
Political Science
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the World Economy3-4
POLI SCI 313 Bargaining in the Global Economy3
POLI SCI 346 China in World Politics3-4
POLI SCI 421 The Challenge of Democratization3-4
POLI SCI 640 Politics of Japan3-4
POLI SCI 324 Political Power in Contemporary China3-4
POLI SCI 654 Politics of Revolution3-4
POLI SCI 601 Proseminar: Topics in Political Science3
Public Affairs
PUB AFFR 857 Political Economy of Corruption and Good Governance3
Religious Studies
Numerous East Asia–related religious studies courses are available. See cross-listings under East Asian Languages and Literature and Languages and Cultures of Asia
Sociology
SOC 496 Topics in Sociology3
SOC 918 Seminar in Comparative Sociology of Contemporary Capitalism3
Theatre and Drama (Asian Theatre)
THEATRE/​FOLKLORE  326 Introduction to Asian Performance3
THEATRE 351 Fundamentals of Asian Stage Discipline3
THEATRE 526 The Theatres of China and Japan3
THEATRE 911 Seminar-Problems in Theatre and Drama3
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See course listings for Asian Languages and Cultures; please note that these courses may continue to be listed under East Asian Languages and Literature. Students interested in the courses offered under Asian Languages and Cultures should be aware that the course numbers for these courses may be changed by the academic year 2016-2017. Students are, therefore, encouraged to contact the Center for East Asian Studies or the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures for clarification.

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See course listings for Languages and Cultures of Asia.

Faculty: Professors Davis (Engineering Professional Development), Dong (Design Studies/SOHE), Dunne (Asian Languages and Cultures), Furumoto (Theater and Drama), Kern (Asian Languages and Cultures), Li (Linguistics), McGloin (Asian Languages and Cultures), Mori (Asian Languages and Cultures), Nienhauser (Asian Languages and Cultures), Ohnesorge (Law), Ohnuki-Tierney (Anthropology), Pan (Communication Arts), Phillips (Art History), Sidel (Law), Ridgely (director) (Asian Languages and Cultures), Young (History), Zhou (Anthropology); Associate Professors Cheng (History), Dennis (History), D'Etcheverry (Asian Languages and Cultures), Geyer (Asian Languages and Cultures), Huang (Asian Languages and Cultures), Huntington (Asian Languages and Cultures), Meulenbeld (Asian Languages and Cultures), Miyamoto (Psychology), Raymo (Sociology), Shi (Agricultural and Applied Economics), Thal (History), Zhang (Asian Languages and Cultures); Assistant Professors Chan (History), Choy (Dance/Education), Fan (Theater and Drama), Kim (History), Kinzley (History), Li (Art History), Lim (Asian Languages and Cultures), Murthy (History), Yang (Asian Languages and Cultures), Zhu (Asian Languages and Cultures)