East Asian Studies [EAS courses]
The following timetable information is the most current information available. All courses and meeting sections added/changed since the preliminary summer timetable is listed below. Courses and meeting sections cancelled since the initial on-line version will be indicated on updated versions.
EAS language courses: Language courses offered in Summer 2015 are open enrolment. Students can enrol directly on SWS. Any student found with prior background or higher language competency that is inappropriate for enrolment in that course may be removed at any time.
KOREAN LANGUAGE EAS110Y1: This course is for students without prior background in the language. Students who are enrolled in the course and those who are registered for the waitlist must fill out and submit an online form before the first day of class: http://www.eas.utoronto.ca/languages/korean/. Interviews will be held on the first day of class. The instructor can remove students found to have prior knowledge of the language.
JAPANESE LANGUAGE EAS120Y1: This course is for students without prior background in the language. If you are unsure if the course is appropriate for you, please refer to the checklist available on our website (http://www.eas.utoronto.ca/languages/japanese/). Students who are enrolled in the course and those who are registered for the waitlist must fill out and submit an online form before the first day of class: http://www.eas.utoronto.ca/languages/japanese/. The instructor will assess students' proficiency level on the first day and reserves the right to remove those who are overqualified to take the course. After the first day of class, tutorial enrolment/changes can only be made by contacting the instructor.
Explanation on codes and Enrolment Indicators
|East Asian Studies [EAS courses]|
|EAS103H1||F||Premodern East Asia||L0101||Y||TR10-12||Tba||P||See Details|
|EAS105H1||S||Modern East Asia||L0101||Y||TR10-12||Tba||P||See Details|
|EAS110Y1||Y||Mod Std Korean I||L0101||Y||MW10-12:30||Tba|
|EAS120Y1||Y||Mod Std Japanese I||L0101||Y||MW10-12:30||Tba|
|EAS245H1||F||Premod Japan History||L5101||Y||TR6-8|
|EAS247H1||F||His of Cap Mod Japan||L0101||Y||TR12-2||K. Kawashima|
|EAS256H1||F||Chin Lit PreQin-Tang||L0101||Y||TR2-4||Tba|
|EAS257H1||S||Chin Lit Song-Qing||L5101||Y||TR6-8||Tba|
|EAS271H1||F||Mod Korean History||L0101||Y||MW12-2||Tba|
|EAS272H1||S||Postwar Kor Soc&Cul||L0101||Y||MW1-3||Tba|
|EAS273H1||S||Modern Chinese Cities||L0101||Y||TR1-3||Tba|
|EAS284H1||F||Modern Chinese Lit||L0101||Y||MW10-12||Tba|
|EAS327H1||F||Jap Fic & the Nation||L5101||Y||MW6-8||Tba|
|EAS394H1||F||Film Culture in Chi||L0101||Y||MW2-5||Tba|
|EAS496H1||F||Advanced Topics||L5101||Y||TR6-8||Tba||P||See Details|
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On-line date: March 16, 2015