Academics/Major, Minor, Honors Program
Home
About the program
Academics
Major
Current list of AMES 40 substitutes.
Minor
Honors Program
Modified Major
AMES Courses
Seminars
Worksheets
Area concentrations
Study abroad
Faculty
FAQ
Possible Substitutes for AMES 40


    AMELL 17: Discourse, Culture and Identity in Asia and the Middle East. Glinert.

    AMELL 18: Language and Society in Asia and the Middle East. Glinert.

    Anthropology 19: Islam: An Anthropological Approach. Eickelman.

    Anthropology 45: Asian Medical Systems. Craig.

    Art History 66: The Camera in Nineteenth-Century Asia. Hockley.

    Art History 67: Contemporary Arts of Asia. Hockley.

    Geography 17: Geopolitics and Third World Development. Sneddon.

    Geography 26: Women, Gender, and Development. Fluri.

    Geography 41: Gender, Space, and Islam. Fluri.

    Government 20: Development in the Emerging Economies. Vandewalle.

    Government 25: Problems of Political Development: India, South Africa, and China. Sa'adah.

    History 5.4: The Rise of Asia. Yeo.

    History 6: Introduction to Global History Methods. Crossley.

    History 75: Colonialism, Development, and the Environment in Asia and Africa. Haynes.

    History 95: The Mongols. Crossley.

    Jewish Studies 27.4/COLT 64: Writing at the Extreme: Jewish and Japanese Responses to Crisis and Catastrophe.

    Music 4: Global Sounds. Levin.

    Religion 16/AMES 15: Modern Islam. Reinhart.

    Sociology 22: The Sociology of International Development. Parsa.

    Sociology 23: Social Movements. Parsa.

    Sociology 25: Democracy and Democratization in Developing Countries. Parsa.

    Theater 24: Asian Performance Traditions. Chin.


Administrator, Ann Fenton
Last Modified November 26, 2012