Courses

Chinese 35: Introduction to Taiwan Literature

Description: Provides basic introduction to the historical background and major writers of Taiwan literature in its development since the 19th century. Topics: sociopolitical and cultural changes, literary trends and writing characteristics from the Japanese colonial period to the present.

 


 

Chinese 126A: Advanced Readings in Taiwan Literature

Description: A selection of texts in Chinese by representative authors; literature during the Japanese rule (1895-1945). Designed for advanced students to gain an overall view of achievements of major writers in different genres.

 


 

Chinese 138A:  Special Topics in Taiwan Studies - Humanities

Description: A selection of texts in Chinese by representative authors; literature during the Japanese rule (1895-1945). Designed for advanced students to gain an overall view of achievements of major writers in different genres.

 


 

Chinese 138B: Special Topics in Taiwan Studies - Social Science

Description: Special topics in Taiwan studies with respect to historical, economic, political, cultural, and social changes in Taiwan from the period of Japanese rule (1895-1945) to the present. Topics and readings will vary with instructors.

 


 

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