2007-2008 Courses

10100. First-Year Bangla (Bengali) I.
First-Year Bangla (Bengali) I. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. The basic grammar of Bangla is presented in this coruse. Students are expected to be able to read simple graded texts and to speak at a "low-intermediate"" level by the end of Spring Quarter. Aut" Mandira Bhaduri, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Bangla-2.
First-Year Bangla (Bengali) II. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. The basic grammar of Bangla is presented in this coruse. Students are expected to be able to read simple graded texts and to speak at a "low-intermediate"" level by the end of Spring Quarter. Au" Mandira Bhaduri, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Bangla-3.
First-Year Bangla (Bengali) III. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. The basic grammar of Bangla is presented in this coruse. Students are expected to be able to read simple graded texts and to speak at a "low-intermediate"" level by the end of Spring Quarter. A" Mandira Bhaduri, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Bangla-1.
Second-Year Bangla (Bengali) I. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. Selected texts from modern Bangla prose and poetry are read in class. Students are expected to be able to read, with the aid of a dictionary, modern Bengali literature and to speak at a "high-in" Mandira Bhaduri, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Bangla-2.
Second-Year Bangla (Bengali) II. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. Selected texts from modern Bangla prose and poetry are read in class. Students are expected to be able to read, with the aid of a dictionary, modern Bengali literature and to speak at a "high-i" Mandira Bhaduri, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Bangla-3.
Second-Year Bangla (Bengali) III. PQ: BANG 10300 or equivalent. Selected texts from modern Bangla prose and poetry are read in class. Students are expected to be able to read, with the aid of a dictionary, modern Bengali literature and to speak at a "high-" Mandira Bhaduri, Spring 2008.

47900. Rdgs: Advanced Bangla.
Rdgs: Advanced Bangla Mandira Bhaduri, Autumn 2007.

48000. Advanced Additional Readings in Bangla-1.
Mandira Bhaduri, Autumn 2007.

48001. Advanced Additional Readings in Bangla-2.
Mandira Bhaduri, Winter 2008.

48002. Advanced Readings in Bangla.
Mandira Bhaduri, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Hindi-1.
NB: THIS COURSE MEETS FIVE HOURS PER WEEK. This year-long sequence will be an introduction to the lovely language of Hindi. The Devanagari script will be introduced immediately, and the Urdu script in the Spring. We will cover most major aspects of Hindi grammar, and, in the process, do quite a bit of reading, writing, and speaking. Students are expected to spend one hour per week in the Language Lab, and one hour in a drill section, both of which are mandatory and are in addition to the three hours of class time with the Instructor. Jason Grunebaum, Autumn 2007.

10100. First-Year Hindi-1.
NB: THIS COURSE MEETS FIVE HOURS PER WEEK. This year-long sequence will be an introduction to the lovely language of Hindi. The Devanagari script will be introduced immediately, and the Urdu script in the Spring. We will cover most major aspects of Hindi grammar, and, in the process, do quite a bit of reading, writing, and speaking. Students are expected to spend one hour per week in the Language Lab, and one hour in a drill section, both of which are mandatory and are in addition to the three hours of class time with the Instructor. Jason Grunebaum, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Hindi-2.
First-Year Hindi II. This course presents basic grammar of Hindi, the Nagari writing system, conversation practice, oral drill, written exercises, lab work, and simple reading. The Urdu writing system is introduced in the Spring Quarter. Autumn, Winter, S Jason Grunebaum, Winter 2008.

10200. First-Year Hindi-2.
First-Year Hindi II. This course presents basic grammar of Hindi, the Nagari writing system, conversation practice, oral drill, written exercises, lab work, and simple reading. The Urdu writing system is introduced in the Spring Quarter. Autumn, Winter, S Jason Grunebaum, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Hindi-3.
First-Year Hindi III. This course presents basic grammar of Hindi, the Nagari writing system, conversation practice, oral drill, written exercises, lab work, and simple reading. The Urdu writing system is introduced in the Spring Quarter. Autumn, Winter, Jason Grunebaum, Spring 2008.

10300. First-Year Hindi-3.
First-Year Hindi III. This course presents basic grammar of Hindi, the Nagari writing system, conversation practice, oral drill, written exercises, lab work, and simple reading. The Urdu writing system is introduced in the Spring Quarter. Autumn, Winter, Jason Grunebaum, Spring 2008.

10300. First-Year Hindi-3.
First-Year Hindi III. This course presents basic grammar of Hindi, the Nagari writing system, conversation practice, oral drill, written exercises, lab work, and simple reading. The Urdu writing system is introduced in the Spring Quarter. Autumn, Winter, Jason Grunebaum, Spring 2008.

15001. Hindi in Pune.
Sudhir Mathur**, Autumn 2007.

20100. Second-Year Hindi-1.
This is a continuation of first-year Hindi. Though readings, we will explore more advanced aspects of Hindi grammar, and continue to improve writing, speaking, and listening skills. Hajnalka Kovacs, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Hindi-2.
Second-Year Hindi II. PQ: HIND 10300 or equivalent. This intermediate Hindi course presupposes a knowledge of the basic grammar of Hindi and requires a fair amount of reading and translating Hindi prose, along with discussion of advanced topics in Hindi Hajnalka Kovacs, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Hindi-3.
Second-Year Hindi III. PQ: HIND 10300 or equivalent. This intermediate Hindi course presupposes a knowledge of the basic grammar of Hindi and requires a fair amount of reading and translating Hindi prose, along with discussion of advanced topics in Hindi g Hajnalka Kovacs, Spring 2008.

30100. Third-Year Hindi-1.
Third-Year Hindi-1 Jason Grunebaum, Autumn 2007.

30200. Third-Year Hindi-2.
Third-Year Hindi-2 Jason Grunebaum, Winter 2008.

30300. Third-Year Hindi-3.
Third-Year Hindi-3 Sean Pue, Spring 2008.

37901. Gods & Lovers: Devotional & Courtly Poetry in Braj Bhasha. (=SALC 37901)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Spring 2008.

40100. Fourth-Year Hindi-1. (=SALC 37901)
Fourth-Year Hindi-1 Jason Grunebaum, Autumn 2007.

40200. Fourth-Year Hindi-2. (=SALC 37901)
Fourth-Year Hindi-2 Jason Grunebaum, Winter 2008.

40300. Fourth-Year Hindi-3. (=SALC 37901)
Fourth-Year Hindi-3 Sean Pue, Spring 2008.

47900. Rdgs: Advanced Hindi. (=SALC 37901)
Rdgs: Advanced Hindi Valerie Lynn Ritter, Autumn 2007.

47901. Readings in Advanced Hindi-2. (=SALC 37901)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Winter 2008.

47902. Readings: Advanced Hindi -3. (=SALC 37901)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Malayalam - 1. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Malayalam-2. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Malayalam-3. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Malayalam - 1. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Malayalam-2. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Malayalam-3. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Spring 2008.

47902. Readings in Advanced Malayalam. (=SALC 37901)
Nisha Kommattam, Spring 2008.

10100. First -Year Marathi-1. (=SALC 37901)
First-Year Marathi, I. This course follows the newly developed textbook Marathi in Context in its focus on developing the basic skills (comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing) of Marathi language use. It covers all the fundamentals of Marathi gramma Philip Engblom, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Marathi-2. (=SALC 37901)
First-Year Marathi, II. This course follows the newly developed textbook Marathi in Context in its focus on developing the basic skills (comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing) of Marathi language use. It covers all the fundamentals of Marathi gramm Philip Engblom, Winter 2008.

10300. First Year Marathi-3. (=SALC 37901)
First-Year Marathi, III. This course follows the newly developed textbook Marathi in Context in its focus on developing the basic skills (comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing) of Marathi language use. It covers all the fundamentals of Marathi gram Philip Engblom, Spring 2008.

20100. Second Year Marathi-1. (=SALC 37901)
Second-Year Marathi, I. PQ: MARA 10300 or equivalent. This course significantly extends both the breadth and depth of the social and conversational situations introduced in the first year and includes numerous readings. It covers all the grammar required f Philip Engblom, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Marathi-2. (=SALC 37901)
Second-Year Marathi, II. PQ: MARA 10300 or equivalent. This course significantly extends both the breadth and depth of the social and conversational situations introduced in the first year and includes numerous readings. It covers all the grammar required Philip Engblom, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Marathi-3. (=SALC 37901)
Second-Year Marathi, III. PQ: MARA 10300 or equivalent. This course significantly extends both the breadth and depth of the social and conversational situations introduced in the first year and includes numerous readings. It covers all the grammar required Philip Engblom, Spring 2008.

20100. Intro To South Asian Civ-1. (=ANTH 24101, HIST 10800, SOSC 23000)
Introduction to the Civilization of South Asia I. (=ANTH 24101-24102, HIST 10800-10900, SASC 20000-20100, SOSC 23000-23100) PQ: Completion of the general education requirement in social sciences. Must be taken in sequence. This course fulfills the general Muzaffer Alam, Winter 2008.

20200. Intro To South Asian Civ-2. (=ANTH 24102, HIST 10900, SOSC 23100)
Intro To South Asian Civ-2 Rochona Majumdar, Spring 2008.

20400. Mahabharata in English Translation. (=FNDL 24400, HREL 35000, RLST 26800, SALC 48200)
The Mahabharata in English Translation. (=FNDL 24400, HREL 35000, RLST 26800) A reading of the Mahabharata in English translation (van Buitenen, Narasimhan, P. C. Roy, and Doniger), with special attention to issues of mythology, feminism, and theodicy. Wi Wendy Doniger, Spring 2008.

20504. Cinematic Exchange in Indian Film. (=ENGL 28105, CMST 24104)
Bulbul Tiwari, Autumn 2007.

20504. Cinematic Exchange in Indian Film. (=ENGL 28105, CMST 24104)
Bulbul Tiwari, Autumn 2007.

20601. Pakistan: A Failed State?. (=HIST 26902, PLSC 20415)
Atiya Khan, Autumn 2007.

20702. Colonizations 3. (=CRPC 24003, HIST 18303, ANTH 24003, SOSC 24003)
Dipesh Chakrabarty, Spring 2008.

20702. Colonizations 3. (=CRPC 24003, HIST 18303, ANTH 24003, SOSC 24003)
Hussein Agrama, Spring 2008.

22900. Performance and Politics in India. (=ANTH 22910, ANTH 42900)
William Mazzarella, Spring 2008.

23002. Gender and Literature in South Asia. (=GNDR 23001, GNDR 33001, CMLT 23500, SALC 33002)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Spring 2008.

23100. Liberalism & Feminisn in India: A Historical Survey. (=GNDR 22100, HIST 26603, SALC 33100)
Rochona Majumdar, Winter 2008.

25901. Mythologies of Transvestism & Transexuality. (=GNDR 40800, RLST 27400, GNDR 29300, SALC 35901, HREL 40800, SCTH 35610)
Wendy Doniger, Spring 2008.

27001. Intro to Balochi. (=SALC 37001, LGLN 25800, LGLN 35800)
Imagng Pakistan: Islam Reviv Elena Bashir, Autumn 2007.

27301. Buddhism in South Asia. (=RLST 27302)
Christian Wedemeyer, Autumn 2007.

30402. Hinduisim: An Alternative Narrative. (=RLST 27402, HREL 35401)
Wendy Doniger, Winter 2008.

31200. Science & Society in 19th Century India. (=SALC 41200, HIST 46901)
David Arnold, Spring 2008.

33002. Gender and Literature in South Asia. (=GNDR 23001, GNDR 33001, CMLT 23500, SALC 23002)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Spring 2008.

33100. Liberalism & Feminisn in India: A Historical Survey. (=GNDR 22100, HIST 26603, SALC 23100)
Rochona Majumdar, Winter 2008.

35901. Mythologies of Transvestism & Transexuality. (=GNDR 40800, RLST 27400, GNDR 29300, SALC 25901, HREL 40800, SCTH 35610)
Wendy Doniger, Spring 2008.

37001. Intro to Balochi. (=SALC 27001, LGLN 25800, LGLN 35800)
Elena Bashir, Autumn 2007.

37100. Intro to the Paninian Grammar. (=SALC 47100)
An introduction to the terminology and techniques of the most influential system of traditional Sanskrit grammar. Readings will be in Sanskrit and will consist of selections from the principal commentaries on the sutras of Panini, the grammarian whose description of the language is usually considered the most authoritative codification of classical Sanskrit. Staff Staff, Winter 2008.

37901. Gods & Lovers: Devotional & Courtly Poetry in Braj Bhasha`. (=HIND 37901)
Valerie Lynn Ritter, Spring 2008.

41200. Science & Society in 19th Century India. (=SALC 31200, HIST 46901)
David Arnold, Spring 2008.

42501. Many Ramayanas. (=SCTH 40701, HREL 42501)
Wendy Doniger, Winter 2008.

42800. Madhyamaka. (=DVPR 42800)
Daniel Arnold, Winter 2008.

46100. The Ethnography of Lived Religion: Animism, Polythesim, Humanity. (=HREL 46300)
This course looks at pre-modern and modern material from South and Southeast Asia, Europe, and the US. It starts from the suggestion that ‘if one proceeds from pure experience, one arrives at polytheism’ (James Mill via Weber), and reads ethnographic, historical and analytical studies in this area, without metaphysical or theological evaluation. It investigates issues of interaction with supernatural beings (spirits, gods and especially goddesses), possession, identity, performativity (the uses and limits of theatrical language), etc. as forms of human social life. There will be two seminar meetings each week, and one film viewing. Steven Collins, Winter 2008.

47100. Intro to the Paninian Grammar. (=SALC 37100)
An introduction to the terminology and techniques of the most influential system of traditional Sanskrit grammar. Readings will be in Sanskrit and will consist of selections from the principal commentaries on the sutras of Panini, the grammarian whose description of the language is usually considered the most authoritative codification of classical Sanskrit. Staff Staff, Winter 2008.

48200. Mahabharata in English Translation. (=FNDL 24400, HREL 35000, RLST 26800, SALC 20400)
The Mahabharata in English Translation. (=FNDL 24400, HREL 35000, RLST 26800) A reading of the Mahabharata in English translation (van Buitenen, Narasimhan, P. C. Roy, and Doniger), with special attention to issues of mythology, feminism, and theodicy. Wi Wendy Doniger, Spring 2008.

48500. Rdgs: Buddhist Philosophical Tests. (=DVPR 48900, HREL 48900)
Matthew Kapstein, Spring 2008.

49401. Caste in Indian History. (=HIST 62101)
Dipesh Chakrabarty, Spring 2008.

50401. Postcolonial Theory and Beyond. (=HIST 61801, ENGL 66701)
Dipesh Chakrabarty, Winter 2008.

50401. Postcolonial Theory and Beyond. (=HIST 61801, ENGL 66701)
Leela Gandhi, Winter 2008.

50500. Readings in Tibetan Religious Literature. (=HREL 52500)
Christian Wedemeyer, Winter 2008.

60100. Teaching South Asia. (=HREL 52500)
Teaching South Asia Steven Collins, Autumn 2007.

10100. First-Year Sanskrit-1. (=HIST 82800)
First-Year Sanskrit I. The first half (about fifteen weeks) of the sequence is spent mastering the reading and writing of the Devanagari script and studying the grammar of the classical Sanskrit language. The remainder of the sequence is devoted to close a Blake Wentworth, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Sanskrit-2. (=HIST 82800)
First-Year Sanskrit II. The first half (about fifteen weeks) of the sequence is spent mastering the reading and writing of the Devanagari script and studying the grammar of the classical Sanskrit language. The remainder of the sequence is devoted to close Blake Wentworth, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Sanskrit-3. (=HIST 82800)
First-Year Sanskrit III. The first half (about fifteen weeks) of the sequence is spent mastering the reading and writing of the Devanagari script and studying the grammar of the classical Sanskrit language. The remainder of the sequence is devoted to close Blake Wentworth, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Sanskrit-1. (=HIST 82800)
Second-Year Sanskrit I. (SALC 20200=SALC 48400, HREL 36000) PQ: SANS 10300 or equivalent. This course begins with a rapid review and consolidation of grammar learned in the introductory course. Reading selections introduce major Sanskrit genres, including Blake Wentworth, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Sanskrit-2. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Sanskrit II. (SALC 20200=SALC 48400, HREL 36000) PQ: SANS 10300 or equivalent. This course begins with a rapid review and consolidation of grammar learned in the introductory course. Reading selections introduce major Sanskrit genres, including Blake Wentworth, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Sanskrit-3. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Sanskrit III. (SALC 20200=SALC 48400, HREL 36000) PQ: SANS 10300 or equivalent. This course begins with a rapid review and consolidation of grammar learned in the introductory course. Reading selections introduce major Sanskrit genres, includin Blake Wentworth, Spring 2008.

30100. Third-Year Sanskrit-1. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Sanskrit-1 Gary Tubb, Autumn 2007.

30200. Third-Year Sanskrit-2. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Sanskrit-2 Gary Tubb, Winter 2008.

30300. Third-Year Sanskrit-3. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Sanskrit-3 Daniel Arnold, Spring 2008.

40100. Fourth-Year Sanskrit-1. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Sanskrit-1 Gary Tubb, Autumn 2007.

40200. Fourth-Year Sanskrit-2. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Sanskrit-2 Gary Tubb, Winter 2008.

40300. Fourth-Year Sanskrit-3. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Sanskrit-3 Daniel Arnold, Spring 2008.

47900. Rdgs: Advanced Sanskrit. (=HREL 36001)
Rdgs: Advanced Sanskrit Gary Tubb, Autumn 2007.

47901. Advanced Readings in Sanskrit-2. (=HREL 36001)
Gary Tubb, Winter 2008.

47902. Readings: Advanced Sanskrit-3. (=HREL 36001)
Daniel Arnold, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Tamil-1. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tamil I. The grammar of modern Tamil and a large amount of basic vocabulary are acquired through emphasis on both the reading and aural comprehension of graded texts (largely tales, myths, and fictional and historical anecdotes) that provide con James Lindholm, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Tamil-2. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tamil II. The grammar of modern Tamil and a large amount of basic vocabulary are acquired through emphasis on both the reading and aural comprehension of graded texts (largely tales, myths, and fictional and historical anecdotes) that provide co James Lindholm, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Tamil-3. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tamil III. The grammar of modern Tamil and a large amount of basic vocabulary are acquired through emphasis on both the reading and aural comprehension of graded texts (largely tales, myths, and fictional and historical anecdotes) that provide c James Lindholm, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Tamil-1. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tamil I. PQ: TAML 10300 or equivalent. Students engage in the following activities that collectively are designed to promote development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking proficiency: (1) use texts such as folktales, religious narrat James Lindholm, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Tamil-2. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tamil II. PQ: TAML 10300 or equivalent. Students engage in the following activities that collectively are designed to promote development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking proficiency: (1) use texts such as folktales, religious narra James Lindholm, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Tamil-3. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tamil III. PQ: TAML 10300 or equivalent. Students engage in the following activities that collectively are designed to promote development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking proficiency: (1) use texts such as folktales, religious narr James Lindholm, Spring 2008.

30100. Third-Year Tamil-1. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Tamil-1 Sascha Ebeling, Autumn 2007.

30200. Third-Year Tamil-2. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Tamil-2 Sascha Ebeling, Winter 2008.

30300. Third-Year Tamil-3. (=HREL 36001)
Third-Year Tamil-3 Sascha Ebeling, Spring 2008.

40100. Fourth-Year Tamil-1. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Tamil-1 Sascha Ebeling, Autumn 2007.

40200. Fourth-Year Tamil-2. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Tamil-2 Sascha Ebeling, Winter 2008.

40300. Fourth-Year Tamil-3. (=HREL 36001)
Fourth-Year Tamil-3 Sascha Ebeling, Spring 2008.

47900. Rdgs: Advanced Tamil. (=HREL 36001)
Rdgs: Advanced Tamil Sascha Ebeling, Autumn 2007.

47901. Advanced Readings in Tamil -2. (=HREL 36001)
Sascha Ebeling, Winter 2008.

47902. Readings: Advanced Tamil -3. (=HREL 36001)
Sascha Ebeling, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Tibetan-1. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tibetan I. The Tibetan language, with a history going back more than one thousand years, is one of Asia's major literary languages. At the present time, it is the first language of close to seven million people in the Tibetan regions of China, a Ngawang Jorden, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Tibetan-2. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tibetan II. The Tibetan language, with a history going back more than one thousand years, is one of Asia's major literary languages. At the present time, it is the first language of close to seven million people in the Tibetan regions of China, Ngawang Jorden, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Tibetan-3. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Tibetan III. The Tibetan language, with a history going back more than one thousand years, is one of Asia's major literary languages. At the present time, it is the first language of close to seven million people in the Tibetan regions of China, Ngawang Jorden, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Tibetan-1. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tibetan I. PQ: TBTN 10300 or equivalent, or consent of instructor. This intermediate course covers second-level pronunciation and grammar of the modern Lhasa dialect, and intermediate-level reading and speaking skills. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Ngawang Jorden, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Tibetan-2. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tibetan II. PQ: TBTN 10300 or equivalent, or consent of instructor. This intermediate course covers second-level pronunciation and grammar of the modern Lhasa dialect, and intermediate-level reading and speaking skills. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Ngawang Jorden, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Tibetan-3. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Tibetan III. PQ: TBTN 10300 or equivalent, or consent of instructor. This intermediate course covers second-level pronunciation and grammar of the modern Lhasa dialect, and intermediate-level reading and speaking skills. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Ngawang Jorden, Spring 2008.

47900. Advanced Reading in Tibetan. (=HREL 36001)
Ngawang Jorden, Autumn 2007.

47901. Readings: Advanced Tibetan-2. (=HREL 36001)
Ngawang Jorden, Winter 2008.

47902. Readings: Advanced Tibetan-3. (=HREL 36001)
Ngawang Jorden, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Telugu-1. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Telugu I. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Staff Staff, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Telugu-2. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Telugu II. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Parimi Ramanarasimham, Winter 2008.

10300. First Year Telugu-3. (=HREL 36001)
First-Year Telugu III. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Parimi Ramanarasimham, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Telugu-1. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Telugu I. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Staff Staff, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Telugu-2. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Telugu II. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Parimi Ramanarasimham, Winter 2008.

20300. Second Year Telugu-3. (=HREL 36001)
Second-Year Telugu III. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Parimi Ramanarasimham, Spring 2008.

47900. Advanced Readings in Telugu. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Parimi Ramanarasimham, Autumn 2007.

47901. Advanced Readings in Telugu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Parimi Ramanarasimham, Winter 2008.

47902. Advanced reading in Telugu. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Parimi Ramanarasimham, Spring 2008.

10100. First-Year Urdu-1. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
First-Year Urdu I. This three-quarter sequence presents the basic grammar and vocabulary of Urdu, a language spoken by thirty-five million people in South Asia and one of the official languages of Pakistan. The text used is C. M. Naim's Introductory Urdu a Elena Bashir, Autumn 2007.

10200. First-Year Urdu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
First-Year Urdu II. This three-quarter sequence presents the basic grammar and vocabulary of Urdu, a language spoken by thirty-five million people in South Asia and one of the official languages of Pakistan. The text used is C. M. Naim's Introductory Urdu Elena Bashir, Winter 2008.

10300. First-Year Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
First-Year Urdu III. This three-quarter sequence presents the basic grammar and vocabulary of Urdu, a language spoken by thirty-five million people in South Asia and one of the official languages of Pakistan. The text used is C. M. Naim's Introductory Urdu Elena Bashir, Spring 2008.

10300. First-Year Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
First-Year Urdu III. This three-quarter sequence presents the basic grammar and vocabulary of Urdu, a language spoken by thirty-five million people in South Asia and one of the official languages of Pakistan. The text used is C. M. Naim's Introductory Urdu Elena Bashir, Spring 2008.

20100. Second-Year Urdu-1. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Second-Year Urdu I. PQ: URDU 10300 or equivalent. This course is a continuation of URDU 10100-10200-10300. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Elena Bashir, Autumn 2007.

20200. Second-Year Urdu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Second-Year Urdu II. PQ: URDU 10300 or equivalent. This course is a continuation of URDU 10100-10200-10300. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Elena Bashir, Winter 2008.

20300. Second-Year Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Second-Year Urdu III. PQ: URDU 10300 or equivalent. This course is a continuation of URDU 10100-10200-10300. Autumn, Winter, Spring. Elena Bashir, Spring 2008.

30100. Third-Year Urdu-1. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Third-Year Urdu-1 Sean Pue, Autumn 2007.

30200. Third-Year Urdu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Third-Year Urdu-2 Muzaffer Alam, Winter 2008.

30300. Third-Year Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Third-Year Urdu-3 Choudhri M Naim, Spring 2008.

40100. Fourth Year Urdu-1. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Fourth Year Urdu-1 Sean Pue, Autumn 2007.

40200. Fourth-Year Urdu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Fourth-Year Urdu-2 Muzaffer Alam, Winter 2008.

40300. Fourth-Year Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Fourth-Year Urdu-3 Choudhri M Naim, Spring 2008.

47900. Rdgs: Advanced Urdu. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Rdgs: Advanced Urdu Sean Pue, Autumn 2007.

47901. Advanced Readings in Urdu-2. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Muzaffer Alam, Winter 2008.

47902. Readings: Advanced Urdu-3. (=ENGL 36511, SALC 36000)
Choudhri M Naim, Spring 2008.