Select a course number from the sidebar.
- EA105: "Romance class" (officially "Core Romantic Values in East Asian Premodern Literature and Contemporary Film")
- EA109: "Tea class" (officially "History of the Culture of Tea in China and Japan")
- J7A: "Introduction to Premodern Japanese Literature and Culture"
- J7B: "Introduction to Modern Japanese Literature and Culture"
- J155: "Japanese short stories" (officially "Modern Japanese Literature")
- J159: "Oe class", one of the versions of "Contemporary Japanese Literature"
General comment for all courses
In most cases, students who try to enroll in my courses are first placed on a waitlist, even when there is considerable space still in the course. The exception: most Japanese majors are enrolled directly. If you are on the waitlist your best strategy is to attend class. You can try talking to me after that first class but whether or not you do, I recommend you also email me using the keyword "enrollmentissue" (no spaces used—see the sidebar for how to email me). I try to rapidly determine the final enrollment of a class and can probably give you a "sense" of your status after the first two or so sessions of the course. However, since I work with the department on this it can take up to two weeks to settle all issues. The order of filters used to make selections is: majors and minors in Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Asian Studies; then, intended majors and minors in Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Asian Studies (when that intention is very clear); then, individual considerations that I make which include but does not place as the first priority, the waitlist number.
Other headings on these pages:
- Is this course a good fit for you?
- Access to course details
- If waitlisted or unable to get onto a waitlist ...