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Anne Kinney

Professor
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Office location and address
1605 Jefferson Park Ave
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
CHTR 3010: Survey of Traditional Chinese Literature
Credits: 3
Introductory survey of Chinese literature from earliest times (first millennium BCE) through the Tang Dynasty in English translation, including major works from the genres of poetry and prose. The course familiarizes students with the Chinese literary canon and modes of reading, literary analysis and interpretation. CHTR3010/5010 is especially intended for undergraduate majors and graduate students in EALC.
CHTR 4010: Legendary Women in Early China
Credits: 3
Examines the biographies of female heroines and villains as found in the early Chinese text Tradition of Exemplary Women (ca. 18 B.C.). Students gain a familiarity with (a) the history of women in early China, (b) the evolving codes of behavior that shaped women's' culture for two millennia, and (c) the way in which the Chinese understand gender. Enhances an understanding of the function of role models in both ancient China and their own lives. Fulfills the non-Western perspectives requirement.
CHIN 4830: Introduction to Classical Chinese Prose
Credits: 3
Introduces the grammar and structure of classical Chinese prose. Requisite: Consent of Instructor
CHIN 4840: Introduction to Classical Chinese Poetry
Credits: 3
Introduces the grammar and structure of classical Chinese poetry. Requisite: Consent of Instructor
CHTR 4991: Chinese Capstone
Credits: 1
Restricted to Chinese majors, this course is designed as a capstone seminar that will require a class presentation and an extended final paper that demonstrate the significant knowledge of Chinese language.
CHIN 4993: Independent Study in Chinese
Credits: 1–3
Independent Study in Chinese.
EALC 4998: Distinguished Majors Senior Thesis I
Credits: 3
The first part of a two-semester sequence of tutorial work for students completing a Senior Thesis as part of the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Studies or East Asian Languages and Literatures. Prerequisites: Student must be enrolled in the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Languages and Literatures.
EALC 4999: Distinguished Majors Senior Thesis II
Credits: 3
The second part of a two-semester sequence of tutorial work for students completing a Senior Thesis as part of the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Languages and Literatures. Prerequisites: Student must be enrolled in the Distinguished Majors Program in East Asian Languages and Literatures and have already completed EALC 4998.
CHTR 5010: Survey of Traditional Chinese Literature
Credits: 3
Study of the literary heritage of China. Examines the major genres through selected readings of representative authors. Taught in English. Fulfills the non-Western perspectives requirement.