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The undergraduate minor in Hindi-Urdu consists of four courses.

Three courses are language courses beyond HNUR 203 (the first semester of Intermediate Hindi-Urdu), chosen from among the following:

HNUR 204: Intermediate Hindi-Urdu II
HNUR 305: Advanced Hindi-Urdu I
HNUR 306: Advanced Hindi-Urdu II
HNUR 407: South Asian Society and Culture
HNUR 408: South Asian Media and Film
HNUR 409: Sex and Social Justice in South Asia
HNUR 410: Seminar on the Urdu-Hindi Ghazal
HNUR 411: Health and Medicine in South Asia
HNUR 490: Topics in Hindi-Urdu Literature and Language

The other course must be chosen from among the following:
ANTH 361: Community in India and South Asia
ARTH/ASIA 153: Introduction to South Asian Art
ARTH/ASIA 266: Art of Early and Medieval India
ARTH/ASIA 273: Arts under the Mughal Dynasty in India
ARTH/ASIA 456: Art and Visual Culture of South Asia
ASIA 59: First-Year Seminar: Media Masala: Popular Music, TV, and the Internet in Modern India and Pakistan
ASIA 61: First-Year Seminar: India through the Lens of Master Filmmakers
ASIA/PWAD 69: First-Year Seminar: Wars and Veterans: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan
ASIA 124: Iranian Post-1979 Cinema
ASIA 126: Introduction to Persian Literature
ASIA/WGST 127: Iranian Women Writers
ASIA 152: Survey of South Asian Cultural History
ASIA 163: Hindi-Urdu Poetry in Performance
ASIA/MUSC 164: Music of South Asia
ASIA 228: Contested Souls: Literature, the Arts, and Religious Identity in Modern India
ASIA 231: Bollywood Cinema
ASIA/CMPL 256: Love in Classical Persian Poetry
ASIA/CMPL 258: Iranian Prison Literature
ASIA/CMPL 261: India Through Western Eyes
ASIA 262: Nation, Film, and Novel in Modern India
ASIA 331/HIST 335/PWAD 331: Cracking India: Partition and Its Legacy in South Asia
ASIA 332: The Story of Rama in India
ASIA 333: The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined
ASIA/RELI 382: The Story of Rama in India–Experiential
ASIA/RELI 383: The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined–Experiential
ASIA 431: Persian Sufi Literature
ASIA 453: Global Shangri-La: Tibet in the Modern World
ASIA 522: The Beauty and the Power of the Classical Indian World
HIST 74: First-Year Seminar: Emperors, Courts, and Consumption: The Mughals of India
HIST/ASIA 135 : South Asian History to 1750
HIST/ASIA 136: South Asian History since 1750
HIST/ASIA 272: Contemporary India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
HIST 331/ASIA 304: Sex, Religion, and Violence: Revolutionary Thought in Modern South Asia
HIST/ASIA 440: Gender in Indian History
HIST 442/ASIA 441: Religion, Coexistence, and Conflict in Medieval India
HIST/ASIA 557: Bandits, Rebels, and Storytellers: Fiction and History in India
HNUR/RELI 592: Religious Conflict and Narrative in India
RELI/ASIA 280: Hindu Gods and Goddesses
RELI 283/ASIA 300: The Buddhist Tradition: India, Nepal, and Tibet
RELI/ASIA 285: The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka
RELI 381: Religions of South Asia
RELI/ASIA/WGST 482: Sex, Gender, and Religion in South Asia
RELI/ASIA 581: Sufism
RELI/ASIA 582: Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia
RELI/ASIA 583: Religion and Culture in Iran, 1500-Present

Placement credit (PL) may not be used to meet minor requirements.