East Asia Since 1600

East Asia Since 1600

Prefix: 
HIS
Course Number: 
296

What we think of today as East Asia has a long history of both shared culture and separate experiences. In premodern East Asia, cultural contacts led to commonalities including systems of writing and ways of thought such as Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism. In modern times and in becoming nations, China, Japan, and Korea each sought their own identity. The reforms and revolutions that Asia has experienced since 1600 can be viewed both in the context of the region and through the experience of each nation. This is an introductory course in the cultural, social, and political history of East Asia.

Sections

Fall 2017
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
HIS 296-401 3.0 Rm.333 James M Bartek
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