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HIS 3785: The Making of East Asian Modernities
After 1800 the forcible inclusion of East Asia into the capitalist world-system brought momentous changes to the societies of China, Japan and Korea. The course explores the new ideologies that came into being as a result of East Asia's adaptations of the imported meta-narratives of race, nation, revolution, socialism, development, progress, technology, science, Christianity, and many others. The course also looks at the interactions within East Asia and relationship between globalization and rapid economic growth.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Spring 46240 5 Zhiguo Ye
Final: Tu
Demaray Hall 259
Demaray Hall 259
25 open seats Add to Outlook
Attributes: Social Science B, Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging

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