HIS 3765: Family, State and Patriarchy in East Asia (2020-2021)

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This course explores the making of East Asian family, state and patriarchal traditions from the historical perspective. We will introduce the key belief systems, institutions, and historical developments from classical times to 1800 and how they have shaped the fundamental features of East Asia. The course also examines the ways in which the interactions of family and state were expressed similarly and differently in East Asian countries like China, Japan and Korea.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Autumn 12243 5 Zhiguo Ye
M,W,F
Final: M
2:20PM-3:40 PM
2:00PM-4:00 PM
09/14-11/18
11/23-11/23
**Online
**Online
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Restrictions: Freshman students are excluded.
Equivalent: ASIA 3765
Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Ways of Engaging, Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Online
Note: Full Term
Autumn 9307 5 Zhiguo Ye
M
M,W,F
Final: M
2:20PM-3:40 PM
2:20PM-3:40 PM
2:00PM-4:00 PM
09/14-11/18
09/14-11/18
11/23-11/23
Demaray Hall 254
**Online
**Online
-
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Restrictions: Freshman students are excluded.
Equivalent: ASIA 3765
Crosslisted with: ASIA 3765 CRN: 11310
Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Ways of Engaging, Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Blended
Note: Full Term