HIST 071 - (CC) China and Japan to 1800Semester Hours: 3
Once a year
A general survey of the histories of Asia during the ancient and medieval periods,
focusing primarily on China, but including consideration of Korea, Japan, India
and Southeast Asia. Investigates major religious, philosophical, cultural, economic
and political developments. Introduces different cultures that helped shape Asia,
and explores interactions among diverse cultures and processes of change. Central
themes include state formation, the family and social systems, gender relations,
class conflict and resistance, and the historical significance of technological
knowledge and religious beliefs.
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