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The Academic Program
     

HIEA 1501 - Introductory Seminar in East Asian History

Introduces the study of history intended for first- or second-year students. Seminars involve reading, discussing, and writing about different historical topics and periods, and emphasize the enhancement of critical and communication skills. Several seminars are offered each term. Not more than two Introductory Seminars may be counted toward the major in history.

War and Memory in Japan

15945 

001

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Robert Stolz

Mo 6:00PM - 8:30PM

New Cabell Hall 432

Students & Change in Mod China

12018  

002

Seminar (3 Units)

Open

0 / 15

Bradly Reed

We 1:00PM - 3:30PM

Nau 142

HIEA 2031 - Modern China: The Road to Revolution

Studies the transformation of Chinese politics, thought, institutions, and foreign relations since the Opium War. Emphasizes the development of modern nationalism and Communism.

19377 

100

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 120

Bradly Reed

MoWe 10:00AM - 10:50AM

Minor Hall 125

19378 

101

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Th 8:30AM - 9:20AM

New Cabell Hall 415

19379 

102

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Th 5:00PM - 5:50PM

Nau 242

19380 

103

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Th 6:00PM - 6:50PM

New Cabell Hall 316

19381 

104

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Fr 8:00AM - 8:50AM

New Cabell Hall 325

19382 

105

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Th 6:00PM - 6:50PM

New Cabell Hall 323

19383 

106

Discussion (3 Units)

Open

0 / 20

Staff

Th 7:00PM - 7:50PM

Nau 242

HIEA 3111 - China to the Tenth Century

Surveys the social, political and economic organization of traditional Chinese society, traditional Chinese foreign policy, and major literary, artistic, and intellectual movements.

10903 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 40

Cong Zhang

MoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PM

Wilson Hall 216

HIEA 3171 - Meiji Japan

This course will examine the rise of the nation-state form in Japan as a new form of historical subjectivity. It will explore in depth the political, economic, social, and cultural changes in the wake of the collapse of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1868 to the start of the Tasiho period in 1912.

19375 

001

Lecture (3 Units)

Open

0 / 30

Robert Stolz

MoWe 2:00PM - 3:15PM

Nau 141

HIEA 4501 - Seminar in East Asian History

This seminar introduces the major issues concerning family and women/gender in pre-modern Chinese history. It will discuss the traditional kinship and family structure, Confucian gender norms, familial relations, social constructions of marriage, and women’s roles in the family. The course will take a combined chronological and thematic approach, with each week focusing on a major topic. Course requirements include active participation in class discussion and a 25 page research paper.  

Family in Imperial China

19376 

001

Seminar (4 Units)

Open

0 / 12

Ellen Zhang

Fr 1:00PM - 3:30PM

New Cabell Hall 432

HIEA 4993 - Independent Study in East Asia

In exceptional circumstances and with the permission of a faculty member any student may undertake a rigorous program of independent study designed to explore a subject not currently being taught or to expand upon regular offerings. Independent Study projects may not be used to replace regularly scheduled classes. Open to majors or non-majors.

10904 

001

Independent Study (1 - 3 Units)

Open

0 / 10

Staff

TBA

TBA