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|HY 420 - History of Modern China|
(3). This course will explore historical themes in modern China from the last decades of the Qing Dynasty through the present including a study of the challenging political and social atmospheres. It will begin by outlining the traditional Chinese worldview and the diplomatic connections that arose from this before discussing the Western challenge and Qing response, China's involvement in the two worlds wards, the communist takeover and life in the one-party state, and finally, China's emergence as a modern superpower.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Hybrid (mostly on-campus), Hybrid (mostly online), In-Person Instruction, Online (asynchronous)
History and Foreign Languages Division