AP/HIST1030 6.0 A: Imperialism & Nationalism in Modern Asia
ONLN (Fully Online)
Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite
Through examining the broad contours of historical contact and focusing on a series of case studies concerning European imperialism and modern nationalism in Asia, this course introduces students to the primary, secondary, and tertiary sources that form colonial and postcolonial discourses. It also introduces to students historical debates that ground and shape international relations in and on Asia today. Note: LA&PS History majors and minors cannot take this course to satisfy the six credits required at the 1000-level in History for major or minor credit.
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