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2019 Fall Term
Dec 11, 2019
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Modern China from the Qing Dynasty to the Present - 84824 - HIST 286 - 01
We consider how the different expansions and decline of the Qing Empire affected the movement of people, as well as the Qing’s dramatic clash with European Imperialism. We explore the socio-political structures and conception of imperial power during the Qing and patterns of semi-colonialism. Simultaneously we pay attention to the formation of influential social movements in China such as nationalist, Marxist and feminist movements. Students familiarize themselves with Chinese intellectuals at the turn of the century and during the New Culture Movement, and in particular with the woman problem. We examine Maoist China, both in its particularities but also embedded in a global context, by considering the global relationship between revolution and modernization in China. We take into account global forces such as Japanese, European Imperialism, Soviet Socialism that have shaped Chinese history, but also the meaning of culture during the Cultural Revolution and post-Mao politics and social life.

Prerequisite(s): 3 credit units of HIST at 100 level or 30 credit units of University.

Associated Term: 2019 Fall Term
Registration Dates: Jun 01, 2019 to Sep 17, 2019
Levels: Undergraduate Level
Attributes: Humanities Program Type, On Campus Student Fees, Tuition - Category 1

U of S -Saskatoon Main Campus Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
Live Face To Face Instructional Method
3.0 Credits

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Undergraduate Level

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Scheduled Meeting Times
Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Capacity Available Instructors
2:30 pm - 3:50 pm TR Archaeology Building 132 Sep 04, 2019 - Dec 05, 2019 Lecture 50 46 Gary Luk (P)E-mail



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